Green Tea Lime Pie Smoothie Bowl

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St. Patrick’s Day is coming up! Are you doing anything fun? I’m hosting a get together on Tuesday, so I’ve been planning a green themed menu to serve on the big day.

Smoothie bowls have been quite the sensation for a long time now, but I think this might be only the second smoothie bowl I’ve made. The truth is, I just love the efficiency of throwing things into a blender and guzzling it down in a glass – a few minutes seems to be all the time I have in the morning. I don’t want to fuss with smoothie bowls. But I figured it would be nice for a special themed breakfast! Plus, sometimes I need to remind myself not to inhale my food and sitting down to a bowl helps me slooooow down a bit. So instead of taking me 20 seconds to inhale it now takes me 60 (breastfeeding hunger is no joke). Anyway, this bowl is a nutritious way to kick off the day, especially if you plan on indulging later on!

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The flavour is inspired by the popular Key Lime Pie, but with a green tea twist. Get it – TEA lime pie instead of KEY? I truly outdid myself with this title, I know. Imagine what I could do on a full night’s sleep?!

Ok joking aside, Matcha Green Tea Powder happens to pair lovely with banana and avocado, but it’s an optional booster ingredient so not to worry if you don’t have any on hand. The smoothie is still amazing without it. However, if you do stock Matcha it adds a wonderful energizing element to smoothies and a nice antioxidant boost. Since it’s fairly bitter, a little bit goes a long way; I only used 1/4 teaspoon in this smoothie. If you don’t think you will consume a whole tin, you might want to try out the single serving packs that are available in many grocery stores now. I store my opened tin in the fridge for maximum freshness.

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The hydrating base is made up with coconut water which might be a great way to start the day if you plan on indulging in drinks later on. A frozen banana and avocado make it ultra creamy and lightly sweet, while lime juice and lots of zest give it a tangy, aromatic kick. It’s basically all of my favourite flavours wrapped into one kick butt smoothie bowl! We all know that smoothie bowls are so fun because of all the toppings you get to add, so I topped my bowl with melted coconut butter (which solidifies upon hitting the cold smoothie), granola, hemp hearts, and large flake coconut. I purposely made the smoothie on the thicker side so the toppings would sit nicely on the top and not sink through – that’s key!

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Green Tea Lime Pie Smoothie Bowl

Vegan, gluten-free, no bake/raw, nut-free, oil-free, refined sugar-free, soy-free

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This is one of my all-time favourite smoothie bowls—and it's one of the most popular on the blog! Dig into the tropical flavours of lime, coconut, banana, and avocado with some baby spinach and Matcha green tea powder thrown in for an extra boost. The flavour reminds me of a creamy, tart, and sweet Key Lime Pie!

Yield
2 cups/1 bowl
Prep Time
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0 Minutes
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Ingredients:

For the smoothie:
  • 1/2 cup coconut water
  • 1 cup fresh baby spinach
  • 1 large frozen banana packed
  • 1/4 cup avocado
  • 2 teaspoons lime zest*
  • 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon fresh lime juice
  • 2 to 3 ice cubes
  • 2 teaspoons pure maple syrup, or to taste
  • 1/2 teaspoon Matcha green tea powder
Topping ideas:
  • Granola**
  • Sliced banana and mango
  • Melted coconut butter
  • Large flake dried coconut
  • Lime zest
  • Hemp hearts

Directions:

  1. Add all the smoothie ingredients into a high speed blender and blend on high until smooth. Adjust sweetness if desired.
  2. Pour into a bowl and sprinkle on the toppings of your choice. Enjoy with a spoon!

Tips:

  • * It's easiest to zest the lime before juicing.
  • ** For a homemade granola recipe, try the Ultimate Nutty Granola Clusters in The Oh She Glows Cookbook (page 31), my Lightened Up Summer Granola, or The Perfect Granola (found in The Oh She Glows app).

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1 Brynn March 10, 2015

You had me at matcha! I don’t know how you do it, but always a home run!

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2 Hayley Appleford March 10, 2015

The recipe is saved ! Looks delicious :)

Thanks for sharing,

With love,
Hayley

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3 mira March 10, 2015
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Healthy and delicious! Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!

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4 elizabeth page March 10, 2015

hi, this green tea lime pie smoothie bowl looks amazing!!! I don’t see the recipe though–the recipe that follows the picture is for the nut free dream cups. Maybe it’s just the time change and I’m not truly awake yet?

