Last Updated on June 2, 2023 by Toya
This yummy keto berry smoothie tastes just like cheesecake in a glass and contains only 6.9 grams of net carbs per serving. This keto smoothie is a great option for breakfast or a quick and easy snack during the day.
Keto berry smoothie recipe
Also, this mixed berry smoothie is naturally sweet thanks to the berries, with a dose of freshness and creaminess from the Greek yogurt. And like my refreshing keto lemonade, this is a great drink to enjoy on hot days. It’s also perfect for a simple keto breakfast without any eggs!
Although this is a very simple smoothie, you cannot go wrong with this recipe. It has all you need – vitamins and minerals from berries, protein from almond milk and Greek yogurt, and fibers from fruits.
You can also use this smoothie after a workout as it will help you fuel up without giving you that heavy feeling in the stomach. And, if you choose to make this after a workout, you can substitute the almond milk with coconut water to get those electrolytes in.
Tips and tricks
- Always use fresh berries. Spoilt berries will only give the smoothie a bad taste.
- The smoothie tastes like cheesecake, but you can add in some seeds, like chia or slivered almonds. These seeds can help give the smoothie a very nice thickened texture.
- Also, if you have some on hand, add about 2 tablespoons of keto granola or keto granola clusters to add an extra crunch to the smoothie.
- You can also add some ice to this recipe. Doing so will add some bulk so it takes longer to drink and fills you up more. It will also help to add more texture and keep the smoothie colder for longer.
Which berries are good for keto?
In this recipe, strawberries and raspberries were used. However, you can also use other berries in your keto smoothies made with berries. Here is a list of the berries you can use to make this smoothie.
- Raspberries – Raw raspberries contain 11.94 grams of carbs and 6.5 grams of fiber per 100 grams of raspberries. This means that raspberries contain 5.44 grams of net carbs in every 100 grams.
- Blackberries – Blackberries contain 9.61 grams of carbs and 5.3 grams of fiber in every 100 grams of fruit. This means that 100 grams of blackberries contain 4.31 grams of net carbs.
- Cranberries – Cranberries contain 11.97 grams of carbs and 3.6 grams of fiber per 100 grams of fruit. This means that 100 grams of cranberries contain roughly 8.37 grams of net carbs.
- Blueberries – There are 8.7 grams of carbs and 2.9 grams of fiber in every 100 grams of blueberries. This means that there are only 5.8 grams of net carbs in every 100 grams of blueberries.
How many carbs are in a berry smoothie?
Typically, a berry smoothie has more than 50 grams of carbs per serving. This is due to the ingredients used in typical berry smoothies which may include added sugars, fruit juices, and other fruits like bananas. The smoothie king berry smoothie for example contains 67 grams of carbs in one 32 oz serving.
On the other hand, there are only 6.9 grams of net carbs in this easy keto mixed berry smoothie. This smoothie, gets most of its carbs from the cranberries and strawberries which contain some natural sugars and thus has a little more carbs than one would normally expect for keto foods. Nonetheless, it can easily fit into your low carb or keto lifestyle.
How to make a keto berry smoothie
To make this smoothie, first, gather all of your ingredients in one place.
Next, slice the strawberries and place them in a blender.
Add the raspberries, the almond milk, and the greek yogurt into the blender as well.
Blend for a few minutes or until smooth. It should look like this:
Lastly, pour this yummy smoothie into a glass and serve. You can garnish with some chopped berries if you choose.
Substitutes for this low carb berry smoothie
In case you don’t have some of the ingredients used in this recipe, here are a few substitutes you can make:
- Substitute strawberries for either blackberries, blueberries, cranberries, or raspberries.
- Substitute the cranberries for either strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, or blueberries.
- You can use any kind of nut-based milk for this smoothie or even some coconut yogurt or homemade keto yogurt. The macros may change slightly in that case, so pay attention to this.
Can you make this smoothie more filling?
You can make this smoothie more filling by adding a few ingredients that will thicken up a keto smoothie and make it more substantial like:
- Protein powder
- Chia seeds
- Flax seeds
- Hemp seeds
Storing keto berry smoothie
The smoothie can last in a fridge for up to 24 hours. Just make sure to stir it before serving as it will separate.
More keto smoothie recipes readers love:
- ½ cup unsweetened almond milk
- ¼ cup Greek yogurt
- ½ cup fresh strawberries
- ¼ cup raspberries
- To make this smoothie, first gather all of your ingredients in one place.
- Next slice the strawberries and place them in a blender.
- Add the raspberries, the almond milk, and the greek yogurt into the blender as well.
- Blend for a few minutes or until smooth.
- Lastly pour into a glass and serve. You can garnish with some chopped berries if you choose.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1 glass
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 93Total Fat: 3.1gSaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 108mgCarbohydrates: 10.9gNet Carbohydrates: 6.9gFiber: 4gSugar: 6.1gProtein: 6.9g