An easy-to-make strawberry avocado smoothie that's low carb, paleo, and keto-friendly. It's also dairy-free but tastes so creamy, you'd never know!
Why you'll love it
You are going to love how sweet and creamy this strawberry smoothie is - and the fact that there are only 4 grams net carbs in each glass.
This low-carb smoothie tastes like an indulgent dessert. Every sip is bright and sweet. It's not just delicious - it is good for you too! The strawberries are full of vitamin C and lots of healthy dietary fiber too.
You'll also love how easy it is to make this strawberry avocado smoothie. It's just a blend of frozen berries, avocado, coconut milk, lime, stevia, and ice.
This smoothie is a quick snack that gives you a boost of extra fat. Healthy fats are vital to the keto diet. They help you feel full and keep your body in fat-burning mode.
It is a sweet blend of strawberries and avocado, a fantastic part of a healthy breakfast. It's naturally gluten-free, so you can still enjoy it even if you aren't on the keto diet.
There are just a handful of easy ingredients in this strawberry avocado smoothie recipe. Here's a bit more information about what I used.
Obviously, you'll need some strawberries for this delicious strawberry smoothie recipe.
I used frozen strawberries because they blended in with the ice better. If you use fresh strawberries, you might want to add a few more ice cubes.
Avocado is a fantastic source of healthy fats. It also makes this smoothie recipe extra creamy too.
Use unsweetened coconut milk for the best flavor and consistency.
A little lime juice makes the smoothie taste sweeter and fresher. For the best results, use fresh lime.
Sweeten the smoothie recipe with your favorite type of sweetener. I used two Stevia packets.
To make it a frozen smoothie, you'll need to add plenty of ice cubes.
Please note: Check out the recipe card at the bottom for a full list of ingredients used to make this low-carb recipe.
- Use a high-powered blender. Since you are going to blend ice with the rest of the ingredients, you'll need to use one that is powerful enough.
- Choose bright red strawberries. Strawberries that aren't ripe won't be as sweet, so look for bright ripe red berries. Fresh or frozen will work.
- Adjust milk amount. Add just a little bit of milk if you want it thicker. Add more milk to thin it down.
There are just a few really simple steps involved - you'll have a strawberry avocado smoothie in no time at all!
Blend the ingredients
It takes only a couple of minutes to whip up this delicious smoothie.
Just dump all the ingredients into the blender and give it a whirl until it looks nicely blended.
Adjust the smoothie consistency
Make sure that it is as thick or as thin as you want it to be. You might have to add more or less milk to get it how you want it.
️ Serving suggestions
Anytime is a perfect time to drink this strawberry avocado smoothie.
If you will drink it for your breakfast, add some protein, like a few egg bites or egg muffins. They are portable breakfasts you can take with you as you go about your day.
This strawberry smoothie is also perfect as a post-workout snack. To help your muscles recover, add a high-protein snack, like some protein pancakes.
This keto-friendly smoothie will also taste delicious with some light and crispy coconut flour cookies.
Or, eat a fresh spinach strawberry salad on the side for a fiber and nutrition boost!
There are many different ways you can make this strawberry avocado smoothie.
Use unsweetened almond milk instead of coconut milk. If you do, you might want to add some vanilla extract to enhance the flavor.
You can also add a few pieces of frozen banana to it. Just be careful with how much banana you add because it's a high-carb fruit.
Some heavy cream will kick up the creamy texture of this incredible smoothie.
Don't forget to add some fun garnishes on top! A few strawberry slices are a great addition to your smoothie glass.
Before we get to the printable recipe card, here are some questions people often ask about how to make it.
I suggest using either a granular or liquid sweetener. Check out all of your options for sweetener alternatives in this keto sweetener conversion calculator.
If you follow the recipe card exactly, you will make enough for two smoothies. It's important to know this so that you double the carb amounts and calorie count if you drink both servings.
Sure, this will taste delicious with blueberries. I suggest using fewer blueberries because they are higher in carbs than strawberries.
Sure, this is a freezer-friendly recipe. The easiest way to freeze a smoothie is to blend it all together and then place it in an ice cube tray.
Then, when you want to make another smoothie, just blend the smoothie ice cubes with a splash of coconut or almond milk.
If you enjoyed this strawberry avocado smoothie, here are some more delicious smoothie recipes and low-carb drinks you should make next. They are some of my favorites!
- Raspberry Avocado Smoothie has a lot of similar ingredients, but the flavors are a bit tangier and even a little sweeter.
- Coconut Milk Strawberry Smoothie is a lot like this recipe but uses almond butter for a fun twist that a lot of people prefer.
- Keto Green Smoothie is also made with high-fat avocado and a few surprising and healthy ingredients you will love.
- Low-Carb Matcha Green Tea Smoothie will give you an energy boost and much-needed refreshment.
- Sugar-Free Milkshake isn't exactly a smoothie, but it's a creamy frozen drink that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
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Strawberry Avocado Smoothie
- 75 grams frozen strawberries about ⅔ cup
- 1 medium avocado
- 1 ½ cups coconut milk use the one in carton for fewer calories/carbs
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 2 stevia packets or 2 teaspoons sugar equivalent
- ½ cup ice more or less
- Place all ingredients into blender.
- Blend until smooth.
Low Carb Sweeteners | Keto Sweetener Conversion Chart
Array ( [serving_size] => 0.5 [calories] => 165 [carbohydrates] => 11 [protein] => 2 [fat] => 14 [saturated_fat] => 5 [polyunsaturated_fat] => 1 [monounsaturated_fat] => 7 [sodium] => 35 [potassium] => 418 [fiber] => 7 [sugar] => 2 [vitamin_a] => 500 [vitamin_c] => 34.7 [calcium] => 340 [iron] => 0.9 [serving_unit] => recipe )
Notes on Nutritional Information
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First published on July 26, 2017. Post updated on May 26, 2022, with additional recipe information and new photos.
What other keto sweetener can you use if you don't have stevia packets?
What measurements to use for it?
There are a lot of options. You can find some alternative using the keto sweetener conversion calculator.
The math on these calories is completely wrong. Made this and it taste great until I realized I was drinking 370 calories not the 165 it claimed. Please update totally screwed my week.
The recipe makes two servings, not one as noted in the recipe card. Perhaps you didn't see that?
This was my first time making a smoothie. It was delicious. I am eager to try the other smoothies on your website. Can I substitute with blueberries? If so, would the carb count be the same?
Blueberries are higher in carb so you may want to use less.
I do notnlike anything coconut. Can you use any other milk?
You could try heavy cream (diluted with some water) or almond milk.
I've been loving avocado in my smoothies! Cauliflower as well!
I haven't tried cauliflower yet.
Thanks your recipe! Strawberry avocado smoothie looks great and easy to try!
Yuck, I wouldn't use the carton coconut milk. I'd use full fat canned and the rest water. All those ingredients in the carton that I'd rather not consume. Otherwise this looks good.
I used coconut milk from the can as it's what I prefer. But, some like to use the one in the carton to cut back on calories.