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5 Brooke@runningonchange March 10, 2015

I will have to try this on the weekend, I’m so excited!

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6 Tom ~ Raise Your Garden March 11, 2015

Will have to wait till the weekend too, so I have the time to get it right. Nifty title, play on words and all. Love eating Key Lime Pie in Key West Florida but it does nothing for my girlish figure. And even though Spanx now makes men’s products, my wife had forbidden me from checking them out. Never heard of Matcha Green Tea Powder but will have to check out all our health food stores to see if I can get some.

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7 Katie B March 11, 2015

Tom, you can find matcha in several places, but you’ll want to get high quality product! I’ve been using matcha from Steeped Tea–it’s a direct sales company in the USA and Canada. Maybe check online to see if there’s a consultant near you? Their prices are really comparable and the quality is top notch, basically some of the better matcha you can get outside Japan!

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8 Millie l Add A Little March 10, 2015

This looks delicious Angela and I always find smoothie bowls are so much fun!

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9 Cassie March 10, 2015

Green tea lime pie? That sounds really yummy!!! :P

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10 Lauren March 10, 2015

This is such a good idea, I’m yet to try smoothie or acai bowls so will have to give it a blend!

Lauren x
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11 Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar March 10, 2015

I love smoothie bowls!! This recipe sounds yummy!!

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12 Lu | Super Nummy Yo! March 10, 2015

Love this interesting combination and the TEA lime pie concept :) Plus it’s such a gorgeous shade of green. Perfect for St. Patrick’s day. And a drizzle of melted coconut butter! One of my favorite indulgences, and I always find they make smoothie bowls more filling :-P

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13 Erin March 10, 2015

I am so intrigued by this recipe and by smoothie bowls in general (I’ve honestly never heard of them)… thinking this is one recipe I’ll definitely have to try at some point.
-E

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14 Ashley @ A Lady Goes West March 10, 2015

I couldn’t love the ingredients of this any more than I do! And, I like a thick smoothie that requires a spoon. Fabulous and festive creation!! :) Have a lovely day!

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15 Maryea {happy healthy mama} March 10, 2015

I’m always more of a smoothie in a glass kind of girl also, but this looks fabulous so I may just have to change my ways!! I am excited to give this a try.

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16 Anele @ Success Along the Weigh March 10, 2015

Looks yummy and just in time for St. Patty’s Day!

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17 Justine March 10, 2015

Do you have a brand of matcha you recommend? I’ve been through a handful that aren’t too expensive and I’ve yet to find one I love.

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18 Samantha | Splendor and Forge March 10, 2015

This sounds absolutely delicious! Key Lime Pie is one of my weaknesses, but living in California, I’m limited on my options. I’ll definitely be giving this a try sooner rather than later!

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19 Erin @ Erin's Inside Job March 10, 2015

Ive been craving a lot of lemon and lime lately; maybe bc it is starting to warm up some? I had a lemon pistachio donut the other night and it was so good. I definitely need to check this out!

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20 S Lauren | Modern Granola March 10, 2015

How fun! Gorgeous pics!

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21 Ashley March 10, 2015

This smoothie looks incredible! I love adding matcha to smoothies! And with avocado?! I’m sure it’s so creamy and delicious! Can’t wait to try!
PS the title is AMAZING! so good

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22 Sophie March 10, 2015
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I made it this afternoon & loved every sip! So divine! :)

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23 Angela (Oh She Glows) March 10, 2015

That was fast! Thanks for your feedback. So glad you enjoyed it!

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24 Sophie March 10, 2015

Ooh yes! x

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25 Sophie March 10, 2015

just bought your cookbook this morning, in the Waterstones in Brussels, Belgium! It is just wonderful & your recipes rock! Waw even! xxx
It isn’t that much priced either: 26.95 €! xx I am so glad that I finally got it! x
In the past, all of your recipes that I made were amazing, very tasty & fabulous even!
Greetings from a Oh she glows fan from Belgium! :) x

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26 Angela (Oh She Glows) March 10, 2015

Sophie, I’m so glad you found it all the way in Belgium! So exciting :) Thanks for your support!

