Low Carb Green Smoothie Recipe

This is the best low carb green smoothie recipe.  Ok, well… in my world anyways.  I have tried so many different combos, but this by far is my favorite.  It does all the right things for me and I feel like a superhero when I drink it!


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This low carb green smoothie recipe makes 1 large meal sized serving and comes out to 195 calories and less than 3 g. of net carbs.

If you or your loved ones are not following a strict low carb lifestyle, you can add in a small banana and it will come out to about 285 calories and 23 g. net carbs.

1 cup unsweetened almond milk  [30 cal., less that 1 g. carb]
2 small handfuls organic spinach (this is about 3/4 c. packed)
1 tablespoon chia seeds [60 cal., 0 net carbs]
1 tablespoon all natural no sugar added almond or peanut butter [105 cal., 2 g. net carb]
dash of cinnamon
5 ice cubes

Add all of the ingredients to a blender except the ice and blend very well until smooth.  Add ice cubes and blend until desired.

Not familiar with chia seeds?  HERE is some more info on them.

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  1. This is sooooo good. I only made half and it was plenty. I also put one scoop of Visalis just for added vitamins and etc. YUM, YUM. Thanks for posting. Please post more low carb smoothies. 🙂

  2. This smoothie is the best ever! I now have it every morning. I do add extra cinnamon and a scoop of protein powder. I really can’t taste the spinach at all. I love this blog, and look forward to trying lots of new lo carb goodies. Thanks for posting. (I commented before, but it was deleted. I think because I mentioned a product, and didn’t know I wasn’t allowed. 🙁 Sorry.)

  3. I use kale instead of spinach sometimes

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