Low Carb Tart Double Berry Smoothie
  • prep time

    prep time

    2 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    0 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    2 min

Low Carb Tart Double Berry Smoothie

56 ratings

Get ready to beat the summer heat with this refreshing low-carb double berry smoothie. This recipe starts with a base of coconut milk beverage, which is one of the best plant-based milk types on the market. Greek yogurt is the primary protein source in this recipe, and it provides creaminess too. The slight tropical kick from the coconut milk mellows out the tartness from the raspberries and Greek yogurt. This Keto coconut milk recipe can be sweetened with liquid stevia, but any other liquid sweetener would work.

How can you make this Keto drink refreshing?

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

When can you drink this beverage?

This coconut milk 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 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 swap Greek yogurt with coconut yogurt. But since the coconut flavor might overpower the other ingredients, we suggest switching half the coconut milk beverage for another Keto plant-based milk, like almond milk. But feel free to experiment.

  • Net Carbs

    8.2 g

  • Fiber

    5 g

  • Total Carbs

    13.1 g

  • Protein

    2.2 g

  • Fats

    6.5 g

116 cals

Low Carb Tart Double Berry Smoothie


  • Strawberries


    3 oz yields

  • Raspberries


    ¼ cup

  • Coconut Milk Unsweetened by Silk

    Coconut Milk Unsweetened by Silk

    1 cup

  • Greek Yogurt

    Greek Yogurt

    1 tablespoon

  • Ice or ice cubes

    Ice or ice cubes

    2 ice cube

  • Chia Seeds

    Chia Seeds

    ⅛ oz

Recipe Steps

steps 2

2 min

  • Step 1

    Wash and slice the strawberries, set them aside. Add the coconut milk, sliced strawberries, raspberries, and greek yogurt to your blender's pitcher. You can add a sweetener at this point if desired.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Blend until the ingredients are well incorporated. Add in 1-2 ice cubes to bring the smoothie to your preferred thickness. Top the smoothie with a sprinkle of chia seeds. Enjoy!
    Step 2

Comments 29

  • bmc65000@gmail.com

    bmc65000@gmail.com 2 months ago

    Add two teaspoons of monkfruit.

    • bmc65000@gmail.com

      bmc65000@gmail.com 2 months ago

      Tried, not good!

      • MirthfulRadish877672

        MirthfulRadish877672 3 months ago

        It's okay, definitely made better smoothies before, but considering that this is strict keto, not bad at all. Will definitely add some vanilla next time.

        • LizPepper

          LizPepper 3 months ago

          This was OK. Not too tart and I added extra Greek yogurt. Next time I thunk ill add a teaspoon of vanilla extract to give it a little something more.

          • Nomes

            Nomes 4 months ago

            Had to tip down the drain as I couldn’t drink it. Way too tart, even bitter.

            • IncredibleKetone224619

              IncredibleKetone224619 5 months ago

              Quick and easy.. I substituted the coconut milk for almond milk

              • MirthfulArugula447368

                MirthfulArugula447368 6 months ago

                Yummy. Almost like a sorbet. I added some stevia drops.

                • RousingMacadamia558869

                  RousingMacadamia558869 8 months ago

                  Can you substitute cream cheese for yogurt

                  • datadoll

                    datadoll a year ago

                    Very nice smoothie.

                    • reneeb808

                      reneeb808 a year ago

                      So delicious!

                      • Brackenburn

                        Brackenburn a year ago

                        Swapped for unsweetened almond milk and only strawberries, great quick breakfast.

                        • SuperKale590538

                          SuperKale590538 a year ago

                          Yassss ❤️🤞🏻

                          • Rhonda

                            Rhonda a year ago

                            Loved this recipient used 1 tbs swerve to sweeten it.

                            • RousingArugula450899

                              RousingArugula450899 2 years ago

                              I replaced the coconut milk with coconut water, added a pinch of monk fruit sweetener and a spoonful of double dollop cream. It was very tasty.

                              • Evieegger193d

                                Evieegger193d 2 years ago

                                Delish, I added liquid vanilla stevia

                                • Claudia Enriquez

                                  Claudia Enriquez 2 years ago

                                  It's good

                                  • Claudia Enriquez

                                    Claudia Enriquez 2 years ago

                                    My favorite taste really good 😋

                                    • SplendidCauliflower290700

                                      SplendidCauliflower290700 2 years ago

                                      Love it! I add some liquid stevia and it makes it sweeter!

                                      • MerryMina

                                        MerryMina 2 years ago

                                        Love it! I add a little bit of honey for some more sweetness and it tastes great!

                                        • OutstandingKetone833173

                                          OutstandingKetone833173 2 years ago

                                          Can I swap out more strawberries for the raspberries?

                                          • recipewriter

                                            recipewriter 2 years ago

                                            It would be better to keep the strawberries and use fewer raspberries since raspberries are higher in carbs.

                                        • ClaireCurtis

                                          ClaireCurtis 2 years ago

                                          First day tomorrow.....how do i swap out Coconut milk for Almond milk on the recipe and log the new macros on the recipe?

                                          • recipewriter

                                            recipewriter 2 years ago

                                            If you are a Premium user, you can copy the recipe to My Foods, then edit the copied recipe to adjust any ingredients you'd like.

                                        • RemarkableKale893947

                                          RemarkableKale893947 2 years ago

                                          Can I use kefir milk?

                                          • recipewriter

                                            recipewriter 2 years ago

                                            Kefir is Keto-friendly and only has about 9g carbs per cup, so yes!

                                        • AwesomeArugula123541

                                          AwesomeArugula123541 2 years ago

                                          Really tasty, but the coconut milk is just not for me. Will try with water!

                                          • SplendidCauliflower290700

                                            SplendidCauliflower290700 2 years ago

                                            Add some liquid stevia and it is great!

                                        • Shockerwoman

                                          Shockerwoman 2 years ago

                                          Also, with the Greek yogurt, try just water if your body doesn’t like coconut/almond milk

                                          • Shockerwoman

                                            Shockerwoman 2 years ago

                                            Maybe add some vanilla. Works for me