Keto smoothies Recipes
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Smoothies (or shakes) make amazing Keto breakfasts. They’re fast to make, filling to drink, and taste so yummy. Some Keto smoothies can literally taste like a milkshake!
But perhaps the best thing about Keto smoothies is that you can customize them to make them your own.
Every great Keto smoothie needs these 5 ingredients:
So, definitely scroll down and make one of our many Keto smoothie recipes below, but also experiment and create your own by following these 5 simple steps:
Step 1: Choose Your Keto Smoothie Base Liquid
Always add your liquid into your blender first. This means less of your smoothie ingredients will get stuck to the blender sides.
The best options should help make the smoothie creamier (so go for options with higher fat if possible). But stay away from sugary options like orange juice as they’ll kick you out of ketosis fast.
Here are some of our favorite dairy-free Keto smoothie base options:
Step 2: Add In Keto Fats For Extra Creaminess
While this is technically an optional step, doing this will really help to boost your healthy Keto fat intake as well as make your smoothie even more delicious.
Are bananas Keto?
Traditionally, smoothies have used bananas to create that smooth creamy texture without dairy products. But unfortunately, bananas are not Keto because they are too high in carbs for smoothies.
My favorite Keto smoothie ingredient….is Avocados!
But luckily, you can add in ripe avocados to create that creaminess without the extra carbs.
Avocados are full of monounsaturated fats as well as fiber to help bulk up your keto smoothie.
Other Keto fats to add into your smoothies:
Here are some of other fats to add into your low carb smoothies:
Step 3. Decide Your Smoothie Flavor
One of the best things about smoothies is you can make them into your favorite flavors. There are soooo many options. Some basic flavor ingredients include:
If you’re adding in any fruits, then make sure you take into account the carbs in fruits.
Don’t forget that certain spices add more than just flavor to your Keto drinks:
Step 4. Load Your Keto Smoothie with More Nutrients
Most people stop at step 3, and that’s fine, but you could be adding a ton more nutrients into your Keto diet without spending hours cooking.
Here are some of the nutrients we like to add into our Keto smoothie recipes:
Step 5. Decorate with toppings
Ever look at the Instagram and Facebook smoothie photos people post? They always look so amazing right? Well, that’s because they decorate the smoothie with colorful toppings.
And you can do the same! Here are a few of our favorite Keto smoothie toppings:
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Pick an ingredient from each of the lists above and create your own custom Keto smoothie recipe! Or pick one of our tried and tested favorites below.
And don’t forget, smoothies don’t have to be drunk out of a glass! Check out our matcha smoothie bowl recipe for a great way to enjoy Keto smoothies with a spoon.
And if you don't want to create your own, then check out this video for a quick and easy low carb Keto smoothie recipe:
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Here are some of our favorite Keto smoothie recipes from around the web:
Check out the quick video for a preview of the smoothies here…
Or click on the links below to jump straight down.
- Easy Morning Green Smoothie
- Lemon Ginger Green Smoothie
- Matcha Collagen Smoothie
- Low Carb Chocolate Almond Smoothie
- Low Carb Strawberry Crunch Smoothie
- Coconut Cherry Vanilla Smoothie
- Blueberry Power Shake
- Low Carb Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie (Contains Dairy)
- Keto Lemon Coconut Smoothie
If you click or tap any of the links above, it will instantly take you to the recipe below. Or download the entire list by click on the green button below.
Dairy-Free Low Carb Green Smoothies
– That Paleo Couple
Ingredients: cucumber, lemon, avocado, kale, water.
This super easy to make recipe is chock full of vitamins and minerals the body needs and has a taste that is superb. With cucumber, avocado, lemon and kale, this keto-friendly drink is slightly tangy but super yummy.
– I Breathe, I’m Hungry
Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Ingredients: filtered water, romaine lettuce, fresh pineapple, fresh parsley, fresh ginger, raw cucumber, kiwi fruit, avocado, granulated sugar substitute.
You can’t beat starting your morning with a low carb drink that will fill you with all of the energy you need to get going. This yummy keto breakfast smoothie recipe mixes the sweetness of pineapple with a pop of ginger and creamy avocado to give you the ultimate flavor experience!
