Low-Carb Easter Smoothie

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Easter Smoothie is my second Easter recipe. Although it's green, there are no vegetables included (avocado is technically a fruit). It's very rich in fiber, high-quality protein and slightly higher in carbs, so it's ideal as a pre/post-workout snack or as part of Targeted Ketogenic Diet.

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Nutritional values (per serving)

10.8 grams 9.7 grams 23.9 grams 23.3 grams 12.3 grams 364 calories
Total Carbs20.5grams
Fiber9.7grams
Net Carbs10.8grams
Protein23.9grams
Fat23.3grams
of which Saturated12.3grams
Calories364kcal
Potassium379mg

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (12.4%), protein (27.4%), fat (60.2%)

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Instructions

Making this smoothie is very simple: halve and scoop out the avocado and place in a blender with peeled melon, kiwi berries and the rest of the ingredients.

Low-Carb Easter Smoothie

Blend until smooth. That's it!

Low-Carb Easter Smoothie

Never heard of kiwi berries?

As I love trying out new ingredients, I recently discovered kiwi berries. Kiwi berries are small green berries that look just like very small kiwi fruit. These sweet berries are rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber. They contain 12.9g of Net Carbs per 100g, which is similar to kiwi fruit or blueberries. As you already know, fruits should be consumed with caution on a low-carb diet. However, they are one of the best ingredient for pre/post-workout meals, especially for those engaged in TKD (Targeted Ketogenic Diet).

Low-Carb Easter Smoothie

Kiwi berries may not be easy to find. Instead of kiwi berries, for the amount used in this recipe, you can also use:

  • strawberries: 70g / 2.5 oz
  • raspberries: 70g / 2.5 oz
  • blackberries: 90g / 3.2 oz
  • blueberries: 30g / 1 oz
  • kiwi fruit: 30g / 1 oz

Using these substitutes will have the same impact on Net Carbs and overall nutritional values.

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I changed the way I ate in 2011, when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid. I had no energy, and I found it more and more difficult to maintain a healthy weight.

That’s when I decided to quit sugar, grains, and processed foods, and to start following a whole-foods-based ketogenic approach to food.

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Comments (2)

This smoothie is the only green smoothie I like (from what I've tried)! I can't stand kale, spinach and other greens but avocado and kiwifruit are great 😊

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I tried it - tastes great. I'm on a low-carb diet eating extra carbs after exercise to gain some muscles. It's a great and sating snack!

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