This gorgeous, and DELICIOUS, energizing smoothie just may be my new go-to morning pick-me-up! This drink will give your body the nutrients and energy to stay up and going all day long; but it’s almost too pretty to drink! Almost…
As mentioned in one of my previous posts, my son has been sick for the past few weeks with a cold; and us parent’s are well aware of this simple formulation: Sick baby=NO SLEEP. And if you don’t know that formula, but you’re planning on having kids, then get familiar with it.
Needless to say, last Saturday morning, this whole no-sleep thing was catching up to me… BADLY. I am currently what I like to call, a “Mombie”, Mom+Zombie (get familiar with that term too!) This smoothie was SUCH a life saver for me though! It normally takes about 2 dump trucks full of caffiene to even phase me, but for some reason, when I drank this around 12 pm, I was so charged and energized by the time my son woke up from his nap! In fact, I think my son was having a hard time trying to keep up with ME!
All the fruits, hidden spinach, and matcha powder team up to make a super energizing drink that you can feel good about drinking. Plus, it makes you look like you are a professional mixologist when you come to the table with this beauty.
(Seriously, don’t tell her I said that!)
Blend the 2 smoothies separately, then pour each of the finished smoothies into seperate glasses. Get out your serving glasses, and pour in both smoothies at the same time from opposite sides.
The reason why I don’t just blend everything into 1 smoothie, is becasue If I were to mix green spinach with red berries, I’d end up with a greenish-brown smoothie.
And who wants their morning smoothie to look like my child’s morning poop?
Too graphic? Well, now that you’ve lost your appetite, feel free to drop off your smoothies to my house. I’d be more than happy to finish it off for you 😉 Enjoy!
And as always, I used Ceremonial Matcha Powder from Full Leaf Tea Company for this recipe, and all the recipes below! You can buy it online HERE, Or try out one of their many other kinds of matcha powders!
This post was sponsored by Full Leaf Tea Company, however all thoughts and opinions expressed are 100% my own.
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