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27 Sophie March 10, 2015

You are so welcome! :)

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28 CC March 10, 2015

Seriously, everything you make looks so delicious! My husband and I came across your book in Barnes&Noble one day while looking for inspiration while on The Daniel Fast with our church and I’ve been a huge fan since! I’m finding out there are a lot of modifications I needed to my diet because I have lupus and you’ve provided some inspiration to healthier and satisfying recipes!
Enjoy the hunger with breastfeeding! I loved those days with both my kiddos! An excuse to eat more! :-) It’s an amazing bonding experience of course!

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29 Claudia Rodrigues Fernandez March 10, 2015

oh my, this looks delicious! So colourful and healthy! I’m definitely trying this!!
Thank you for sharing
Claudia, stylechezmoi.com XX

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30 Beth March 10, 2015

Where can I find the nutritional info on this recipe? I want to make sure it fits into my training program! Thanks!

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31 Katie M March 10, 2015
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What a coincidence! I have been rejoicing in different green smoothie bowls for the past week — especially with the weather finally feeling like spring here in Ontario, I am happily sipping my cool smoothies pretty much every morning. I absolutely love using avocado + banana + spinach as the base for pretty much any smoothie, because it gives it such a rich, creamy consistency every time.
Wonderful photography + blog post as usual :) Enjoy the sunshine! I’m sure we all need it after such a long winter.

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32 Angela @ Food Angel March 10, 2015

I forgot St. Patrick’s day is coming up!! This looks amazing! Where do you find the large flaked coconut? I can’t seem to find it anywhere, although I have been obsessed with adding the powdery fine coconut to almost everything lately!

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33 Savanna @ Glutenfreeveganpantry.com March 10, 2015

This looks like pure heaven! I love making hot matcha lattes at home but I’ve never thought about adding it into a smoothie before – such a great idea! I will have to crack out my matcha and get experimenting with it for St. Patrick’s day. Great looking recipe!

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34 Kari March 10, 2015

Where can one buy Matcha green tea powder? I’ve never looked for it so have no idea where I could buy it.

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35 Juju Sprinkles March 10, 2015

What a nutritious meal! It has all the proteins and fibers all in one bowl! Love it!

Juju
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36 Kelsey @ Snacking Squirrel March 10, 2015

green tea and a smoothie- wow i love this!

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37 Anna March 10, 2015
38 Alexa [fooduzzi.com] March 10, 2015

This is just beautiful, Angela!
You’re right – perhaps this is the kind of breakfast that can sloooow me down. Note to self: shoveling food in your mouth as quickly as possible is not attractive! Sounds like the perfect choice…and all in time for St. Paddy’s Day!

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39 Jen K. March 14, 2015
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Exactly! Confession time: I’d never heard of a smoothie bowl, and my first reaction was that they sounded kind of stupid, because isn’t the point of a smoothie to be able to smash it into your face as quickly as possible? Okay, maybe it is, but after giving this a try, I admit my complete wrongness about the smoothie bowl. This was fantastically good, and with the coconut butter topping? Good heavens. I may just have to start making time for breakfast with a spoon.

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40 Lillian @ Seize the Latte March 10, 2015

This is such a great idea! Get-togethers featuring DIY food bars are awesome (we got rave reviews from the nacho bar at our wedding — I’m not even kidding), and this looks both delicious and St. Paddy’s apropos. I also love the idea of incorporating matcha, since I’ve been looking for different ways to use the powder. Oh, and mad props on the Key/Tea Lime Pie pun — well played! :)

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41 Maggie @ Veg Fiend March 10, 2015

Smoothie bowls rock my socks! (My instagram account may or may not be half smoothie bowls… https://instagram.com/vegfiend )

I’ll have to try this one out!

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42 Flo March 10, 2015

you are a ROCKSTAR Angela! This looks and sounds ah-mazing!! Can’t wait to try it in the morning. YUMMM!!!! Extra motivation to get up:)

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43 Maeghan March 10, 2015

Aaaah this looks SO AMAZING!! And that’s my fav coconut water. Can’t wait to try this :)

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44 Sarah March 11, 2015

Oh my gosh…this is perfection. Matcha? Love. Coconut butter? Love. Granola? Love. I don’t even care for St. Patrick’s Day, but now I am so excited to make this next week!

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45 CARLA March 11, 2015

DAMN.
love love love how creative this is.

