Matcha Green Tea Popsicles in a bowl with matcha tea tin
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Creamy Matcha Green Tea Popsicles Recipe

Cool down during the hot summer weather with these creamy Matcha Green Tea Popsicles Recipe, a sweet and refreshing treat, especially when you need a boost of energy.

Matcha green tea has anti-inflammatory properties and is packed with antioxidants. As such, it is recommended for everyone since it is known to boost metabolism, as well as energy levels. In the summer, there are many ways you can incorporate matcha into your diet to keep you refreshed while detoxifying your body.

Beyond matcha lattes, matcha lemonades, and matcha ice cream, we have prepared the perfect summertime treat that transforms a matcha latte into a smooth and creamy matcha green tea popsicle! Although we made these using our ceremonial grade Otome Matcha, you can use any matcha powder of your choice. 


Matcha Green Tea Popsicles in a bowl with matcha tea tin

Creamy Matcha Green Tea Popsicles Recipe

Total Time: 15 mins + 2 hours freezing time

Total Serving: 4 popsicles


  • 1 cup of oat milk/almond milk/coconut milk / whole milk
  • 2 tsp or 4g matcha powder
  • 3 tbsp condensed milk/honey/sweetener of choice

Making Matcha Ice Pops:

  1. First, add your choice of milk to a large bowl.
  2. Measure out 2 tsp of matcha powder and sift into the bowl. We recommend sifting the matcha powder into the milk to avoid clumps for a smoother consistency and bolder flavor. Feel free to add more matcha powder if you want a stronger matcha flavor!
  3. Then, add in your sweetener of choice. We recommend using at least 3 tbsp of sweetener. However, feel free to adjust to your taste preference.
  4. Next, using a regular whisk, mix all ingredients together until the consistency is smooth and there are no clumps of matcha or sweetener.
  5. Finally, pour the mixture into your popsicle molds.
  6. Lastly, place it into your freezer on a flat surface and freeze for 2-3 hours. Enjoy your homemade matcha popsicles!


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