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Matcha Protein Frappuccino (Zero Refined Sugar)

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Sienna is a certified Holistic Wellness & Nutrition Coach specializing in autoimmune health.

Matcha Protein Frappuccino

Matcha Protein Frappuccino

Protein Matcha Frappuccino (No Refined Sugar)

As crazy as this sounds, this recipe idea actually came to me in a dream.

I attempted to re-create what I saw in my dream—and boy! This is the up-leveled version of a Starbucks matcha frappuccino, and I am addicted to their frappuccinos. Honestly, though, I can't imagine how much sugar their drinks contain.

My dream-inspired creation tastes amazing, and I can feel good about what I'm putting in my body, as there are no refined sugars. I've been making this for breakfast every day for the past two weeks, and I have to say, I think I am obsessed.

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If you've read my previous articles, you'd know that I've been trying to reduce the amount of caffeine I drink every day. Matcha green tea still contains caffeine, but it's probably about three times less the amount of coffee. The amount in a shot of matcha tea is the perfect amount to give a little energy, without the crash a few hours later.

For this recipe I used unflavored hemp seed protein powder. I like this powder because it doesn't have much flavor, and it is filled with healthy omegas. If you desire, you could add a vanilla-flavored protein powder, I imagine that would be delicious as well!

Ingredients

  • 1 banana, frozen
  • handful of ice cubes
  • 1/2 to 1 cup plant-based milk, amount determines consistency
  • 1 shot cooled matcha tea
  • 1 teaspoon raw honey
  • 6 to 8 drops vanilla-flavored stevia
  • 1 scoop hemp seed protein powder

Instructions

  1. Brew your matcha tea; then let it cool for a while before you make your shake. I generally let it sit for about 30 minutes.
  2. Once cooled, add your banana and ice to the blender. Follow with your choice of plant-based milk (start with less milk and then add more if you want a thinner consistency). Add the cooled matcha tea.
  3. Add the remaining ingredients and blend.

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