Matcha, the intensely green glowing powder that is obtained from the grated leaves of the green tea plant Tencha, is considered the ultimate superfood. Usually, it is prepared very simply as follows: You mix some hot water with the matcha powder and then use a bamboo whisk to whip it up to make matcha tea. The result: a very healthy, if quite bitter tea. The variant of the matcha bowl, on the other hand, lets you start the day optimally with more sweetness - that's why it is also considered the perfect breakfast meal. Matcha powder is generally said to have a particularly health-promoting effect...
The perfect alternative to tea is a fruity-sweet Matcha Bowl, for which the powder is mixed with yogurt and honey and refined with granola and fruit.
Matcha is said to have numerous health effects. Vitamins A, B, C, and E strengthen the immune system and accelerate the healing of inflammation. The powder helps with weight loss and is even said to prevent diseases. Another advantage: You can do without your morning coffee, as matcha contains caffeine, about as much per serving as an espresso.
Mix the ingredients with a whisk until creamy. Enrich the yoghurt according to personal preferences - for example with granola, fruits (e.g. banana, mango, papaya, strawberry, or blueberries), desiccated coconut, chocolate chips, and nuts.