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Matcha Smoothie Bowl

Matcha Smoothie Bowl

This matcha smoothie bowl is vegan and paleo-friendly, and loaded with healthy fats, chlorophyll, healthy fats, protein, and has a sweet delicious flavor.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 1
Author Tess Masters


smoothie base:

  • 1 cup (120ml) unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest, plus more to taste
  • 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice, plus more to taste
  • 1 tablespoon Dastony cashew butter or almond butter (or any brand)
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 1 teaspoon matcha green tea powder
  • 1 teaspoon gelatinized maca powder,
  • 1/2 teaspoon Sunbiotics vanilla probiotic powder (or any brand)
  • 1/2 teaspoon natural vanilla extract
  • 1 pitted date, plus more to taste (optional)
  • 1 medium-sized frozen sliced banana
  • 1 cup (160g) frozen mango
  • Pinch of Celtic sea salt (optional, see note)



  1. Throw all of the smoothie base ingredients into you blender, and blast on high for 30 to 60 seconds until smooth and creamy.
  2. Transfer the mixture to a bowl, and top with berries, coconut flakes, sliced almonds, and hemp seeds. Enjoy immediately.  

Recipe Notes

*Probiotic Powder - I add 1/2 teaspoon of probiotic powder to all smoothies to replenish stores of healthy bacteria for immunity, digestion, detox, and to balance the acidic effects of high-sugar fruits and other sweeteners. The really potent probiotics require refrigeration. If you have capsules, break the shell and release the powder. Unsweetened probiotic-rich liquids like kefirs (water, coconut water, milk varieties) or kombucha make wonderful health-promoting additions to shakes, too.

*Celtic Sea Salt - I add a pinch (or more) of this alkalizing, mineral-rich salt to all smoothies to boost the natural flavor of fruits and veggies; temper the acidity of sweet fruits and sweeteners; stimulate the lymphatic system; replenish electrolytes; aid digestion; and help the body access energy. I do not recommend adding common table salt which is generally heated to extreme temperatures, iodized, bleached, processed, and refined. This salt does not have the same benefits. If you have a health condition that requires you to limit your sodium intake consult your doctor before adding salt to your smoothies.

Recipe adapted from Windy City Organics
Photo by Trent Lanz and styling by Alicia Buszczak