Recipe: Chocolate Coconut Butter Smoothie

This recipe is simple with 3 food ingredients plus water and ice. It is high in fat and somewhat high in carbs. If you wish for it to be low carb then I recommend adding half the banana it calls for and throwing in a few drops of stevia instead.

This smoothie tastes like a dessert. Feel free to consume it as a dessert. If you have a family of 2-4 then a shot of this smoothie is a perfect mini dessert that comes with lots of nutrition. At 269 total calories per smoothie, it won’t be doing any harm unless you are literally stuffed.

Chocolate Coconut Butter Smoothie Recipe

Throw all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. I personally make all my smoothies in this blender ($17 on Amazon) and put the ingredients in the order above.

I enjoyed this smoothie with ground beef and eggs for dinner. These are two more food items are are extremely cheap yet highly nutritional. I ate a 700-800 calorie meal for under $2. I dare you to beat me.

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  1. Susan says

    I can’t really suggest just one! But I remember the shredded chicken with pumpkin seeds & bacon went down so well with me and my husband that I made it 3 times in the first week I had the cookbook!

  2. Stephen says

    That sounds lovely. It is has similar ingredients to the hot chocolate I sometimes make. You might want to suggest adding some cinnamon and/or nutmeg spice to it – I find it goes well with those.

  3. Bevie says

    Berries would make it the perfect dessert. Or just keep it as is, divide it into little cups, put sticks into them and freeze. I make smoothie popsicles for the kids that way, and they like having popsicles for breakfast.

    • says

      That sounds awesome! Freezing them and making popsicles. I will have to try that with some of my smoothies!

  4. Megan says

    Just came across your blog yesterday and tried this recipe last night for dinner. Looking forward to reading more and maybe checking out your smoothie recipe book. This one was great! I added a couple handfulls of spinach, 2 TBSP hemp protein and 1 TBSP chia seed. This was my meal so I needed more protein and veggies with it. Still tasted terrific like chocolate coconut. Tonight I may try it with avocado instead of the banana. I couldn’t taste the banana so I don’t expect it to change the flavor much but it should add to the nutrients.

  5. says

    Hi Toad,
    Oh my, Oh my, how I would just love to sit on my patio and sip this wonderful smoothie and savor all that chocolate goodness. It is a great recipe! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you next week!

  6. Gary Wilson says

    I’m curious how you prepared the rest of your meal; the ground beef and eggs.

  7. says

    I bought a jar of coconut butter and I found it tastes Really Gross if you just spread it over gluten free bread. Hopefully, blending the coconut butter into a smoothie will fare better! Fingers crossed – it was expensive and I don’t want to waste it.


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