<3

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46 Suzanne March 11, 2015

Hi Angela! Are there any subs for the coconut water. I am not a huge fan (of the flavour or price).

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47 Jessie : Kitschen Cat March 11, 2015

This is so creatively lovely — almost too pretty to eat!

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48 Lauren March 11, 2015

Yum! I tried my first smoothie bowl last week and while I love having a smoothie on the go the bowl was a neat change up to my routine. I agree drinking it is a lot quicker, especially if I’m running late, which is always.

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49 Leanne March 11, 2015

I was a bit disappointed, at first. I took a look at the recipe and thought “Bummer, a recipe from her I can’t even think about making”. Of all the strange food reactions I have, I get crippling stomach cramps anytime I ingest green tea. So glad it is an option for this recipe! Now I can try it!

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50 Matea March 11, 2015

Just had a smoothie bowl this morning for breakfast! Love all your toppings ideas :)

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51 Jordan Lynn // Life Between Lattes March 11, 2015

I love Key Lime Pie, and I cannot wait to try this recipe.

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52 Chelsea @ Chelsea's Healthy Kitchen March 11, 2015

This looks fantastic! I’ve been playing around with matcha lately too. My eyes nearly popped out of my head when I saw the price for a tiny tin though! But then I found it available in bulk from Goodness Me, which is a heck of a lot cheaper. I got the same amount for $10 that would have cost $30 if I bought a tin of it!

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53 Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday March 11, 2015

This is absolute green tea perfection!

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54 Andrea March 11, 2015

This looks amazing!!! Where do you get your matcha powder from??

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55 Kathy March 11, 2015

I just made this, and boy was it DELICIOUS! I didn’t have Matcha, and I was too lazy to use any toppings ;), but the smoothie was incredible anyway – totally uniquely refreshing. I might make another one later today! Thanks for another great recipe!

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56 Gretchen March 11, 2015

This sounds so delicious. I love lime in my smoothies. I will have to skip the matcha though. It is one of those healthy foods that I really want to like, but I have just accepted the fact that I don’t like it! Thanks for another great recipe.

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57 Naomi Arnold | Project Healthy Happy Me March 11, 2015

This looks amazing! And I keep seeing matcha popping up everywhere! I must try!!! :-)

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58 Kezia @ Super Naturally Healthy March 11, 2015

Ohh i love thicker smoothie bowls and have yet to try matcha powder but this looks like a winner and a good reason to try it out!

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59 Norah March 11, 2015

Hi Angela- do you have a favorite brand of matcha?

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60 heidi March 11, 2015
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just had it for lunch! it was even better than i expected! i didn’t have the machta (sp?) and i used lemon bc i don’t have lime. my 2 year old enjoyed as well!

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61 Matcha Maiden March 11, 2015

Oh my gosh, Angela this is INCREDIBLE! So much green goodness and matcha magic! We’d love to send you some of ours to try – SUCH big fans of yours. Do you have an e-mail address we could reach you on? Keep up the incredible work. So inspired by your journey and the wonderful work you are doing xxxx

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62 Heather Mason@NuttyNutrition March 11, 2015

I just made a similar smoothie bowl but with no lime, I think the lime would definitely improve the flavor. Can’t wait to try this!

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63 Lisa Marie March 12, 2015

Where do you get you Matcha Green Tea Powder?

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64 valerie March 12, 2015

Can you recommend a good match brand? I checked your tea shoppe and noticed you don’t carry it. I’ve tried shopping for matcha in the past and felt so overwhelmed by all the grades and options available. Some have loads of sugar added. Btw, I love your blog and cookbook. Your recipes has helped bridge the great divide between my vegan diet and my man’s carnivorous ways.

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65 Heidi Kokborg March 12, 2015

This looks amazing!! & I am really starting to crave smoothies again :)

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66 Oh Happy Dane March 12, 2015

Thanks, I saved the recipe – was looking for something green! Hugs from http://www.ohhappydane.com

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67 The Vegan Junction March 12, 2015

What an excellent idea, and I like the ingredients! I can already smell the aroma from the lime!

