Keto Avocado Smoothie Bowl


Packed with vitamins and nutrients, this keto avocado smoothie bowl is the perfect meal. It’s simple, sweet and perfect way to enjoy an egg-free, dairy-free breakfast on the keto diet! Top with your favorite nuts, seeds and berries.

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Keto Smoothie Bowl Ingredients

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  • Keto Avocado Smoothie Bowl
  • Low Carb Smoothie Bowl Recipe

    thick smoothie bowl with strawberries and raspberries and a bowl of hemp seeds

    Looking for a keto recipe that doesn’t require any cooking or eggs or dairy? Here’s a keto smoothie bowl for you! No cooking, quick, easy to make and filled with nutrients! Potassium, magnesium, vitamins, healthy fats, nutrients… you name it, this low carb avocado smoothie bowl has it! It is the perfect option to energize yourself. This keto green smoothie bowl really is a superfood!

    It is also low on carbs, sugar, and gluten, making it great for your keto diet. It features avocado (can use fresh or frozen avocado), spinach, berries and nut milk.

    It is a fantastic option for a meal to enjoy when you don’t have a lot of time. All you have to do is throw in all the ingredients into a blender and a delicious meal is ready. Whether you want to enjoy a keto smoothie bowl for breakfast, after an intense workout or when you’re craving something sweet and energizing, this keto avocado smoothie bowl has got you covered!

    a smoothie bowl next to berries and an avocado

    What is a Smoothie Bowl?

    You’ve guessed it already: a keto smoothie bowl is a smoothie in a bowl! Instead of sipping it, you can enjoy it with a spoon. Plus, it is thicker than the smoothie in a glass, making it like a meal. It’s perfect for topping with you favorite nuts, seeds or berries!

    If you are looking for a keto smoothie recipe, try a creamy avocado smoothie – it’s low carb and contains no added sugar!

    Are Smoothie Bowls Suitable for a Keto Diet?

    The answer to this question is both yes and no! Many smoothie bowls are loaded with sugar and carbs so they are definitely not keto approved. You will want to avoid ordering a smoothie bowl at a restaurant or grocery store because they will likely not be keto friendly and contain lots of added sugars. But with this keto smoothie bowl recipe, you don’t have to worry about added sugars. Whole ingredients are added to create the yummiest version of a smoothie bowl that you will love! You don’t need to add the sweetener. It’s delicious without it but it’s an option for those who desire a little extra sweetness.

    We have included all the ingredients that are low carb and have a low glycemic index.

    creamy berry smoothie bowl with berries on top

    How to Make Your Smoothie Bowl Creamy?

    Many people love their smoothie bowl to be thick and creamy. Most smoothie bowl recipes use bananas to add thickness. Bananas will make your smoothie bowl creamy, but they will also make it high in carbs and sugar. Bananas are not keto.

    So, the real question is how to make your smoothie bowl extra, extra creamy without the extra carbs? Let’s talk about a little secret here! The avocados in the recipe add a nice touch of creaminess to the recipe. Avocado is high in healthy fats and perfect for extra creaminess. They will produce a thick texture without the extra carbs.

    You can also slowly add in your nut milk, like coconut milk or macadamia nut milk, or heavy cream too. Perhaps you want a very thick keto smoothie bowl, well slowly drizzle in your cream or nut milk until you get the desired thickness. Even almond milk makes for a delicious keto smoothie.

    Variations and Extras

    Time to get fancy! Even though the avocado smoothie bowl is quite delicious on its own, it’s always fun to add fancy toppings.

    There are many options that you can add. You might want to throw in an assortment of nuts in your smoothie bowl. Think of almonds, pili nuts, pecans, macadamia nuts, walnuts, etc. Just chop ‘em up, and throw ‘em in! The nuts will add a delectable crunch to go along with the sweet creaminess.

    Another great idea is to add coconut. You can add coconut chips or coconut shreds and add it as the topping. It adds a nice layer of flavor to the smoothie bowl and makes it even richer in nutrients.

    Chia seeds are also a great option to garnish your smoothie bowl. They don’t just taste good, but they also give a nice look to your smoothie bowl. Whenever you think of chia seeds, think of antioxidants, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and protein. It is the best thing ever! Chia seeds also work to keep you full longer too.

    If you are looking for a variety of toppings, go for hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds as well.

    If you want to make your smoothie bowl richer, try adding nut or seed butter. A dollop of sun butter, pecan butter or almond butter can make the smoothie bowl richer and also more satisfying.

    You can also add low carb protein powder to the recipe. Do make sure that the protein powder is unflavored and keto-friendly.

    Experiment with either goji berries or acai berries either the powder or the actual acai berries. Even add a couple teaspoons of matcha powder. The green tea flavor works so well with the sweet berries.

    Adding a couple tablespoons of MCT oil is a great way to add in a little extra fat to help keep you full and for metal clarity.

    Love chocolate? Try adding some cocoa powder or sugar free chocolate for a creamy chocolate smoothie bowl.

    Many people also like a tinge of lemony flavor hiding in the sweetness of their smoothie. Adding a few drops of lemon juice can give the smoothie a nice citrusy edge that you will love!

    a thick berry bowl with seeds and berries on top and scattered around

    What Berries to Use In this Recipe?

    There is a variety of fruits you can add to your keto green smoothie bowl. Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries are all great choices. They don’t have more than 8-10 grams of carbs per 100 grams. Feel free to add frozen or fresh berries. I prefer frozen because they yield a cold, frozen smoothie bowl that reminds me of ice cream or frozen yogurt.

    Also, the berries don’t just add a punch of color to your smoothie. They are also loaded with delicious nutrients and vitamins.

    You can also go for other keto-friendly vegetables such as kale, swiss chard, cucumber, zucchini and celery to add variety to your keto green smoothie bowl.

    Milk Options

    This recipe features ½ cup of nut milk. The good news is that you can use any milk of your choice. Almond milk, macadamia nut milk, pili nut milk and coconut milk are all great options. If you want, you can also substitute nut milk with heavy cream to make your smoothie thick, tasty and rich.

    a purple smoothie bowl topped with berries and coconut shreds

    How to Make the Smoothie Bowl Extra Sweet?

    Now, this is the most important question: how to make your smoothie bowl sweet without loading it with sugar. For many people, low carb berries such as raspberries and blueberries add the perfect amount of sweetness to the smoothie bowl. But if you’re looking to make the smoothie bowl even sweeter, you can try out a keto friendly sweetener such as erythritol, stevia, or monkfruit.

    How to Blend Your Smoothie Bowl?

    You can easily blend your smoothie in any food processor or blender. Add the ingredients and push the button. Easy!

    A high-powered blender will blend the fibrous vegetables and turn them into a rich and creamy smoothie. Just make sure that you blend the ingredients properly. You might need to stop and scrape down the sides or shake the blender.

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Keto Avocado Smoothie Bowl

    Servings: 1

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 189
    Fat 13.2g
    Protein 4.2g
    Total Carbs 17.1g
    Net Carbs 4.8g

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    1 Comment

    1. Just made the Avocado Smoothie Bowl. It is delicious!!! Takes like a sweet strawberry smoothie! Will love this any time of day. I added Chia Seeds. Next time I think I will add Cinnamon also for extra health benefits.
      Thank you for your wonderful recipes!

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