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I am a big fan of green tea. I know it has so many health benefits. Having the same drink over and over again, though, can get boring. When I was presented with the opportunity to review the Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder from Kiss Me Organics I was excited and intrigued by the possibilities!
Matcha Green Tea Powder not only provides all the great benefits of green tea, but it can also be used in all kinds of recipes like simple drinks, smoothies, lattes, and even baked goods. Do you want to start your day off right with a pick me up breakfast? You can use Matcha Green Tea Powder in waffles, pancakes, and more! Matcha Green Tea Powder actually has 137x the antioxidant power of brewed green tea! How awesome is that? I’m a big fan of antioxidants!
The best part? You don’t have to come up with the recipes yourself, and you don’t have to buy them, either! Check out the free recipe book offered by Kiss Me Organics! It’s 70 pages of yummy recipes!
I do love the versatility of the Matcha Green Tea Powder, and my go-to pick me up is a sparkling Matcha Green Tea drink. All I need is warm water, ice, and sparkling water. It also calls for a squeeze of lime, but I enjoy it without! For me, this has been a great substitute for sodas. It offers that carbonation as well as that pick me up effect without nasty ingredients, all those calories, and that gross “blah” feeling later. It is a steady energy
Matcha Green Tea Powder from Kiss Me Organics is USDA certified Organic, and they use culinary grade green tea powder. Kiss Me Organics Matcha Green Tea Powder can be purchased exclusively on Amazon.com.
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Keno Moore says
I like the benefits of Green Tea,The look of it puzzles me.
Green tea smoothies are a great idea! I can’t wait to try one!
David Smith says
We used to make green tea ice cream by using green tea powder. The only powder we found at that time was mixed with sugar in the bag already. This was before the web, so we had to go with what we could find in town. Now that there is the world wide web, I’m sure I could get some that was just powder and make some really good green tea ice cream. I originally had the ice cream when going to a Japanese restaurant in the bay area in California many years ago. Smoothies sound really good too. Thanks for the info.
Emilee Roberts says
I haven’t tried an ice cream recipe yet, but I bet it would be good! It’s definitely on my list! Since it finally got cold down here in Texas, though, I stopped thinking about ice cream! haha
I’ve not yet tried matcha green tea. I wish I could sample it without buying a whole box, etc. I’m curious to try it!