Wake up and put some fat in your belly! The most beautiful part of a ketogenic lifestyle is that you get to focus on healthy fats, and without fear that it will make you pack on pounds. Really... the mindset shift from fear of fats to outright focus on them is still kind of mind-boggling, even if you've been eating keto for months or years.
And what's a more healthy fat than avocado? Pretty much nothing. There are so many reasons to start your day with an avocado, and this keto breakfast (or anytime) smoothie recipe offers a creamy and delightful start to your fat-fueled day.
How to make the Avocado Coconut Ginger Smoothie
Ingredients for Avocado Coconut Ginger Smoothie
- 1 cup full fat canned coconut milk
- 1 whole avocado
- 1 Tbsp lime juice
- 1 tsp ginger root
- 1/4 cup ice (may add more if frothier texture is desired)
- 8 drops Lakanto Liquid Monkfruit Sweetener Drops
Blend it all into a crisp, smooth way to starting an amazing day. Enjoy!
Obviously, depending on what your macro structure is, you could add your favorite collagen powder or protein powder to this and beef up the nutritionals even more. But even in its simplest form, this Avocado Coconut Ginger Smoothie will fill you up, fuel your fat-burning metabolic fire, and set you on the path for a great day.
Recipe Nutrition Information
If you're going to take in a handful of carbohydrates, do so in the morning. You'll give your body time to burn any of those up during the day, and you'll set the tone for monitoring carbs closely for the rest of the day. Unlike a breakfast of eggs and bacon, this smoothie does account for a few net carbohydrates—5.2 net carbs to be exact.
- Calories: 711
- Fat: 12 grams
- Total Carbohydrates: 14.2
- Fiber: 9 grams
- Net Carbohydrates: 5.2
- Protein: 3 grams
You can see this smoothie has a great macro breakdown for a keto eater: 12 grams of healthy fat + 9 grams of filling fiber + 3 grams of muscle-building protein. Enjoy!
This smoothie is absolutely delicious a great way to get your avocado in if you don’t really like the taste of eating an actual avocado, love it. Thanks Lakanto!
Could you please put the recipe on line with ingredient measurements so I can print it? Thanks!
What blender do you like to use? Also I noticed you have a baking sugar product. What is the difference between the baking sugar and the classic or golden Locanto sugar
which is sweeter – monk fruit OR monk fruit and erythritol?
what is erythritol?
which country do these two ingredients originate?