Sip on a keto green smoothie or green juice, and you have an easy way to support weight management, higher energy, and glowing skin, in addition to staying within the macros of your low-carb diet.
While typical green smoothies and green juices look healthy, take caution: The high sugar content can derail your diet goals.
Whether you’re on a low-carb or keto diet or just want to healthify your green drink, these antioxidant-rich keto smoothie recipes taste delicious and keep carbohydrates low. With flavorful ingredients and healthy fats, you won’t miss the sugar at all.
Keto Green Smoothie Recipes
Lean, green and ketogenic, these keto smoothie recipes use a high-speed blender and quality ingredients to prepare a perfect keto beverage chock full of quality fats and sustaining protein.
Earthy matcha powder and Vanilla Bean Complete Daily Energy Collagen Protein blend with bright berries into a rich coconut milk base, creating a creamy smoothie perfect for a midday energy boost or starting your day.
Not a fan of coconut? Unsweetened almond milk will also work in this verdant smoothie. You can also add chia seeds and additional sweeteners such as erythritol or stevia for additional sweetness. Peanut butter or almond butter can also add additional flavor if you tolerate nut butters.
Avocados make this dairy-free low-carb smoothie from I Breathe I’m Hungry rich and creamy. This drink is great for green smoothie newbies since the avocado tempers the green tonic taste from the cucumbers and romaine lettuce.
You can also add in pineapple and kiwi to give the drink a tropical flavor if you’re more paleo than keto.
With just 3.6 net carbs, this fiber-rich, sugar-free green smoothie from Real Balanced boasts plenty of healthy fats to keep you in ketosis and tide you over until your next meal.
Vanilla extract, matcha, and monk fruit sweetener turn this spinach-packed smoothie into a drink perfect for matcha lovers.
Sensitive to dairy or craving additional creaminess? Use full-fat coconut milk as your dairy choice.
A keto green smoothie recipe featuring chocolate? Game on.
Cocoa powder makes this gluten-free green smoothie from Ditch the Carbs taste like a dessert, while the coconut cream and frozen berries turn it into a thick, milkshake-like mixture.
This is a great way to get your veggies in without an overwhelming spinach taste.
Cucumbers, lemon, and avocado give this creamy concoction a definite spa vibe. Healthy fats like Brain Octane Oil C8 MCT oil, coconut cream and avocado provide a slightly sweet, satisfying richness.
With two heaping scoops of grass-fed collagen protein powder, it also supports smooth and nourished skin. Zesty and refreshing, it’s the perfect refresher on a hot summer day.
Packed with fresh parsley, ginger, and lemon, this keto green smoothie recipe from Healthy Food Tribe detoxifies and improves your acid-alkaline balance.
The zesty, fresh taste will energize you while the quality ingredients keep you going.
Try this recipe from Low Carb Yum for a minty, creamy take on the traditional green smoothie. It blends cilantro, lime, and vanilla into an avocado, almond milk and coconut milk base.
The result? A super-charged mojito-like flavor.
Keto Green Juice Recipes
Looking for an easy way to enjoy a healthy green snack without the heaviness of a smoothie? Green juice recipes are the way to go.
Toss these antioxidant-packed recipes into your juicer and enjoy a refreshing drink.
This refreshing and ultra-nourishing keto green juice recipe is made with celery, lemon juice, detoxifying herbs, and re-hydrating cucumber.
Parsley and mint give it an herbaceous flavor, while the collagen powder supports your gut and skin. Pour over ice cubes and enjoy.
This keto green juice recipe from Reboot with Joe is absolutely worth drinking on chilly days. Ginger induces natural heat in the body and adds a natural tonic taste to a hearty leafy green cabbage base.
This is surely a unique green juice variation that will hold you over until your next meal.
This keto green juice recipe from Reboot with Joe features rosemary, which is a natural anti-inflammatory. It’s paired perfectly with potent ginger.
Want to bring the carbs down even more? Only use half of the pears in this to keep your sugar and carb count down.
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