Matcha Cold Foam
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Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- Matcha Cold Foam comes together in just a few minutes and really elevates your morning matcha!
- This dairy free version is made with just four simple ingredients.
- It’s sweet, thick and so delicious.
- Enjoy this matcha cold foam on top of matcha, coffee or chai!
- Although this is a dairy free version, you can make it with dairy as well.
- If you loved this one, be sure to check out my Pumpkin Cream Cold Foam.
Ingredients And Substitutions
These are the main ingredients and substitutions for Matcha Cold Foam. Scroll down to the recipe card for a full list of ingredients and instructions.
To keep this recipe dairy free I used Country Crock plant cream, but if you aren’t dairy free you can use heavy cream.
To sweeten the foam up, add in a touch of maple syrup but you can also use agave or even honey if you don’t mind the taste.
Vanilla extract adds a lovely flavor, but it’s optional.
And then of course, make sure to use a ceremonial grade matcha powder. I like the one from Pique Tea, Art of Tea, or Jade Leaf.
How To Make
ONE: Add all ingredients into a bowl or deep dish and then use an electric whisk to fully combine all the ingredients.
TWO: Pour over your favorite beverage and enjoy!
Tips And Tricks
Use an electric whisk to combine all the ingredients.
If you don’t have an electric whisk, you can also use a hand whisk but you’ll need to whip vigorously for a few minutes.
How To Serve And Store
Serve this Matcha Cold Foam on top of a Matcha Latte, Cold Brew, Latte or Chai.
Since this is a single serve version, there won’t be any leftovers to store. However, you can triple the recipe and store it in an airtight container and just throw it on top of your beverage in the morning.
Taste And Texture
This Matcha Cold Foam is sweet, fluffy and thick. It has a slightly undertone earthy flavor but is sweetened up with maple syrup.
Frequently Asked Questions
Totally! Just double or triple the recipe and then keep the cold foam stored in an airtight container in the fridge.
I like it on a Matcha Latte, but it tastes good on cold brew or chai too.
Other Recipes You May Like
- Starbucks Pumpkin Cold Foam
- Matcha Margarita
- Matcha Brownies
- Vegan Matcha Cookies
- Truffles with Matcha