Keto Blueberry Avocado Smoothie Recipe / Eric and Karen Berg


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This keto blueberry avocado smoothie is fresh, super tasty, and packed with healthy fats. Give it a try!
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1:45 How to make a blueberry avocado smoothie
In this video, we’re going to share a delicious keto blueberry avocado smoothie recipe. We’re always looking for fun ways to have drinks, side dishes, and more while keeping them keto-friendly. This fantastic keto-friendly blueberry smoothie recipe has avocado in it, and you can’t even taste the avocado. 

This keto smoothie has blubbery, avocado, almond milk, and it’s sweetened with a small amount of erythritol. It’s always great when you can sneak some healthy fats like avocado into your meals. Low-fat foods spike the reaction on the glycemic index as well as the insulin index if you do really low-fat protein. But, the fat in this healthy smoothie from the avocado helps buffer the small amount of sugar in the blueberries. Blueberries also have antioxidants that help fight free-radicals. 

This is a smooth and creamy blueberry smoothie packed with healthy fats to keep you going all day. It’s fresh, not too sweet, and it’s super tasty. Even your kids will love this!

We hope you enjoy this delicious keto blueberry avocado smoothie recipe. Thanks for watching!





  1. Just plugged this into carb manager. Assuming this recipe is 2 servings, you’re looking at 35 net carbs for 1 serving. I try to stay under 20 carbs per day, so this would not fit my macros. HOWEVER, I did make this recipe with 1/4 cup (for one serving) fresh blueberries and it still came out delicious.


    I'm not an avocado lover. But I know it's crazy-rich in so many nutrients so I've been looking for a recipe that masks the taste. I can still taste it a little, but it's fine with the blueberries. I broke it down to 1/3 of the original recipe. 1/2 small avocado, 1 cup of blueberries, 1/2 cup milk, 2 tsp erythritol, plus 1/2 vanilla extract helped to.

  3. There are 54 net carbs in 3 cups of blueberries! How can this be ok on keto!? Even if it was 4 servings that would still be too high for my comfort zone! By looking at those glasses they are drinking, my guess is it’s 2 servings. So that would be 27 carbs (for just the blueberries).
    29 net carbs for the shake (if it was two serving) Yikes! I’d love to drink it it looks really delicious. But I am going to have to pass.