Easy Keto Strawberry Smoothie Recipe (Creamy & Delish)

Smoothies are a fantastic quick, easy breakfast that many people enjoy because they are nutritious, delicious, and travel well.

This basic smoothie recipe is a great one because you can make simple adjustments to suit your taste preferences. Just swap out the fruit, milk, yogurt, flavoring, etc. to fit your needs!

Are Strawberries Keto-Friendly?

Strawberries are relatively low in carbohydrates and are a good addition to a keto breakfast such as a smoothie.

What is the Difference Between a Keto Smoothie and a Regular Strawberry Smoothie?

People who eat keto work hard to keep their net carb intake below a certain number.

If you are not following a keto diet, you might enjoy smoothies with added sugar or high-carb fruits (such as bananas) as a main ingredient.

Low-Carb Strawberry Smoothie Recipe

This is a great basic keto smoothie recipe. You can substitute other keto fruits, different liquid products, etc. to change the test and nutritional value. (Please note that total carbs will vary depending on the ingredients you use.)

  • Prep time: 5 minutes.

  • Blend time: 2 minutes.

  • Total time: less than 10 minutes!


  • 1/2 cup frozen strawberries (or fresh strawberries)

  • 1/2 cup almond milk

  • 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt

  • 1-3 teaspoon sugar substitute such as Keto Goods Allulose to taste (optional)

  • 2-3 ice cubes


  • Put all ingredients into the blender except for the sugar.

  • Blend well at a high speed.

  • Add artificial sweetener or extracts to taste.

Nutritional Facts

This recipe makes 1-2 servings, depending on how large of a smoothie serving size you prefer.

If you divide this into two smoothies, each portion is about 40 calories and 2 net carbs.

Options for Liquid in the Smoothie

  • Almond Milk: Unsweetened almond milk, either plain or vanilla, is a popular option for liquid in a smoothie, especially among those following a keto diet.

  • Coconut Milk: Adding coconut milk or coconut cream to the smoothie is an excellent dairy-free option.

  • Heavy Cream: Some people prefer heavy whipping cream to add liquid to their favorite smoothie recipes.

  • Sugar-Free Beverages: When enjoying a smoothie in the afternoon, I add sugar-free lemonade instead of liquid to the recipe.

Other Choices and Add-ins

  • Flavorings: Consider adding a teaspoon vanilla extract, espresso powder, banana flavoring, etc. to your smoothie to create unique flavor combinations.

  • Fruits: Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries are all keto-friendly smoothie options. You can use fresh or frozen berries. Bananas are a great way to add potassium but keep in mind that they are not keto-friendly, so don’t add too much!

  • Nut Butter: Peanut butter, cashew butter, or almond butter are all great additions to flavor a smoothie, adding protein and healthy fats.

  • Protein Powder: Some people add protein powder to their smoothies to get additional protein to start the day. Just note that many protein powders are loaded with sugar.

  • Veggies: You can toss some spinach into a fruit smoothie to add vitamins without many calories, and it does not alter the taste at all!

Ways to Thicken a Keto Smoothie

If you are trying to thicken your smoothie, chia and flax seeds both expand, add healthy Omega-3s and thickness. You can also use nut butter to add fiber, protein and thickness.

Oats are another popular smoothie additive for thickening a smoothie; however, oats are not keto.