Superfoods are all the craze right now, and it’s easy to see why; food is the easiest and tastiest way of taking care of yourself. Really, eat well, and you’ll enjoy a long, happy life.
Superfoods, though, are not always tasty. Well, that changes today. Let’s make ourselves a matcha green tea breakfast superfood bowl that’s as good for you as delicious! This easy recipe is customizable, so add any healthy and not-not-so-healthy ingredient; follow your heart! After all, breakfast is the most important meal of the day!
Superfoods are any food above-average in nutrition or health benefits. We could safely say all fruits, nuts and veggies are superfoods, but some are better for you than others.
Matcha green tea is also a superfood — the powdered green tea leaves are packed with antioxidants, making matcha the healthiest drink on the planet. The best part? Although drinking matcha is fun, you can also eat it.
Start the day with a matcha green tea bowl topped with a whole lot of superfoods and ensure your body has all it needs throughout the day. Skipping breakfast is a big no-no and making it super nutritious is a no-brainer. Here’s how to put together a healthy breakfast bowl and how to make it yours.
For our breakfast bowl, we’re combining creamy almond milk with matcha tea. That’s a fantastic base already, but we’re also adding a frozen banana to make it thicker. Blend it all, and you’re off to a good start. Of course, why not throw in a few apple slices into the blender as well?
Adding a little sugar will make the breakfast bowl much more enjoyable, as green tea can have a bitter edge. Here’s where you can use your favorite zero-calorie sweetener to make your breakfast a bit healthier — after all, all the fruit we’re adding has its own sugar.
Then you have the toppings. Kiwi, apple slices, walnuts, chia seeds, everything goes. From goji berries to acai — choose your favorite superfoods and don’t be shy about it!
Blend the frozen banana with matcha, apple, sugar and almond milk.
Pour into a bowl and garnish with blueberries, kiwi, apple slices and chia seeds.