Iced Matcha Tea Recipe – Baby Brezza
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Iced Matcha Tea Recipe

It’s not just tea time– it’s matcha, baby! This matcha tea mixer is a sweet, creamy, and refreshing treat for parents and kids to enjoy on warm days, or for parents to get their day started. In terms of matcha tea recipes, this one is super simple, saving you time and money by requiring 3 simple ingredients that can be mixed and ready in no time at all. Brew up a batch of Iced Matcha Tea with our Baby Brezza ®One Step Formula Mixer to perfection for a great coffee alternative for Mom and Dad. Our mixer is perfect for adult caffeinated drinks like this one and so much more!


  • 28 oz milk of choice
  • 2.5 tsp matcha powder
  • 4 tsp sugar


  1. Add the milk, matcha powder, and sugar to the mixer.
  2. Press the start button. Mix for 30 seconds.
  3. Serve over ice and enjoy!

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Can Babies Drink Matcha Tea?

Unfortunately, no– baby matcha drinks are not recommended due to their caffeine levels. As many parents probably know, caffeine increases the natural heart rate, which can pose an unnecessary risk to your growing little one. However, the One Step Formula Mixer is the perfect tool to get Mom and Dad their daily dose of caffeine, making it useful between feeding times, or once baby has aged out of formula feeding. This iced matcha tea comes together quickly, and makes for a delicious alternative to coffee.

Is Cold Matcha Tea Better Than Hot Matcha?

This largely comes down to personal preference– but it’s important to note that the nutrients found within matcha tea recipes are preserved even after heating, so the choice is yours! You’ll still get plenty of calcium, magnesium, iron, and potassium– as well as your daily caffeine boost– no matter how you like to drink your matcha tea. We prefer matcha iced tea for those warmer summer days, but don’t hesitate to try a warm mug, either!

How Long Does Matcha Tea Last in the Fridge?

First and foremost, it’s important to note that matcha tea powder itself is considered non-perishable as long as your tin hasn’t been opened yet. Once you’ve opened it, you should consider storing the tin itself in the refrigerator for ultimate freshness. After you’ve brewed up a delicious batch of cold matcha tea, make sure to also keep your pitcher or glass in the fridge for safekeeping– especially if your matcha tea mixer includes milk, like in our recipe above! Then, use the same storage rules as you would for anything containing milk– it’ll typically be safe for about a week.


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