Sweet summery drinks perfection! The perfect summer drink is a latte with matcha and oat milk flavored with blueberry syrup. Yum!
How to Make Blueberry Matcha Latte
Blueberry Syrup: How to Make it
Put frozen blueberries in a jar with sugar. Wait a few hours.
Mix all the ingredients and enjoy this delicious blueberry syrup.
You can speed up the process by adding a little water or microwaving the jar to start melting the blueberries. You can mash the blueberries to release juices. As it mixes with sugar, it will create a syrup.
Match your match
I mix my matcha powder with warm water in a jar. I use the Jade Leaf Matcha Latte Mix.
Add Your Milk Of Choice
Pour your matcha (or other milk) into a glass. Pour the oat milk over a teaspoon if you do not want to mix it yet.
Add Blueberry Syrup
Pour this beautiful syrup on top.
- 1 – 2 The following are the ingredients of tablespoons: Matcha of Choice – Unsweetened matcha is also great if you prefer it to be less sweet.
- 1/4 Hot water
- 1/2 You can also find out more about the following: 3/4 oat milk
- 1 1/2 frozen blueberries
- 1/3 Sugar
- Three tablespoons of Warm water
- To make blueberry syrup, place blueberries into a large glass jar and add sugar and water. Do this a few hours in advance. Let the sugar and water rest in the fridge for at least 4-6 hours or even overnight. This will allow the blueberries to release some juices. After it has rested, stir it, and you can add more water to make it sweeter. You can also muddle blueberries to speed this process up, or melt them in the microwave and then use the juices from the thawed berries. Here, we’re looking for a rich purple “syrup,” nothing fancy.
- To make matcha: Warm the water in a small container with a lid. Add the matcha, cover, and shake until smooth.
- Pour the milk into a large glass. Fill it with ice. Pour the matcha on top of the ice and add the oat milk. Pour the oat milk over the backside of a teaspoon to create distinct color layers.
- Finish off with blueberry sauce: Pour a teaspoon or two of blueberry juice into the glass and let it settle to the bottom. (You can add more or less, depending on your taste. I like to use this amount because it gives the drink a blueberry taste without being too sweet. The layers of green and purple are beautiful! Just before serving, stir it to bring out the blueberry flavors!