Who doesn't love chocolate? Honestly, it's such an amazing flavor and a great pick-me-up. You don't need to cut chocolate out on a keto diet either. There are many different chocolatey keto recipes out there, in countless different styles.
In this post, we're focusing on keto chocolate smoothie recipes. These recipes don't just offer an amazing chocolate flavor, they also contain plenty of healthy fats and protein.
As such, they're a good way to keep your macros in check. Many will keep you satisfied too and can be used as a meal replacement.
Table of Contents
- Keto Chocolate Smoothie Recipes
- Low Carb Chocolate Smoothie Bowl
- Nootropic Berry Chocolate Protein Smoothie
- Rich Chocolate Smoothie
- Chocolate Orange Smoothie
- Avocado Collagen Chocolate Smoothie
- Chocolate Pecan Shake
- Chocolate Coconut Smoothie
- Chocolate Smarter Smoothie
- Sunflower Butter And Cocoa Smoothie
- Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
- Chocolate Smoothie With Collagen
- Chocolate Shake
- Chocolate And Avocado Keto Shake
- Cinnamon Chocolate Breakfast Smoothie
- Chocolate Berry Truffle Smoothie
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
- Bulletproof Breakfast Chocolate Milkshake
- Creamy Cocoa Coconut Low Carb Shake
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Shake
- Chocolate Breakfast Shake
- Chocolate Avocado Shake
- Chocolate Avocado Smoothie
- 5 Minute Mocha Smoothie
- Lush Keto Chocolate Milkshake
- Chocolate Green Smoothie
- Chocolate Milkshake
- Frozen Hot Chocolate
- Mexican Chocolate Smoothie
Keto Chocolate Smoothie Recipes
PS. While we’re on the topic of chocolate, check out these chocolate almond fat bomb recipes.
PPS. Keto blueberry smoothies are another sweet style to try out.
Low Carb Chocolate Smoothie Bowl
Smoothie bowls can be even better than regular smoothies. They tend to have a thicker texture, giving you the chance to eat them with a spoon rather than drinking them. This can also make them seem more filling, so the style is a win-win.
This particular recipe comes from Kim at lowcarbmaven.com. Chocolate is the main flavor, but there are some other good ones included in the mix, including vanilla and berries.
Nootropic Berry Chocolate Protein Smoothie
Nootropics offer a way to boost cognition and energy. This recipe, from perfectketo.com, takes advantage of that idea while the smoothie still acts as a powerful source of antioxidants, protein and healthy fats.
With all of those benefits, you'd expect this smoothie to taste bad, but that's not the case at all. Instead, the drink is creamy, rich in chocolate and even has a slightly nutty undertone. You'll love it.
Rich Chocolate Smoothie
Speaking of rich chocolate smoothies, here's one from spinachtiger.com. This time it relies on avocado as one of the main ingredients. Avocado is such an important addition. The fruit makes your smoothie much thicker and more creamy. You often can't even taste the avocado, especially when there is chocolate in the mix.
As Angela points out, you can also add in a shot of coffee to the smoothie. This helps to step it up a level, giving you a great kick start to your morning.
Chocolate Orange Smoothie
The combination of chocolate and orange is amazing, but it isn't used nearly often enough. This recipe from wickedstuffed.com is a delightful exception, where the orange nicely contrasts against the rich chocolate flavor. There are even greens included to provide you with nutritional advantages.
Avocado Collagen Chocolate Smoothie
This is another recipe that uses avocado along with chocolate. There is also collagen in the mix, which your body uses for your skin and joints, along with many other areas. The post from ketovale.com provides various details about why collagen is important, along with information about a version that you can use.
Chocolate Pecan Shake
Emilie mentions that this chocolate pecan shake ends up tasting a lot like rocky road. That’s a fantastic flavor for a keto smoothie. It’s also a little more interesting than a shake that just tastes like chocolate. The recipe can be found at texasgranolagirl.com. One cool feature is that the smoothie contains roughly 20 grams of fat per serving. This should make the smoothie very satisfying.
