This Keto peanut butter smoothie is a light and refreshing keto smoothie with a delicious peanut butter flavor. Plus, this is a dairy-free low-carb smoothie with only 4.7 grams of net carbs per serving.
Calling all the peanut butter lovers! You’re one of them, right? You will love this keto smoothie recipe as a sweet keto snack, a post-workout drink, or breakfast on the go.
Low-carb smoothies are so convenient to kick off a busy day. And let’s face it, we all get bored of eggs for breakfast, so a keto breakfast smoothie is a great alternative.
Yes, you can have peanut butter on a keto diet. Obviously, it has to be pure peanut butter made of 100% peanuts with no added sugar, no added oil.
In fact, vegetable oils are not keto-friendly, and many brands add oils or sugar to their products. So make sure to check the ingredient list and look for peanuts only or peanuts and salt.
So is this chocolate peanut butter smoothie keto? Yes, it very much is! Use it to top up your macros, and it can help you with your weight loss.
To learn how to calculate your macros, check out my macro calculator!
Absolutely! Many Keto-friendly smoothies can be used as protein shakes. Just make sure to include enough good protein sources!
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One way to add some healthy, keto-friendly proteins is to add a scoop of low-carb protein powder. Most of them would not alter the total carbs but would boost your proteins!
This is an easy keto breakfast smoothie ready in 5 minutes using only 6 wholesome ingredients. Bonus, it’s also a vegan smoothie if you are using canned coconut cream instead of heavy cream! Let’s have a look at the ingredients you need to make this magical refreshing keto drink.
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This keto smoothie is a light, refreshing smoothie. It is not a thick shake like my keto chocolate avocado smoothie recipe. However, this is a very fulfilling drink for breakfast with 15 grams of fat, 5 grams of proteins, and only 4.7 grams of net carbs!
Making a keto smoothie like this Peanut Butter Smoothie is ridiculously easy!
You need to combine your keto-friendly ingredients in a blender, in any order, and blend.
Of all dairy products, milk is one of the highest in carbs. Milk is therefore not keto-friendly since it contains a large amount of lactose, one of the disaccharides that increase blood sugar levels quickly.
If you love low-carb smoothies, make sure to check out my other keto smoothie recipes:
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