Coffee lovers, try this easy keto coffee smoothie! This creamy, filling keto frappuccino is ready in just 3 minutes. It is the perfect low carb breakfast drink for everyone who prefers dairy free.
I love coffee so much that I look forward to it every night I go to sleep. Seriously, coffee makes me that happy.
The aromatic smell and the flavor are impossible to replace with a cup of tea... I was probably Italian in a former life.
This keto frappuccino smoothie is one of my go-to quick breakfasts. It is brilliant when you have leftover cold brew coffee from the day before.
The recipe is dairy free, because I'm not a fan of filling up on heavy cream first thing in the morning. Feel free to use dairy instead if you prefer.
I seriously think it tastes better than the Starbucks frappuccino. You are going to love the creamy texture.
Serve with keto breakfast cookies and you are set for the day.
🌟 Why You'll Love This Recipe
- Keto friendly - just 4.8g net carbs
- Easy and quick - ready in 3 minutes
- Creamy texture
- Filing and satisfying
This is what you'll need for a keto coffee smoothie:
Brewed coffee - Make it to your preferences. I have a Nespresso machine, but using a cafetiere, coffee machine or even instant coffee made with granules works. Make sure it is cold.
Collagen powder - Collagen makes the recipe super creamy. It is also amazing for your gut health, skin, hair and nails. I often use collagen peptides to thicken milkshakes like this keto chocolate milkshake.
Coconut milk - Needs to be full fat (about 20g fat per 100ml) from a can. Coconut milk is rich in healthy saturated fats called medium chain triglycerides (MCTs). Read more about the benefits of coconut milk here.
Peanut butter - Adds healthy fat
Ice cubes - Help make your keto coffee shake thick and frothy.
Vanilla extract and powdered sweetener - Optional. Vanilla adds a lovely flavor. If you like a sweet sugar free coffee smoothie, use powdered and not granulated sweetener. Erythritol, monk fruit blends, stevia or allulose - you choose.
Step 1: Put all ingredients in a high speed blender and whizz until smooth.
Step 2: Pour into a cup.
Use cold coffee. If it is still warm, the smoothie will be less thick.
Kitchen hack: Freeze the brewed coffee in ice cube trays. Then, put the coffee ice cubes straight into the blender and add the rest of the ingredients.
You can use coconut oil, coconut cream or heavy cream like I did in this Keto Iced Coffee. Regular cappuccinos and lattes are made with milk. Due to its high lactose and carb content, milk is not a good option on keto.
The ultimate keto coffee is the so called bulletproof coffee. It contains butter or ghee and MTC oil. It tastes like an extremely creamy latte and is very filling thanks to the high fat content.
Unflavoured or vanilla whey protein powder. Or how about chocolate protein powder to make a chocolate coffee protein shake?
Yes. If you use instant coffee, consider making it with unsweetened almond milk instead of water to make the coffee keto shake even creamier.
Change the fat: Swap the peanut butter for almond butter or any other nut butter or seed butter. Or, add 1 tablespoon of MCT oil.
Keto mocha smoothie: Add 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder and drizzle sugar free chocolate sauce over the top.
Use dairy: Heavy cream works in place of the coconut milk. This also lowers the net carbs slightly. Option to add whipped cream on top to make a proper coffee milkshake.
No high speed blender? Make keto iced coffee! Simply whizz all ingredients apart from the ice cubes with an immersion blender and add the ice cubes last.
Here are more delicious breakfast smoothie recipes, many of them using my favorite ingredient... avocado!
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Keto Coffee Smoothiefrom Sugar Free Londoner
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- Place all ingredients in a high speed blender and blitz until smooth.
- Option to sprinkle with a little cacao before serving.