– Popular Paleo
Ingredients: baby spinach, kombucha tea, coconut milk, avocado, frozen mixed organic berries, grass-fed collagen, chia seeds.
Kombucha tea is a great source of probiotics. Add in some healthy spinach, avocado and berries and you will have this probiotic drink recipe that offers a great taste and loads of health benefits.
– Fed and Fit
Ingredients: kale, cilantro, fresh ginger root, lemon, cucumber.
Fresh greens, herbs and ginger make this delightful and beneficial beverage. With lemon and cucumber, it’s like a salad in a cup – a very tasty and healthy recipe.
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: celery, cucumber, lime, water, ice.
If you’re feeling like something light and refreshing when you wake up, then this is a great drink for cleansing your palate and hydrating your body. This is also perhaps one of the easiest smoothies in this post.
– Wholesome Cook
Ingredients: ice, cucumber, celery stalk, romaine lettuce leaf, lime, green powder, ginger powder, turmeric powder, water.
Cucumber, celery, romaine lettuce, and lime make this beverage a wonderfully Keto green smoothie that gives your body a boost, especially after a workout.
– Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: avocado, coconut milk, almond milk, sweetener, mint, cilantro, lime, vanilla, ice.
Don’t get bored with Keto green smoothies! There are a ton of variations and Lisa’s recipe is refreshing and packed with nutrients. Don’t omit the avocado in this drink – it makes the smoothie thicker and creamier.
– The Castaway Kitchen
Ingredients: cauliflower florets, collagen, matcha, vanilla extract, stevia (optional), water, coconut milk, chia seeds, dark chocolate, coconut oil, shredded coconut (optional).
Wow – just take a look at the ingredients in this powerhouse low carb shake. You know you’ll be starting the day on a great note if you drink one of these.
Dairy-Free Ketogenic Chocolate Smoothies
– Ditch The Carbs
Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs
Ingredients: frozen berries of choice, coconut cream, spinach, cocoa powder, granulated sweetener of choice.
Enjoy a fruity but also chocolatey beverage with this easy low carb recipe. And you might as well sneak in a bit of spinach while you’re at it for added nutrition!
– Primal Toad
Ingredients: almond milk, ice, stevia, almond butter, cacao powder, avocado.
This is one creamy and chocolatey shake. Avocado, almond milk, and almond butter all help to make it thick and creamy, almost like a good milkshake. So give this Keto shake a try if you’ve been missing a creamy drink.
Dairy-Free Low Carb Fruity Smoothies
– Delighted Momma
Ingredients: unsweetened vanilla almond milk, strawberries, cinnamon, almonds, chia seeds (optional).
If you’re looking for a fruity low carb breakfast smoothie, then this one is for you. With sweet, sweet strawberry and a hint of spicy cinnamon, this drink should give you the satisfaction you’re looking for.
– Swiss Paleo
Ingredients: egg, water or coconut milk or almond milk, fruit (mix of berries), fresh spinach, avocado.
The concept for these ketogenic smoothies is great – it’s a super easy but still great-tasting beverage that you could even make as you roll out of bed!
– Anya’s Eats
Ingredients: nut milk, strawberries, coconut manna, chia seed, shredded coconut (optional).
Coconut and strawberries are a great combination for a sweet and nutritious treat. With only five simple ingredients, this recipe is not only delicious, but a super quick and easy recipe to make. Simply take your ingredients and blend.
– Everyday Maven
Ingredients: coconut milk, water, vanilla powder, ground sea salt, frozen organic sweet cherries, ice cubes.
What could possibly taste better than cherries and vanilla? A Ketogenic shake made out of both with coconut milk! This delicious treat will definitely curb that craving for sweets without being overwhelmingly sweet itself.
– The Fitchen
Ingredients: red cabbage, red bell pepper, roma tomato, strawberries, raspberries, cold water, ice cube (optional).
You might not have considered popping a bit of red cabbage in your smoothies, but this recipe is a must! With the deepest hues around, this colorful Keto drink is sure to grab your attention and everyone else’s.
