Protein Shake Roundup: 15 Keto and Paleo Recipes

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Get ready to drink your way to health with this nutritious Protein Shake Roundup!

Smoothies and shakes can get a bad rap for spiking your blood sugar—especially ones with artificial sweeteners. But with the addition of protein from a healthy source—like collagen peptides or protein powderssmoothies and shakes can make a great snack or meal replacement.

These guilt-free smoothies and shakes are made only with wholesome ingredients and natural sweeteners—no dairy or processed sugars here! You’ll be surprised at how some of these healthy shakes and smoothies drink just like dessert.

Keep this list handy to help you find top-notch recipes that’ll energize you throughout the day!

#1 Amazing Paleo | Dark Chocolate Smoothie with Collagen Peptides
Yes, even chocolate shakes can be healthy! Banana, cacao powder, nut butter, coconut milk, honey and vanilla combine with two scoops of collagen peptides for one decadently-rich smoothie.

#2 Further Food | Vanilla Chai Collagen Protein Smoothie
Skip the chai tea latte and opt for this blended protein smoothie. It’s spiced with cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and cloves!

#3 KetoDiet Blog | Creamy Keto Cinnamon Smoothie
When it comes to the protein in this creamy smoothie, you’ve got options! Choose from your favorite protein powder or go for a few scoops of collagen, then blend up with coconut milk, coconut oil, cinnamon, and chia seeds for even more protein.


#4 Autoimmune Wellness | Collagen-Berry Green Smoothie
This protein-packed smoothie is the perfect on-the-go meal for those following the autoimmune protocol. It helps balance blood sugar by blending collagen with healthy fat!

#5 Healing Family Eats | Maple Pumpkin Collagen Shake
Channel those fall vibes with this protein shake packed with pumpkin, banana, fresh oranges and cinnamon.

#6 Butter Nutrition | Real Food Protein Shake
This sweet strawberry shake nixes over-processed protein powders in favor of simple sources like collagen and pastured-raised egg yolks.

#7 Cook Eat Paleo | Espresso Protein Shake
This high-protein shake is almost like breakfast in a glass. Espresso or strong coffee blends up with cashew milk, bananas and ice for a creamy treat better than anything you can find at the Starbucks drive-thru.

#8 Wicked Spatula | Brownie Batter Protein Shake
This protein shake is like eating brownie batter off a spoon, but way healthier. Dark cocoa powder adds rich chocolatey flavor while collagen peptides boost its nutritional value.

#9 It’s a Mom’s World | Almond Joy Protein Shake
Get your candy fix with this nourishing chocolate, almond, and coconut-packed protein shake. It’s full of healthy fats to give you some serious staying power.

#10 PaleoHacks | Caramel Protein Smoothie
Dates substitute for rich caramel in this sweet protein smoothie. If you’re looking for a bigger energy boost, try adding maca powder to the mix.

#11 Love and Zest | Coconut Cream Pie Protein Shake
Dessert for breakfast? Yes, please! This shake is dense with coconutty flavor, while protein powder rounds everything out for the perfect meal replacement.

#12 The Kitchen Prep | Samoa Cookie Protein Shake
If you’re a cookie fiend, this protein shake is for you. It’s made with coconut flakes, Paleo caramel, and dairy-free chocolate chips to remind you of your favorite Girl Scout treat!

#13 Appetite for Energy | Raspberry Keto Protein Shake
Raspberries make for a sweet and tangy shake that mixes perfectly with coconut cream, but feel free to use any combination of berries you like!

#14 Low Carb Alpha | Almond Vanilla Protein Shake
This almond vanilla shake is full of staple pantry ingredients, so it’s extra easy to whip up on a dime.

#15 Against All Grain | Chocolate Paleo Protein Shake
Cashew milk makes for an ultra-creamy base to this simple and nourishing recipe chocolate protein shake.

Thanks again to PaleoHacks for their post today. Do you have favorite smoothie recipes? Share them below, and have a great week, everyone.

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  1. After reading the headline I thought for a couple seconds: “Oh my god, Monsanto is publishing a recipe at Mark’s blog!”

  2. I thought the same thing! Whenever I see “Roundup”, it conjures up such bad images with Monsanto …. all that changed when I saw the luscious smoothies 🙂

  3. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I desperately needed new smoothie recipes; leaving for school at 6:30 A.M. doesn’t give me much of an opportunity to whip up scrambled eggs. These smoothies look like they’ll do the trick. Thanks again!

  4. It’s not quite keto or paleo but if you eat dairy, two parts whole fat milk added to one part whole fat cottage cheese and whipped with a stick blender makes a pretty good smoothie base. You can add fruit for more sweetening in addition to the milk sugars, and/or vanilla, nut butter, coffee, or my favorite, baker’s cocoa (the unsweetened stuff.) I make it the night before I have to be up way too early and need something to grab and go without waking anyone.

    1. Thank you! Oddly, enough I can’t eat coconut, but can eat dairy. I’m the opposite of paleo. I didn’t click on all the recipes but the ones I did had coconut milk.

  5. When I feel the need for a shake or smoothie I always use the collagen fuel. Vanilla is my favorite. So easy to throw in berries to change it up a bit. My first choice will always be to sit down and eat a meal, like the giant ribeye with spinach and mushrooms that I just enjoyed for lunch. But it’s nice to have some options for the days that time is limited.

  6. Although I prefer to eat my calories/meals, I have to say the photography in this post is really beautiful.

  7. Thanks for sharing these amazing keto and paleo protein shake recipes. I’ll definitely try and also recommend it to the others.

  8. So… I always use yoghurt as a base. About 3/4 cup yoghurt, two eggs, splash vanilla, scoop of collagen hydrosylate, frozen fruit and truvia is why my kids drink — mine’s similar except that I trade the sweetener and fruit for chia seeds, but I’m not trying to win any awards for palatability. I know that Paleo is anti-milk, but you’d think some of the Keto recipes would mention yoghurt.