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Keto Green Smoothie

This KETO GREEN SMOOTHIE is packed with vitamins, nutrients, and healthy fats to keep you satisfied until your next meal. Simple and sweet, it’s the perfect keto breakfast.

Pouring green smoothie from the blender into a glass

Truth time: I’ve never been much of a smoothie person.

I would just rather chew my food than drink it. I think the act of chewing helps signal that I’ve eaten a meal and I don’t get that from drinking a smoothie.

My family, on the other hand, absolutely loves smoothies. 

We have a fancy high-powered blender because my daughter makes smoothies allllll the time. Meanwhile, I’m over here eating bacon and eggs. 😉 

avocado smoothies on a counter with avocados and strawberries

Enter this avocado smoothie. I’ll eat anything if you throw an avocado at it and this is no exception!

The healthy fats from the avocado make this so filling!

Keto Breakfasts eBook: 

This keto green smoothie recipe was created while I was working on my latest eBook, Keto Breakfasts. 

It’s actually the cover of the book!

keto breakfast cookbook cover on a kindle

I’m sharing this recipe with you here today, but in the book you’ll find tons of other recipes that aren’t on the blog. 

Recipes include: 

  • Blueberry Coconut Pancakes
  • Pumpkin Noatmeal
  • Egg in a Hole
  • Smoked Sausage Hash

There are 28 recipes in total with chapters ranging from on the go breakfasts, to re-imagined classics, to breakfast sides! 

Get more info here!

Avocado smoothie: 

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ingredients for avocado smoothie in a blender

This avocado smoothie recipe starts out with just a handful of ingredients: spinach, strawberries, avocado, hemp seeds, your choice of milk (we use almond), and a touch of sweetener. 

Any blender should be able to handle this smoothie, but we have a Blendtec and love it. This NutriBullet has almost 15k reviews and looks like a winner at a much lower price point. 

You really just toss everything into your blender and let it work it’s magic.

healthy avocado smoothie recipe in glass

Ingredient swaps: 

Hemp seeds are optional here, but we love the nutrients they add. You could use flax seed instead, if you prefer. Both of these are used in my keto oatmeal so be sure to grab some!

Strawberries could be replaced with blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries, but the nutrition info and flavor will change a bit. They’re all delicious options though!

green smoothie with strawberries next to avocados

Frozen avocado can be purchased in most well-stocked grocers. It comes in small chunks and is perfect for smoothies. You could chop and freeze your own avocado as well.

The sweetener I use is Lakanto Liquid Monkfruit Sweetener. I love that you only need a drop or two and there is no funky aftertaste. Use my coupon code THATLOWCARBLIFE for 20% off your entire order at Lakanto. (We also use their golden sweetener, powdered sweetener, and chocolate chips regularly in my house!) 

The sweetener isn’t strictly necessary, but we prefer a bit more sweetness to our smoothies so it’s a must for us. You could also use liquid stevia if that’s what you have on hand. 

More low carb breakfast recipes: 

Breakfast Pizza: We usually make this for brinner, but it’s good in the morning too!

Chaffles: The low carb craze people are raving about!

Keto Breakfat Casserole: Packed with so much goodness!

Low Carb Bagels: You won’t believe how easy these are!

Frittata Muffins: I use bacon and broccoli, but these are easy to change up.

strawberry avocado smoothie in glass with a strawberry on the rim

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Keto Green Smoothie

Packed with nutrients and healthy fats, this green smoothie is subtly sweet and perfect for taking breakfast on the go.

Yield 2 servings
Prep Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 2 cups baby spinach
  • 1 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 cup frozen strawberry slices
  • ½ cup frozen avocado chunks
  • 2 tablespoons hemp seeds
  • 3 drops Lakanto Monkfruit Extract, see note


  1. Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. 
  2. Divide between two glasses and drink immediately.


Note: The Lakanto Monkfruit Extract is not strictly necessary, though the smoothie will have just a hint of sweetness from the strawberries without it. If you prefer a sweeter smoothie, adding a few drops of monkfruit extract sweetens it up nicely. Adjust as necessary to sweeten to your liking.

Nutrition Information:

Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 148Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 172mgCarbohydrates: 10gNet Carbohydrates: 5gFiber: 5gProtein: 6g

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23 thoughts on “Keto Green Smoothie”

  1. It tastes lovely – even my 11 year old loves ist. But ours turns out completely brown like a chocolate smoothie – not green at all. It’s funny to drink something that looks like chocolate but tastes like strawberry

    1. Karly Campbell

      Oh, that’s funny! I’ve never had ours turn brown before – I wonder why it’s doing that?

  2. Paul Speirs

    Just tried this today and it was fine. I didn’t have any sweetener as I don’t really like the low carb sweeteners, so I have steadily been desweetening my tastebuds to the point that porridge made with water is acceptable to my tastebuds (it wasn’t initially). I did everything as per except the sweetener and used chia seeds instead as that’s all my local Aldi had. Nice quick easy recipe for a breakfast that can be made in advance and is simple to consume. Thumbs up from me.

  3. I love smoothies! And I will definitely try this recipe. I like that it’s simple and yet so healthy and it has an avocado in it. A couple of things I’d like to add: Yes, chewing is important because it does signal that you’re eating and helps to slow down the eating process. It’s too tempting to guzzle it down in just minutes. Eating while stressing to get somewhere on time is not good. Second, I’d like to suggest chia seeds as an awesome addition to smoothies. But, stir it in after you pour it into the glass. I’ve had a really hard time with chia gumming up my blender. I have never used the chia powder so I don’t know how that will behave in a blender.

    1. Hi, I can taste the spinach which is so gross. Is there anything I can add to cut the taste of the spinach?

  4. I noticed it said drink immediately, I am not going to drink both serving at 1 time. Does it refrigerate?

    1. Karly Campbell

      Hi Lisa! It’ll separate a bit as it sets. You could try stirring it back together or just halve the recipe.

        1. You will not taste the avocado. I don’t like avocado, but I tried this recipe anyway. It was really good.

  5. Christina Horne

    Hello! I have made cookies with the ethrynol and it leaves the cooling sensation. I don’t like that Will using the monkfruit sweetener do the same?

    1. Karly Campbell

      Hi Christina! Lakanto Monkfruit is mostly erythritol with a bit of monkfruit extract added. I find less of a cooling sensation with this blend than with straight erythrtiol, but you might still get some of that sensation.

  6. Chia doesn’t have any flavor, it helps thicken the shakes, and it’s good for your health.

  7. Hi Karly, will chia seed powder be ok as a substitute for the hemp seeds, and if so, at what measurement?

    1. Karly Campbell

      Hi AJ! I’ve never tested this with chia seeds, so I really can’t say. If you give it a try, let us know how it turns out. 🙂

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