The finished product: Matcha green tea smoothie

Matcha Green Tea Smoothie

DIY, inexpensive crafts, dollar store, cheap

Welcome back! Today instead of posting my normal DIY project I am going to show you how to make a smoothie including the ever popular matcha green tea powder.

If you haven’t heard of matcha tea, you sir are living under a rock. Click here to climb out from under it. Matcha is extremely good for your health and blahhh blahh blah.

All the fruit you need to make a matcha green tea smoothie including the green tea

Here is what you need*:

*I never measure anything, it’s actually something I am really bad at…sorry not sorry. I just eye ball everything. Add as much of whatever you want or as little or change the ingredients completely. Do you.

Mango

Mango

Price: .99 cents each 

Pineapple

Pineapple chunks

Price: $4 

Watermelon

Watermelon chunks

Price: $4

Kale

Kale

Price: .90 cents – the amount of kale you get for .90 cents is ridiculous. 

Lime

Uno lime

Price: .80 cents

A blender

Price: $20 – I ❤ my blender

Matcha Green Tea Powder

Matcha green tea powder – this can be a tricky ingredient to find. Here are a few places you can find it. Here, here and here. I got mine at the Better Health store.

Price: $14? I don’t remember how much I paid for it. Don’t hate me.

ONWARD:

1. Chop, cut, and slice everything to reasonable sizes. While making this smoothie, I realized I have no idea how to cut a mango. So be cool and click here before you end up mutilating your poor mango.

Cut my finger opening the pineapple. Sad face.
I cut my thumb opening the pineapple! Not to worry, my Scooby Doo Band-Aids came to the rescue!

Don't forget the matcha green tea

2. Add a few ice cubes to your blender and all of the other ingredients.

Everything in the blender ready to go!

3. Blend and serve!

The finished product: Matcha green tea smoothie

Hope you enjoy your vitamin packed matcha smoothie! Send me pictures! ❤

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