Matcha Milkshakes

Matcha Milkshakes /

In case you haven’t noticed, I sort of have a thing for matcha. I know it’s SO trendy… but I personally think it’s exciting to see really great healthy foods become insanely popular. Everyone’s drinking matcha lattes and matcha mochas these days – but now that it’s almost summer, here’s a really simple ice cream treat.

This one’s really more of an idea than a “recipe.” I didn’t even bother breaking out the blender to make these milkshakes because in the spirit of our “grab and go” monthly series with Almond Breeze, I wanted to make these simple enough to shake and run.

Matcha Milkshakes /

Mix a little almond milk and matcha until it’s well combined (you can use a regular whisk if you don’t have a cute match whisk). Add it to a jar with a scoop or two of ice cream. Shake it and stir it until it gets a little melty and enjoy!

Matcha Milkshakes /

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Matcha Milkshakes {vegan}
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Recipe type: dessert
Serves: 1 shake
  • ¼ cup Almond Breeze Almondmilk Original
  • 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon unsweetened matcha*
  • 1-2 scoops vanilla ice cream (I used vegan coconut ice cream here, but use whatever you like).
  1. In a small bowl whisk your almond milk and matcha together. (Tip: If your matcha is lumpy, strain it with a tea strainer).
  2. Pour your "matcha milk" into a jar, add ice cream. Shake. Let it soften a bit. Stir and enjoy!


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  1. Victoria from on said:

    As simple as this recipe is, I would have never thought of doing it like that! Thumbs up!!!

  2. Absolutely stunning! I’ve been wanting to use matcha for so long now and this is sending me over the edge!

  3. Tania from on said:

    thank you for the great idea, I’m also a matcha fan and loves to drink green tea latte since I don’t drink coffee. It looks so yummy!

  4. You DO have a thing for matcha. This looks gorgeous…and delicious! 🙂

  5. Tom Ryan on said:

    Hi, we don’t have Matcha in Ireland. It looks super. Got to get some.
    Tom ryan

  6. Paulina from on said:

    Przymierzam się już od jakiegoś czasu do takiego milkshake’a z matchą. Bardzo mi się podoba ten pomysł 🙂

  7. June @ How to Philosophize with Cake on said:

    Trendy or not, matcha is awesome! I just love the color, especially in baked goods. These milkshakes sound great 🙂

  8. Buffy from on said:

    Yum, love your recipes Jeanine, and love matcha! Oh and your photography is pretty darn gorgeous too. x Buffy

  9. This looks amazing – definitely trying it out in the warmer weather!

  10. Joanna from on said:

    Well, if there is a matcha mad people club- count me in! I’m adding matcha to anything I can these days! And I’ve just prepared one of matcha smoothies too!

  11. Juju Sprinkles from on said:

    This is probably my favorite drink for the summer season! Matcha and vanilla are made for each other =) If you add some sweet azuki to it, it will add a nice texture for sipping!

    Juju Sprinkles

  12. Amy from on said:

    Sounds absolutely delicious! I’ll share this with the cooking and food fanatics on and they can make this together

  13. I love using almond milk for all my smoothies and shakes! This matcha shake sounds delicious 🙂 thanks for sharing!

  14. Yum!! I love milkshakes and I love matcha so this is definitely something I’m dying to try!

  15. Your recipe is timely. I just discovered matcha and am anxious to learn new ways to enjoy it besides in smoothies. This sounds fabulous! Thank you, Jeanine!

    • jeanine from on said:

      So glad! Let me know if you give them a try 🙂

  16. I LOVE your love affair with matcha because I’ve got one too:) I’ve been talking about these matcha milkshakes for two weeks straight. “Did you see her matcha milkshakes?!” You are my hero.

    • jeanine from on said:

      Ha, thanks Sarah 🙂

  17. andy from on said:

    one of the best recipes i tried with matcha! thanks a lot and thumbs up for your pictures. love them!

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