Chocolate Coconut Smoothie
Some flavors just combine perfectly with one another. Chocolate and coconut are great examples. This recipe takes advantage of both of them, offering you a tasty smoothie that is still easy to prepare. The smoothie comes from Jo at ketodietapp.com. Many of the ingredients also offer health benefits, making this a particularly good smoothie to try.
Chocolate Smarter Smoothie
This smoothie really is designed with chocolate lovers in mind. It is packed full of flavor and even tastes like dessert, despite the fact that it is a low carb recipe. There is also plenty of information about additions you can make, such as extra sources of protein, fat and/or fiber. You can find the full recipe over at tasty-yummies.com.
On a side note, this is a hidden vegetable smoothie. This style means that you're getting an extra boost of nutrition, even though you can't taste the vegetables at all.
Sunflower Butter And Cocoa Smoothie
Mellissa from ibreatheimhungry.com offers this unusual recipe for you to try. It relies on sunflower butter, which isn't an extremely common ingredient choice. This provides a little sweetness to the mix, as does the coconut milk. The end result is a mild chocolatey smoothie that makes an ideal breakfast choice.
Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
This recipe from Maya at wholesomeyum.com manages to be simple and amazing at the same time. The first advantage is the flavor combination. Who doesn’t love chocolate and peanut butter? Okay, I know some people won't, but the flavors do remain extremely popular.
The recipe also uses only five ingredients. This makes it very easy to prepare. You don't need to do a large shop to get the ingredients. You probably have most of them at home already.
Chocolate Smoothie With Collagen
This smoothie comes from perfectketo.com and it's a great choice if you want something that is relatively simple. The main flavor is chocolate, while avocado is included for extra creaminess and collagen adds to the health benefits. Jo also offers some details about how you can make smoothie prepping easier every week.
Here's a smoothie choice for picky eaters. The drink simply tastes like a chocolate shake. That's enough to get any kid on board. There's also a vegetable included, providing extra nutrition. Speaking of nutrition, Tessa provides details about various additions that you can make to improve the shake even further.
The full recipe can be found over at tessadomesticdiva.com. It does include a wide selection of ingredients, but most of these are easy to find.
Chocolate And Avocado Keto Shake
Gerri from myketokitchen.com follows a familiar style, chocolate and avocado. This combination of flavors and textures does always work well. In this case, it creates a thick shake that is also creamy. The inclusion of chia seed also alters the texture somewhat. Gerri mentions that you can leave the shake in the fridge for longer to take advantage of the gelatinous nature of chia seeds and create an even thicker shake.
Cinnamon Chocolate Breakfast Smoothie
Cinnamon is a great addition to a chocolate smoothie. The spice helps to add in extra flavor, making the drink more interesting. This is also a high fat recipe, which is ideal for boosting your fat intake. The recipe itself comes from paleoflourish.com and is easy to make.
Chocolate Berry Truffle Smoothie
I love the flavor profile of this recipe from theketoqueens.com. Who doesn't adore the combination of chocolate and berries? The smoothie is a great choice if you want something rich and creamy for breakfast. The main limitation is that this one is relatively low in protein. As such, it could be best if you expect to have an early lunch.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
This recipe from thebigmansworld.com is suitable for many different diet types, including paleo, keto, vegan and gluten free diets. The smoothie also ends up being very thick and creamy, to the point that it is similar to a thickshake. There are also details on the site about how to make the best smoothie possible, along with alterations that you can make.
Bulletproof Breakfast Chocolate Milkshake
This chocolate shake takes its inspiration from Bulletproof coffee. That coffee offers a powerful boost of energy for keto dieters, while also making it easier to get into ketosis and stay there.
This version comes from gnom-gnom.com and it only follows some of the official bulletproof approaches. For example, MCT oil is included as an optional ingredient, rather than an essential one. Additionally, this recipe doesn't include coffee. Even with these aspects, the milkshake is still great for nutrition.
