Meet one of the world’s most powerful superfoods: matcha.
Matcha is powdered green tea leaves. It’s like green tea, but delivers far more health benefits. Here’s why:
Drinking green tea is like boiling spinach and drinking only the water. With matcha, you consume the whole plant – and all the nutrients that come with it.
Matcha on it’s own can have a bitter, astringent taste – grassy as some people say. The solution?
Ditch the sugar and pair it with nourishing ketogenic fats in this at-home Keto Matcha Latte recipe!
With fats like grass-fed butter and coconut oil – the same one’s found in bulletproof coffee – this bulletproof keto matcha helps you curb appetite and stay energized throughout the day.
Plus matcha does its own wonders with phytonutrients like L-theanine that promote a simultaneous calm and alert state. There’s a reason it’s been the drink of choice for buddhist monks for over 1,000 years.
This keto matcha latte is a healthy breakfast and morning meditation all-in-one.
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|Yields:||Prep Time:||Total Time:|
|½ tsp||organic ceremonial matcha powder|
|1 tbsp||coconut oil|
|1 tbsp||grass-fed butter|
|1 tsp||heavy cream|
|½ tbsp||MCT oil powder (liquid or powder)|
|½ tsp||vanilla extract|
|1 pinch||sea salt|
|1||Bring 1 cup water to a boil|
|2||Transfer to blender|
|3||Add matcha powder, coconut oil, grass-fed butter, heavy cream, MCT oil, vanilla extract and salt|
|4||Blend on high for 20 seconds|
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