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Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie (Dairy Free)

Dairy-Free Matcha Mint Chip Frappé Recipe  - No Refined Sugar | Primally InspiredMatcha Mint Chip Smoothie (Dairy Free)

 This smoothie recipe and post are sponsored by the great people at Silk!

 

This minty, ice cold, Dairy-Free, Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie is refreshing, delicious and hits the spot! You’ll love both the taste and all the benefits in this easy recipe!

 

Matcha powder is the leaves of finely milled green tea. And did you know that it’s jam packed with benefits? Matcha has been said to provide anti-aging benefits, helps boost the immune system, cleanse the body, provides a sustained energy boost, and so much more (learn more about matcha HERE). Some call matcha THE superfood of super foods because of it’s high antioxidant level. It’s even considered a thermogenic, which means it helps you burn fat and lose weight! 

 

Dairy-Free Matcha Mint Chip Frappé Recipe  - No Refined Sugar Smoothie | Primally Inspired

 

It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of matcha and drink a matcha beverage almost every single afternoon. This ice cold, dairy-free Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie recipe is one of my favorite matcha creations and I think you’re going to love it, too.  

 

You’ll want to make sure to scroll down to the bottom of this post so you can see how I supercharge my smoothie with some optional add-ins!

 

Dairy-Free Matcha Mint Chip Frappé Recipe  - No Refined Sugar Smoothie | Primally Inspired

 

 

So blend yourself up this easy dairy-free Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie and enjoy!

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Dairy-Free Matcha Mint Chip Frappé Recipe  - No Refined Sugar Smoothie | Primally Inspired

Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie Recipe:

Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie (Dairy Free)
 
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Serves: 1 serving
 
Dairy-Free Matcha Mint Chip Frappé Recipe - No Refined Sugar Smoothie Sponsored by Silk
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a blender, except for the chocolate chips. Blend until smooth. Once smooth, add in the chocolate chips or cacao nibs, pulse once or twice. Enjoy!
Notes
Supercharge your Smoothie with one or more of these optional add-ins:
1/2 avocado (healthy fats that boost metabolism)
1 cup greens such as spinach, kale, etc. (extra vitamins and minerals)
1 tablespoon collagen (known for hair, skin and nail health)
1 teaspoon maca powder (promotes hormonal balance and helps boost libido)
1/2 teaspoon spirulina (known to protect and detoxify your body)

Supercharge your Smoothie!  Primally Inspired

Supercharge Your Smoothie

Here are some examples of what I like to add in my smoothies to provide even more fabulous benefits. You can choose one or two or add them all in:

1/2 Avocado – provides healthy fats that help boost your metabolism & will make the smoothie nice and creamy!

1 cup Greens (spinach, kale, etc) – provides extra vitamins and minerals and you’ll never even taste them once they are blended in the smoothie!

1 tablespoon Collagen (Find HERE) – Known for hair, skin and nail health.

1 teaspoon Maca Powder (Find HERE) – Promotes hormone balance and helps to boost libido.

1/2 – 1 teaspoon Spirulina Powder (Find HERE) – Known to protect and detoxify the body and is a world class immune booster.

 

Pin Dairy Free Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie recipe HERE:

Dairy-Free Matcha Mint Chip Frappé Recipe  - No Refined Sugar | Primally Inspired

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9 comments

  1. I make a similar mint smoothie all the time but haven’t thought to try matcha in it. Definitely will now!

  2. Matcha and chocolate and mint in a smoothie? Yes please! 😀

  3. I love reading all of your posts! Would you consider doing some that are like the “A day in my life” or “what I ate Wednesday” type? I think it would be neat to see what you eat and what your workouts are in a typical day. Thanks!!

  4. While I applaud your efforts and agree with what you say about matcha, I am deeply disappointed that you would allow Silk to sponsor you. They are owned by Pepsi, and have contributed a lot of money to ensure that GMOs do not get labeled. They are NOT supportive of healthy food and lifestyles.

    http://www.anh-usa.org/the-great-organic-deceivers/

    If you are truly interested in people’s well being, I highly recommend you not continue to purchase or utilize their products yourself nor encourage your readers to do so.

    I have really enjoyed your blog and posts. It would sadden me to leave your readership.

    Sincerely,
    Ann

    • Primally Inspired

      Thank you for your comment, Ann! I really thank you for bringing this up to me. I should know better and feel pretty embarrassed that I didn’t realize Silk was owned by Pepsi. Coming from someone who is passionate about avoiding GMO’s, I think you can understand my embarrassment. On the positive side, Silk does carry the Non-GMO Project label and are actively working to label all of their products, which I was really happy to see. It’s also SO AWESOME to see that consumers are changing the market (Yay!!!) and demanding better quality food making companies like Pepsi want a piece of that pie. A lot of these small, organic companies can’t handle the demands of the current market. Even though many of these companies are being bought out by these bigger companies, for now, the standards (organic, non-GMO, high quality, etc.) that they always had are still the same. I do not want to endorse companies who are actively supporting the non-labeling of GMO products and very much appreciate you bringing this to my attention.

  5. Will definitely make this smoothie! I too am concerned about the Silk (I didn’t know it was owned by Pepsi either!), because of how processed it is, and the extra not-so-healthy ingredients they add. Would canned coconut milk work? Of course, I should just make the coconut milk myself…maybe you can blog about how to make that 🙂

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