Matcha is a hit with Starbucks and local coffee shop tea and green smoothie lovers. Offering an earthy, astringent taste, Matcha is even used in desserts like ice cream, tea cakes, cream pies and cake rolls. It's understandable. After all, Matcha has polyphenols, antioxidants that support restful sleep, anti-aging and blood sugar health. Those are just some reasons why Matcha, like the Herbal Goodness Graviola Matcha Tea Powder, has become so sought after that the plant has been covered in magazines like Bon Appetit, US Magazine, Saute Magazine and Shape.
Green Smoothies for Healthy Weight
Looking to maintain a healthy appetite? Try adding Matcha to your diet. The EGCG polyphenol in Matcha has been reported to boost metabolism.1 To get these benefits, you could keep stopping by a coffee shop to get Matcha. An easier way, could be to simply make a delicious Matcha smoothie at home.
One of these green smoothie recipes is served in a bowl, making it a real treat at group events. Add Herbal Goodness super foods like Papaya Leaf Extract, Moringa Leaf Extract Juice and Bamboo Leaves to your diet, and you could make one or both of the following veggie smoothies part of a 10 day green smoothie cleanse.
Matcha Smoothie Recipes
You're going to love this Matcha smoothie bowl2. For starters, because it's in a bowl, you may be more inclined to consider it a meal. Don't hold back. Spice up the first of these two healthy green smoothies with nuts, strawberries, blueberries or pineapples. Who knows? Your kids might even love this recipe.
All you need are six ingredients and less than 7 minutes.
First, the ingredients:
- 3 Bananas
- 1/2 cup raspberries
- 1/4 cup fresh diced pineapple
- 1 cup almond milk or coconut milk (go with your favorite flavor)
- 2 teaspoons Herbal Goodness Graviola Matcha Tea Powder
- 1 cup kale (Add spinach instead of kale to make this a fun spinach smoothie recipe)
Place two peeled bananas and diced pineapple in a blender until smooth. Add in almond or coconut milk, Herbal Goodness Graviola Matcha Tea Powder and kale. Blend until smooth. Add more pineapple if you want a sweeter taste with this Matcha smoothie.
Pour into a large serving bowl. Entertaining guests? Try a decorative ceramic serving bowl. Peel and slice the last banana. Top this green smoothie with the sliced banana and fresh raspberries.
Note: This Matcha kale smoothie serves two people. Simply double or triple the recipe if you're entertaining more guests.Vanilla Matcha Smoothie3
This is an even easier Matcha smoothie recipe. Stock up on Herbal Goodness Graviola Matcha Tea Powder and you can quickly make this smoothie in the morning. Pour it in a plastic drink container with an easy-to-seal top and you can also drink this Matcha smoothie for lunch.
- 2 Peeled Bananas
- 1 Cup Almond Milk
- 3 Teaspoons Herbal Goodness Graviola Matcha Tea Powder
- Scrape of fresh vanilla bean
- 1 cup ice
- 2 tablespoons of honey
Dice bananas. Mix ingredients in blender and serve cool. Enjoy for breakfast, lunch or with your dinner.
Keep at it. As you swap out unhealthy, sugary drinks for natural, healthy green smoothie recipes, you might start to lose weight. Before you know it, your clothes will fit looser. Go with Herbal Goodness to add a natural, non-GMO Matcha product to your recipes.
Herbal Goodness is a woman owned and woman managed company that actually got its start because the founder, Unoma Okorafor, wanted to develop a way to create healthy food for herself and her unborn baby. In fact, developing healthy, natural products is a Herbal Goodness priority. The company only gets its herbs, plants and food products from non-GMO farms. Click here to get Herbal Goodness Graviola Matcha Tea Powder.
- Health. 7 Things You Should Know About Matcha. Cynthia Sass. Published February 4, 2020. Accessed March 20, 2020.
- Minimalist Baker. Matcha Green Smoothie Bowl. Accessed March 20, 2020.
- Love and Lemons. Vanilla Matcha Smoothie. Accessed March 20, 2020.