Low-carb blueberry smoothie

Low-carb blueberry smoothie

This is the perfect on-the-go, easy-peasy, low-carb breakfast. Fresh, flavorful blueberries meet their match when combined with coconut milk, lemon juice and vanilla. Make a big batch for the whole family to enjoy! Divine!

Low-carb blueberry smoothie

This is the perfect on-the-go, easy-peasy, low-carb breakfast. Fresh, flavorful blueberries meet their match when combined with coconut milk, lemon juice and vanilla. Make a big batch for the whole family to enjoy! Divine!
USMetric
2 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 14 oz. 400 g canned, unsweetened coconut milk
  • 3 oz. 75 g frozen blueberries or fresh blueberries
  • 1 tbsp 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • ½ tsp ½ tsp vanilla extract

Instructions

Instructions are for 2 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth.
  2. Taste, and add more lemon juice if desired.

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Tip

For a more filling smoothie, add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil or any other healthful oil. You may also substitute the coconut milk for 1¼ cups Greek yogurt if you prefer a dairy-based smoothie. If so, add a little water for a more liquid consistency.

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70 comments

  1. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Yes, you can substitute.
    Unsweetened almond milk
    1g carb
    1g protein
    2.5g fat

    Unsweetened coconut milk
    1g carb
    0g protein
    4g fat

    Those are for 1 cup serving, Silk brand.

  2. Marguerite

    I may try this not familiar with coconut milk are there different kinds

    Hi Claudia!
    Yes, there are different kinds. Use one that is unsweetened and I hope you'll find one you like. The cans we use are 400 ml (about 13 fl.oz).
    Good luck!

  3. Ilknur
    Hello,
    I'm from Turkey. And I want to ask can I use Turkish homemade yogurt ? Because generally we make our yogurts at home.
    Reply: #54
  4. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hello,
    I'm from Turkey. And I want to ask can I use Turkish homemade yogurt ? Because generally we make our yogurts at home.

    If you can make your yogurt with full fat cream, it would be a good option.

  5. Chuck
    What about Peanut Butter? Any kind
    Replies: #56, #56
  6. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    What about Peanut Butter? Any kind

    For peanut butter make sure there is no added sugar. It should only be peanuts (and salt).

  7. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    What about Peanut Butter? Any kind

    For peanut butter make sure there is no added sugar. It should only be peanuts (and salt).

  8. Kelsey Mabery
    Has anyone tried freezing these into popsicle molds for a summer treat?
  9. Dawn
    So you can use almond milk for the smoothie, blueberries. What other fruit can be used. I cannot use dairy alergic so have to be careful. I find it hard to find recipes with out cheese in , can you suggest any dairy free options i dont like to eat alot of meat i go off alot of things im a really fussy eater. Would appreciate some guidance ..thankyou Dawn
    Reply: #59
  10. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    So you can use almond milk for the smoothie, blueberries. What other fruit can be used. I cannot use dairy alergic so have to be careful. I find it hard to find recipes with out cheese in , can you suggest any dairy free options i dont like to eat alot of meat i go off alot of things im a really fussy eater. Would appreciate some guidance ..thankyou Dawn

    Yes, you can use almond milk. You can also use any berry you prefer. Most other fruit will be too high carb. You can use the recipe search tools to filter for dairy free recipes.

  11. Thomas
    The nutritional info on this recipe seems way off. When I enter it into CM it has way more carbs, way less fat and way less calories. How are you getting 43 g of fat out of 7 oz of coconut milk? Did you leave out an ingredient?
    Reply: #63
  12. Christine
    The keto diet sounds similar to the high protein diets from the early 80's. I lost a lot of weight on one of those diets - it was fantastic. Of course as soon as I went off the diet I gained even more weight than I had lost. Not related to the diet, but I now have a plethora of food allergies... Almonds, all dairy, avocados, all eggs, beef, mushrooms.... So the keto diet looks great, but how can I substitute for my sensitivities? You even use almond flour and almond milk.... I can't tolerate them. Should I simply give up?
    Reply: #62
  13. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    The keto diet sounds similar to the high protein diets from the early 80's. I lost a lot of weight on one of those diets - it was fantastic. Of course as soon as I went off the diet I gained even more weight than I had lost. Not related to the diet, but I now have a plethora of food allergies... Almonds, all dairy, avocados, all eggs, beef, mushrooms.... So the keto diet looks great, but how can I substitute for my sensitivities? You even use almond flour and almond milk.... I can't tolerate them. Should I simply give up?

    There are substitutions for these ingredients, or you can find different recipes. Coconut milk is a good substitute for almond milk.

  14. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    The nutritional info on this recipe seems way off. When I enter it into CM it has way more carbs, way less fat and way less calories. How are you getting 43 g of fat out of 7 oz of coconut milk? Did you leave out an ingredient?

    Different locations and brands may call the same product by different names. If the coconut milk is low fat, try coconut cream instead.

  15. Denise G
    I find the measurements in recipes very odd. Sometimes within the same recipe amounts are on weight(g) and then volume (ml)
    I wish there was more consistency in the amounts
    Reply: #65
  16. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    I find the measurements in recipes very odd. Sometimes within the same recipe amounts are on weight(g) and then volume (ml)
    I wish there was more consistency in the amounts

    Thank you for your feedback. Our recipe team is working hard to standardize our recipes to make them simpler and easier to follow.

  17. mack
    how many calories?
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  19. Polly
    How much sugar is in this? Thanks!
    Reply: #69
  20. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    How much sugar is in this? Thanks!

    This is 10g carbs.

  21. Elizabeth
    Why is the serving size for the coconut milk in grams and not mls? I don’t know how much to use.
  22. Elizabeth
    The coconut milk is in grams and the blueberries are in mls. Should these be swapped around perhaps?
  23. Denny
    How is a 10gram carb smoothie "okay" for a keto diet? Sounds good (though the lemon juice is a bit weird), but that would use up a lot of carbs before lunch!
    Reply: #73
  24. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    How is a 10gram carb smoothie "okay" for a keto diet? Sounds good (though the lemon juice is a bit weird), but that would use up a lot of carbs before lunch!

    This is a moderate low carb recipe, as indicated by the orange, rather than green circle around the carb count number. You can read more about keto, moderate and liberal low carb at this link - https://www.dietdoctor.com/how-low-carb-is-low-carb

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