Love My Trusty Keto Smoothie Recipe

Your keto smoothie recipe is here!

The other day, a family member expressed a craving for a Shamrock Shake. I wasn’t having the kind of day where I could tolerate driving through the fast food line, and I wasn’t even sure if that particular delicacy was on the menu yet. My go-to keto smoothie recipe, along with a tablespoon of no-sugar peppermint syrup offered a satisfying alternative. My beloved family member even said it tasted delicious!

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My Quick and Versatile Keto Smoothie Recipe

A blender makes this keto smoothie recipe come together in a snap. I like using a little Bullet blender because the container doubles as a drinking vessel. Even better, you can tailor it to your tastes, the ingredients you have stocked, and even your cravings for flavor.


  1. 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk (You can also use another low-carb milk. Sometimes, I plain Greek yogurt, which adds a few more carbs but also, more protein.)
  2. 1/2 cup frozen berries (such as raspberries or blackberries . (I usually keep a bag of frozen berries in the freezer for smoothie emergencies, but you can freeze fresh ones as well.)
  3. 1/4 avocado, peeled and pitted (You can adjust the amount or leave it out to control fat and calories.)
  4. 1 scoop of keto-friendly protein powder (I like to keep vanilla and chocolate on hand, but you’re free to use unflavored protein powder too.)
  5. 1 tablespoon almond butter or peanut butter (Try to find sugar-free, plain varieties. If you’re allergic to these ingredients, feel free to leave them out.)
  6. 1 tablespoon chia seeds or ground flaxseeds (Also, optional)
  7. A pinch of sugar-free sweetener for sweetness (Adjust to taste, and I like allulose best.)
  8. Ice cubes (You may not need them for thickening.)


  1. In a blender, combine the almond milk, frozen berries, avocado, protein powder, almond butter, chia seeds, and sweetener.
  2. Blend the ingredients on high speed until the smoothie reaches a creamy consistency.
  3. If the smoothie is too thick, you can add more almond milk, a little at a time, until you achieve the desired thickness.
  4. If the smoothie is to liquid, add more frozen berries or ice.
  5. Taste the smoothie and adjust sweetness if needed by adding more sweetener.
  6. If you prefer a colder smoothie, add some ice cubes and blend again until smooth.
  7. Pour the smoothie into a glass and enjoy your delicious keto-friendly treat.

Remember to check the nutritional information of your ingredients to ensure they fit within your daily carb limit while following a keto diet. Feel free to customize the recipe by adding other keto-friendly ingredients like spinach, coconut milk, sugar-free syrup, or unsweetened cocoa powder for variation.

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