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Creamy Keto Cinnamon Smoothie

|Creamy Keto Cinnamon Smoothie

I'm a big fan of keto smoothies because they are the perfect go-to meal when I don't have time to cook. Even if you can't eat dairy or eggs, you can make it with NuZest protein powders - a clean, plant-based protein powder I recently discovered and love!

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Nutritional values (per serving):

4.7 grams 3.5 grams 23.6 grams 40.3 grams 35.2 grams 467 calories
Total Carbs8.2grams
Net Carbs4.7grams
of which Saturated35.2grams
Magnesium54mg (14%)
Potassium562mg (28%)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (4%), protein (20%), fat (76%)

Ingredients (makes 1 serving):


  1. Add the coconut milk, protein powder, cinnamon and ground chia seeds in a blender (I use Kenwood with a blender attachment).
    |Creamy Keto Cinnamon Smoothie
  2. Add the MCT oil or coconut oil. Both MCT and coconut oil will boost fat burning and work great in this recipe. MCT oil is more suitable for cold drinks, as it doesn't solidify like coconut oil does. If you use coconut oil, make sure you blend it well! Add ice and, optionally, a few drops of stevia.
    |Creamy Keto Cinnamon Smoothie
  3. Blend until smooth and serve immediately. |Creamy Keto Cinnamon Smoothie
  4. Enjoy! |Creamy Keto Cinnamon Smoothie

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Comments (8)

Hi, I'm so happy that I have found your website. I am going to make this shake for breakfast. I appreciate your site. Thank you.


Thank you Stephanie, I hope ypu like it! Smile


Hi, didn't see the calories listed for the Cinnamon Smoothie. Has it been calculated?


Hi Sam, the calorie value is listed as "energy" and "kcal".


This is very similar to a cinnamon chia seed pudding I posted yesterday. I'm out of protein powder at the moment though, I'll have to pick some up so I can make this and report back. My husband said he liked the taste of the pudding, but didn't like the tapioca-like texture. Your recipe seems like the perfect solution!


I hope you both like it! Smile I actually like the grainy, tapioca-like texture but I know some people use ground chia seeds to make pudding. I tried both and to my surprise I preferred it with whole seeds. Ground chia made it taste slightly bitter.


I never tried a smoothie with cinnamon. It must add strong aroma to it Smile


It's creamy and delicious! Smile


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