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Matcha Smoothie Bowl

Are you craving a taste of summer? Well, buckle up, babe, because we're about to take a wild ride with this scrumptious Matcha Smoothie Bowl!

Picture this: sunshine, smoothie bowls, flowy sundresses, and patio vibes. This bowl's about to teleport you right back to your favorite carefree days.

Let's dive into the magic of this bowl packed with greatness:


  • 2 ripe bananas, peeled, sliced, and chilling in the freezer 🍌 
  • 1/4 cup of your favorite frozen fruit (think Pineapple, Blueberries, or Mango), chopped and ready to party
  • 1/2 - 1 cup of creamy coconut milk (because we're going all out on the tropical vibes)
  • 2 tsp of matcha powder (for that extra green goodness of course 😜 )
  • 1 heaping cup of organic frozen spinach (trust us, it's the secret ingredient!)

Get ready to customize! Here are some ideas, but feel free to go wild:

  • Fresh or frozen berries -because you can never have too many berries
  • Coconut flakes - to sprinkle that tropical love
  • Kiwi fruit slices - for that tangy twist
  • Chia Seeds or hemp hearts - because we're all about that texture
  • Slivered roasted nuts - for that satisfying crunch


1. Gather your frozen banana slices, fruity goodness, coconut milk, matcha, and spinach. Throw it all into your blender and let it whirl until it's smooth as silk. Don't be shy with the coconut milk; it's your ticket to creamy perfection.

2. Give it a taste test and adjust as needed. More banana for sweetness, extra matcha for that vibrant green hue, or maybe a splash more coconut milk for that dreamy creaminess.

3. Pour your luscious creation into two bowls and get ready to go topping crazy! Sprinkle on those berries, coconut flakes, kiwi slices, chia seeds, and nuts. Go ahead, make it rain toppings!

VoilΓ ! You've just whipped up a taste of summer in a bowl. Now grab a spoon, dig in, and let the flavors transport you to warmer days. Yummm doesn't even begin to cover it! 🌞🍍πŸ₯₯

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