We love low carb smoothies for multiple reasons. They are flavorful and packed full of nutrients. They take under 5 minutes to make from start to finish, and they’re a perfect grab and go drink!
How do you make a low carb smoothie?
Chances are you are probably asking yourself this question, right? The trick with making a low carb or keto smoothie, is not using a lot of fruit in your smoothie.
The problem with using fruit in your smoothies is, they are high in carbs. Use ingredients that are high in fiber to help your digestive process. If you can sneak in ingredients that are also high in protein or use a protein powder, double win!
When adding liquid to thin out your smoothie, use unsweetened milks, coconut milk, water or even ice to keep the carb count to a minimum.
Are smoothies good for a keto diet?
In short, the answer is YES! You can pack a lot of your daily protein and fiber in one drink while staying away from those carbs. Here’s a list of some great ingredients to use in your low carb smoothies:
- berries (strawberry, rapsberry, blueberry, blackberry)
- greek yogurt
- coconut milk
- unsweetened almond milk
- flax or chia seeds
- protein powder
- peanut butter
Whether you’re new to a keto diet or you’re simply looking for new smoothie recipes that also happen to be healthy, you’re covered! You are going to find the best low carb smoothie recipes that are on the web.
Do you enjoy cilantro and avocado with a little lime juice? If so, you are going to become addicted to this super popular Green Keto Smoothie.
If you are dairy free, it’s hard to enjoy a good low carb smoothie recipe because a lot of these recipe use a unsweetened milk. This low carb smoothie recipe happens to use water and lime juice to thin out the consistency.
Need a quick breakfast for getting yourself out the door in the morning? This Low Carb Strawberry Smoothie recipe is made with just 4 simple ingredients!
Green Tea Smoothies are often packed full of sugars because they lack sweetness. But, this green tea smoothie uses stevia drops and unsweetened coconut milk to save you on those carbs!
Here’s another low carb dairy free smoothie recipe that doesn’t disappoint and a perfect smoothie recipe for making on the go. Make and take in the same cup to save even more time!
Berry Mini Cheesecake Smoothies, from Cotter Crunch
These Berry Mini Cheesecake Smoothies are packed with protein, wholesome ingredients, and there’s even a vegan option. If you can’t find unsweetened peanut butter, use peanut butter powder to keep it keto-friendly.
Dark Chocolate Protein Smoothie, from My Life Cookbook
This keto smoothie is so incredibly thick, rich, and chocolaty, you may think you’re drinking from a chocolate fountain!
Mint Chocolate Green Smoothie, from Food Faith Fitness
This green smoothie recipe is PACKED with protein and nutrients, but it tastes like a mint chocolate chip milkshake! To keep it keto-friendly, use sugar-free chocolate chips, and swap out the agave for stevia.
Raspberry Cheesecake Smoothie, from Step Away from the Carbs
Cheesecake lovers rejoice! Now you can enjoy all of the deliciousness of raspberry cheesecake in a healthy smoothie. Sugar free, LCHF, and keto recipe.
Watermelon Smoothie Recipe, from Joy Filled Eats
This Watermelon Smoothie is the most refreshing summer beverage you will ever try. And, yes, it really is low carb and keto!
Low Carb Blueberry Smoothie, from Simply So Healthy
This fast and easy smoothie has some healthy fats, a touch of protein, and some blueberry antioxidants for good measure. It can be part of a low-carb, keto, Atkins, diabetic, gluten-free, or Banting diet.
The Best Low Carb Green Smoothie, from Delighted Mama
Do you enjoy having spinach in your smoothie? If so, this recipe is for you! If you are missing a little sweetness, simply add in a handful of frozen strawberries or blueberries!
Low Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie, from Is This Really My Life
When the chocolate craving hits and you are needing to feel full from a smoothie this Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie recipe is what you’ll want to create in your kitchen. Plus, you could freeze this smoothie recipe and take out at night for a treat that tastes like a frosty!
Salted Caramel Pumpkin Smoothie, from My Life Cookbook
This low carb smoothie has all of the flavors of fall. It’s the perfect treat for a healthy snack or dessert.
McKeto Strawberry Shake, from Ruled.Me
Who says you can’t enjoy your favorite restaurants when you’re eating low carb? This milkshake tastes like the folks at the golden arches made it themselves!
Wanting a out of the ordinary smoothie? This smoothie recipe is a low carb version of a popular Diary Queen treat!
Keto Blueberry Cheesecake Smoothie, from Butter Together Kitchen
This Keto Blueberry Cheesecake Smoothie is thick, rich, creamy, and absolutely delicious. Blend one of these up for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert!
Cocoa Coconut Cream Milkshake, from Cotter Crunch
This low carb shake recipe, full of healthy coconut cream and unsweetened chocolate cocoa, will fuel your body for the day!
Low Carb Tropical Smoothie, from Ruled.Me
This coconut milk smoothie will have you feeling like you’ve been whisked away to a tropical island! It’s incredibly thick and rich.
No-Sugar Kale Coconut Shake, from Always Order Dessert
Do you enjoy kale? If so, grab a bunch from your refrigerator and recreate this kale smoothie recipe. This shake recipe uses fresh ingredients and doesn’t disappoint.
Now my question to you is, which of these Keto Low Carb Smoothies will you be making first?