Here is a list of 9 of the best Paleo Coconut Milk Smoothie Recipes. I don’t care who you are, you are bound to love a smoothie. What’s not to love? Sweet, rich, and creamy and so many vitamins… it’s deliciousness and goodness in a glass. But just like anything else, it can easily be loaded with tons of unwanted calories and sugar. That’s why Paleo Coconut Milk Smoothie Recipes are such a good idea, they are so much healthier than the regular smoothies out there.
I found 9 easy-to-make paleo coconut milk smoothie recipes. Coconut milk smoothies are easy to make and good for anyone who doesn’t drink dairy because they are dairy-free. A huge bonus is that coconut milk tastes delicious in these smoothies. I think coconut milk tastes better than regular milk in these.*Please note that most of the links on this page are affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and purchase, you will receive the same price, but I will receive a little money for referring you to the product. This helps keep this blog free for you. I truly appreciate you supporting my blog.
You have to try all of these Paleo Coconut Milk Smoothie Recipes and let me know which one are your favorites. They all look so good I can’t decide which one to try first.
When do you eat smoothies? Are you a breakfast smoothie person, or do you like them for a snack, with a meal or for dessert?
Here are some answers to some common questions about Coconut Milk Smoothie Recipes:
Can you use canned coconut milk in a smoothie?
You can use either canned or the carton kind. It’s depends on personal preference. Most people I know prefer to use canned for cooking and carton for smoothies.
Can coconut milk help you lose weight?
I don’t think it will help you loose weight but you can buy the lite kind to cut the fat content in half.
What is the best coconut milk?
I consider this to be the Best Coconut Milk on the market right now.
If you like these Coconut Milk Smoothie Recipes, you may also like these recipes:
Paleo Coconut Milk Smoothie Recipes
1. Tropical Green Smoothie – My Natural Family
Spinach – Banana – Orange – Pineapple – Avocado – Coconut Milk
The best part of smoothies is how easy they are to make. Most people can handle tossing fruits and vegetables into a blender. Make sure to actually measure the greens. I like to use the coconut milk from a can because I think it has the best flavor but you can use it from a carton if you want to. The avocado is my secret ingredient. It helps keep things from separating and makes it smooth and creamy without any weird avocado taste. I had a couple drops of essential oil to make it refreshing and to add flavor too.
2. Pretty Coconut and Raw Beet Smoothie – The Endless Meal
Beets – Blueberries – Coconut Milk – Water
Bet you never thought you could drink your beets! It’s the ultimate healthy breakfast. The beets are noticeable but not overpowering. They sure make it pretty, don’t they? My mom used to make beet chocolate cake all the time. So, a smoothie with beets isn’t that far fetched. Give it a try and find out for yourself, they sure are healthy. Just don’t tell the kids what is in it or they might bolt for the door.
3. Coconut Milk Smoothie – The Gracious Pantry
This is the perfect way to use up that coconut milk you have left after you make coconut whipped cream. You know how when you make coconut whipped cream you only use the cream off the top of the can and all the good coconut milk is left in the bottom. Well, use that milk in smoothies. Don’t throw it away, it’s perfectly good and very healthy for you. Some people call is wonderful white liquid.
4. Key Lime Pie Smoothie – Cook Eat Paleo
Coconut Milk – Ice – Avocado – Limes – Honey
When you make this you’ll think you made a key lime pie, but making this is a lot easier than making a pie. If you can’t find key limes, regular limes will do just fine. It’s like dessert in a glass. The avocado adds a special touch. Delish
5. Pineapple Coconut Lime Smoothie – One Lovely Life
Pineapple – Coconut Milk – Lime
With very few ingredients in this you can really enjoy each ingredient individually. The coconut brings some silky creaminess along with a bunch of healthy fat, the pineapple adds a tangy tropical flavor and the lime adds a punch of zing. It’s a bright, creamy, tangy match made in heaven. If you want to add other things I suggest mango instead of half of the pineapple. You could also add chia seeds or maybe a small handful of spinach.
6. Raspberry Coconut Smoothie – Creme De Le Crumb
Coconut Milk – Banana – Raspberries
I you need a dairy-free smoothie coconut milk is definitely the way to go. Just add some bananas and raspberries and you’re really good to go. I love that this has no added sugar too. Those raspberries sure give it a pretty color don’t they? I love that.
7. Tropikale Smoothie – Live Eat Learn
Kale – Pineapple – Banana – Orange – Coconut Milk – Coconut Oil
This is a tropical take on what I would call the classic green smoothie. The coconut milk, orange and pineapple give it that tropical flavor. I think fresh pineapple would taste wonderful in this. Don’t forget how healthy that kale is either. Do you like fresh pineapple? If you do you have to try making one of these.
8. Chocolate Nutmeg Smoothie – That Girls Cooks Healthy
Have you ever seen a chocolate smoothie with nutmeg before? Nutmeg is very very pungent so be careful you don’t add too much. It’s always best to start out with less and then add more if you want to. That’s really easy to do if you just taste it while it’s still in the blender. You can just add more and give it a zap. You could even leave it out if you’re nervous about adding nutmeg.
9. Healthy Shamrock Shake – Cook Eat Paleo
Can you believe there is no food coloring added to this? It really does remind me of shamrocks. This is a healthy shamrock shake without the ice cream, food coloring, milk or mint extract. It’s made with avocado and coconut milk which makes it really rich and creamy. The fresh mint leaves which give it the minty flavor and green color. The amount of mint you add is up to you. This is another case of just adding a little bit, tasting and adding more if you want to.