Low Carb Smoothie Bowl Recipe with Strawberries


Low-Carb Smoothie Bowl with Strawberries

For the sweet tooth among us, a smoothie is on the menu today. A low-carb smoothie that is.

You may wonder why a smoothie should be low in carbohydrates. "A smoothie bowl is healthy anyway, isn't it?"

That is not always the case. In particular, the smoothies that are sold in the supermarket are packed with sugar. In addition, they are often made with orange juice, which is also not recommended if you want to lose weight or have diabetes.


Why are supermarket smoothies generally unhealthy?

  • Because they often contain added sugars to give the smoothie more flavor.
  • Because they are often made with fruits that contain too much sugar and carbohydrates and too little fiber
  • Because they are often made with orange juice as a base.

Why is orange juice unhealthy for diabetics or people who want to lose weight?

"Orange juice is made from real oranges and is therefore very healthy."

Unfortunately, lots of people have heard this erroneous sentence.

With orange juice, the moisture is squeezed out and the healthy fibers remain in the orange. The pulp that you find in the orange is the only healthy part. It causes a less high blood sugar peak.

Yes, the vitamin C is healthy, but you can also get it by dissolving a supplement in water. Then you certainly do not get the sugars that you do get with orange juice.

What makes this low-carb smoothie bowl healthy?

  • It is low in carbohydrates and sugars.
  • The basis of this low-carb smoothie bowl consists of unsweetened almond milk and not orange juice.
  • The smoothie bowl contains more protein and will therefore fill you more.

If you want a slightly fattier low-carbohydrate smoothie bowl, you can also replace the unsweetened almond milk with coconut cream.

This makes the smoothie bowl nice and creamy and ensures that you get more healthy fats.

This low-carb smoothie bowl is ideal to make for breakfast or as a dessert after dinner.

Do you want to make this low-carb smoothie bowl? Then scroll down to see what awaits you.

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Is the water already starting to run in your mouth? Then go all the way down for the complete recipe of this low-carb smoothie bowl.

Not only do we have a recipe for a low-carb smoothie bowl, but we also have a recipe for low-carb muffins and even vanilla ice cream. Maybe also fun to make sometime? Not for breakfast of course, but as a dessert;)

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Low-Carb Smoothie Bowl with Strawberries

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Low Carb Smoothie Bowl

Low-Carb Smoothie Bowl with Strawberries

Do you want to make a tasty low-carb smoothie bowl? Then this recipe is for you. This recipe is ideal for breakfast if you have diabetes or want to lose weight.
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Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Lunch, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Low-Carb Smoothie Bowl, Smoothie
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 16 minutes
Servings: 2
Calories: 97kcal
Author: Ben


  • 125 ml unsweetened almond milk
  • 50 gram strawberries
  • 150 gram icecubes
  • 40 gram protein powder - vanilla
  • 0.5 teaspoon psyllium huskk
  • 5-10 drops liquid stevia


  • Put the ice cubes in a blender and let them stand for 15 minutes. You want them to melt slightly so that the blender has a little more traction when grinding.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients to the blender and mix until smooth and creamy.
  • Place the smoothie in a bowl and garnish with the desired toppings (grated coconut, nuts, fruits).

Nutritional value per serving

Sodium: 112mg | Calcium: 140mg | Vitamin C: 15mg | Vitamin A: 53IU | Sugar: 3g | Fiber: 1g | Potassium: 98mg | Cholesterol: 33mg | Calories: 97kcal | Saturated Fat: 1g | Fat: 2g | Protein: 17g | Carbohydrates: 4g | Iron: 1mg

About the Author

Ben Kuiper is a pharmacist and an expert in the field of type 2 diabetes.

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