Chocolate Coconut Keto Milkshake

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Chocolate Coconut Keto Milkshake

This keto milkshake recipe is a slightly modified version from my friend Megan Kelly.  She has an incredible blog and is a Licensed Esthetician specializing in holistic nutrition, woman’s hormones, and spiritual health.  Try out this great chocolate coconut keto milkshake recipe today!

Chocolate Coconut Keto Milkshake

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Yield 4 servings

Keto Milkshake Ingredients

2 cups full fat coconut milk

2 tablespoons coconut almond butter or nut butter of your choice

2 scoops protein powder (we like collagen protein)

1 dropper full of vanilla stevia

1/4 cup raw cacao nibs

Keto Milkshake Instructions

Step #1:  Pour 1 cup milk into ice cube tray and freeze (probably 2 hours)

Step #2:  Blend remaining  1 cup liquid coconut milk with nut butter, vanilla protein powder, and vanilla stevia until smooth.

Step #3:  Add coconut milk ice cubes and blend until just smooth and no ice cube chunks remain (don’t blend too much or the ice will begin to melt, and you’ll lose that thick milkshake consistency).

Step #4:  Pulse in cacao nibs or chocolate chips until they’re evenly distributed and flecked throughout milkshake, but not completely incorporated.

Courses Breakfast or Dessert

Cuisine Smoothie

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1/2 cup

Amount Per Serving

Calories 440

% Daily Value

Total Fat 40 g

62%

Total Carbohydrates 17 g

6%

Dietary Fiber 10 g

40%

Sugars 5 g

Protein 12 g

24%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Special Notes

Feel free to use any sweetener that you like, but but to keep it keto you will need to stick with monk fruit, erythritol, xylitol or stevia.  If you use raw honey, coconut sugar or maple syrup the sugar content in one of those sweeteners would make it higher carb.

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We used coconut almond butter for this recipe, but you can use almond butter, cashew butter, macadamia nut butter or even a high quality organic peanut butter if you really wanted too (although peanut butter is more inflammatory than other nut butters).

The key thing in order to make this milkshake so delicious, thick, and creamy is to freeze half of the milk beforehand and blend right before consuming.  You can add in more collagen protein through Organic bone broth collagen or Keto Maple Protein which would both be great choices.

Dr Jockers Comments

I have always loved the classic milkshake texture and flavor.  This recipe really provides that same incredible goodness but in a ketogenic form that helps you burn fat, have more energy and think more clearly!!

Coconut is one of the healthiest fats as it is rich in medium chain fats that are easier for the body to convert into ketones to fuel cellular energy.  Coconut fats are also very stable and resist oxidation unlike many other plant based fats.

Raw cacao adds polyphenol anti-oxidants that reduce inflammation and compounds such as theobromine and PEA’s that increase circulation to the brain and support dopamine and serotonin production for a positive mood and mental focus!

You can use any high quality protein powder you like, or completely omit the protein powder if you want.  I like getting more collagen protein into my body to support my joints, skin and gut lining so I love our new organic collagen protein and keto protein powders you can find on our store here

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