Creamy Cocoa Coconut Low Carb Shake
A great aspect of this recipe is that it is perfect for so many different diet types. Not only is the smoothie low in carbs, it is also dairy free, gluten free, vegan and paleo. Lindsay also mentions that you can heat up the shake to make a low carb hot chocolate. It’s also a high fat shake, making it a perfect way to hit your fat goals each day. The recipe comes from cottercrunch.com. You can check out all of the details for it there.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Shake
This recipe, from theskinnyfork.com, features the popular flavors of chocolate and peanut butter. It’s also a very simple recipe, using just four ingredients. Simple recipes like this are often amazing. They are easy to create, while still giving you all the nutrients that you need. You could also simply add in extra flavoring ingredients if you wanted it to taste a little different.
Chocolate Breakfast Shake
The biggest advantage of this chocolate shake is its simplicity. The shake would be a perfect choice for kids or for anyone who is a picky eater. You can find all the details you need at stepawayfromthecarbs.com.
Another interesting aspect is the nutrients. This shake contains around ten grams of protein per serving and eight grams of fat. These aren’t high numbers, making the shake better as a snack than a meal replacement choice. This isn’t a bad aspect. You don’t necessarily want a filling and heavy shake all of the time.
Chocolate Avocado Shake
If you’re a chocolate lover, this is the shake for you. It comes from tasty-yummies.com and looks like a rich and decadent treat that you might buy. Despite this, it is a very healthy recipe, one that offers plenty of nutrients and barely any sugar. Like most chocolate and avocado drinks, you’re only going to taste the chocolate. Avocado is simply included to for ingredients make the shake creamy.
On a side note, you will need to calculate the nutrition details for this recipe yourself. The information isn’t provided on the post. Still, this isn’t too surprising, as some parts of the recipe have more than one type of ingredient that you can use.
Chocolate Avocado Smoothie
Here’s another chocolate avocado choice. This time it comes from tastefulketo.com. As the image suggests, this is a recipe that buries the avocado flavor in chocolate. Rowan even mentions that you don’t taste the avocado at all. This recipe also has some key differences from the previous example, using its own selection of ingredients. You’ll have to check the recipe out for yourself to see why the smoothie tastes so good.
5 Minute Mocha Smoothie
This shake comes from simplysohealthy.com and it’s a nice alternative to plain chocolate. As the name suggests, this one includes coffee in the mix. It would be a fun drink to try first thing in the morning or anytime when you need an extra boost of energy. Once again, you’re not going to taste the avocado. It simply adds to the nutrition and the creaminess of the drink.
Lush Keto Chocolate Milkshake
Here's a good shake for every chocolate lover. It comes from the site ketofirst.com and contains a surprising variety of ingredients. Some of these should be included no matter what, while others are optional add-ins. If made as written, the shake contains five grams of protein, which is a moderate amount.
Chocolate Green Smoothie
This smoothie comes from ditchthecarbs.com. It’s a surprisingly simple recipe that combines the idea of a green smoothie with berries and chocolate. The end result is a green smoothie that actually tastes like a treat. It is a good source of fat too, with more than 33 grams of fat per serving, for just 7.7 net grams of carbs.
Libby also mentions the importance of creating a smooth shake. If you can, blend the shake until it is entirely smooth. This makes the greens almost unnoticeable, even to kids.
This dairy free chocolate shake comes from the site ketosummit.com. It is a simple recipe, with just six ingredients and five net grams of carbs per serving. Louise also provides a list of various boosters that you can add into your smoothie. Some of these make the drink taste better, while others provide nutritional benefits.
Frozen Hot Chocolate
Emilie from texasgranolagirl.com offers this frozen hot chocolate. The recipe is basically just a chocolate smoothie, but the name does make it sound much more interesting. It’s a slightly unusual choice, as Emilie uses both almond milk and coconut milk in the recipe. Still, the ingredients combine together well to create a smoothie that has an interesting texture and flavor.
Mexican Chocolate Smoothie
This chocolate smoothie is one of my favorite items featured on this list. I love the fact that it has an unusual balance of flavors. You don’t need many ingredients to get that flavor combination either. In fact, there are only two ingredients here that most other chocolate smoothie recipes don’t contain. You can find all of the details that you need at the site wickedstuffed.com.