Refresh with this decadent keto chocolate avocado smoothie! A healthy keto avocado smoothie, dairy-free using almond milk and of course no banana!
A chocolate avocado smoothie is a creamy chocolate smoothie thickens with ripe avocado and flavored with unsweetened cocoa powder. It’s also known as an avocado milkshake. In fact, it has the similar creamy texture of a keto chocolate milkshake without the sugar loaded ice-cream.
A keto chocolate smoothie has no banana. While bananas are often used to thicken smoothies, they also contain a lot of natural sugar not suitable for diabetics. Therefore, the trick to make the most delicious thick sugar-free chocolate smoothie is avocado. Avocado is naturally creamy, bland in flavor when combined with cocoa powder and adds the perfect thickness to keto smoothies. Plus, it helps you reach your fat intake and gives you fiber and protein to feel full for longer.
We all love 6-ingredient recipes that are ready in 5 minutes. This chocolate smoothie is definitely one of them.
Let’s see all you need to make this decadent chocolate drink
This keto smoothie is a great breakfast smoothie as it contains lots of fats, fiber and protein that are all very fulfilling. You can also enjoy this smoothie as keto protein shake after the gym to reload on nutrient and protein. Otherwise, it’s a nice summer drink to refresh in the afternoon and indulge on chocolate.
There’s something very special about the chocolate-avocado combo. I am pretty sure I shared all the possible chocolate avocado recipes on this blog. If you like it too, I recommend you check my other recipes.
Enjoy this fresh and creamy avocado milkshake and don’t forget to share a picture of your creation with me on Instagram if you give it a try!
This recipe is sponsored by Almond Breeze Made from the best California Almonds and I received a compensation to develop this recipe but note that I only recommend product I love and trust on this blog. Thank you.
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