Keto Raspberry Orange and Coconut Smoothie

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Keto Raspberry Orange and Coconut Smoothie

7 ratings

Get ready to beat the summer heat with this refreshing Keto raspberry, orange, and coconut smoothie. This recipe starts with a base of coconut milk beverage- one of the best plant-based milk options for a Keto diet. Heavy cream is the primary fat source in this recipe which provides richness. The tropical flavor is enhanced with frozen raspberries and some orange zest, giving you a layered fresh taste. This Keto coconut milk recipe is sweetened with liquid stevia, but any other liquid sweetener should work. Steer away from granulated sweeteners as they might not dissolve well in this drink.

To achieve the best cooling effect, use frozen raspberries instead of fresh ones, and place the Keto plant-based milk and heavy cream in the freezer for 30 minutes before preparation. That ensures that the final product is cooling and hydrating.

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

Can you adapt this recipe to a vegan or dairy-free diet?

Definitely! You can switch the heavy cream to canned coconut milk. But since the coconut flavor might overpower the other ingredients, we suggest switching half the coconut milk beverage for another Keto plant-based milk, such as almond milk. But feel free to experiment.

Can you switch the raspberry for other berries?

Absolutely! It’s always fun to try new variations of recipes. Strawberries are a good substitute in this recipe because they go well with the orange flavor. However, if you were to use blueberries, we suggest using lemon zest instead of orange zest.

  • Net Carbs

    5 g

  • Fiber

    2.9 g

  • Total Carbs

    7.9 g

  • Protein

    2.5 g

  • Fats

    20.1 g

217 cals

Keto Raspberry Orange and Coconut Smoothie

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  • Coconut milk Beverage, unsweetened

    Coconut milk Beverage, unsweetened

    0.75 cup

  • Cream Heavy Whipping

    Cream Heavy Whipping

    3 tbsp, fluid (yields 2 cups whipped)

  • Frozen Raspberries

    Frozen Raspberries

    0.33 cup

  • Lemon juice

    Lemon juice

    1 tsp

  • Liquid stevia

    Liquid stevia

    5 Drop

  • Vanilla extract

    Vanilla extract

    0.25 tsp

  • Orange Zest

    Orange Zest

    1 1 teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 3

5 min

  • Step 1

    Add the coconut milk beverage, heavy cream, frozen raspberries, lemon juice, stevia, and vanilla extract to a blender jug. Zest an orange, then measure out one teaspoon and add it along with the other ingredients.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Blend on high for 30-60 seconds. Taste the smoothie, and adjust if needed. You might want to add more stevia or lemon juice to balance out the flavors.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Pour it into a jar or a smoothie glass. For garnish, crush some frozen raspberries on top. Serve immediately.
    Step 3

Comments 9

  • IneffableKetone129922

    IneffableKetone129922 a month ago

    I might have a mean sweet tooth but I hate stevia’s after taste and this is very lovely without it. I added protein and fiber to mine and it does make it a bit thick but still tasty.

    • UpbeatKale136500

      UpbeatKale136500 2 months ago

      I love this smoothie it's so refreshing. I used unsweetened almond milk and added fresh mint. Switching to almond milk brought the carb count down to less than one carb .8 to be exact.

      • StellarKale354392

        StellarKale354392 a month ago

        Thx I was going to do the same thing I don't have heavy cream

    • SplendidAvocado817982

      SplendidAvocado817982 3 months ago

      WOW! It tastes wonderful. I chose to add heavy cream at the end because I don't like the texture of whipped cream in the smoothie. Was awesome

      • StupendousKale128831

        StupendousKale128831 4 months ago

        Loved it. I used erythritol powdered sugar instead of liquid stevia, and added a couple drops of orange extract instead of orange zest. I was worried because I don't like the flavor of coconut, but with all of the other flavors, I barely noticed. It was very satisfying. I will be adding this to my breakfast rotation.

        • Helcatrn

          Helcatrn 6 months ago

          Really enjoyed it! Didn’t have the coconut milk and used 2%. Will do this one again for sure!

          • BlithesomeMacadamia936305

            BlithesomeMacadamia936305 a year ago

            What is coconut milk beverage? Is it just coconut milk?

            • StupendousKale128831

              StupendousKale128831 5 months ago


          • Liscette19

            Liscette19 2 years ago

            This smoothie was delicious. Left out the orange zest. Didn’t need it.