Get your morning started off right with a Keto Berry Smoothie that’s energizing and great for breakfast or a mid-afternoon snack! Sugar-free and packed with nutrients, this is the best keto smoothie and perfect for the whole family.
My family loves smoothies! I usually make one for breakfast in the morning while my kids usually have them for a snack!
What I love about smoothies is they are highly adaptable and you can add just about anything you want. I will usually add some greens and a hint of vanilla for flavor and sneak some in there for my kids too.
Since we’re a low-carb family, I have made this easy keto smoothie to be as low in carbs as possible so it’s perfect for a low carb or keto diet.
How to make low carb & keto-friendly smoothies?
Making a keto and low carb smoothie is easy, you just need to know the right ingredients to use. It’s as simple as replacing sugar with a sugar-free sweetener, dairy milk for almond or coconut milk and selecting low carb fruits such as berries.
What are some keto & low carb dairy-free alternatives to milk?
For this recipe, I used unsweetened almond milk, but some other low carb options include coconut milk, macadamia nut milk, or any other sugar-free nut based milk should work. You can even add heavy cream to make it an extra creamy smoothie.
What other fruits and veggies can I add to this smoothie recipe that are low carb & keto friendly?
- Frozen Strawberries
- Frozen Blueberries
- Frozen Raspberries
- Frozen Blackberries
- Fresh Mint
- Lemon Juice
What are some keto & low carb friendly sweeteners I can use?
Some popular options include monkfruit, stevia, erythritol, allulose and xylitol.
If you include very sweet fruits, you may not need a sweetener at all. It all depends on preference.
Looking for other ingredients to add to your keto smoothie?
This berry smoothie recipe is very basic and completely customizable. Some low carb keto ingredients I add into my smoothies include:
- Protein Powder
- Collagen Powder
- Chia Seeds
- MCT Oil
- Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
- Nut Butter
- Cacao Nibs
- Peanut Butter to make it a berry peanut butter smoothie
Did you have any other keto smoothie recipes I can try?
- Chocolate Avocado Smoothie
- Peaches n Cream Smoothie
- Matcha Green Smoothie
- Japanese Style Strawberry Milk Smoothie
- Full Collection of Smoothie Recipes
Now, let’s get blending this Berry Smoothie recipe!
- Prepping Time 1M
- Total Time 1M
- Net Carb/Cup ~5g
- Servings 2
1) Gather all the ingredients.
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- Gather all the ingredients.
- Add almond milk, frozen mixed berries, vanilla extract, sweetener and ice into a blender. Blend everything together and pour it into a cup. Enjoy!
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