Tasting a green tea frappuccino is a delectable, vitality boosting treat – however in the event that you're getting one at a bistro consistently, the costs can add up quick. Mystik Matcha went up against the test to make a more moderate option, and we succeeded. Our green tea frappuccino has a similar awesome taste, frothy mouthfeel, and icey goodness as the Starbucks version. Give it a shot and find your new everyday ritual.
Yield Makes one serving
Fill blender with your desired amount of ice. Start with the recommended amount, and then add more if you desire. But don’t go overboard – if you add too much ice, not only will you get a bit of brain freeze, the mix may not fit in your cup and will be a bit be harder for you to enjoy your frappuccino!
Pour in the whole milk, or your desired alternative (we use unsweetened coconut milk). Starbucks uses whole milk in their recipe.
Add the cane sugar. You can also use sugar alternatives (we use agave), but it may ultimately affect the taste.
Add the Mystik Matcha Premium Culinary Grade Powder. A common misconception about the green tea frappuccino is that it uses brewed green tea – not so. Matcha green tea provides more health benefits than your average brewed green tea, and it doesn’t contain any extra chemicals and additives.
Add the vanilla extract (we use Mexican vanilla extract, which has a deeper, sweeter taste than plain vanilla extract). Starbucks uses vanilla syrup in their recipe, but vanilla extract achieves the same sweet taste without the extra calories and sugar.
Mix everything in a blender for 30 to 45 seconds, or until you do not hear ice being chipped any more.
Pour into your favorite cup. If desired, top with whipped cream. Enjoy!
Similarly as with any matcha drink, set aside some time for yourself and enjoy your creation. Matcha can have a fundamental influence to your every day custom, and can enable you to loosen up stressful moments.
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