4 Matcha Green Tea Breakfast Recipes | Healthy Recipes | Joanna Soh


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SUBSCRIBE for new videos: I LOVE Matcha and I love anything with matcha in it. Matcha is the highest quality powdered green tea and the benefits are amazing. Here are 4 ways you can add match into your breakfast!

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Joanna Soh is a certified Personal Trainer (ACE), Women’s Fitness Specialist (NASM) and Nutrition Coach (VN).
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These recipes are vegan friendly, gluten-free and dairy-free. Make them! You’ll love them! Let me know which is your favourite.

MATCHA OATMEAL PANCAKES (makes 12 small pancakes)
1. 1 cup Oat Flour – 336Cals
2. 1 cup any Milk – 100Cals
3. 1 Large Banana – 121Cals
4. 1 part Chia Mixture (1 tbsp Chia Seeds + 3 tbsps. Water) – 69Cals
5. 1 tbsp. Matcha Powder – 18Cals
6. ½ tbsp. Maple Syrup – 26Cals
7. 1 tsp. Baking Soda – 2Cals

56Cals per pancake

MATCHA COCONUT GRANOLA (8 quater cup servings)
1. 1 tbsp. Matcha Powder – 18Cals
2. 1 cup Rolled Oats – 267Cals
3. ½ cup Mixed Nuts & Seeds – 160Cals
4. ½ cup Mixed Dried Fruits – 166Cals
5. 2 tbsps. Desiccated Coconut – 98Cals
6. 2 tbsps. Coconut Oil – 234Cals
7. 2 tbsps. Maple Syrup – 104Cals
8. A pinch of salt

131Cals per ¼ cup serving

MATCHA CHIA PUDDING (2 small jars)
1) ¼ cup Chia Seeds – 280Cals
2) ¾ cup any Milk – 75Cals
3) 1 tsp. Maple Syrup or Honey – 17Cals
4) 2 tsps. Matcha Green Tea – 12Cals

323Cals per Jar (includes ¼ cup granola)

NO-BAKE MATCHA MACAROONS (makes 12 balls)
1. ½ cup Desiccated Coconut – 392Cals
2. 1 tbsp. Matcha Powder – 18Cals
3. 3 tbsps. Sesame Seeds – 156Cals
4. 2 tbsps. Coconut Oil – 234Cals
5. 2 tbsps. Peanut Butter – 188Cals
6. ¼ cup Maple Syrup – 210Cals
7. 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract – 12Cals
8. A Pinch of Salt

100Cals per ball

IMPORTANT TIPS:
– Consume between ½ tsp. – 2 tsps. of matcha a day.
– Although matcha is low in caffeine, it still contains caffeine, so avoid drinking in the evening.
– Good quality matcha is bright, vivid green and will have a fine powdery consistency. Avoid anything that’s yellowish or coarse. It won’t tast good.
– The highest quality matcha comes from Japan and it will cost more than green tea.
– If you want to gain the maximum benefits, only drink matcha with water or low protein liquids such as coconut milk, rice milk or almond milk, NOT dairy milk. Dairy milk will actually counteract the adsorption of many of the beneficial nutrients and antioxidants in Matcha. So you’re just wasting it.

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