Zero Carb Milkshake

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If you are craving something sweet but don't want to spend a lot of time baking something in the kitchen, try this easy keto milkshake that is near zero carbs! This creamy milkshake will satisfy your sweet tooth and keep you full without hindering your goals.

Keto Milkshake Ingredients

  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 cup water
  • 3 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons powdered monkfruit blend sweetener
  • 1/2 - 1 dropperful toasted marshmallow flavor or 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Zero Carb Milkshake Directions

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Zero Carb Milkshake Recipe

a glass with a milkshake topped with whipped cream, marshmallows and a red swirl straw

Finding a keto dessert until 1 gram net carb can be challenging. Although most sugar free sweeteners are zero carb, the flour replacements like almond flour and coconut flour are not carb free. Even when it comes to milkshakes, many on the keto diet or carnivore diet will add a ton of heavy cream to their meals or desserts. Heavy whipping cream is not completely void of carbs. The official amount of carbs per 1 tablespoons is 0.3 g carbs. That’s why in this keto milkshake recipe, we only add 3 tablespoons of heavy cream so that we stay until 1 gram carb for our zero carb dessert.

Don’t worry, this milkshake is still creamy, sweet and has a unique toasted marshmallow flavor – thanks to our flavoring extract drops.

white creamy milkshake with whipped cream and toasted marshmallow on top

Is Heavy Cream Allowed on the Carnivore Diet?

It depends! Some strict carnivore who only eat beef, salt and water will say no, but others who consume anything from an animal will be okay with it. And there are others who do allow a small amount of extras, like sweeteners, spices, plant oils – as long as the carbs are near zero. Since heavy cream has 0.3 g carbs per tablespoon, as long as you don’t consume too much, you will be fine. Three tablespoons of heavy whipping cream is enough to make this carnivore milkshake creamy without adding in too many carbohydrates.

Flavoring

I choose to make this zero carb dessert a toasted marshmallow flavor using flavoring extract from One on One Flavors. You can save 10% off your order with my code Ketofocus-10. You can use any flavor extract in this recipe. If you use the drops, add 1/2 to 1 dropperful of extract. If you use a regular flavor extract, like vanilla, add in 1/2 teaspoon.

Experiment with different flavors. Try adding chocolate, almond and coconut to make an almond joy flavor. For graham cracker and toasted marshmallow to make a s’mores milkshake! They even have a banana extract for those missing banana smoothies!

Sweetener

Technically, sweeteners are not allowed on the carnivore diet; although, some do consume them in moderation. As you progress on a meat only diet, you will lose your sweet tooth and not really crave anything sweet.

Some people adopt a blend of the carnivore and keto diets called a ketovore diet. These folks mostly eat carnivore (meat only) on the weekdays and then splurge with some keto foods on the weekends. They will consume sweets and plant based foods on the weekends, but still try to stay as low of carb as possible.

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