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68 Julia M March 12, 2015

Tried this tonight! Delicious even without the matcha powder

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69 Chicago Jogger March 12, 2015

This looks like the perfect healthy breakfast for St. Patty’s day! I haven’t tried making a smoothie bowl for the same reasons as you, but might have to break that for this version :)

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70 Karen March 12, 2015
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I tried this recipe this morning and I loved it! I tend to inhale my smoothies too, so I like making them this way! Smoothie bowls are great because you can sit down and enjoy them. Sometimes I find with smoothie bowl recipes that the consistency is just too liquidy. This came out thick and creamy! I used a frozen avocado, which may have helped. I did not use matcha, but this has inspired me to go out and buy some!

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71 Katharine in Brussels March 13, 2015
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Tried this and it was really lovely. The avocado & banana made a silky slightly sweet base–terrific. Mine was with economical frozen avocado and a fresh banana, but even with a Vita-Mix a frozen avocado takes a long time to blend so I chopped it into pieces first. Highly recommended smoothie bowl :) Angela, on the sleep deprivation side, I liked your witty title and with my 2-wo baby I actually thought it said ‘Key’ not ‘Tea’ – it was a growth spurt last night, LOL. Only when I read what you said about the title did I realize you’d made a play on words. Thank goodness for maternity leave!

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72 Donna March 13, 2015

In my experience, matcha is only bitter when the water is too hot. I usually make it with water at 70 degrees. But before I add the matcha to the hot water, I first whisk it in about a tablespoon of room temperature water.

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73 Katie - Conquering Fear Spiritually March 13, 2015

Anything to do with matcha is always good! Looks fabulous- thank you! xx

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74 theflowergals March 13, 2015

This looks so good! We should invite our friends over for an actual “topping party” and have them top their own!!
Thanks for the recipe :)

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75 Rachida March 14, 2015

Oh. My. Word. This looks AMAZING! absolutely going to be trying this for St P’s! Thanks for the post!

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76 Chantal March 14, 2015

It’s been a long time since I’ve been on your site, but many of my favourite staples came from here, so I thought I’d take a fresh look. This one looks amazing, I’m going to try it ASAP!

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77 Lora March 16, 2015
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And I think it’s veru useful :-)

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78 Karen March 15, 2015
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Hi Angela, thank you for this delicious recipe! It is super creamy and I love the lime flavor. I had some matcha tea stashed away that I forgot about so I was glad to find a new use for it. I will definetly be using it more often. I felt so energized after drinking it. Sorry! I did drink it but I’ll make it into a bowl next time. :) It was soo good!!
Thank you for all your delicious recipes!!

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79 Anna March 15, 2015

Just made thus after a long run…. What a treat it was so yummie and refreshing. Think I could be addicted. Thanks Angela .

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80 LauraMD March 15, 2015
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FANTASTIC! I recently moved to Seattle and I was feeling a tad glum about missing my St Paddy’s Day parade in Boston today. Your Green Smoothie Bowl picked me RIGHT up. Thanks, Angela!

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81 Nataasha March 16, 2015

Wow, it looks great on the picture, i’ll definitively try it these days. I hope it’s gluten free, because i only eat gluten free food like these freshnlean.com/weekly-menu/. Thanks for posting :))

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82 Taca @ A Side Of Dessert March 16, 2015

Ah, sooooo delicious! I think I’ll be making it tomorrow morning :)

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83 kristie {birch and wild} March 16, 2015

Tapping party-Amazing! I love the flavor combination of this bowl. It looks incredibly nourishing!

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84 Sarah @ RunningChickago.com March 17, 2015

Your photos are BEAUTIFUL. If the food tastes half as good as it looks, it’ll be amazing :)

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85 Stacy Lingle March 18, 2015

I can’t wait to try this, Angela! Your Happy Digestion Smoothie has been a real hit with a lot of my clients.

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86 Cynthia March 21, 2015
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This was fabulous! I have to admit I am still a little weirded out by the thought of eating a smoothie in a bowl (I don’t know why) so I made it in a class as usual. Didn’t have matcha, but I’m sure it would be even more delicious with! Very tropical.

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87 Brooke March 23, 2015

This was sooooooooo yummy! I’ve been trying to eat more green smoothies since I’ve been pregnant and this definitely hit the spot. I would say it’s my favorite smoothie recipe right now. I can’t get over how much it tastes like the inside of a key lime pie. In fact, I think you could just add less coconut water, double the recipe, and then pour it in a nut crust and you would have key lime pie!

Thanks for sharing. I love your blog!

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88 Stephanie March 23, 2015
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YUM! This tastes like a healthy margarita. Loved it!!!

