10 Ketogenic Juice Recipes to Start Your Fresh Day
Having a ketogenic juice is a perfect way of starting a fresh day. These juices have low carbohydrate and more beneficial nutrients for you! That way, you can enjoy a quick and nutritious breakfast while staying in ketosis. There is some best juice machine on the market you can use for making those ketogenic juice. Here is a list of ten (10) ketogenic juice recipes to start your fresh day.
1. Strawberry Keto Milkshake
Berry shakes and smoothies are delicious to kick start your day. In a bid to make this milkshake keto-friendly, coconut milk and MCT oil will be used so as to boost the fat-burning potential of a keto diet.
Ingredients (1 serving)
½ cup strawberries, fresh or frozen (72 g / 2.5 oz).
¾ cup almond milk or water (180 ml / 6 fl oz).
½ tsp sugar-free vanilla extract.
1 tbsp MCT oil or extra virgin coconut oil.
¼ cup coconut milk.
1 tbsp chia seeds for a thicker consistency + 0.4 g net carbs per serving.
3-5 drops Stevia extract.
Whipped cream or coconut milk on top.
Place the coconut milk, almond milk, strawberries, vanilla extract and chia seeds (optional) into a blender.
Add the MCT oil and stevia (optional) into a blender.
Pulse until smooth and serve immediately!
Optional: Add a tablespoon of chia seeds for a thicker smoothie consistency and pulse until smooth.
2. Orange Ginger Lassi
This drink combines the fruity flavor of orange peel with fresh ginger, creamy yogurt and a zero-carb sweetener. When grating the orange, grate just the orange-colored peel and avoid the white pith, as the pith would give a very bitter flavor to the drink.
Remember, when using orange peel in drinks, be sure to serve the drink immediately as the peel makes the drink taste bitter if it’s stored longer than a couple of hours.
Freshly grated peel from 1 small organic orange (only the orange-colored part).
2 cups = 480 ml ice-cold water.
1 teaspoon freshly grated organic ginger.
7 oz = 200 g organic, plain full-fat Greek or Turkish yogurt.
2 packets NuStevia NoCarbs Blend.
Place all ingredients in a blender jar.
Blend until smooth and frothy.
Serve immediately over ice cubes.
3. French Soda
This French soda is a good juice to start your fresh day as it is a blend of coconut milk, coconut cream, and limes amongst others.
Ingredients (4 servings)
2 cups fizzy water.
¼ cup unsweetened almond or coconut milk.
1 tsp fruit punch stevia (or other flavor).
Limes or Lemon slices.
Coconut cream (or organic whipping cream), whipped (sweetened with a touch of Swerve confectioners or stevia glycerite).
Mix together the fizzy water, flavor of your choice, unsweetened almond/coconut milk.
Top with sweetened coconut cream (or real cream if not dairy sensitive) and a slice of lime/lemon.
Enjoy your drink.
4. Keto Raspberry Lemonade
Homemade lemonade is a great way of enjoying berries and a great fix for your morning! Apart from being low-carb, lemons also have a positive effect on blood sugar control.
Ingredients (8 servings)
¾ cup fresh lemon juice (3-4 lemons).
¾ cup fresh lime juice (4-5 limes).
1 cup raspberries (123 g / 4.3 oz).
Water, still or sparkling (2 litres + more still water for raspberry ice cubes).
¼ cup Erythritol or Swerve, powdered or other healthy low-carb sweetener (40 g / 1.4 oz).
30 or more drops Stevia extract.
Mint for garnish.
Make the berry ice cubes by placing the berries in an ice-cube tray and top with still water. Place in the freezer for at least 2 hours or until frozen.
When the ice is ready, start juicing the lemons and/or limes.
Pour the juice into a large jug and add sparkling or still water. You can use more water if the taste is too strong for you.
Add the stevia and powdered Erythritol. Make sure you use powdered Erythritol or Swerve – otherwise the crystals won’t dissolve. Mix until well combined and no sweetener is on the bottom of the jug.
Pour the lemonade in serving glasses and add the raspberry ice cubes.
Garnish with fresh mint and enjoy! You can store up to 5 days in the fridge and add the raspberry ice cubes just before serving.
