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Many people are trying the ketogenic diet (“keto”), an approach to weight loss that involves cutting your daily carb intake to just 20 grams of net carbohydrates. The theory is that drastically reducing your carb intake forces your body to change the fuel source it uses for energy. The theory is that, over time, your body enters a state called ketosis, which means it burns fat rather than sugar as its primary energy source. (Keep in mind that you should always talk with your healthcare provider before beginning a new diet.)
The good news is that eating on the keto diet is anything but bland and boring. Avocados, full-fat milk and yogurt, peanut butter, and even sugar-free whipped cream are all a go on the ketogenic diet. Low-carb smoothies are a great way to mix things up as a breakfast replacement, snack, or treat. Plus, they help you get your daily intake of essential vitamins and minerals.
Must-Try Keto Smoothie Recipes
If you’re ready to get a taste of the keto lifestyle or simply looking for some low-carb tasty treats, you’ve come to the right place. We’re smoothie experts, after all. Check out this list of 50 must-try keto smoothie recipes, including some examples of keto-friendly Edible Arrangements® smoothies and other recipes, below.
If you’re looking for a smoothie made with real, whole fruit that’s fresh, never frozen and made with clean ingredients, grab a smoothie from your local Edible Arrangements® store. Create your own keto-friendly version by selecting blueberries, kale, and protein powder for the ultimate keto smoothie that tastes so delicious, you won’t believe it’s diet-friendly.
If you’re dreaming of vacation, head Edible Arrangements® for a keto-friendly smoothie that tastes like the tropics. Choose pineapple (just 10 net carbs per half cup) and kale for a tasty treat that won’t wreck your diet.
Look no further than Edible Arrangements® to curb that chocolate craving. Choose a mocha almond smoothie (hold the carb-heavy banana), a creamy and delicious smoothie that will satisfy your sweet tooth and keep the urge to snack at bay for hours.
This smoothie is jam-packed with protein and healthy fats, yet it’s low in carbohydrates. It also contains lauric acid from coconut milk which helps provide the body with a boost of energy – a necessity as your body adjusts to burning fat.
For a smoothie that looks just as good as it tastes, look no further than this blueberry galaxy smoothie. The “galaxy” effect is thanks to a swirl of full-fat yogurt added in at the end.
Quick and easy to whip up, this smoothie combines strawberries, avocados, and almond milk. The avocados lend a bit of creamy goodness and the berries add a touch of sweetness and vitamin C, all with just seven net carbs.
Looking for a taste of the tropics without leaving the comfort of your own home? Try this tropical keto smoothie made with coconut milk, sour cream, and blueberry, banana, and mango extracts.
This smoothie clocks in at just over four net carbs. It’s creamy and delicious thanks to chia seeds, heavy whipping cream, and cocoa powder.
Raspberries are one of the lowest-carb fruits around. This smoothie combines frozen raspberries and avocado for a thick and creamy treat that everyone will love.
Think you can’t enjoy frozen hot chocolate while on a sugar-free diet? Try this smoothie. It tastes like cheating, but is 100% keto-compliant and packed with healthy vitamins and minerals.
This smoothie is chock-full of healthy fats from the cocoa powder, coconut milk, and macadamia nuts. It’s sure to make you feel full well until your next meal.
With almonds, avocados, cocoa powder and heavy whipping cream, this smoothie is thick and rich just like a milkshake. It’s also reminiscent of a chocolate-covered raspberry truffle candy.
Combining spinach, avocado, roasted flax seeds, and almond milk must create some kind of magic, because this smoothie tastes just like Lucky Charms™ cereal. Enjoy!
If you’re transitioning to the keto diet from a long stretch of eating carb-heavy foods, this smoothie is for you. It’s packed with nutrients from lettuce, pineapple, ginger, cucumber, kiwi, and avocado that are said to help detox your body from carbs.
This filling and delicious breakfast smoothie is a great way to start the day. The recipe recommends soaking the chia seeds for fifteen minutes, which helps boost the bioavailability of the seeds’ nutrients.
Wait, aren’t bananas off limits on the keto diet? This smoothie tastes so much like bananas, your taste buds are sure to be fooled. Instead, banana extract lends all the yummy banana flavor without the carbs.
This pumpkin shake contains all the delicious flavors of fall. It’s also high in protein thanks to the vanilla egg white protein powder, almond milk, and cream cheese.
There’s nothing better than a hot and gooey pull-apart cinnamon roll. This smoothie gives you the delicious taste of your favorite morning treat without the guilt (or the carbs).
This smoothie is packed with healthy protein and fat. It also contains a scoop of collagen peptides, which are said to improve the skin, promote healthy bones, and boost gut health.
Made with real vanilla bean, this smoothie is sure to delight the taste buds. It also contains almond milk, heavy whipping cream, and vanilla stevia.
Horchata is a traditional Mexican drink that’s creamy and slightly sweet made from rice, milk, and cinnamon. This keto version replaces the rice with almonds, but still contains all the authentic flavor.
This smoothie dials back on the carbs and way, way up on the healthy fats, with avocado, MCT oil, collagen powder, and almond butter. Plus, it contains plenty of vitamins and antioxidants from the acai.
Matcha contains the nutritional equivalent of ten cups of green tea. This smoothie combines the antioxidant power of matcha with micro greens powder for a leveled-up beverage packed with vitamins and minerals.
