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This low carb strawberry avocado smoothie recipe with almond milk is creamy, satisfying, nourishing and just plain delicious! And, it only has 4 ingredients. High-sugar smoothies are not suitable for a keto diet, but you can still enjoy a keto smoothie for breakfast with the right ingredients. Besides, the simple, whole food components in this one mean that it’s a great simply healthy option even if you’re not on keto.
But would an avocado smoothie recipe be good? Yes! Whether it’s hot outside or you just need a quick snack, this ice cold, rich and creamy drink is sure to satisfy. And you won’t even taste the avocado! It’s about to become your go-to keto smoothie. 😉
For a truly creamy and sweet smoothie without the sugar spike, a powdered keto sweetener is a must. This recipe uses Besti Powdered Monk Fruit Allulose Blend because it dissolves seamlessly into every sip — nobody wants a gritty smoothie! Most other sweeteners (including most brands of monk fruit and stevia) use erythritol as a bulking agent, which does not dissolve well. Plus, Besti has 0 grams of net carbs and tastes just like sugar, making it perfect for a drink that tastes like it came straight from the smoothie shop.
Most smoothies on keto won’t work, as they use high-sugar fruits like bananas, added sugar, honey, or varieties of milk that bump up the carb count. Always check ingredient lists to know for sure! There’s good news, though: It’s easy to make keto smoothie recipes as long as you use keto fruits and sweeteners.
Why You’ll Love This Strawberry Avocado Smoothie Recipe
Keto Smoothie Ingredients & Variations
This section explains how to choose the best ingredients for a keto smoothie with avocado, what each one does in the recipe, and substitution options. For measurements, see the recipe card below.
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How To Make A Keto Smoothie
This section shows how to make an avocado and strawberry smoothie with step-by-step photos and details about the technique. For full instructions, see the recipe card below.
You can make this strawberry keto smoothie for later, just be aware that the avocado can brown a bit and may be thinner since the strawberries will no longer be frozen. You may want to add a splash of lemon juice or lime juice to help reduce the browning effect, or just skip the hassle and make it fresh.
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Strawberry Avocado Keto Smoothie Recipe (4 Ingredients!)
The best strawberry avocado smoothie recipe needs just 4 INGREDIENTS! You’re going to love this 2-minute keto smoothie with almond milk.
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Puree all ingredients in a high-powder blender, until smooth. Adjust sweetener to taste as needed.
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Serving size: 1 cup
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