5. Strawberry Lemonade
There could be absolutely nothing better than starting your day with a lovely blend of strawberry and lemon!
2 cups (303g) strawberries, washed, stems removed and coarsely chopped.
1 cup (244g) lemon juice.
1 dash (1g) salt.
1 cup (200g) ‘Swerve’ or other sugar replacement.
3 cups (709.76g) cold water.
Add all the ingredients to a blender, except the water. Puree until the sugar equivalent is dissolved.
Add the puree to a pitcher and stir in the water. Taste and add more sugar equivalent, should it need it.
Enjoy your drink!
6. Sugar Free Berry Chia Fresca
Chia fresca is a drink generally made with chia seeds, juice, and sugar. These incredible little seeds are high in protein and fiber for their weight, high in plant based omega 3, swell and become gelatinous in liquid, and impart no flavor to recipes.
250 ml water.
12.5 g frozen berries.
1 tbsp chia seeds.
1 tbsp granulated sweetener of choice or more, to your taste.
Using a blender or smoothie maker, blitz the frozen berries, sweetener and water with the blade until all the berries have been pureed.
Adjust sweetness to your taste.
Add the chia seeds and pulse a couple of times to break some of the chia seeds up but if you like whole chia seeds in your drinks, simply add them then shake or stir.
Allow the sugar free berry chia fresca to sit in the fridge for 10-20 minutes to allow the chia seeds to absorb the water and swell.
Shake once or twice to distribute the swollen chia seeds.
7. Raspberry Limonade
The Raspberry limeade is a combination of the sweetness of raspberry and fresh thick lime juice. This juice will surely lift your spirits when taken in the morning.
1 cup fresh raspberries.
1/2 cup fresh lime juice.
4 1/2 cups cold water, divided.
1/2 cup Swerve Sweetener.
In a medium pot, put the raspberries, 1 1/2 cups of the water, and sweetener. Boil, then reduce heat and simmer gently for 3 minutes.
Puree the berries using an immersion blender. You can also transfer to a blender or food processor to puree.
Set a fine mesh sieve over a bowl and pour puree into sieve. Drain for 30 minutes, pressing on berries to extract as much juice as possible.
Pour into a pitcher and add lime juice and remaining water. Refrigerate until chilled, for about 2 hours.
8. Blueberry Power Shake
This blueberry power shake has enough nutrients to start you off on a fresh day with low carbs! Amazingly powerful!
1 cup milk.
1/2 cup blueberries or strawberries (fresh or frozen).
3 servings Pure Stevia or sweetener of choice (to taste).
1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract.
1 tbsp Coconut Oil (optional but recommended).
1 tbsp Gelatin (optional but recommended).
5 ice cubes (if using fresh fruit).
1/4 cup plain 2% (NOT FAT FREE) Greek yogurt (optional).
Place all ingredients in blender.
Blend until you can’t hear the ice or frozen fruit any more.
Taste and adjust sweetness if needed.
9. Red Velvet Smoothie
This Red Velvet Smoothie is very easy to make, has enough healthy fats to keep you satisfied, and it is low in carbohydrates.
2 cups coconut milk, almond milk or milk of choice.
2 cups of ice cubes.
1/2 small beet (optional).
3 tbsp of cocoa or cacao powder.
1/4 tsp vanilla.
18 drops stevia or 2 tbsp of granular sweetener of choice.
Put all the ingredients in a blender and mix until completely smooth.
Adjust sweetness to taste.
10. Keto Cinnamon Almond Butter Breakfast Shake
A satisfying and delicious keto breakfast shake or smoothie that is flavored with cinnamon and almond butter. This is an easy dairy free low carb breakfast on the go!
1 1/2 cups unsweetened nut milk.
1 scoop collagen peptides.
2 Tbsp almond butter.
2 Tbsp golden flax meal.
½ tsp cinnamon.
15 drops liquid stevia.
1/8 tsp almond extract.
1/8 tsp salt.
6-8 ice cubes.
Add all the ingredients to a blender and blend for 30 seconds or until you get a smooth consistency.
I am Abdullah Al Mamun, Marketing Director of JuicerMoz.com. I am a kind of Juice and nutrition guy. I also love to read and write about healthy food. Fishing is one of my favorite thing.