| Marie R

Soothing & Anti-inflammatory Matcha Ginger Milk Tea

We all know that Matcha is packed with anti-inflammatory antioxidants, topping the charts with a whopping count of 1384 ORAC per gram! Ginger is also renowned for its amazing anti-inflammatory properties. So, why not combine these two superfoods into one delicious creamy drink!


I love to drink this Matcha ginger tea whenever I have a headache as its warmth and sweet taste soothes my head! But of course, it is too delicious to pass up having it for any opportunity!


Let’s check it out!

 



Prep time: 5 Minutes

Cook time: 5 Minutes

Yields: 1 Cup of Tea


Ingredients:


  1. MariMatcha Matcha Green tea Powder... 1/2 tbsp
  2. Milk Of Your Choice*... 1 cup
  3. Sliced Ginger... 3 tbsps
  4. Honey... 1 tbsp

*I used almond milk!


Directions:


  1. In a pan, heat up the milk, ginger, and honey until it begins to bubble.
  2. Pour the milk and ginger into a blender. Add in the MariMatcha Matcha Green tea Powder and blend until frothy.
  3. Pour the Matcha ginger milk tea into a cup through a strainer.
  4. Enjoy the anti-inflammatory and anti-aging health benefits and sweet floral and ginger taste!


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Tags: Ginger, Tea

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