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89 Hannah March 24, 2015
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I liked this smoothie bowl very much! I made it exactly as the recipe suggested, but added 1 tsp of matcha to get that extra kick. The lime flavour was very prominent so I almost would make it next time with a little less, to let the matcha shine through a bit more. But great blend of flavours and a nice change of pace from the usual green monster I make ;)

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90 Joslin March 28, 2015

Angela- had this bowl for breakfast this morning! It is really good, and very satisfying to my preggo body;-) next time I will definitely garnish with more lime zest (I only used coconut shreds, hemp seeds, & a few crushed nuts), as mine didn’t turn out very tangy. Thanks:-D

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91 Amanda March 29, 2015

Oh wow, I have been on a tea kick lately, this looks amazing! I need to start cooking more with herbal teas, it’s so good! Thanks for the recipe!

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92 Sarah April 1, 2015
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This is absolutely delicious! I’ve made it as a smoothie bowl and I’ve also drank it like a traditional smoothie. I love the combination of lime and matcha! I never would have thought to pair them together, but they make a good couple. Thank you for the great recipe!

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93 Gauri April 5, 2015

Its lovely color made me try this and its amazing.Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Gauri posted….http://www.auraofeternalbeauty.com/2015/04/04/healthy-smoothie-beet-avo-spinach/

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94 Love Low Fat April 5, 2015

I’ve been needing some inspiration for smoothie variations, this looks like heaven! Love the toppings idea too!

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95 Jennifer April 8, 2015
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I love smoothie bowls, so I was excited to try this recipe. I added 2 tbsp of quick oats to give it a “doughy” texture and it was great! I will definitely be making it again :)

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96 Emily April 8, 2015
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This is amazing. I drank it from a straw as a smoothie.

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97 messbyus April 10, 2015

Looks amazing! Definitely on my list to try <3

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98 Alex April 19, 2015
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Hello Angela!

Myself and my boyfriend are HUGE fans of Oh She Glows. Such a beautiful website and we just love your recipes :)

I am the founder of an on-line health academy called Truest Self. We specialise in vegan education, and helping people to eat healthier and live longer.

We are working on a Plant-Based Nutrition program at the moment, and we wondered if we could use some of your amazing food images under our recipe section, in return we can add a photo credit and link to that recipe on your website, plus a link, logo and intro to your work on our partners page. We think that this could be a win-win for both of us and hope to drive lots of traffic to your beautiful site (not that you need the help!).

We are only just starting out and have no food photography expertise (we have tried but wow it’s hard!) so big respect to you and your beautiful photos!

If this sounds like something that could work for you, please take a look around our website and let us know. To say thank you we would like to offer you free membership to all of our on-line courses which can be viewed at http://www.truest-self.com/learn-with-us

Forgive me for contacting you via your comments section as I was unable to find a direct email anywhere.

Thank you SO much for your time and your inspiring work. You rock!!

Much love

Alex

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99 Kristen Corpolongo April 19, 2015

I am excited to try this recipe – I usually make acai bowls, and this is a new and exciting take on a smoothie bowl. The green is so very spring and I’m looking forward to the flavors.

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100 Kim April 23, 2015
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I just made this and I think it is the yummiest thing I have eaten in a long time. Love the melted coconut butter and the lime flavour together! Perfect for post workout.

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101 Linda April 28, 2015
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Great recipe! I just love that there so many recipe for healthy and organic food these days. I guess more people a keeping an eye on their health. I love avocado because it’s packed with nutrients that all good for the body. Good jobs, I’m excited to try more recipes from your website.

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102 Maria Killenaull May 11, 2015

This is gorgeous I made this with my daughter today :-)

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103 Crista May 18, 2015
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OMG OMG OMG this looks AMAZING. I keep seeing recipes with match powder but have yet to use it – this may be the first recipe i use it in!!

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104 Maria May 27, 2015
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I made this yesterday (just in a normal glass) without matcha and it was so phenomenal that I made it again today! As I’m English and don’t really use cups I worked out it’s about half an avocado, a handful of spinach and 175ml coconut water.

I also made the crispy quinoa cakes for dinner yesterday and they were such a success that I made your weekend kale salad for lunch today and have your toffee cinnamon oatmeal bars cooling in the fridge right now! Your taste for flavours is just genius and cooking this food is making me think about moving to a more plant-based diet (currently an omnivore). Thank you so much for all the inspiration.

