Rocket Fuel Keto Milkshake (dairy-free, low-carb + paleo)

Rocket Fuel Keto Milkshake #keto #lowcarb #highfatA thick, creamy, dairy-free keto milkshake, perfect for breakfast. Thickened with avocado and mega boosted with probiotics and collagen from Vital Proteins vanilla & coconut water grass-fed collagen peptides.

2017 is bringing in some new (exciting!) changes for our recipe videos. I’m pretty excited about this new format. Give it a watch and comment down below if you’re diggin’ it with me.

In addition to the awesome recipe video we’ll be putting out this year, I have a new product to share with you from our friends at Vital Proteins. If you love their collagen, you’re going to go crazy over their new Vanilla Collagen Peptides, which combines collagen peptides with Madagascar vanilla bean, probiotics, and organic coconut water to create a natural elixir that delivers fitness, wellness and beauty benefits with a light vanilla flavor.

Rocket Fuel Keto Milkshake #keto #lowcarb #highfat

If you don’t yet have Vanilla Collagen Peptides, but want to make today’s keto milkshake, you can use Collagen Peptides instead. I’ll show you how to make the milkshake, then we’ll get to why I’m diggin’ the new addition to the collagen lineup, below.

Get 10% off plus free shipping with the Vital Proteins coupon code VPHP10. Use on any of their products including their new Vanilla Collagen Peptides.

The probiotics (bacillus coagulans) are US-sourced and dairy-free. Bacillus coagulans is a lactic acid-producing bacteria that is a unique form of probiotic. This beneficial bacteria is dormant until reverting to a growing bacteria in the intestines. Because of this, it resists being killed by stomach acid. Unlike many Lactobacillus probiotics which lose most or all of their potency before being consumed, bacillus coagulans survives through to the stomach and goes where it counts.

The natural hyaluronic acid boosts skin’s natural moisture and hydration.

Paired with the health-promoting features of collagen, this Vanilla Collagen Peptides is where it’s at!

Okay, let’s get to the recipe…

Delight in this keto milkshake… for breakfast.

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Rocket Fuel Keto Milkshake
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Recipe type: Paleo, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Egg-free (option), Low-Carb, Keto
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Serves: 1
 
A thick, creamy, dairy-free keto milkshake, perfect for breakfast. Thickened with avocado and mega boosted with probiotics and collagen from Vital Proteins vanilla & coconut water grass-fed collagen peptides. MACROS: 75% fat, 10% carb, 15% protein.
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in the jug of a blender. Blend on low, slowing increasing blending speed until you reach high-speed. Stay at this speed for 30 seconds, until the ice crushes and the mixture becomes smooth.
  2. Transfer to glass and enjoy!
Notes
Store It: Air-tight container in the fridge for up to 1 day.
Make it egg-free: Replace the egg yolk with 1 tablespoon of nut or seed butter of your choice.

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Rocket Fuel Keto Milkshake #keto #lowcarb #highfatWhat’s your favorite way to cut corners at breakfast time? Let’s chat about it in the comments!

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    • You could use any low-carb sweetener. I personally really love confectioner’s erythritol! 2 teaspoons should do the trick ;)

  1. This is absolutely delicious, and tastes so decadent. I had it for lunch,forcing myself not to think of the calories, all about mindset, and did not feel the need to snack. Will definitely repeat.

  2. This looks amazing Leanne!! How do you think adding a handful of spinach would affect the taste?? I like to try and get some veggies in at every meal, including breakfast! Thanks for all you do! 😉

    • Great idea! Just a handful shouldn’t affect the taste too much. You can always add an extra drop of stevia to balance it out, too ;)

  3. Hello,
    I do not have the collagen peptides. Can I replace with the collagen powder I have at home? If not, what would be a good replacement?

    Thank you!

    • Collagen peptides are the same as collagen powder. You can always replace the collagen with any other type of protein powder, too! :)

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