90-Second Keto Shakes!

Seriously. Ice cream that is good for you. And customizable. And easy. In TWO minutes, if you’re a slow poke! Need I say more? Let’s get to the ingredients.

The Must-Have Basics: A kick-butt blender. Ice. Stevia. Full-fat cream. Salt. That’s it!

The Customizables:  Vanilla. Chocolate. Cinnamon. Strawberries. Blueberries. Sugar-free coconut. Coconut milk. Nuts. Avocado. What else ya got? Spinach? Sure, I’ve made spinach ice cream!

The Amounts: 1 cup crushed ice. 1/2 cup water (or coconut milk, only 1 net carb per cup). 1/4 cup full-fat whipping cream. 1 tablespoon granular stevia. 1 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa. 1/2 teaspoon real vanilla. Dash of Redmond’s Mineral Salt. 2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut. 1/4 avocado (optional but great for added creaminess).

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The blender is key, really, because we’re using ice here. And if you’re brave, spinach! I’ve had a ninja blender for four years and it works great. Comes with a single serving cup that you blend in as well as the regular size for larger portions. I’ve seen blenders for $300 plus?!? Pffft. Ninjas are 1/3 of that price. If you’d like a super duper keto resource, this is the book I bought. Well researched. Pretty color pics. Organized and cross referenced. For more details on how to get your pantry keto-ready, see this Stock Your Kitchen post.

I hope you enjoy the content here, which I am keeping free from random ads so that you don’t get slammed while reading. I have included affiliate links to products I like, which means you can purchase them at NO additional cost…that allows me to earn a small commission. Thank you so much! Keto on, Warriors!

What do I do when I am not ketoing? I am an author. Harper Collins bought my first novel in 2010, and I have since put out an electronic version of Escaping The Tiger. Check out these reviews. Would love for you to read it. Cheers, Keto Warriors!

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Delish! I needed a bit of protein so added protein powder and a couple tablespoons of peanut butter. Marvelously easy! Thanks, and I hope to see more recipes from you!

    1. ketocookkc says:

      Perfect, Kim. I’ll try to keep the recipes coming. I appreciate you letting me know this worked for you!

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