Keto Berry Smoothie Recipe: What Your Morning is Missing

Smoothie with fruit on top

Lisa TestaBoost your energy and eliminate cravings for junk food with this keto berry smoothie that's low in carbohydrates and full of healthy fats from both avocado and coconut. 

A few reasons to love berries...

Berries are one of the few low-glycemic fruits that are allowed on a Keto diet. They have exceptionally potent anti-inflammatory properties because of their rich abundance of anthocyanins, which are antioxidant pigments that give them their vibrant red, blue, or purple color.

Blueberries, in particular, are an especially rich source of quercetin, a powerful antioxidant pigment which protects your body’s cells from membrane damage and death, helping to defend against aging. This incredible antioxidant pigment also causes fat cells to self-destruct and stops new fat cells from forming!

Keto Berry Smoothie


1/4 an avocado

1/4 cup full-fat unsweetened coconut milk

1/4 cup fresh or frozen berries of your choice

1 cup water

Stevia or monk fruit to taste (optional)



In a blender, combine all ingredients until smooth... and enjoy!

Bio image of article author Lisa Testa, M.S.

With over two decades of expertise in the field of Health & Wellness, Lisa Testa, M.S. is an experienced nutritionist who has dedicated her career to empowering hundreds of clients on their journeys to weight loss and natural healing through the transformative power of raw food nutrition.

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