5 Recipe Ideas for Matcha Tea

5 Recipe Ideas for Matcha Tea

Making your own matcha tea is quite easy, and if you don’t want to go to the store and buy a packet of ready-made tea, then you can easily make your own. Making your own food just seems like a better choice in general, and you can save money by not having to buy pre-made meals every once in a while. Here are a few ideas on how you can make your own matcha tea.

5. Make Your Own Powder

It takes a while to get used to brewing your tea with powder, but once you do it, you won’t have to buy packets ofready made tea ever again. After cooking down some water, let it sit out for a while so that the heat from the hot water can cook the sugar into the spices that you need it to be. Then put all of the spices except for the vanilla into a jar or bowl and pour the hot water on top of them until everything is well mixed. Leave it for about ten minutes and then whisk until all of the ingredients are mixed well. Add in the vanilla pod and optional sweetener and leave it for another few minutes until it becomes foamy. Strain out the seeds from the vanilla pod afterwards if you chose to use that method of flavoring your tea. You now have yourself an entire pitcher (or bowl) worth ofmatcha tea flavoring!

4. Add Fresh Fruit

Fruit isn’t exactly what comes to mind when you think about drinking tea, but trust me when I say that it works incredibly well with this flavor combination. Adding fresh fruit to matcha tea gives it a really nice taste that isn’t too overpowering and still allows you to taste the flavour ofthe Tea. Depending on what kind of fruit you choose, you can get different flavours out ofit, so don’t be afraid to experiment! Some fruits work great together, such as pineapple and mango, so don’t be afraid to try things out!

3. Use Honey or agave nectar

If you want to give yourself or someone else a little bit sweet treat every once in a while, then using honey or agave nectar is a great way to add onto the flavour ofyour favourite tea. Both options will give your drink some sweetness, kick aside needing milk or cream added to it, and both options are entirely gluten free if they contain honey or agave nectar. If you choose to use honey, be aware that there is sodium in honey (about 0.14%%), so avoid foods containing high levels of sodium before drinking honey-flavoured tea. If you choose to use agave nectar, be aware that there is Fructose in agave nectar (about 16 g per 100 g), which may cause some people intestinal problems at relatively high concentrations).

2 . Add Black Coffee

Black coffee pairs very well with matcha green Tea; adding some after pouring each other’s drinks gives them both an extra boost and makes for a delicious cup of coffee combined with a healthy dose of caffeine! Try adding black coffee grounds to enhance the experience!

1 . Use More Milk or Cream

Milk and cream are an essential part whether something tastes good or not; adding more milk or cream helps certain drinks taste better while also making sure that there is plenty of liquid in your cup regardless of whether you want less liquid or more liquid in your cup

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