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Low Carb Keto Drinks
Drinks are one of the most common items filled with sugar and carbs, which can be problematic on a keto diet. Fortunately, there are plenty of easy low carb drink recipes that you can enjoy — both alcoholic or not. Whether you are looking for the best keto drinks to warm you up or cool you down, these ideas have you covered. They are low in calories, high in flavor, taste delicious, and won’t have you resorting to unhealthy diet sodas or sugary fruit juices.
This page is about keto beverages in general, but if you are interested in alcoholic drinks, beer, wine, or hard liquor (vodka, whiskey, gin, rum, tequila, etc.), check out the guide to alcohol on keto. It is possible to enjoy them without getting kicked out of ketosis.
The Best Keto Drinks
The most common zero-carb, zero-calorie keto-friendly drinks would be plain water, seltzer water, infused water (such as lemon water), plain tea (green tea, black tea, etc.), or black coffee (or espresso). You can also sweeten them with all-natural powdered Besti or keto simple syrup, both of which dissolve completely (unlike most other keto sweeteners). I don’t recommend artificial sweeteners, which can cause insulin spikes.
But when you want a drink that doesn’t “feel keto”, below are the keto diet drinks that readers come back to again and again! All of them have at most a few grams of net carbs per serving.
The best strawberry keto smoothie recipe needs just 4 ingredients and 2 minutes! It’s naturally sweet, creamy, fruity, and refreshing.
Make the best sugar free lemonade with 3 simple ingredients + 5 minutes. You’ll love this delicious, healthy keto lemonade without sugar.
Treat yourself to a vanilla low carb milkshake! This keto milkshake recipe (sugar-free milkshake) is EASY and just 4 ingredients!
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Keto Milk Options
Dairy milk is not keto-friendly, but there are plenty of other keto milk options. Below are several that you can make from scratch, but it’s also perfectly fine to buy unsweetened almond milk, coconut milk, or heavy cream at the store. Just check nutrition labels for hidden sugars!
Low Carb Coffee Drinks
There’s a full guide to ordering keto at Starbucks, but it’s so easy to make your own low carb drinks just like your favorite coffee shop. You have lots of options beyond just drinking your coffee black. Don’t forget the keto coffee cake!