This Keto Chocolate Smoothie is the perfect meal if you’re following a high-fat, low-carb diet. Made with six ingredients it’s a wonderful keto breakfast on busy mornings.
All you need to make this healthy smoothie recipe is coconut milk, protein powder, ground chia seeds, stevia, dark chocolate, and ice.
My chocolate smoothie tastes like a classic chocolate milk shake, but it’s healthy and high-fat.
Top your Keto Chocolate Smoothie with unsweetened Whipped Cream to add extra fat, and make it even richer, creamier, and more delicious.
If you’re looking for more low-carb, high-fat recipes check out my Keto Diet Recipes page.
If you like to start your day with warming foods, simply skip the final ingredient, ice, and you will have an incredibly rich and smooth keto chocolate pudding.
Place that pudding in the refrigerator, and it will set up and become a keto chocolate mousse. This is one of my most versatile keto recipes.
If you’re wondering, are smoothies good for you, I’m here to help.
I love smoothie meal replacement when I’m on the go. Smoothies also work very well for my compromised digestion.
I was in my thirties when I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, so maintaining gut health is an issue I deal with to this day. I can eat far more when the food is blended into a healthy smoothie.
For more information, see How I Healed My Gut.
I haven’t ever done a smoothie cleanse. Have you? Recently my friend Steph told me about a green smoothie called the Alkagizer, but I haven’t tried it.
Wondering how to make an Alkagizer?
Simply blend a cup of coconut water, one-half lemon, an avocado, peeled cucumber, and five celery stalks in your Vitamix, then blend in a handful each of spinach, chard, parsley, cilantro, and arugula.
This looks like the perfect vegan smoothie!
If you’re using smoothies to gain weight, the most important thing is to not load your smoothies with sugar. Instead of carbs, which turn right into fat, go for healthy macro-nutrients like protein and fat.
Today more than ever, the problem with gaining fat is that it is an incredible repository for toxins ranging from heavy metals to BPA, and more.
And if you’re trying to gain weight, you’ll want to use this body mass index calculator to make sure you stay in a generally healthy range –not too high or too low.
Anyway, back to healthy smoothies. And I have a quick question for you.
Do you make your smoothies with coconut milk, or prefer your smoothies with almond milk? I have a great guide, What’s the Best Milk for Keto? to help you decide what the best milk is for you.
I’ve provided the measurements for this recipe in both volume and weight. If you own a scale and want to be very precise you can weigh your ingredients.
For those who don’t keep a scale in their kitchen, I’ve provided measurements in volume.
The ingredients for this Keto Chocolate Smoothie recipe can have equal measurements in volume, and yet yield different results when measured in weight. Why? Because some ingredients are denser and heavier than others.
Here are a couple of additional notes to help you whip up this fantastic Keto Chocolate Smoothie recipe! First, use a high-powered blender like a Vitamix to make this, or you will not obtain the correct results.
Using a regular blender will yield an odd lumpy concoction, rather than a smooth and creamy shake or pudding.
Second, feel free to experiment with this recipe and try different types of protein powder and chocolate.
On a smoothie diet kick? Whether you’re having a smoothie for breakfast or a smoothie for dinner, my healthy smoothie recipes below will give you plenty of variety.
Perhaps my favorite fruity drink of all, my Strawberry Smoothie with Lime is a delicious smoothie with coconut milk. The strawberry lime combination is out of this world.
Another smoothie with coconut milk, we love this Keto Mint Chip Protein Shake for St. Paddy’s Day. Green smoothie recipes are the bomb, smoothies with kale, smoothies with spinach. I love them all!
Craving a smoothie with peanut butter? My Peanut Butter Smoothie will not disappoint. It can also be made with almond butter for an almond butter smoothie.
It doesn’t have to be fall to have a Pumpkin Spice Smoothie, this incredible treat can be enjoyed year-round.
I fed all of these protein shakes to my boys growing up and they are the perfect smoothies for kids.
You’ll notice many of my healthy smoothie recipes above contain egg-white protein powder.
This ingredient is crucial to make the smoothie fluffy and to create the perfect texture. And if you are looking for a smoothie for energy, you’ll want this ingredient.
What’s your favorite smoothie recipe? Leave a comment and let me know.
This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first shared this Keto Chocolate Smoothie recipe in 2016.