This creamy low-carb chocolate raspberry shake has all that creamy texture and sweet flavor of my favorite Sonic shakes but it has under four carbs and a whopping 37 grams of protein. Plus it’s full of healthy fats to keep your appetite suppressed for hours.
I love milkshakes. I fell in love with my first sip of a chocolate shake at a Woolworth’s lunch counter (yes, really) and never looked back. My favorite shakes now are from Sonic. They are thick and creamy with a swirl of whipped cream on top and there are about a million flavors. If you aren’t from Texas I am so sorry… because a Sonic shake is definitely a bucket list item.
Sadly, Sonic shakes pack a ton of carbs right along with all of that flavor. Obviously they are a rare treat for me now!
Or they used to be. This low-carb chocolate raspberry shake is definitely a life-changer. I’ve come up with numerous shake recipes to satisfy my shake habit but this one is probably my favorite — at least at the moment. Dark chocolate and tangy raspberry are a classic combination and this one is deliciously good for you. I’ve added coconut oil, chia, and some other healthy fats to make it super creamy and satisfying while revving up your metabolism. The best thing about these shakes is you can have them for breakfast.
I tend to grab one as soon as I walk in the door from the gym. After weight training I like to get a good shot of protein to help my muscles recover. This does the trick.?Honestly, it’s also really yummy as a cocktail — just add a shot of ?creme de cacao.
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This is the shake powder I use. Every flavor that I’ve tried is good and some are amazing. There are just 3 carbs per serving in each of the different shake flavors and it mixes easily.
Table of Contents
Low-Carb Chocolate Raspberry Shake
- 2 tablespoons heavy cream
- Pinch of stevia
- Add all ingredients to the blender.
- Blend until thick and smooth.
- You may need to add a little more water if needed.
- Whisk the cream until thick.
- Whisk in stevia to taste.
- Spoon on top of the shake.
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