CBD Matcha Latte

Besides looking totally Insta-worthy, this CBD Matcha Latte is a delicious drink full of antioxidants and whatever ratio fits your personal needs. We have to admit, we cheated a little because we’re loving this matcha latte mix from Lakanto that blends master-grade green tea with monk fruit sweetener. It’s vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, and packed with probiotics. It couldn’t get any healthier and it’s delicious. If you’re a purist, we recommend looking for ceremonial-grade matcha powder. It has a smooth taste, nice feel in your mouth, and it’s less bitter than ingredient-grade matcha.

CBD Matcha Latte

Ingredients:

  • 8 oz Milk or Milk Substitute (we used almond milk). Extra if you’d like to froth some extra milk for the top.
  • Care By Design Sublingual Drops
  • 2 tsp Lakanto Matcha Latte Powder (or) 1 tsp Ceremonial-Grade Matcha
  • Sweetener of your choice if you’re using Ceremonial-Grade Matcha

Directions:

  1. Heat milk of choice to just below boiling.
  2. Add CBD, matcha, and sweetener (if needed) to warmed milk in your mug and use frother to mix it well. You can also blend if you don’t have a handheld frother.
  3. Froth extra milk (we used this machine) and carefully pour it into your mug.
  4. Now, you can either sit back and enjoy your latte; or, if you want to make your own Instagramable latte, we picked up this stencil from Amazon and sprinkled matcha over the stencil.

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