Matcha Tea Latte with Cashew Milk Recipe

Matcha, the major industry trend, is here to stay! With benefits including a sustained energy boost, loads of antioxidants, a “calm-alertness” thanks to an amino acid called L-Theanine, increased metabolism, and a caffeine hit without the jittery after-effect, Matcha will be your go-to ingredient this fall and holiday season. Today’s guest-post recipe is courtesy of HUROM.

Matcha Tea Latte with Cashew Milk Recipe

Matcha Tea Latte with Cashew Milk Recipe

1 cup Raw cashew nuts
1 teaspoon Matcha tea powder

Soak raw cashew nuts in a bowl of water overnight or for 6-8 hours. Put together the HUROM juicer’s top set with a fine strainer. Close the juice cap, and close the pulp control lever. Add soaked cashew nuts and filtered water at 1:1 ratio to the juicer. Extract silky cashew milk. Whisk Matcha powder in a bowl of hot water (1/2 cup) to make Matcha paste. Add freshly made cashew milk to your Matcha paste. Serve cold or hot. Enjoy!

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  1. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I have never made my own nut milk. I think i would enjoy trying to do it and taste it. This would be one of the first recipe I would try.

  2. Cathy Jarolin says:

    This was really an interesting Recipe. I never heard of Matcha before.. I also never seen Cashews Juiced in a Juicer before either~ lol~ You learn something new every day.. Thank You for Sharing your recipe..

  3. I’m making this, but I’m cheating and using Cashew Milk from the store – it’s still really good!

  4. I have been hearing a lot about Matcha lately and I have been wanting to give it a try. Maybe I will try it for the first time like this! Thanks for the idea!

  5. Thats interesting, I havent heard of a juicer doing that. I figured this would start with cashew milk it didnt- it started with juicing the cashews. I didnt even know you could do that with cashews! Looks like an interesting drink although I also have to admit to never having had nor seen that tea powder.