This keto coffee smoothie is a healthy summer grab’n go breakfast for coffee lovers with only 3.9 grams of net carbs per serving. If you love milkshakes or frappuccinos, this coffee smoothie is what you need.
Coffee lovers, this recipe has your name on it! If you can’t start the day without your brewed coffee or coffee latte, then you will love this keto coffee smoothie.
Perfect for summer hot days, this keto smoothie with brewed coffee is an amazing swap to your traditional bulletproof latte coffee.
Personally, I love to combine this coffee smoothie with one of my no-bake keto granola bars for a satisfying breakfast on the go.
A coffee smoothie, also known as an iced coffee smoothie, is a delicious cold breakfast drink for coffee lovers. It is using brewed coffee or instant coffee as the main ingredient.
It also combines other ingredients, including ice cubes or frozen ingredients that add the frothy texture. While most coffee smoothies use bananas, keto coffee smoothies are sugar-free, dairy-free, and banana-free.
Yes, you can add cold-brewed coffee or cold instant coffee in a smoothie. Of course, you must combine your cold coffee with other ingredients that marry well with coffee, or the flavor can be off.
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This keto coffee smoothie is a smooth, refreshing coffee shake perfect summer keto drink to replace your regular bulletproof latte coffee. Therefore, it is using almost the same ingredients, including:
You can tweak coffee smoothies in so many ways! Below I listed my favorite keto add-ons to make this low-carb coffee smoothie even more delicious:
Yes, you can use instant coffee in this recipe. First, dissolve 2 teaspoons of instant coffee into 8 oz of hot water.
Then, cool down the coffee, even store it in the fridge for best results. Finally, use the recipe as a replacement for brewed coffee.
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It is safe to eat ground coffee in a very small amount. Therefore, it can be used to flavor a chocolate smoothie, but you can’t use ground coffee to make this keto coffee smoothie.
This recipe needs 8 oz of brewed coffee or the same volume of coffee made with instant coffee granules.
This low-carb smoothie tastes like a coffee milkshake or coffee frappuccino with a touch of cocoa and vanilla if you are using vanilla collagen powder too.
If you are not into coffee, try one of the low-carb smoothie recipes below instead. They are delicious, fresh, sweet grab’s go keto breakfasts on the go.
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