How to Make Matcha Tea Smoothies
Making Matcha tea smoothies is surprisingly easy and there are many healthy benefits to making them at home rather than going to a restaurant or Starbucks to get one. When you go to a restaurant, it usually comes with a lot of extra calories and not that much protein, whereas making your own tea gives you control over the ingredients that you are eating and can be made with relatively little hassle compared to other foods. Here are some ways that you can make Matcha tea smoothies at home.
Commercial Blenders for Making Matcha Tea Smoothies
If you don’t have a blender, then I highly recommend getting yourself a commercial blender for making your matcha tea smoothies. Not only will it make the process a lot easier, but you’ll also save money by not having to buy another blender for your house. The kind of blender that you should get depends on what kind of drinking you do. If you drink alcohol often, then getting an alcoholic beverage style blender is likely going to be more beneficial to your life than if you didn’t drink alcohol. With this in mind, blenders that can make ice cream and frozen drinks are great choices for anyone who wants to make lots of matchedTea smoothies at once.
Toast and Banana Bowls
Toast is one of the best snacks that you can eat before bed. It is full of carbohydrates and nutrients that will keep you energized for a long time, especially if you don’t put anything else in between these slices. You can use these carbs to fuel your training in the morning or just enjoy the taste of bread after dinner. Since we already have banana bowls on our menu, all we need is bananas and we have an easy way to make our matcha tea smoothie bowl! Peel the banana, cut it in half lengthwise, then next slice each half into thirds (like how you would normally cut a piece of bread). Place the pieces in a bowl and top with whatever ingredients you want into your matcha tea smoothie bowl.
After trying out both methods described above, I found that I preferred using more toppings on my matcha tea cupcakes rather than leaving them plain. Leaving them plain allows more people to enjoy the health benefits ofMatcha without having to take tons of pills, but if you want some added flavour, then go ahead and dash out those squares! Some people like things super simple, so giving them just enough information to succeed is enough for them.
Everybody has different preferences when it comes down to their ice cream choice, but I find that coffee ice cream works great as a base for any matcha tea smoothie recipe because it tones down the flavour so much that it isn’t too strong or bitter for someone who doesn’t normally like coffee-based foods. Maybe try havanasium? This delicious dessert is made from maple syrup and circus bigtop butter (yes really). Other options for ice creams include birthday cake ice cream and chocolate/hazelnut swirl ice cream! For those looking for something less sweet, strawberry Ice Cream is also recommended!
As you can see, there are many different ways that you can make Matcha Tea Smoothies at home!. Don’t worry about how complicated it seems; since all cooking techniques involve pouring boiling water onto something healthy or nutritious, it is pretty hard not to spice things up a little bit when cooking at home! If this cooking method interests you at all or you want to try something new in your dieting journey, give making Matcha Tea Smoothies a try!