matcha latte

Naturally Sweetened Matcha Latte Recipe (dairy free option)

This recipe for a matcha latte is enjoyably sweet and creamy without any sugar with option for your choice of dairy or nondairy milk. Has detox benefits from the chlorophyll in the green tea powder with no jitters from the slow caffeine release.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 cup
Calories 105 kcal
Author Sarah Pope MGA




  1. Add 1 teaspoon matcha powder to a large mug.

    matcha powder
  2. Pour in hot water and stir to mix well.

    matcha blended with hot water
  3. Pour milk into a small pan and heat on medium-high.

    heating milk in pan
  4. While milk is heating on the stove, stir the date syrup into the mug with matcha tea blended with hot water.

    date syrup in matcha latte
  5. When the milk is hot and starts to foam, add to a half pint mason jar, screw on the lid and shake vigorously to add additional froth. Alternatively, you can whisk the hot milk in the pan to add more foam.

  6. Pour frothing milk into the mug and stir briefly.

    froth milk added to matcha latte
  7. Spinkle a pinch of matcha powder on the top of the latte and serve immediately.

    green tea powder on top of matcha latte

Recipe Notes

Use coconut milk if you want a dairy free latte. Using additive free whole coconut milk powder is an easy way to make just 1/2 cup quickly for a latte!

If using raw grassfed milk, be sure to heat no higher than 118 F/ 48 C in order to preserve the probiotics and beneficial enzymes!

If using almond milk, I recommend the plain bottled brands in the refrigerated section of the healthfood store with no chemicals, synthetic vitamins or sugar added. Do not use almond milk in cartons. The linked article explains why.

Making your own is also a great idea. I use these recipes for homemade milk substitutes.

Do not EVER use soy milk to make a latte.

Nutrition Facts
Naturally Sweetened Matcha Latte Recipe (dairy free option)
Amount Per Serving (1 cup)
Calories 105 Calories from Fat 36
% Daily Value*
Fat 4g6%
Carbohydrates 13g4%
Protein 4g8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.