– Satisfying Eats
Ingredients: coconut milk, blueberries or strawberries, stevia, vanilla extract, virgin coconut oil (optional but recommended), gelatin (optional but recommended), ice cubes.
This power shake recipe is super easy to make and only has a few ingredients, making it a great beverage for those in a hurry. It has a great taste while ensuring you will get your daily dose of healthy fats.
– Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: frozen strawberries, unsweetened coconut milk, almond butter, stevia.
Low carb smoothies can be really simple – like this one. It’s filled with healthy fats as well as delicious strawberry flavors. And all you have to do is dump it and blend.
– Fat For Weight Loss
Ingredients: coconut milk, blueberries, vanilla essence, MCT oil, whey protein powder (optional).
MCT oil is often touted as fantastic for boosting your ketone levels. So why not add it into your morning Keto breakfast smoothies and shakes! This blueberry delight will definitely tempt you into adding this healthy fat to your morning beverage.
– Wholesome Yum
Ingredients: frozen strawberries, unsweetened almond milk, avocado, erythritol.
Frozen berries are fantastic to add into your Ketogenic smoothies. You save the hassle of having to add in extra ice cubes to chill your drink. Just make sure not to add too much as they do add additional net carbs into your low carb diet.
Other Keto Smoothies (Including Recipes With Dairy)
– The Blenderist
Ingredients: coconut milk, almond milk or milk of choice, ice cubes, avocado, beet, cocoa or cacao powder, vanilla, Stevia.
This yummy smoothie might get its color from beets, but with the avocado and cocoa powder, it sure doesn’t taste like it. And the best part is that it doesn’t require high carb bananas for its smoothness. The avocado does it instead – all while providing healthy fats.
– Forest and Fauna
Ingredients: avocado, coconut milk, baby spinach, fresh key lime juice, lime zest, vanilla extract, sweetener.
Avocado, fresh spinach and key lime juice make up this great recipe that tastes just like a key lime pie. Add some coconut milk and coconut flakes and you have a tropical drink that is not only truly delicious, but extra nutritious. A true drinkable dessert!
– Breaking Muscle
Ingredients: coconut milk, ripe avocado, cacao powder, frozen cherries, turmeric, filtered water, ice cubes.
If you’re looking for a chocolate fix that won’t break your diet and tastes great, then look no further. This Keto smoothie recipe mixes the age-old flavors of chocolate and cherries while being dairy-free and sugar-free.
– Booze and Baking
Ingredients: milk or milk substitute, avocado, chia seeds, protein powder, gelatin (optional), sweetener, coconut oil (liquified), ice, cacao nibs.
Low carb smoothies are a thing of beauty, especially when you add the creaminess of avocado to the mix. Chia seeds help to thicken up the consistency and add added nutrients to this delicious Ketogenic drink.
– Peace, Love, and Low Carb
Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb
Ingredients: cold brew coffee, almond milk, Rootz Paleo Chocolate Banana Nut Protein Powder, ice cubes.
Smoothies are a super way to get extra nutrients into your diet and adding protein powder can be a really great idea. This Keto cold brew coffee recipe makes a wonderful start to the day – you’ll be skipping out of the door!
– All Day I Dream About Food
Ingredients: frozen raspberries, Greek yogurt, freshly squeezed lemon juice, sweetener of choice, cream cheese, lemon zest, water, ice.
If you do well with dairy products, then this is a fantastic low carb shake recipe to try. It’s delicious creamy as well as filled with flavor from the frozen raspberries and the lemon zest.
– I Breathe, I’m Hungry
Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Ingredients: unsweetened nut milk, collagen peptides, almond butter, golden flax meal, cinnamon, liquid stevia, almond extract, salt, ice cubes.
You can’t help but lust after this yummy Keto breakfast shake after seeing Mellissa’s photos. And she’s boosted the nutrition in this morning drink by adding in collagen peptides (a great source of nutrition).
– Tri Holistic Nutrition
Ingredients: lemon, baby spinach, raw pumpkin or sunflower seeds, coconut milk, water, protein powder.
Start your day on a high note with this Ketogenic drink. It’s like drinking lemon and coconut water in the morning – refreshing, nutritious, and energy boosting.
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