An easy keto strawberry smoothie with a creamy, sweet frothy texture perfect to refresh and fix your sweet tooth with only 6g net carbs. If you miss your favorite cafe-style strawberry and cream frappuccino, you must try this keto smoothie recipe now!
Strawberry lovers I have great news for you: Strawberry is on the approved keto fruit list! Well, it is not the berry with the fewer carbs, compared to raspberries, but still fine if eaten in moderation! So if you just started your keto diet and miss strawberry ice cream, start with this strawberry smoothie! It is much easier than ice cream to make, gluten-free, and with a dairy-free option! And if you want some great keto strawberry baking recipes to pair with this smoothie, add one of my keto strawberry muffins or strawberry pop tarts on the side!
Unfortunately, not all strawberry smoothies are keto-approved. The ones sold in most cafes are made with many non-keto friendly foods like banana, milk, or dates. All these ingredients are high in carbs and sugar and that’s why you just have to make your own strawberry smoothie recipe on a keto diet.
The good news is that a keto smoothie is very easy to make at home. All you need to make a creamy, frothy smoothie with strawberries are:
There are so many ways to improve this keto smoothie recipe by adding a few ingredients like:
A smoothie, keto or not, is always tastier with lots of toppings right? So feel free to add some of these keto-friendly toppings:
Keto smoothies are great low-carb snacks to fix your sweet tooth and refresh. I have plenty of keto smoothie for you to try on the blog like:
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