A delicious keto milkshake with the decadent combination of peanut butter and chocolate. It’s a creamy beverage that’s dairy free and low carb.
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This chocolate peanut butter milkshake is easily whipped up in less than a minute, so it can be ready any time you want a little sweet treat. Plus, it’s sugar free and gluten free, which means it can be enjoyed guilt free!
There are lots of great low carb recipes for smoothies and protein powder drinks out there, but sometimes you don’t want a smoothie or healthy tasting shake – you want the tempting flavors of chocolate syrup and ice cream.
But you also want your keto chocolate shake to be sugar free, nourishing to your body, and totally satisfying which means no icky bloating or carb hangover later.
And that’s what is so awesome about the keto diet; you can have your cake and eat it, too! Or in this case, have your milkshake and drink it, too.
Ingredients In The Chocolate Peanut Butter Keto Shake
So what all do you need to make this delightful shake?
Unsweetened Coconut Milk
You might be wondering why coconut milk? After all, isn’t almond milk keto? Well, you can use either. If you don’t have coconut milk, go right ahead and swap it out for almond milk or even hemp milk.
However, coconut milk is just a little creamier so it’s got more of that classic milkshake texture you’re looking for. You don’t need to use coconut cream here…although you certainly could, if you were aiming for an even thicker shake.
Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
Not all cocoa powder is sugar free, so just check your labels. You can use regular or dark cocoa powder here, depending on your flavor preferences.
Unsweetened peanut butter powder (or unsweetened peanut butter)
There are all kinds of nut butters, powders, and low carb protein powders you can use when making a keto smoothie recipe.
But this is not merely a smoothie; it’s a decadent, creamy, chocolate and peanut butter treat…that’s healthy enough for your low carb breakfast and yummy enough for dessert.
I first tried making this peanut butter chocolate milkshake with both peanut butter powder and regular peanut butter. However, the powder is much easier to blend in, so that’s what I like to use.
Be cautious of the PB2 powdered peanut butter because it contains sugar.
Sticking with the real deal here is part of what makes this keto milkshake so intensely flavorful. But you could swap it out for other nut butters if you have a peanut allergy and still like that chocolate nutty flavor mix!
Never be afraid to make a recipe work for you.
SweetLeaf stevia drops
A lot of people glance right over salt, or skip it on purpose because they think that little pinch of it is unnecessary.
However, it really makes a difference…especially in recipes with low carb sweeteners and/or chocolate.
That little pinch of salt diminishes any aftertaste you might notice from stevia and sugar alcohols. It also gives the chocolate more depth of flavor. So don’t skip out on the pinch of sea salt in this keto shake!
Tips For The Best Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake
This is one of those really easy recipes. I wasn’t kidding when I promised you could enjoy it in about one minute.
All you do is put the ingredients into your blender, add ice, and blend until smooth. That’s it! The ingredients do all the work for you of making things thick and creamy and delicious.
Want a thicker shake? Learn how to make a thick milkshake that’s low carb.
Serve & Enjoy Your Keto Shake
Once you whip it up, you’re ready to enjoy it! You can serve it up in a chilled mason jar with a dollop of whipped cream or pour it into your favorite on the go cup with a straw.
You can double the batch and share with a friend easily enough, too. It’s a simple recipe that you can enjoy any time you please.
This keto milkshake has less than 3 net grams of carbs, protein, and lots of healthy fat, making it hearty enough to drink as a breakfast smoothie or snack to tide you over until your next meal. And it hits all the happy places your taste buds have!
Other Low Carb Peanut Butter Chocolate Recipes
You might also enjoy trying this dairy-free fudge. It’s so yummy and makes a great grab-and-go snack or an impressive holiday treat for company.
One of my personal favorites is this easy no bake chocolate peanut butter pie, but be warned that everyone is going to want you to share. They won’t even realize it’s low carb! This peanut butter chocolate cake is also really good, but you will have to turn on your oven to make it.
Printable Keto Milkshake Recipe
Chocolate and peanut butter are a pairing made in heaven, and it’s so awesome to be able to eat well and follow a “diet” that not only allows but also seems to celebrate these types of indulgences. You never have to feel deprived; isn’t it great?
While all of these other chocolate peanut butter treats are great, this simple keto shake is the quickest, easiest one to whip up. What’s your favorite shake flavor?
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Peanut Butter Chocolate Keto Milkshake
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- Place all ingredients in blender.
- Blend until well combined and frothy.
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