Bone Broth Protein Mocha Fudge Smoothie Recipe - Dr. Axe

Bone Broth Protein Mocha Fudge Smoothie Recipe


Mocha fudge sounds rich, decadent and … healthy? If you enjoy sipping your breakfast or recharging with a post-workout protein shake, then you have to try this Protein Mocha Fudge Smoothie, powered by bone broth. Don’t let the long name fool you. This fudgy protein smoothie is Paleo and tastes amazing — plus, it’s healthy!

Bone broth protein mocha fudge smoothie ingredients - Dr. Axe
It’s naturally sweetened with nutrition-rich banana and healing raw honey. Adding a mix of cocoa and carob powders lend that chocolate taste and the teaspoon of instant coffee gives this smoothie taste like a coffee shop favorite.The addition of protein powder made from bone broth will help replenish your body after a tough workout — I particularly love the chocolate version in this. And don’t forget the cashews — they’ll add necessary healthy fats and satiety to this drink.

Bone broth protein mocha fudge smoothie process - Dr. Axe
Making the smoothie is super easy. Add all the ingredients into the blender and purée until smooth. Add water and ice to reach your preferred consistency. That’s all there is to it!

Total Time

5 minutes



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  • 1 cup frozen banana
  • 1⁄4 cup raw cashews
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 1 teaspoon carob powder
  • 1 teaspoon instant coffee
  • 12 ounces coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon raw honey
  • 1 scoop of protein powder made from bone broth (vanilla or chocolate)


  1. Place all ingredients in blender and purée until smooth, adding water and ice to blend as necessary.

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  1. Jackie on

    I’m pretty sure that’s on the normal to low calorie side for a meal if we are dealing with “calories.” Although, I think the chemicals without calories will probably make you heavier, slower and depressed vs. real food with calories. I have also never met someone who said they gained weight from eating a few cashews, studies actually indicate the opposite is true regarding most nuts and it is a little bewildering.

  2. Beverly Sukonik on

    Hi, I met you and Jordan yesterday at Whole Foods, Orlando. I bought each variety of Bone Broth protein. So far I have used Pure in a homemade soup which gave it added taste and I just used the Chocolate in my coffee which gave it a Mocha Cappochino flavor. Very pleased so far – going for the 3 week challenge. I will keep you posted. Thanks

  3. Tara on

    Love this! It is so good!! To reduce the sugar, I left out the banana. To give the thickness that the banana gives, I used some soaked almonds and soaked chia seeds. It was perfect!

  4. maribel on

    Would you recommend this bone broth protein powder smoothie for 8 and 9 yr. olds? Sounds delicious and I think it would work for quick mornings before school.

  5. Kathleen Carter on

    I want a good powder mix for my smoothie. Problem is they add Splenda or another sweetener that gives me migraines. Do you have any unsweetened powders?


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