I love everything with a green tea taste. I used to think that taking the green tea option was a healthier choice over chocolate flavors. Which in the end is not quite true as both has sugars, when store bought, in cookies or lattes. But when making it yourself it changes everything. You can control the (natural!) sugar amount, make it dairy or non dairy, the amount of green tea etc. I opt for an soy milk style, especially since I’m a proud owner of the Hurom slow juicer, I love to juice beans and all sorts of nuts like almond and cashews. So it was a no brainer to make this healthy comforting Green Tea Soy Latte. You can find my Green Tea cookies recipe here for more Green Tea inspirations. And read all about the food facts on this magic green powder here.

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Green Tea Soy Latte

  • 2 cups dry organic soybeans
  • 4-6 cups of filtered water
  • 1 tablespoon green tea powder
  • 2 sachets of stevia or any kind of natural sugars (palm, coconut, maple, agave..)

Soak 2 cups of soybeans overnight. Drain and rinse soybeans and cook the beans until it’s cooked and soften a little bit. Transfer the cooked soybeans in the Hurom slow juicer together with 4 cups or more of filtered water. The result is a nice homemade fresh soybean milk. Depending on how much water you add during the process, the milk is either thick or more watery. Mix it with stevia, palm sugar, raw honey or agave syrup to sweeten things up and add the green tea powder for an amazing taste and color. Can keep in the refrigerator for max. 2 days. Enjoy!