Make a Healthy Matcha Peach lassi in 3 simple steps

matcha peach lassi

Matcha Peach Lassi


I am sure you have heard of Sweet lassi and Salty lassi- but have you ever heard of  Matcha Peach Lassi! This is an easy to make healthy lassi. Let’s see how to make it. Just follow the quick steps below

Ingredients – (2 servers)

1.5 cup frozen peach slices
1.5 cup plain full-fat yogurt
1/2 cup water
1/3 cup honey
1/2 tsp matcha

Method –

1. Blend all ingredients until smooth, about 30 – 40 seconds.
2. Serve with a sprinkle of matcha and diced peaches.
3. Drink, smile, and laugh at yourself.
A refreshing, vibrant and tasty looking yogurt drink.
Let’s have a look at the ingredients and the reasons to enjoy this innovative healthy lassi.


via – Hale Groves
Peaches are good sources of antioxidants Vitamin C and beta carotene; dietary fiber, potassium, niacin; are low on calories. They are high on bioactive compounds like lutein and zeaxanthin.


via – Medical News Today
Matcha is a Japanese finely ground green tea and is a versatile ingredient.
It’s perfect to compliment your fitness regime.
Matcha is loaded with antioxidant catechins (ECGC) thus improves metabolism, detoxifies the body, increases endurance, boosts immunity and memory, reduces stress.


via – The Spruce Eats
Yogurt is a good source of calcium, Vitamin D, protein and B vitamins like Riboflavin and Vitamin B12.
It’s light and easy to digest. Yogurt can be a great post workout meal soothing the stressed muscles or as a low-calorie snack.
This probiotic improves the gut and soothes the inflamed digestive system. It’s an immunity booster and helps build strong bones.
This is an ideal drink for fitness freaks, health conscious people. You can grab it after a heavy workout or simply to relax and cool off the summer heat. This lassi is suitable for children and adults alike. So, what are you waiting for? Try this today!


Please check for lactose intolerance before consuming this lassi. You can replace the dairy yogurt with soya milk yogurt in case of dairy/ lactose intolerance.
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A nutrition advocate and food lover, Prachi Bohora is a Registered Dietitian with Masters in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics. She is a Certified Diabetes Educator by International Diabetes Federation, Certified Nutrigenomic Counsellor and a UGC-NET qualified lecturer. She is owner and director of “Nourishia”, offering nutrition counseling and consulting services to individuals, families and businesses. ( She is a writer, speaker and consultant amongst others with 8 years of experience. Passionate about nutrition and a strong believer in the power of foods, she translates current scientific evidence into practical lifestyle advice and educates and motivates clients of all ages to reach their health and fitness goals. Her areas of expertise include childhood and adult obesity, diabetes, medical nutrition therapy (diet in different disorders and diseases) and corporate nutrition. Her motto: “Life is stressful; your diet shouldn’t have to be!” Eat.Live.Love.Nourish.