Raspberry & Chocolate Cheesecake Smoothie

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Raspberries and chocolate is the perfect flavour combination! This smoothie is like a single serving cheesecake in a glass. As all my recipes, it's low in carbs, easy to make and high in healthy fats. I used cream cheese and heavy whipping cream but you can make it dairy-free by using coconut milk instead.

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Nutritional values (per serving)

7 grams 4.6 grams 6.9 grams 53.6 grams 38.8 grams 512 calories
Total Carbs11.6grams
Fiber4.6grams
Net Carbs7grams
Protein6.9grams
Fat53.6grams
of which Saturated38.8grams
Energy (calories)512kcal
Magnesium45mg (11% RDA)
Potassium256mg (13% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (5.2%), protein (5.1%), fat (89.6%)

Ingredients (per serving)

Tips for a dairy-free option: Use "creamed" coconut milk + pinch of salt instead of the cream cheese AND almond milk or more coconut milk instead of the heavy whipping cream. To “cream” the coconut milk, simply place the can in the fridge overnight. Next day, open, spoon out the solidified coconut milk and discard the liquids. Do not shake before opening the can. One 400 gram can will yield about 200 grams of coconut cream.

Instructions

  1. Place all the ingredients in a blender: heavy whipping cream, cream cheese, raspberries, cacao powder, water, MCT oil, ...
  2. ... and optionally a few drops of stevia. I used Chocolate Raspberry stevia from SweetLeaf.
  3. Pulse until smooth and frothy. Pour in a glass with some ice and enjoy!

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I prep ahead for the whole week, so I freeze 1/2 of my meals to keep them fresh. Omg! You have to try this technique for this recipe! I blended the smoothie fresh. (I added the protein powder that someone else recommended, and I replaced the water with strong coffee because I need caffeine in the morning.) I froze the smoothie in a mason jar and put it in the fridge the night before I planned to enjoy it. By morning, it is a slushy consistency, and I reblended it. Wow! So rich and thick! Freezing it changed the consistency, and it was sooooo delicious! This is definitely going to be one of my favs. Thank you so much for this recipe and for recommending different ideas to change it up, such as varying the berries. Great recipe!

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Thank you for your kind words and your tips, Anna! Smile

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Can I add protein powder to the shake to boost the amount of protein?

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Yes, that will work!

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Hi Martina,
I just tried this...It was delicious!
I had to substitute frozen blueberries for the raspberries, and I added half a scoop of protein powder.
Thanks for sharing!

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Any berries work great! Thank you Lori Smile

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Hello, for quite sometime now health care professional were saying that diary isn't good for you and there is link between the two being the cause of some cancers especially breast.

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Hi Devin, studies that support the link between dairy and cancer also claim that red meat causes cancer.  We know that they have serious flaws and it has been discussed amongst health professionals. Raw full fat dairy has several benefits and I don't see why it should be avoided (unless there is dairy sensitivity).

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Hello! How do I substitute coconut milk for heavy whipping cream? I think the macros are different; a tablespoon of coconut milk is 30 kcal, while a tablespoon of HWC/cream cheese is around 50.

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Hi Maria, the substitutions are just approximate (they never match exactly). I focused more on the taste rather than just macronutrients. You can use "creamed" coconut milk which has about double the amount of fat and is closer to heavy whipping cream.

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Oh yum Smile
I'm usually a strawberry / blueberry kinda girl but this makes me want to give raspberries a try!

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I think any berries will go great with chocolate / cacao Wink

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