“This healthy strawberry matcha latte smoothie is packed full of body-and-mind-supporting nutrients. Who knew a green tea smoothie would be so enjoyable?! Check it out now!”
Okay, so you’ve been frequenting a café that does a great strawberry matcha latte and you want to have them at home. But you’ve realised they can be a bit of a pain to make, especially to make well, so you wonder how else you can get your matcha latte fix! Well, a strawberry green tea smoothie could be the answer for you!
it uses similar ingredients to a strawberry matcha latte, whilst being much easier to make as it is in smoothie form. It is a matcha powder smoothie, so you can make it very quickly and adjust the matcha flavour as much as you like (as it can be quite overwhelming if you’re not used to it!), and it’s a healthy strawberry smoothie recipe to boot! Oh, and did I mention that it is keto-friendly?
If you are looking for more healthy smoothie recipes, check out these healthy weight loss smoothies. For a smoothie similar to this, but without the matcha, I recommend this strawberry coconut milk smoothie!
Why you’re going to love this matcha green tea smoothie recipe
It’s a healthy strawberry smoothie recipe
This strawberry matcha latte smoothie is great, because it’s full of nutrients that area great for you! It’s a healthy smoothie that you don’t have to feel guilty about having!
Health benefits of matcha powder
Matcha is made from ground green tea leaves, although it is usually stronger than standard green tea because it is made from whole leaves. It is high in caffeine, amino acids, and antioxidants. The antioxidants may help to prevent cell damage, and may help with weight loss. Matcha green tea powder could also help with heart health and liver health. Matcha could also improve brain function as well as help to prevent damage to your kidneys.
Health benefits of strawberries
Strawberries have many health benefits. They are high in Vitamin C and polyphenols (a kind of antioxidant). Their anti-inflammatory properties may help with osteoarthritis, may help to regulate blood sugar, and the polyphenols may help to protect against cancer.
Health benefits of coconut milk
Coconut milk has many health benefits, too. Coconut milk is high in MCTs, which could reduce appetite and decrease calorie intake, may decrease stomach ulcer sizes, and the lauric acid in it may help to fight viruses and bacteria.
So when considering what healthy smoothie to have, you should definitely consider this matcha powder smoothie!
It’s a Keto matcha smoothie recipe
Further to the potential health benefits of this green tea smoothie, listed above, another great thing is that it makes a great weight loss smoothie. This is a keto matcha smoothie – it comes in at 9.5g net carbs, leaving you plenty of net carbs headroom for the other meals in your day. It also clocks in at only 263.9kcal, so if you are on a low-calorie diet, this is a weight loss smoothie for you! You may want to see more Keto recipes here!
If you are looking for other weight loss smoothies, you should check out this mango watermelon smoothie for weight loss, this watermelon and strawberry smoothie, and this kale berry weight loss smoothie!
Keep an eye out in the future for more Keto matcha smoothies!
It’s like a strawberry matcha latte, but as a smoothie!
Strawberry matcha lattes are quite a fun drink to have, but sometimes can be a bit of a pain to make right. There is a bit of an art and patience needed to get them just right. But the great thing about having them in in smoothie form is they come together so easily! Just throw your ingredients in the blender and you have a quick and easy match green tea smoothie!
It’s a versatile strawberry matcha smoothie
If you like the taste of a strawberry matcha latte, you will love the taste of this strawberry matcha smoothie. For those of you not used to matcha, it does take some getting used to! So I recommend reducing the amount of matcha to start with, and adding as you make more.
Yo can also add more strawberries to sweeten the flavour, or if you are wanting this to be a purely keto matcha smoothie, then simply add more natural sweetener. I recommend using Stevia for the sweetest flavour or Erythritol if you want to keep the net carbs down as much as possible.
As this is a matcha powder smoothie, you can add or decrease the amount of green tea powder you use to suit your preferences.
Finally, if you are not a fan of coconut milk, you could use almond milk and make a almond milk matcha smoothie. You can use my homemade organic almond milk recipe here!
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How to make a healthy strawberry matcha green tea latte smoothie
The great thing about smoothies is that they are super-easy to make, and this strawberry matcha smoothie is no different! You can blend this up in a matter of minutes. Just be sure you have some matcha powder.
Organic coconut milk – If you are a fan of knowing EXACTLY what is in the food you eat, I recommend making your own organic coconut milk. It is SUPER SIMPLE, and comes with the benefit of YOU controlling what goes in to it, rather than having things like stabilisers and other chemicals that can go in to shop-bought coconut milk.
Strawberries – You can use fresh strawberries or frozen strawberries, but I prefer frozen strawberries for this recipe, as the colder temperature works well with the coconut milk.
Matcha powder – Be sure to get a high-quality organic green tea matcha powder for the greatest benefits.
You can make this a vegan strawberry matcha latte by removing the cream. If you do this, it will not have quite as deep a flavour. In this instance, I recommend adding coconut yogurt instead of cream. It will add to the depth of the taste, whilst making it a vegan strawberry matcha latte recipe.
Firstly, prepare your ingredients.
If you are using frozen strawberries, you might want to blend them first so that they blend better into the final strawberry matcha latte smoothie. If you don’t, they may not mix well.
Add the organic coconut milk – remember, you can make your own really simply using this recipe.
Add the green tea matcha powder.
Add the double/heavy cream.
Add the Stevia or other natural sweetener.
You now have yourself a healthy strawberry matcha green tea latte smoothie! Enjoy!
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- Homemade organic coconut milk (you can use my recipe here) - 480ml / 2 cups / 16.9 fl oz
- Strawberries (fresh or frozen) - 100g / 2/3 cup / 3.53 oz
- Organic Matcha powder - 1 tsp
- Double cream (heavy cream) - 30ml / 2 tbsp / 1.05 fl oz
- Stevia (or other natural sweetener) - 1 tsp
- If you need organic coconut milk, you can use my homemade recipe here!
- If using frozen strawberries, blend first before adding the remaining ingredients, so they mix better in to the final smoothie.
- Add all the remaining ingredients to the blender.
- I prefer to use homemade organic coconut milk over using shop-bought coconut milk, as I know exactly what's in it, there are no preservatives or stabilisers and I can control the texture. On top of this, it's far cheaper than buying it in a store, and you can use the left-over coconut pulp in other recipes!
- If you are using frozen strawberries, blend them first so that they mix well in to the final strawberry matcha smoothie.
- For those of you who have not had it before, matcha has a very distinct and strong flavour. Add less if you are unsure if you will like the flavour. You can increase it over time as you get used to it.
- If it still tastes to "green" for you, add more strawberries or Stevia!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 263.9Total Fat: 23.5gCarbohydrates: 14.1gNet Carbohydrates: 9.5gFiber: 4.4gSugar: 6.8gProtein: 3.4g
Nutrition, allergy and diet information isn’t always accurate. Be sure to check your own ingredients.