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105 Oliver Gilbert June 19, 2015

It’s hard to find good macha recipes , this is certainly one!
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106 Arwen June 25, 2015
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Deliciou! I have an old bag of matcha I found in the back of a drawer, and this was a perfect way to use some of it. Didn’t have avocado or coconut water on hand, so I subbed a big spoonful of sunflower seed butter and used half almond milk, half water. Perfect for a hot morning!

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107 The Kitchen Magpie July 9, 2015

I was just looking for green smoothie recipes and found this one in my travels. I had to comment about the breastfeeding hunger – holy Dinah, there is nothing like it! It’s equal to the exhauation the first few months… the gnawing hunger that’s almost constant! Congrats on the newest bundle of joy! (I know, I’m late, I’m late).

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108 sue July 19, 2015

I would appreciate knowing calorie count, including fat content,
carbs, protein.

Please provide! Protein is my breakfast in the morning and carries me
for about 5 hours.

Thanks!

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109 Susie September 10, 2015
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I’m not one to leave comments but I just made this and it was soo good! Satisfyingly sweet and pleasantly tart! I topped mine with raw granola, chia seeds and shredded coconut.
Thanks!

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110 Kirsten October 13, 2015

I just made this for a post workout refresher. I modified it just a tad by not using matcha powder as I do not care for it, and also by adding two soaked dates with the liquid (probably ⅛ cup of soaking liquid). I’m going to top it with a little melted coconut butter and some toasted almonds. It is delish!!! Thank you.

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111 Lori December 1, 2015

You have the BEST recpies!!!! THANK YOU!!!!!

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112 Murphyvan December 2, 2015

RE your Green Tea Lime Pie Smoothie Bowl. Can’t wait to try it. But how ’bout changing the name so it rolls off the tongue a little easier and with more tongue “muscle memory.” I had to practice the existing name several times before my brain easily said TEA LIME PIE. (I lived in Key West for 15 years and make a wonderful not-good-for-you keylimepie. (See! It rolls off your tongue naturally as all one word! LOL!)

Call it … TEA LIME PIE GREEN SMOOTHIE BLEND.

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113 Georgia February 15, 2016

I think this might be the most beautiful smoothing I have EVER seen! I really like the idea of having ‘toppings’ to a smoothie – it makes it feel more like a meal and will hopefully make you snack less as well! Also clever idea to add some ice cubes – I always have to leave my smoothies in the fridge for a while before drinking them, but never thought of this much simpler way! Thanks for the recipe!

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114 Adele February 24, 2016

Made this and doubled the recipe and froze half in popsicle molds and they were an amazingly delicious frozen treat

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115 Barb March 9, 2016

This looks amazing! I usually workout out in the mornings before breakfast. Could I add some SunWarrior protein powder to this to boost the protein?

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116 Sue March 10, 2016
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Oooo that was lovely!

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117 Sabrina March 15, 2016
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I’ve tried the “Green Tea Lime Pie Smoothie Bowl” today and it was delicious! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!!

Greetings from Germany,
Sabrina

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118 Angela Liddon March 17, 2016

Glad you enjoyed it, Sabrina!

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119 Hannah March 23, 2016

I love smoothie bowls.I have just discovered Mighty Matcha Tea. I can’t wait to try this recipe with it!

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120 Anubhav April 23, 2016

Good and Healthy Post!

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121 vi April 26, 2016
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So delicious!!! mmmm!

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122 Emily May 13, 2016
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LOVE this recipe! I devoured it with pineapple, kiwi, shaved coconut and hemp seeds on top! I wanted to make the mint chip green monster but decided to blend (haha) in this recipe and made a mint chip ice cream smoothie bowl using this recipe (omit lime and zest, omit matcha and add mint then top with cocoa nibs) SOOO good! Thanks for the recipes and inspiration!

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123 Sarah June 6, 2016

SO much LOVE for this!! We’d love to send you a pack of ours to try, do you have an email address we can reach you on?

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124 Tania August 21, 2016

Hi Angela ☺️
I have just discovered Matcha and am super excited to try this! I was wondering if it could be converted into a smoorhie (that you drink) for busier days? Love your book and the app! Excited to get my copy of the second book!

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