Get ready to upgrade your matcha latte with a smooth and creamy matcha oatmeal latte! With just the right amount of nutritious oats and the pleasure of a tasty matcha latte, these two usually separate breakfast items come together for the perfect breakfast beverage and meal. Make this in under ten minutes!
This recipe is inspired by the Quaker Oats Vanilla Oatmeal Latte recipe.
🌟Why you'll love this recipe
🧾Ingredients in this recipe
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👩🍳How to Make This Recipe
Classic oatmeal lattes have a shot of espresso in them, and the taste of oats and coffee go well together.
The main types of oats you'll see most often.
Rolled oats - steamed and flattened oats, mostly used for oatmeal, granola, and baking.
Steel-cut oats - chopped oats with a nuttier texture and longer cooking time. I use them in my savory miso oatmeal
Instant oats - these are pre-cooked and dried so you can make them quickly just by adding hot water.
Matcha powder is made of dried and finely ground green tea leaves. Enjoy it in a simple matcha latte!
Starbucks has many cool drinks made with oat milk and oat flavoring, but I haven't seen any in the U.S. that have oatmeal lattes!
I have plenty more matcha recipes for you to fall in love with, but here are some of my favorites!f
Matcha Oatmeal Latte
- 2 teaspoon matcha powder culinary grade*
- 2 ¼ cups milk non-dairy or dairy
- 1 cup rolled oats old fashioned oats
- 1 pinch salt optional, see notes**
- 2 tablespoon brown sugar optional, or other sweetener***
- Mix 1.5 cups of milk and a pinch of salt in a saucepan over medium heat. Bring milk to a low boil.
- Add oats to milk and simmer together for 3-5 minutes. The oats will absorb the milk.
- In the meantime, whisk 3-4 tablespoon of water into the matcha powder. You can sift the matcha into the bowl to help remove clumps. Set aside.
- Froth the remaining ¾ cups of milk. Gently stir it into the oatmeal with the brown sugar and remove it from the heat.
- Pour in the double shot of whisked matcha, stir to gently mix, and split into two mugs or cups of your choice.