Oatly Matcha Latte Recipe

Oatly Matcha Latte

I’m going to show you how to make an Oatly matcha latte! I made this Oatly matcha latte recipe using 3 simple ingredients, matcha, Oatly barista blend, & monk fruit sugar. It’s that easy to make & enjoy in 3 minutes!

Enjoying an Oatly matcha latte is the perfect way to start your morning and get a good steady caffeine boost. Not to mention, this matcha latte recipe is packed with flavour and health benefits!

Oatly Matcha Latte

Oatly Matcha Latte Ingredients

We like to use simple easy ingredients here that you can find at most grocery stores. However, depending on where you live, Oatly’s barista blend might not be available yet and if that’s the case than you can sub that out for whichever barista blend you can find!

  • Oatly barista blend (or available barista blend )
  • Matcha
  • Monkfruit sugar (or sweetener of choice)

Monk fruit sugar is a 100% natural, zero calorie sugar replacement that we love to use. It’s widely available at most major grocery stores where I live in the North of Canada so I’m assuming it’s available most places lol. If you don’t have access to it though you can simply use your sweetener of choice.

Vegan Matcha Latte

How To Make Oatly Matcha Latte

Mornings can be rough, but an Oatly Matcha Latte makes it much more enjoyable.

  1. To start, add a small amount of water to the kettle and turn it on. Pour your matcha powder into a cup.
  2. While you wait for the water to boil, froth your Oatly using whatever frothing method you have available. We used our steam wand on our espresso machine, but if you have a frothing wand or a french press it works as well.
  3. Pour one tablespoon of water in the cup with the matcha and whisk vigorously to ensure there are no clumps. This is where a matcha whisk comes into play. It’s not vital to the recipe but it has more bristles so it makes it easier to get all the clumps out. You can use a regular whisk and just whisk for longer.
  4. Pour in the frothed Oatly on top.
  5. Stir in your monk fruit sugar or sweetener of choice.
  6. You can sprinkle a little bit of matcha on top to make it aesthetically pleasing if you’re trying to impress somebody as well!
  7. Serve & enjoy!

See there’s really not much to this Oatly matcha latte recipe, so even your sleep/caffeine deprived self will be able to make this first thing in the morning!

Kitchen Equipment I used for recipe:

  • Matcha whisk and spoon – Now certainly you don’t absolutely need these two items for this recipe, a normal spoon and whisk will suffice. But to make the matcha as authentic as possible I recommend using the whisk. It has a lot more bristles than a normal whisk which really helps get all the clumps out better than a normal whisk.
  • Electric kettle with cork handle – If you’ve never owned an electric kettle before I highly recommend looking into them. They cut the boil time at least by half if not more, they’re a true game-changer especially if you’re an avid tea drinker. They’re also relatively inexpensive. I like this one a lot because it has a long spot making it easier to pour and a nice cork handle.
Oatly Matcha Latte Recipe

Oatly Matcha Latte

John Rush
We made this Oatly matcha latte using matcha, Oatly barista blend, & monk fruit sugar that's ready to enjoy in 3 minutes!
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time 1 min
Cook Time 2 mins
Total Time 3 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 1 person

Equipment

  • Kettle
  • Matcha whisk (or regular whisk)

Ingredients
  

  • 1 tsp Matcha powder
  • 1 cup Oatly Barista Blend
  • 1 tbsp Monkfruit Sugar or sweetener of choice
  • 1 tbsp Water boiling

Instructions
 

  • Add minimum amount to the kettle and turn on.
  • Put matcha powder in a cup.
  • While you wait for the water to boil, froth your Oatly using whatever frothing method you have available.
  • Pour one tablespoon of water in the cup with the matcha and whisk vigorously to ensure there are no clumps.
  • Pour in the frothed Oatly on top.
  • Stir in your monk fruit sugar or sweetener of choice.
  • Serve and enjoy!
Keyword latte, matcha, matcha latte, oatly, oatly matcha latte
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Nutrition Facts for Oatly Matcha Latte

The nutrition information presented here is for all of the ingredients. I take all of the nutritional information from Cronometer a nutritional tracker website that provides you with a lot of great information, especially regarding micronutrients!

Nutrition Facts

1 servings per container

Serving Size1 g


  • Amount Per ServingCalories145
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 7g 11%
    • Sodium 100mg 5%
    • Potassium 390mg 12%
    • Total Carbohydrate 14g 5%
      • Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
      • Sugars 7g
    • Protein 4g 8%

    • Vitamin A 17%
    • Vitamin C 1%
    • Calcium 35%
    • Iron 8%
    • Vitamin D 24%
    • Riboflavin 46%
    • Vitamin B12 50%
    • Phosphorus 38%

    * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

    Matcha provides a whole host of benefits, most of which lay outside of the macronutrient profile.

    Matcha typically has more caffeine than regular green tea but slightly less than coffee. This makes sense because matcha is a more concentrated blend of green tea.

    One of the good things about the caffeine in matcha is it has a prolonged uptake and come down as opposed to the spike and crash of coffee or espresso. This allows you to enjoy the benefits of caffeine for longer without it overwhelming your body and causing you to become anxious or get jitters.

    Obviously every person is different and caffeine effects everyone differently, you know yourself best so just not that there is caffeine in matcha.

    Matcha is also packed with antioxidants, which help your body fight free radicals and disease!

    We like to use monk fruit sugar as our sweetener of choice for many different reasons. We’ve written about it more in-depth in a couple of other blog posts but will reiterate some of the benefits here.

    Monk fruit sugar is 100% natural coming from a fruit and it is zero calories which is a bonus, especially if you like to drink 4 lattes a day like me lol.

    Monk fruit also has the same taste and dissolubility as sugar, so theres no weird after taste or anything like that and it can be used exactly like regular sugar.

    Oatly Matcha Lattes

    Commonly Asked Matcha Latte Questions

    What is in a matcha latte?

    In our matcha latte recipe, there are only three ingredients; Oatly barista blend, matcha powder, and monk fruit sugar. Anything else is just extra. Matcha lattes are extremely simple!

    Are matcha lattes good for you?

    Matcha has a ton of health benefits including, packed with antioxidants, having a steady boost of caffeine and many more. One thing to watch out for though with matcha lattes is the milk and sugar part. Matcha itself is very good for you, but milk and sugar can add a lot of calories to your day without really adding much nutritional value.


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    7 Comments

    1. 5 stars
      This is such a simple recipe but it’s one of the best I’ve found! You’re right though the quality of matcha powder definitely matters..

    2. 5 stars
      This is the best way to wake up in the morning. Especially since I’m trying to stop drinking so much coffee

    3. 5 stars
      *chefs kiss* so easy and makes me feel fancy like I have my life together. Thank you this is great.

    4. 5 stars
      Love oatly with matcha! This was a perfect start to my morning today thanks for the recipe

    5. 5 stars
      Omg this recipe was so simple and so good! We don’t have oatly where we are yet so I just used another oat barista blend blend it was unreal!

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