Refresh this summer with this 3-ingredients mixed berry Smoothie. If you love keto smoothies for breakfast, this is for you!
I am already 31 weeks pregnant. Yes, it’s going fast. And all I am craving is ice cream. The thing is, I never eat ice cream from the store. They contain way too much added sugar, and also milk upsets my stomach very quickly.
But some days, I don’t have the time to make my own ice cream, and the best ice cream craving replacement when pregnant is definitely a thick smoothie. It’s strawberry season in New Zealand, so it’s the perfect timing!
I love to buy LOTS of fresh strawberries in summer and freeze them for the year. Strawberries are delicious keto fruits to use in any recipe. I use frozen strawberries mainly in smoothies but also in muffins.
This mixed berry Smoothie is using a low-carb smoothie recipe with almond milk. I love this almond milk because it’s light, dairy-free, and low-calorie – only 16 kcal/ 100ml. Plus, the vanilla almond milk doesn’t contain added sugar, and it adds a delicious vanilla flavor to smoothies.
The texture of this mixed berry smoothie is thick and creamy – very close to a berry ice cream. I found this smoothie really satisfying, too, and I did not reach the pantry after drinking it.
I simply added a few dried goji berries to naturally enhance the sweetness. Goji berries contain a low amount of natural sugar and are the best superfood to add to a smoothie.
If you don’t have goji berries, you can replace them with dried cranberries but make sure they don’t contain added sugar – they usually contain a lot of it to hide their bitterness. And here is a little video to help you make this smoothie in a minute!
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I hope you will try this easy mixed berry smoothie recipe because it makes you feel great! It’s simple, refreshing, and such a healthy way to satisfy a sweet craving with no guilt in the afternoon! Such a great smoothie to indulge in this summer and stay fit.
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