17 Ketogenic Smoothie Recipes To Wake Up To
Sometimes you just want a smoothie for breakfast, but most smoothies recipes are laden with juice or bananas, so we scoured the internet for some ketogenic smoothie recipes. That way, you can enjoy a quick and nutritious breakfast while staying in ketosis.
As always, different people can take different amounts of carbs in their ketogenic diet, so if you find that you need to take in fewer carbs, then skip the smoothie recipes with cherries and berries (or use less in those recipes).
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17 Ketogenic Smoothie Recipes
This delicious green smoothie uses Amazing Grass greens powder as well as fresh spinach in it. Add in some brazil nuts for its selenium and some almonds for a nutty flavor, and you have a healthy, nutritious and delicious breakfast smoothie.
– 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.
– Delighted Momma
Ingredients: unsweetened vanilla almond milk, strawberries, cinnamon, almonds, chia seeds (optional).
If you are looking for a delightfully crunchy smoothie, then look no further. This strawberry smoothie adds chia seeds and almonds to put a slight crunch in your drink. You can find vanilla almond milk in many grocery stores, but if you’re having trouble finding it then you can use regular unsweetened almond milk and just add a dash of unsweetened vanilla extract to it.
– That Paleo Couple
Ingredients: cucumber, lemon, avocado, kale, water.
This super easy to make smoothie is chock full of vitamins and minerals the body needs and has a taste that is superb. With cucumber, avocado, lemon and kale, this drink is slightly tangy but super yummy.
– Swiss Paleo
Ingredients: egg, water or coconut milk or almond milk, fruit (mix of berries), fresh spinach, avocado.
The concept for this ketogenic smoothie recipe is great – it’s a super easy but still great-tasting beverage that you can make as you roll out of bed.
– I Breathe I’m Hungry
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Ingredients: filtered water, romaine lettuce, fresh pineapple, fresh parsley, fresh ginger, raw cucumber, kiwi fruit, avocado, granulated sugar substitute.
If you are looking for a nutritious and delicious smoothie to replace eating actual salads, then look no further. This low carb smoothie takes your salad and mixes it with kiwi and pineapple to make a super yummy alternative. No more having to waste time sitting and eating your salad, now you can drink it on the go without giving up great taste.
– Anya 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 smoothie is not only delicious, but super quick and easy to make. Simply take your ingredients and blend.
– 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 smoothie that offers a great taste and loads of health benefits.
– 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 smoothie 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.
– 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, tasty and healthy.
– 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 smoothie made out of both with coconut milk! This delicious treat will definitely curb that craving for sweets without being overwhelmingly sweet itself.
– 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 smoothie recipe mixes the age-old flavors of chocolate and cherries while being dairy and sugar free.
– Booze & Baking
Ingredients: milk or milk substitute, avocado, chia seeds, protein powder, gelatin (optional), sweetener, coconut oil (liquified), ice, cacao nibs.
While this smoothie is a bit more than just throwing the ingredients into a blender and mixing, it is worth the extra work. Avocado and chia seeds soaked in milk or milk substitute create a thick and creamy texture for this drink. This ketogenic smoothie recipe makes a great treat for breakfast, lunch or anytime.
If you’re feeling like something light and refreshing when you wake up, then this is a great smoothie for cleansing your palate and hydrating your body. This is also perhaps the easiest of all 17 ketogenic smoothie recipes in this post.
– Martyna Angell 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 green smoothie that gives your body a boost, especially after a workout.
– The Fitchen
Ingredients: red cabbage, red bell pepper, roma tomato, strawberries, raspberries, cold water, ice cube (optional).
This very red smoothie is chock full of nutritious and delicious ingredients that have all kinds of health benefits. Strawberries, raspberries, roma tomatoes, red cabbage and red bell pepper make this a superb beverage for any time of the day. Of all the ketogenic smoothie recipes, this is the one that seems most interesting – red cabbage, pepper and tomatoes are not ingredients you typically find in any smoothie recipes.
– 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 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.
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