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Paleo Mocha Milkshake Recipe (Dairy-Free)

Louise | July 17
Paleo Mocha Milkshake Recipe (Dairy-Free) #paleo

Milkshakes aren’t typically known for their health benefits. This Paleo mocha milkshake is a major exception to the rule. 

How to Make a Paleo Milkshake

This milkshake will bring all the boys to the yard…especially if they’re Paleo. After all, cavemen weren’t exactly strolling up to their local burger joint and ordering a frosty mug for two. 

So how in the world can a milkshake be considered Paleo? 

They totally are, if you make them right. 

In reimagining the milkshake, dairy is the first ingredient to consider. Milk is a primary ingredient, and that’s off the table. But this is easily remedied with coconut or almond milk. 

Your non-dairy milk of choice also steps up to replace milk that would be found in ice cream. Whatever replacement milk you choose is thickened by ice. 

What I didn’t replace from traditional ice cream is the sugar. The bold coffee and richness of the chocolate collagen powder are more than enough to flavor this shake. 

If you don’t have chocolate collagen powder lying around, don’t worry. I’ve got a solution for that. 

CoBionic Indulgence

This mocha milkshake calls for something called CoBionic Indulgence. This supplement powder offers the benefits of collagen and a rich chocolate taste. 

CoBionic Indulgence is easy to add in smoothies, shakes, coffee, hot chocolate, and more. By doing so, you give those beverages a power boost of nutrition. 

CoBionic actually contains seven superfoods — grass-fed collagen, organic coconut milk powder, alkalized cocoa powder, silica, pink Himalayan sea salt, glucomannan, and monk fruit extract. 

All of that good stuff combines to help you look and feel better than ever. If you’d like to learn more about CoBionic Indulgence, this link will hook you up with detailed information and a link to order. 

Great…But Is Chocolate Paleo? 

That’s a great (and brave!) question. To some extent, it depends on who you ask. You know people get opinionated about Paleo. 

My answer is…it depends. 

The chocolate itself is healthy, but the accessories that get added can be a problem. Cocoa beans are rich in iron, copper, and magnesium. You get a dose of healthy fat, and polyphenols to boot. 

But sometimes you have to take the good with the bad. Chocolate often contains quite a bit of sugar. You can reduce the sugar load by choosing dark chocolate with a high percentage. 

There can be other non-Paleo ingredients too. Milk chocolate obviously contains dairy, so definitely avoid that if you’re sensitive to it. 

You should also watch out for corn syrup and vegetable oil. 

If you want to know more, here’s a deep dive

Paleo Mocha Milkshake Recipe (Dairy-Free) #paleo

Paleo Mocha Milkshake Recipe (Dairy-Free)

  • Author: Louise Hendon
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x
  • Category: Drink, Dessert
  • Cuisine: American


Think of this milkshake like your new go-to summer morning pick-me-up.



  1. Blend well.


All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.


  • Calories: 83
  • Sugar: 0 g
  • Fat: 5 g
  • Carbohydrates: 3 g
  • Fiber: 1 g
  • Protein: 9 g