Best Low Carb Strawberry Coconut Smoothie

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Best Low Carb Strawberry Coconut Smoothie

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While this smoothie appears a little on the short side, this is basically a fat bomb in smoothie form! Fatty coconut milk (the kind that separates in a can) thickens up this beverage to near-milkshake status. To achieve the best cooling effect, use frozen strawberries instead of fresh ones, and place the Keto plant-based milk and cream in the freezer for 30 minutes before preparation. That ensures that the final product is cooling and hydrating.

What are some variations to this recipe?

This recipe is so versatile that you can create many flavors out of it. You can some lemon zest to wake your taste buds. As for the fruits, you can replace the strawberries with raspberries, blueberries, or blackberries. If you can consume dairy, then you can replace the coconut cream with heavy cream, or cream cheese for a strawberry cheesecake-style smoothie.

Can you add more ingredients to this Keto smoothie?

Of course, you can add whatever fits your preference. If you want a more nutritious meal first thing in the morning, you can add spinach, chia seeds, or any other ingredient that has a subtle flavor. You can also add vanilla-flavored protein powder for a protein-filled smoothie. Just make sure you adjust the macros accordingly.

When can you drink this Keto beverage?

This strawberry coconut smoothie recipe is the perfect breakfast option for warm days to keep you hydrated for a long time. It is also a great pre/post-workout meal, providing you with sustainable energy and electrolytes. You can also add some protein powder and a pinch of salt to assist in muscle recovery.

  • Net Carbs

    5.6 g

  • Fiber

    2.2 g

  • Total Carbs

    8 g

  • Protein

    1.8 g

  • Fats

    12.9 g

143 cals

Best Low Carb Strawberry Coconut Smoothie

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Ingredients

  • Strawberries, Fresh

    Strawberries, Fresh

    ½ cup

  • Coconut Cream (liquid From Grated Meat)

    Coconut Cream (liquid From Grated Meat)

    2 tablespoon

  • Coconut Milk, Vanilla Or Other Flavors, Unsweetened

    Coconut Milk, Vanilla Or Other Flavors, Unsweetened

    ½ cup

Recipe Steps

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1 min

  • Step 1

    Simply combine all ingredients in a blender and place the lid on. Blend until a creamy and thick smoothie forms. Add ice cubes 1 or 2 at a time for a thicker and icier smoothie. Serve immediately!
    Step 1

Comments 17

  • Jaye Budd

    Jaye Budd 2 months ago

    Tasted pretty bland originally for my tastebuds and the taste of the coconut cream itself is off putting. Added 1 cup of almond milk, 2tbsp of stevia, ice cubes and a tsp of vanilla and it was much better.

    • RemarkableKetone352554

      RemarkableKetone352554 2 years ago

      Made this with Vanilla almond milk, coconut cream and frozen strawberries, and added a little vanilla and monkfruit sugar, and it tasted like strawberry Nesquik!

      • Mamagshouse

        Mamagshouse 2 years ago

        It’s okay. I used frozen strawberries. Maybe it would be sweeter with raw strawberries. And use ice cubes

        • SuperRadish939292

          SuperRadish939292 2 years ago

          Can u use frozen strawberries

          • FatFollies3110

            FatFollies3110 3 years ago

            Delicious! Thank you for the recipe, made it as is and I loved it

            • Lilbit

              Lilbit 4 years ago

              Can I leave out coconut cream?

              • Linka

                Linka 4 years ago

                Can I use heavy cream with coconut oil instead of coconut cream?

                • recipewriter

                  recipewriter 4 years ago

                  You may be better off using a hand immersion blender if you use coconut oil. You will likely lose some of the thick smoothie texture, but you can add ice cubes to thicken it.

              • Afnan

                Afnan 4 years ago

                I loved it 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

                • Mrm_leist@comcast.net

                  Mrm_leist@comcast.net 4 years ago

                  Very good

                  • Brenda

                    Brenda 4 years ago

                    Can you use almond coconut milk (unsweetened) instead?

                    • recipewriter

                      recipewriter 4 years ago

                      Yes!

                  • Ellessenzed

                    Ellessenzed 4 years ago

                    Can you use canned coconut cream? Thanks.

                    • recipewriter

                      recipewriter 4 years ago

                      Yes.

                  • Bisou

                    Bisou 5 years ago

                    Loved this and contrary to the other comment it smelled like berries and cream to me!

                    • RealmRulerJack

                      RealmRulerJack 4 years ago

                      Remember the old Starburst commercials? Berries and cream, berries and cream, I'm a little lad who loves berries and cream *high kick*

                  • Sam

                    Sam 5 years ago

                    Is tasty once you get past the smell, drink from in a bottle, coconut cream has a very off putting smell