Coconut Oil Low Carb Smoothie Recipe



  • 1 small banana
  • other fruit (preferably fresh if available): 2-3 strawberries, peach slices, blueberries, etc.
  • 6 to 8 ounces of fruit juice (orange, pineapple, grape, or whatever suits your palate)
  • 2 to 3 tablespoons of coconut oil (solid)
  • 1 scoop whey protein


Blend the above ingredients with the immersion blender until they are smooth. If the drink is too thick for your taste, add a little more juice. Clean up is a quick rinse and blending of a drop or two of dish soap in some hot water and a thorough rinse.


  1. Reply sunny September 29, 2009

    Ummm… call me crazy but how can a low carb smoothie be made with a banana, other fruit and fruit juice?

  2. Reply ar May 23, 2010

    You’d end up with chunks of coconut oil in your smoothie… ick!

  3. Reply jtntx August 7, 2010

    look up the benefits of coconut oil. its a saturated fat, but a very healthy one. Also, the coco oil binds all the ingredients and makes for a smoother consistency, you don’t taste or feel it…

  4. Reply pineapple February 5, 2011

    there are no chunks of coconut oil. it blends very well.

    • Reply Blender Man February 5, 2011

      Thanks for the information and report on your smoothie.

  5. Reply Anonymous August 26, 2011

    where can I buy ready made coconut smoothies in Berkeley california>

  6. Reply Anonymous May 11, 2012

    I have a very smooth, slushy mix, very nice. No coconut oil chunks ;).

  7. Reply Azra Ali June 10, 2012

    Well! I am trying to add coconut oil to my diet. Found the page. Tried the smoothie, found it better than my other tries.Enjoyed my drink. Thanks

  8. Reply guest June 29, 2012

    Yeah.. this has at least 50 carbs, not too much lower carb when compared to other smoothies.

    • Reply Blender Man July 6, 2012

      But these are good carbs. ;-)

  9. Reply Guest July 11, 2012

    Good carbs? Do you know anything? Fructose is sugar, what are you even talking about?

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