One serve of matcha can contain up to 137 times more potent antioxidant content than tea made from the green leaf!

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Yields2 Servings
 1 tsp matcha powder
 ½ washed zucchini
 250 ml unsweetened vanilla almond milk
 10 baby spinach leaves (stalks removed leaving just the leaves)
 4 mint leaves
 stevia powder or maple syrup to sweeten
1

In a cup blend matcha powder with a little milk and mix it to a paste without lumps

2

Add a little more almond milk and transfer contents into a blender

3

Add zucchini, rest of the milk, baby spinach leaves, three mint leaves and a little of your sweetener

4

Blend until all ingredients are mixed thoroughly

5

Sweeten to taste

6

Serve with a mint leaf on the side

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Ingredients

 1 tsp matcha powder
 ½ washed zucchini
 250 ml unsweetened vanilla almond milk
 10 baby spinach leaves (stalks removed leaving just the leaves)
 4 mint leaves
 stevia powder or maple syrup to sweeten

Directions

1

In a cup blend matcha powder with a little milk and mix it to a paste without lumps

2

Add a little more almond milk and transfer contents into a blender

3

Add zucchini, rest of the milk, baby spinach leaves, three mint leaves and a little of your sweetener

4

Blend until all ingredients are mixed thoroughly

5

Sweeten to taste

6

Serve with a mint leaf on the side

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