by theorganicbunny on
October 23, 2018

Iced Matcha Green Tea Macadamia Nut Milk Latte

Move over almond lattes, there is a new nut milk in town and get excited because it’s both delicious and packed full of beneficial fatty acids to keep you both satisfied and healthy! I have heard of using Macadamia Nut milk before but it wasn’t until Jena from Agent Nateur did a story on macadamia nuts being less inflammatory than almonds on the body that I decided to really give it a try. Besides being a great option for anyone with peanut, soy or almond allergies, Macadamia nuts have lower Omega-6 fats which means you are getting a higher-quality source of fat than other nuts, all with a much lower risk of inflammation. Oh, and! You do not have to rinse or strain these which is a major win for us lazies.

Because I do best with simple and to the point information, in a nutshell, here is why I wanted to give macadamia nut milk a try and maybe you will too! To see which appliances were used, I also added a few links to the exact ones we own.

Benefits of Macadamia Nuts-

How to Make Organic Macadamia Nut Milk-

  1. Take 1/2 cup of Organic, Raw Macadamia nuts and add them to your blender.
  2. Add in 1 to 1 1/2 cups of filtered water to blender.
  3. Adjust water to your needs. Less water = more creamy, More water= milkier!
  4. Blend.

Optional Add-Ons-

Iced Matcha Green Tea Macadamia Nut Milk Latte-

  1. Now that you have your milk made, all you do is add in your Organic Matcha!
  2. My favorite brand is Matcha Ninja as it is whisk-free, Organic, tested for heavy metals and has no bitter taste, super delicious!
  3. Take 8-10 ounces of Organic Macadamia Nut Milk and 1 serving of Matcha Ninja, blend!
  4. Pour over fat ice cubes to ensure it’s super icy!
  5. Pop in your rose gold stainless steel straw and enjoy!

So, there you have it! A lower inflammatory easy to make milk and a clean source of caffeine all in one! Just remember, you can play around with the ratios to get it exactly right. At first, mine was too plain so I added in a bit more maple syrup and a few more dashes of cinnamon and slowly sipped until it was just right! I will work on updating the ratios once I have found my perfect mix.

xo


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