Almond is more useful and fantastic ingredient for keto recipes, as long as you are concentrating on a variant that has no artificial additives. You can even make your own if you want to. All types of nut butter have an appealing balance of macros, with plenty of healthy fat and protein.
Almond butter is also a good source of nutrients, while almonds have linked to various health benefits. The butter is also a perfect and ideal choice for smoothies, helping to balance out the quality and food profile. You can started with the ingredients; the list highlights a range of keto almond butter smoothies recipes.
Some of these use almonds as a key flavour component, while others feature instead other flavours. There are options to choose from, so check them out. You can also use the recipes as a starting point and then tweak them to match your preferences.
This is initially assumed to be a keto smoothie recipe but found most challenging was managing the flexibility of a smoothie without having to add additional and in our opinion, unnecessary, ingredients. So we called a bit of a clear and opted to go the way of a keto breakfast shake.
By doing, we could keep the shaking procedure simple and easy to make at home without sacrificing any of the incredible taste. Never be afraid to call your own audible in the kitchen, because the whole fun in cooking is experimenting and coming up with new recipes.
We do our best to keep the snake recipe simple and easily substitute so you can always make them with whatever you have at home. And, although we use almond butter and almond extract in this recipe to give it a rich, nutty flavour. We think to swap it out for some peanut butter, and vanilla extract would taste just as high.
This keto cinnamon almond breakfast shake can be made and consumed for any meal of the day. You might even find us finishing off our dinner with this low carb shake for a sweet, nutrition’s keto dessert. If you find yourself too full to stop and cook yourself a meal or are of the usual eggs and gammon for breakfast give this keto cinnamon almond butter shake a try.
- ½ cups unsweetened nut milk peptides
- 2 tbsp almond butter
- 2 tbsp golden flax meal
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- 15 drops liquid stevia
- 1/8 tsp almond extract
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 6-8 ice cubes