Matcha Fruit Smoothie

Matcha Fruit Smoothie

Since publishing our Matcha Do About Nothing post back in April we’ve had a few people ask how we drink it ourselves so I thought I would do a quick post for our matcha fruit smoothie.

Matcha ingredients

All the ingredients to make a delicious Matcha fruit smoothie

To make one serving you will need the following ingredients:

  • Teapigs Matcha
  • Banana
  • Apple
  • Pear
  • Soy Milk, regular milk or liquid of your choice

You will also need:

  • blender or smoothie maker (we use the Nutri-Bullet which we’ve reviewed here)
  • sharp knife
  • chopping board
  • long spoon or food scraper
  1. Chop up the banana into chunks
  2. Core and chop up the apple and pear (peeling is optional)
  3. Place chopped fruit into blender jug/cup and add one or two inches (depending how thick you want your smoothie) of your preferred liquid
  4. Open Teapigs Matcha (it is expensive so be careful) and using your plastic Matcha spoon measure one level spoonful and add to the fruit
  5. Secure the top of your jug/cup and blend.
  6. Once all the fruit has liquidated pour the smoothie into a glass, remembering to scrape out every last drop as not to waste.
  7. ENJOY!

That’s it!

A nice and easy Matcha smoothie which tastes faintly like banana but definitely not fishy (thank god).

If you’re more of a visual learner check out my picture gallery below on how to make the smoothie above.

The other great thing about this recipe is that you don’t have to stick with the original fruit, you can mix and match all different fruits together to find your favourite combinations.

We’ve tried mango, strawberries, grapes, pineapple, melon, kale, carrots, oranges, blackberries and cherries. The only failure I had was when I decided to blend peppers, lettuce and cucumber together as it looked and tasted disgusting! lol

What would your favourite fruit/veg combinations be, let me know in the comments below.

Until next time,




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