This smoothie combines frozen blueberries and avocado for a delicious and creamy shake. Plus, the recipe contains tons of variations to shake things up, including cayenne powder and cocoa nibs.
This smoothie tastes just like a frozen snickers bar without the carbs. Instead, it’s chock-full of protein powder, peanut butter, cocoa powder, and sugar-free chocolate sauce. Yum!
Cookie dough on the keto diet? This keto-friendly cookie dough shake is packed with cream cheese, unsalted butter, vanilla extract, and maple flavoring, so you don’t have to miss out on the taste of that doughy goodness.
This faux cheesecake smoothie is so tasty, you won’t even miss the carbs. Cream cheese and vanilla protein powder give it the cheesecake flavor, while blueberries lend sweetness.
For a cool and refreshing treat, look no further than this strawberry and mint smoothie. It clocks in at under five net carbs with 30 grams of fat, making it perfectly keto balanced.
With mint, cucumber, and spinach, this keto smoothie is a cool and refreshing quencher. Plus, it contains grass fed whey protein to keep you feeling fuller longer.
This smoothie contains just three ingredients: spinach, strawberries, and heavy whipping cream. You can whip it up in just minutes, making it an easy breakfast or snack on the go.
Also known as “the Fat-Burning Golden Milkshake,” this smoothie has a high fat content to keep you feeling full for hours. The turmeric and ginger give it a subtle kick, extra flavor, and antioxidant nutrients.
Berries contain plenty of fiber and very few carbs, making them a perfect option for anyone on the keto diet. This smoothie contains all your favorite berries in one fruity and filling shake.
This smoothie is a great choice for anyone on the keto diet looking for a tropical twist. Pineapple and coconut come together in a delightful keto-friendly beverage that packs in more than 100% of your daily recommended vitamin C intake.
Smooth and creamy, this chocolate avocado smoothie works just as well for dessert as it does a healthy breakfast. With the inclusion of full-fat coconut milk, it keeps the urge to snack at bay for hours.
This smoothie is vegan, grain free, dairy free, and free of common allergens, all with no added sugars or extra carbs. It combines creamy coconut with almonds and cocoa, making it a filling and delicious snack or meal replacement.
This smoothie contains a ketone supplement that gets you into fat burning mode quickly and easily, especially if you’re just starting out on the keto diet (or jumping back on after a cheat meal). This smoothie also contains a tasty combination of avocado and coconut cream.
Combining healthy fats from MCT oil, chia seeds, and coconut cream, this smoothie is the perfect keto meal replacement. It’s also high in antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, and minerals thanks to naturally low-carb raspberries.
Citrus fruits are some of the best fruits on the keto diet because they’re low in carbs and high in nutrition. This recipe combines lemon and lime juice with avocado, spinach, MCT powder, and collagen powder for a keto super smoothie.
This smoothie contains green bananas, which are a resistant starch and, therefore, allowed on the keto diet. Resistant starches pass through your digestive system untouched, offering plenty of fiber without the insulin spike.
With a delectable blend of cinnamon protein powder, coconut milk, and heavy whipping cream, it’s amazing that this smoothie clocks in at only two net carbs. It’s also rich in healthy fats to keep you feeling satisfied until your next meal.
Cauliflower might not be the first ingredient you’d think to add to a smoothie, but when frozen, it whips up smooth and creamy. This smoothie packs a punch with frozen cauliflower, avocados, almond butter, MCT oil, and protein powder.
This smoothie is packed with healthy fat from egg yolks, full-fat mascarpone cheese, and coconut oil to rev up your metabolism and curb your appetite. At just four net carbs, it’s a perfect keto meal replacement or anytime snack.
This blueberry protein smoothie is packed with protein, but low in carbs. It’s great for a post-workout recovery snack or as a meal all on its own.
With protein powder, chia seeds, MCT oil, and coconut milk, this smoothie makes the perfect meal when you don’t have time to cook. It’s also under five grams of carbs per serving.
This detox smoothie is high in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds from the ginger and turmeric. It also includes coconut milk, which is said to have antifungal and antibacterial properties.
If you’re already closing in on your carb count for the day, even low-carb fruit won’t cut it. That’s why this smoothie is fruit-free and packed with high fat MCT oil, avocado, and spinach for the boost you need to get through the rest of the day.
This is a unique but extremely tasty smoothie. It has just six net grams of carbs and contains a ton of alkaline ingredients that are good for the body, like cauliflower, coconut milk, avocado, mint, cocoa powder, and collagen powder.
This smoothie is high in fat, low in carbs, and adequate in protein, making it perfectly keto balanced. It contains spinach, sunflower seed butter, and avocado for a delicious and keto-approved meal or snack.
This filling, low carb smoothie contains matcha to give you a pick-me-up and peanut butter to lend a little staying power. It’s the perfect keto-friendly breakfast to keep you satisfied until lunch.
Combining healthy fats from coconut milk and avocado with antioxidant nutrients from spinach and lime, this smoothie helps you meet your keto macros and contains a ton of healthy vitamins and nutrients. Plus, you won’t believe how much it tastes just like a slice of key lime pie.
This smoothie contains six simple ingredients: coconut milk, protein powder, ground chia seeds, stevia, dark chocolate, and ice. The recipe also contains a variation for making a rich chocolate pudding – just omit the ice.
Give one (or a few) of these keto smoothies a try to help you stay on track and meet your healthy living goals. Not only are they low in carbohydrates, but they’re super tasty to boot!