Skinny Chocolate Raspberry Milkshake Recipe

I love me a good chocolate milkshake, but they aren't always the best for my summer body. However, This Skinny Chocolate Raspberry Milkshake, is both healthy and delicious, and is sure to curb your sugar cravings.

In preparation for my wedding I’ve been doing a lot of crazy workouts and trying to eat better (only 23 more days). This recipe has helped curb my chocolate cravings – and I can eat it without feeling so guilty.
I am always on the lookout for some healthy treats, that won’t ruin my diet, or attempt to eat healthy. Emphasis on attempt. I really do try, but I think we can all agree, it can be a little tricky to eat healthy with all this yummy food around, especially this time of year.
If you are looking for a simple dessert or treat (or even breakfast), this is the perfect recipe for you. It’s healthy, delicious, and seriously tastes like a milkshake. It is full of fruity, chocolatey flavor, that I know you will love.

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what could i use instead of melted chocolate chips?

This recipe calls for melted semi sweet or dark chocolate chips. However, you could easily replace these with something else. There are a lot of sugary options you could choose from, however, to keep it “skinny” here are a few options, with little to no sugar in them.

Here are a few recommendations:

  • sugar free chocolate sauce
  • cocoa powder
  • chocolate protein drink
  • chocolate protein powder
  • chocolate milk
  • hot cocoa powder

We definitely prefer to use a less sugary options such as a chocolate protein mix, but baby steps are a good step. With this milkshake, you really can;t go wrong. It is so thick, creamy, simple, and delicious. You will absolutely love it.

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Frozen Lemon Fluff Dessert
Strawberry Banana Frozen Yogurt Pops
Frozen Raspberry Lemonade Pie

Serves: 2

Skinny Chocolate Raspberry Milkshake Recipe

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  • 1/2 cup of skim milk
  • 1/2 cup of dark chocolate chips, melted (I used Hershey's)
  • 1 cup of raspberries (I used fresh, but you could use frozen)
  • 1 banana
  • 6 oz of non-fat, plain greek yogurt
  • 10-15 ice cubes (to thicken it up)


  1. Mix all ingredients in a blender until smooth. You can top it with additional raspberries or my favorite - fat free whipped topping.



67 cal


2 g


10 g


2 g
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6 Responses to “Skinny Chocolate Raspberry Milkshake Recipe”

  1. Melissa @ Love Bug Living
    This sounds delicious! If you used a frozen banana it would help thicken it up without using so much ice that could water it down. I always wrap up any over ripe bananas that aren't going to get eaten in saran wrap and keep them in the freezer for smoothies! Melissa
  2. Caitlin
    This recipe sounds delicious, but I'm not sure that it qualifies as "skinny." I appreciate that it uses more natural ingredients, but as written the entire recipe has 850 calories, 33 grams of fat (20 grams saturated), and 90 grams of sugar. Might try using just a tablespoon of chocolate chips and adding some cocoa powder to keep the fat and sugar down.

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