We love everything about matcha and banana smoothie bowl: the ingredients, the ice-cream taste, the texture, the colour and the health benefits. And it looks instagrammable as well. Not to forget, it makes for the perfect breakfast option. If you love green tea as much as we do, you are sure to love this healthy smoothie bowl.
Matcha has traditionally been consumed as part of Japanese tea ceremonies for centuries, but it has now become widely known as a superfood used in smoothies, desserts, snacks, and more. It contains 137 times more antioxidants than brewed green tea (like, whoa). Which obviously makes it a top pick for fitness enthusiasts. But the benefits of matcha are not limited to improving metabolism. It also enhances mood, calms your brain, and improves your energy levels. It is also packed with vitamins and minerals that can help detoxify, enhance wellbeing and overall brain function.
Well, this ingredient is packed with more health benefits. And when we talk about matcha smoothies, it’s one of the healthiest matcha recipes we’ve seen around. It has no processed ingredients or refined sugars and gets a healthy boost from oat milk. The smoothie bowl is fruity, refreshing, slightly sweet, fuss-free and spiked with a boost of energy to start your day right! If you’d like you can top the bowl with apple, blueberries, kiwi, coconut flakes, chia, flax & buckwheat.
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Are you a fan of matcha? If yes, try this amazing smoothie bowl and let us know how you liked it. If you have tried other recipes with Matcha Maiden’s green tea powder, write to us at [email protected].
MATCHA AND BANANA SMOOTHIE BOWL
- 6 frozen bananas (sliced)
- 1.5 cups oat milk
- 1 tbsp Mix n Matcha
- Place the bananas & oat milk in a blender/processor
- Blend until smooth & creamy
- Pour out about 2/3 of smoothie into a bowl
- Add the matcha to the remaining smoothie and blend until well combined
- Scoop the green smoothie on top
- Insert a chopstick about 2cm on and swirl in a continuous S shape
- Top with toppings (pictured is apple, blueberries, kiwi, coconut flakes, chia, flax & buckwheat)