Iced Café Matcha-Cino

When the siren song of coffee calls, you can shake things up (or blend them) and make that call a healthy one!

There are times when coffee calls my name. It’s the smell, the ritual of grinding beans, and inhaling the aroma with sheer joy. I go through phases where I relish in the process of making and sipping coffee. It’s not the caffeine I love – it’s the bitter, bold, dark taste that has such a personality. Perfection! I prefer it black Americano style with only an occasional cappuccino or soy latte when I want a longer lasting beverage. Adding the Sunwarrior Supergreens and matcha tea is the perfect pick me up after lunch. While going out for coffee may be fun on occasion, it’s nice to know you can make an equally impressive frosty latte at home. 


Iced Café Matcha-Cino

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  • 1 cup coconut, soy, or almond milk
  • 1 cup chilled espresso strength coffee
  • 1 teaspoon Sunwarrior Supergreens
  • 1 teaspoon matcha powder
  • ¾ to 1 cup crushed ice

Garnish: Cacao powder, ground coffee, cinnamon, chili flakes


1. Measure all of the ingredients into the blender, pulse to chop the ice then blend on high speed to create a smooth, thick and frothy consistency. Pour into tall glasses, sprinkle with desired garnishes and sip slowly - preferably outside on your patio or in the park.


A few teaspoons of Sunwarrior protein powder makes for a creamier concoction and a tbsp of raw cacao powder is perfect for any chocolate cravings.

Add stevia or Lakanto if you need an additional touch of sweetness.

No high-speed blender? That’s ok – you can shake the greens into your coffee and pour over ice with the milk of your choice.


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