The Kenetik Concentrate bottle next to a refreshing cranberry ketone drink and lemon

Top 3 Refreshing Easy Ketone Drink Recipes

Posted by Katie Spaller on

Incorporating ketone drinks into your daily routine is a great way to boost your energy levels, sharpen your focus and support your brain health. In fact, the more regularly you drink ketones, the better your brain uses them for fuel. 

Kenetik: Ketone Concentrate makes it possible to enjoy ketones your way. If you’re looking for a new, refreshing way to enjoy your daily serving of Kenetik, these easy keto drink recipes are for you! 


1. Start Your Day the Right Way: Green Kenetik Ketone Boost


Kenetik pairs wonderfully with green smoothies to start your day! Crafting this Kenetik Green keto drink recipe in the morning is a great upgrade to your typical green smoothie. 

In addition to the energy and brain boosting benefits of ketones, this drink maximizes the antioxidant benefits of leafy greens. Why? Because ketone drinks  are also an antioxidant powerhouse, reducing the amount of damaging free radicals in the brain. 

Start your day the right way with a Green Kenetik Ketone Boost! Here’s how to make it:

  • Add 2 oz of Kenetik: Ketone Concentrate to a blender
  • Add 3 cups of spinach
  • Add 1 banana
  • Add ½ avocado 
  • Add 4 oz coconut water
  • Squeeze juice of half a lemon
  • Blend all ingredients until smooth
  • Pour into a glass with a straw and enjoy!

2. Beat Afternoon Brain Fog: Kenetik Blackberry Lime Spritz

Do you often experience brain fog in the afternoons? A Kenetik Blackberry Lime Spritz could be the pick me up you’re looking for. 

Not only are sweet yet tart blackberries delicious, but they’re also great if you’re on a low-carb diet. Their low glycemic index means that they won’t spike your glucose levels. Kenetik is also sugar-free and caffeine-free, so there’s no concern for a sugar- or caffeine-crash,

Combining ketones with blackberries creates an exogenous ketone drink recipe that will increase energy, sharpen focus and eliminate brain fog without fear of a crash. Here’s how to make the Kenetik Blackberry Lime Spritz:

  • Muddle 5 blackberries and 2 mint leaves. 
  • Pour 2 oz Kenetik: Ketone Concentrate over ice. 
  • Add muddled blackberries and mint leaves to the glass with Ketone Concentrate. 
  • Add 4 oz of sparkling water. 
  • Add juice of ½ of a lime. 
  • Stir. Garnish with a lime wedge and enjoy!

3. Avoid Alcohol: Kenetik Lemon Cranberry Refresher

Ketones are a great alcohol replacement. Unlike alcoholic beverages, this ketone refresher will have you feeling your best AND support your long-term brain health. 

You’re likely aware that alcohol has negative effects on your brain in the short-term. But, did you know that long term effects of alcohol use include memory problems like dementia? This is a major reason why people are looking to avoid alcohol. 

This Kenetik Lemon Cranberry Refresher is just one of the  delicious, keto non alcoholic drinks for any occasion! Here’s how to make it:

  • Freeze cranberry juice in a large ice cube mold. 
  • Add cranberries, water and honey to a pot and boil for 15 minutes. 
  • Strain the mixture and refrigerate until cold. 
  • Add the cranberry ice cube to a glass. 
  • Add 1 oz of Kenetik: Ketone Concentrate
  • Add 2 tsp of cranberry/honey mixture. 
  • Add juice of ½ of a lemon. 
  • Add 4 oz of sparkling water. 
  • Stir, garnish with a lemon wedge and enjoy this easy keto drink recipe!

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