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Chocolate Sea Salt Smoothie

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This Chocolate Sea Salt Smoothie makes a silky smooth drink that tastes a little naughty but packs all the good fats and exogenous ketones. And will keep us fat burning all day!

Coconut Yogurt

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Traditional yogurt is often marketed as a probiotic-rich food, even though it is often packed with sugar and little-to-no nutrients. However, an alternative to traditional milk-based yogurts, the coconut yogurt boasts many benefits including being probiotic-rich, dairy-free, and sugar-free. Not to mention—coconut yogurt is easy to make at home!


A 6-ounce serving of unsweetened yogurt has 6 grams of fat, much of which is saturated fat. Don’t let the high saturated fat content of coconuts scare you. Unlike the high calorie, cholesterol-soaked, long chain saturated fats, the saturated fats in coconuts are in the form of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs).


For those familiar with MCTs or have tried the Perfect Keto MCT Oil Powder, you know that MCT’s can help control weight and boost immunity. In addition, MCTs are metabolized quickly and gets burned off as energy. It also helps detoxify your body and balances your digestive tract.


Here are more benefits coconut and coconut yogurt provides:

  • Antioxidants
  • Essential vitamins and minerals
  • Lactose-free
  • High in fiber
  • High in lauric acid
  • Can also contain live and active cultures just like milk-based yogurts
  • Good source of bone-building calcium
chocolate sea salt smoothie

Fun Facts

No, the coconut is not the largest nut in the world. It’s not even a nut at all; it’s a stone fruit.

Additionally, it is believed that the name “coconut” was coined by Portuguese sailors in the 16th century because the three holes on the coconut looked like a human face. “Coco” means “laughing face,” or “grimace.”

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Chocolate Sea Salt Smoothie

chocolate sea salt smoothie

This silky, smooth chocolate sea salt smoothie, loaded with good fats and exogenous ketones, will keep you fat burning all day!

  • Author: Cristina Curp
  • Prep Time: 3 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 1x
  • Category: Drinks
  • Cuisine: American



  1. Add all the ingredients to a high-speed blender, blending on high until well-combined.

Notes: If choosing unfrozen avocado, add ice. Enjoy!


  • Serving Size: 2
  • Calories: 235
  • Fat: 20g
  • Carbohydrates: 11.25g (Net: 3.25g)
  • Fiber: 8g
  • Protein: 5.5g

Keywords: chocolate sea salt smoothie


13 thoughts on “Chocolate Sea Salt Smoothie

    1. Hi Jessica, yes, you can mix them both. You just have to be careful about how much the amount you put as too much of the powders may cause an upset stomach.

  1. my own recipie -almond milk unsweetened cocoa powder 2 heaped least 3 stevia and full fat sour creme.

  2. I just tried this for the very first time. A little hesitant as I don’t like trying new things but I thought, hey you might like it. I put 6 oz of water with 6 oz of unsweetened Almond milk, 1 tsp cocoa, 2 scoops of Perfect Keto Salted Caramel MCT Oil Powder with 2 squirts of Stevia sweetner. Blended for 30 seconds and OMG. I absolutely LOVE this smoothie. Will be buying more.

  3. I’m allergic to avocados & I never eat eggs so I’m not even sure I can do Keto but since I just spent a lot of money on this stuff. How can I drink it. And the mat powder?

  4. I’m waiting on my chocolate Keto Base. With all the great ideas already posted, my wheels are already turning. I’m thinking the base, unsweetened chocolate almond milk, sour cream and ice in a blender. I’ll let you know….try or nye

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