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Bulletproof Breakfast Chocolate Milkshake 🍫 gluten free, keto & paleo

Looking for egg-free keto breakfast ideas? This paleo and keto bulletproof chocolate milkshake is definitely the place to start! Packed with healthy fats and plenty of nutrients, this refreshing dairy free shake is an ideal way to start your day.

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Paleo, Dairy Free & Keto Bulletproof Chocolate Milkshake 🍫 #keto #ketobreakfast #lowcarb #paleo #healthyrecipes #milkshake

Paleo & Keto Bulletproof Chocolate Milkshake 🍫

An Egg-Free Breakfast Ideal!

If you’re in need of a speedy (or even instant!) low carb and keto breakfast, this chocolate shake is it. Much like our much loved keto shamrock shake, this chocolate version is bound to have you swooning.

Using a high-speed blender hereΒ (think bullets) will ensure ultra creamy and smooth results. Just be sure to blend all the ingredients very well before you add the ice!

p.s. Dave Asprey gets full credit for introducing us all to the wonderful concoction that is ‘Bulletproof’. Worth checking out his site for more info and solid products (not sponsored in any way).Β 

The Add-Ins

This low carb chocolate milkshake is very adaptable to your tastebuds and needs. Starting with the chocolate, we love to use a great quality cacao powder here for maximum nutritional benefits (think organic and from criollo beans).

Feel free to add anything from chia seeds for extra fiber (we sure do!), collagen peptides, MCT oil, hemp hearts, and pink Himalayan or flakey sea salt (seriously don’t skip, amps up the flavor a bunch!).

What do you guys add to your morning shakes?!

Paleo, Dairy Free & Keto Bulletproof Chocolate Milkshake 🍫 #keto #ketobreakfast #lowcarb #paleo #healthyrecipes #milkshake
Paleo, Dairy Free & Keto Bulletproof Chocolate Milkshake 🍫 #keto #ketobreakfast #lowcarb #paleo #healthyrecipes #milkshake
Paleo, Dairy Free & Keto Bulletproof Chocolate Milkshake 🍫 #keto #ketobreakfast #lowcarb #paleo #healthyrecipes #milkshake

Breakfast Paleo & Keto Bulletproof Chocolate Milkshake

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American, Dairy Free, Keto, Paleo, Vegan
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 303 kcal

Looking for egg-free keto breakfast ideas? This paleo and keto bulletproof chocolate milkshake is definitely the place to start! Packed with healthy fats and plenty of nutrients, this refreshing dairy free shake is an ideal way to start your day.

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Ingredients

Optional add-ins

Instructions

  1. Add coconut milk, avocado, cacao powder, vanilla extract, salt, sweetener and add-ins of choice to a blender (bullets work amazing here!). Blend until creamy smooth, using a little water as needed.  

  2. Add in ice and blend until thick and creamy. Do not over-blend, or you'll lose thickness and coldness. Enjoy right away!

Recipe Notes

Please note that nutrition facts were estimated using 50g of avocado (about half a medium one).

To break down the carb count for you (as a couple of you have gotten varying results): 4.5g (3.5g fiber) from 50g avocado + 3g (2g fiber) from 1TBS cacao + 3g from 1/2 cup coconut milk + 0.25g of vanilla extract Β = 10.75g total - 5.5 = 5.25g net.

Enjoy and always be sure to read your labels!Β 

Nutrition Facts
Breakfast Paleo & Keto Bulletproof Chocolate Milkshake
Amount Per Serving
Calories 303 Calories from Fat 279
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 31g 48%
Saturated Fat 22g 110%
Sodium 18mg 1%
Potassium 491mg 14%
Total Carbohydrates 10.75g 4%
Dietary Fiber 5.5g 22%
Protein 3g 6%
Vitamin A 1.5%
Vitamin C 7.4%
Calcium 2.6%
Iron 22.2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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93 comments

  1. Trisha parker says:

    I bought this chocolate shake today and mixed it with water as directed. And all I have to say is OMG. it dose not need any tweeting. It’s like drinking Hershey chocolate milk. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ I’m a happy camper

  2. Kristine Laselva says:

    Love this milkshake! Made it with high fat cream and almond milk instead of coconut milk and water and my teenage son came back for a second helping and stated ” I never thought healthy and tasty went together!”

  3. Tracy Barnett says:

    If I make this at 4 am, and keep it in the fridge, will it still be good at 11 am?i would like to use this as a meal replacement shake and take it to work.

  4. Lydia says:

    If one substitutes coconut milk out for almond milk will it still it have enough fats in it to satisfy hunger and fill one up?

  5. Harris says:

    I have high quality raw cacao in chunks, do you know if I can blend this the same way before I buy the powder? Looks delicious. Thanks!

    • Paola van der Hulst says:

      yes, but it won’t be completely smooth! Try blending them first with a little almond milk (it’ll taste different though as the cacao nibs have a particular taste… I love it, just more butter!) xo!

  6. Anita Gonzalez says:

    Hi! This is a delicious recipe!!
    Yet how to you calculate 31g of fat? The most I calculated was 16.5g. which is only half. Would you mind breaking it down like you did for the carbs?
    Thanks!

  7. Kat says:

    I’m a bit of a food snob – spent years teaching Paleo cooking classes – and I have been digging around for good keto recipes. This smoothie recipe is so, so good! For other people who are “recipe tweakers like I am: I find that 1 Tbsp of cacao powder and 2 Tbsp of Swerve is perfect for my taste buds. The flavor is so good that it can hide 1 Tbsp of gelatin and 1-2 tsp of MCT. This is my mid-day snack while I’m working. Thanks so much for this recipe!

  8. Kayla says:

    I loved the taste of this shake! However I was a little disappointed after determining the macros for this shake, because if 2-4 TBSP of erythritol is used (I used Lakanto Monkftuit with a serving size of 1 tsp = 4g carbs) then that brings the net carbs to 24g (if used 2TBS as suggested) or 48g (if used 4 TBSP as suggested). I will try this recipe again with a teaspoon or two of that ingredient to ensure I remain within my net carb range. Just wanted to let you know, but a great recipe overall!

  9. Christine says:

    I love this recipe. I’ve been drinking this for about 2 weeks now. I’ve added stuff to this to make it have more protein. I add in my protein powder that has grass fed butter, MCT, whey, and collagen all together. I then add some chia seeds, spinach, and a few macadamia nuts. I love it!! Fills me up for hours. I really enjoy it thick so I don’t add to much water to it.

  10. Anna Wilson says:

    I LOVE this recipe, I have it four or five times a week, easily! It’s great for brekkie, great for dessert, and an amazing pudding if you don’t add as much water and let it sit in the fridge a few minutes. Definitely one of Gnom-Gnom’s best! Thank you!

  11. Morgan says:

    This was absolutely delicious!! It tastes like a chocolate milkshake… actually better than a chocolate milkshake. This is my new breakfast. I have had bulletproof coffee for breakfast for years now but this was a welcome replacement. The coffee because too acidic for me. I used two packs of Stevia in the Raw and 1 tbsp of Jordan’s Skinny Syrup vanilla flavor to sweeten this instead of the 2-4 tbsp of swerve. I used 1 cup of almond milk and 2 tbsp of heavy whipping cream. No coconut milk for me. I also used a whole avocado instead of a half. I felt very nourished after drinking this. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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