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Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake

There’s nothing quite like a slice of good cheesecake. This keto strawberry cheesecake milkshake is just as good and super easy to make!

Simple Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake

Everyone loves a good milkshake. The classic flavors of vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry are all well engrained in our heads. You probably used to swing by your local diner or fast food joint and order one. I know I did.

But, what exactly is in those milkshakes? If we break down the ingredients that should be included, we have ice cream, milk, and any other flavors or mix-ins. Right off the bat, we have a ton of sugars, both added and natural, that are being combined into one savory drink.

Because of this, milkshakes are a definite no-no on a low-carb way of living. Way too much sugar and added nasties!

Simple Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake

Now, let’s talk about cheesecake. It’s creamy, sweet, and delicious. But in reality, is it any different than the milkshake I mentioned above? It’s still full of sugars and other ingredients that come along its (generally) processed nature.

But what if I said you can actually combine the two? What if you can create the best of both worlds? Well, the good news is, you can. And, it’s keto.

To make this keto strawberry cheesecake milkshake, you’re going to need to have only a handful of ingredients. The first, and most important, are some fresh strawberries. Before you say it, let me say… Don’t worry. You’re only going to need about 4 – 5 strawberries, each of which has about .5g net carbs each.

As a result, the carb count for this recipe stays low.

Simple Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake

Combine everything together and give it a blend. That’s as complicated as it gets! If you find that you’d like your shake to be thinner, add a few extra splashes of the unsweetened cashew milk. You can also tinker with the amount of sweetener if you’d like a little more or less.

Take the handful of minutes it takes to make this. It is the perfect way to top off a nice meal.

If you love strawberry desserts, also check out our Keto No-Bake Strawberry Cream Pie.

Simple Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake

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Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake

Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake

Yield: 2 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

There's nothing quite like a slice of good cheesecake. This keto strawberry cheesecake milkshake is just as good and super easy to make!



  1. Combine all ingredients (except the ice) into a high-speed blender and blend until smooth
  2. Add ice and blend until the desired consistency is reached
  3. Pour, serve, and enjoy!

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Nutrition Information

Amount Per Serving Calories 310Total Fat 31gCarbohydrates 3gProtein 5g


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Tuesday 2nd of March 2021

when I put this recipe in MyFitnessPal recipe maker, it comes up to 853 calories... is this recipe for more that 1 serving? 4 oz of cream cheese alone is 397 calories. Just wondering if I am missing something. Thanks!

Logan Childress

Saturday 3rd of April 2021


The recipe is for two servings of the strawberry shake.


Wednesday 1st of April 2020

Hey, is it okay to use frozen strawberries and coconut milk instead of cashew milk?

Logan Childress

Thursday 2nd of April 2020

Yes, both of these would be perfectly fine.


Tuesday 19th of November 2019

Your milkshake has 350 calories. Is’nt that too much??

Logan Childress

Thursday 21st of November 2019


No, not really. It depends on how each person decides to consume the shake. If you're consuming it in addition to a full meal, perhaps it is. But, we all have different caloric needs. If you're consuming it as a meal replacement, then it's too few calories generally. It just all depends on how it's being used.

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