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    Matcha Recipes

    Berry Green Matcha Smoothie Bowl

     

    Berry Green Matcha Smoothie Bowl

    Recipe Credit: From Jannah

    Woke up this morning craving a matcha smoothie bowl, and realized we haven't shared a recipe for one in a while! These bowls are so refreshing, and are one of the most colorful and nutritious things you can eat.

    Big thanks to Jannah for sharing this recipe with us...if you haven't seen her visually stunning instagram, check it out here.

    (Actually makes just 1 bowl, but Jannah likes to do these neat 4-way mirror images)

    Ingredients:

    • 1 cup iced green tea
    • Half a frozen banana
    • 1 cup of spinach
    • A handful of frozen berries
    • A scoop of protein powder
    • 1 tsp matcha (culinary grade)
    • 1 packet Amazing Grass Green Powder
    • 1 packet Sambazon Acai Powder
    • Fresh berries, seeds (chia, hemp) & shredded coconut to top

    Preparation:

    1. Blend all but the toppings until smooth, pour into a bowl.
    2. Top with the berries, seeds, and shredded coconut (feel free to get fancy).
    3. Enjoy!

    Two Ingredient Pancakes + Matcha

    Two Ingredient Pancakes + Matcha

    I have to admit I'm extra excited about this one guys. About a week ago a friend turned me on to the phenomenon that is the "two ingredient pancake" — basically you mash a banana up with an egg and somehow it cooks up just like a fluffy, delicious pancake.

    Of course, I just had to try throwing some matcha into the mix, and they turned out amazing! Beautifully green, moist, slightly sweet pancakes that are a quick and energizing way to start the morning. Here's the recipe:

    Makes 6 pancakes, good for 2 people

    Ingredients:

    • 2 bananas (medium ripe is good)
    • 2 eggs
    • 1 tsp matcha (culinary grade)
    • (oil or butter for the frying pan)

    Preparation:

    1. Mash all ingredients together in a bowl until you have a smooth batter.
    2. Heat a pan or griddle to medium, and coat with butter or oil.
    3. Drop roughly 2 tablespoons of batter onto the pan or griddle per pancake. You should be able to fit about 3 pancakes on a standard frying pan.
    4. Cook for 1 minute or until the bottoms look browned and golden when you lift a corner.
    5. Gently flip the pancakes and cook for another minute on the other side.

    Serve them warm and top with whatever you'd like! Fresh berries are nice. So is almond butter. Since the pancakes are a bit sweet from the banana you don't really need syrup.

    If you want to get really creative, feel free to play around with adding tasty mix-ins to the batter—nuts, seeds, spices, nut butters—you name it :)

    High Energy Matcha Protein Bar

    High Energy Matcha Protein Bar

    Recipe Credit: Victoriya and Oksana

    Need a quick and energizing bite before you run out the door? Make a batch of these matcha bars to store in your fridge for a delicious, protein-and-antioxidant-packed snack anytime.

    Our friends Victoriya and Oksana, Nutritionists and current PhD students, have shared this wonderful recipe. Here's what they say:

    "Matcha goes well in this recipe, because the almost bitter undertones balance nicely with the sweetness of vanilla extract. Matcha has been shown to help maintain alertness, focus and attention. This high energy matcha protein bar is our favorite to grab when we are on the go!"

    Get the full recipe here >>