I like to drink my coffee in the morning and most of the time that’s all I will have until around 10-11am when I have a low carb smoothie. The fat in this Keto Coffee Recipe leaves me feeling full for hours!
The ingredients you need for this keto coffee are brewed coffee, butter, MCT oil (optional), and sweetener (also optional).
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You want to put the coffee in your blender cup and add your stevia, then your butter. I use a ninja blender which is so amazing. Seriously, forget about your sticker shock over that Vitamix and get you a Ninja Kitchen System for a fraction of the price. It came with a blender pitcher, food processor, and 2 personal blender cups. Best. purchase. ever.
Another easier option for blending your keto coffee is using a milk frother. This little gadget has also been an amazing purchase! If you aren’t too keen on having another gadget on your counter though, stick with a blender.
After you get all of that yummy stuff in there, screw on the lid, and start blending! You will have keto coffee in about 10 seconds! When its all blended, carefully remove the lid.
If your blender doesn’t have a blender cup, you can use the big blender base instead. You’ll want to start the blender low and vent the lid. Also, only blend one cup of coffee at a time.
Delicious, frothy, decadent coffee in no time.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret…I use salted butter. I told you, I don’t use unsalted butter for anything…not even my coffee!
Are you intrigued? Will you try keto coffee? With salted butter?
This coffee recipe is very versatile. You can add other flavorings and different fats. Coconut oil is a popular addition. Also, cinnamon, vanilla, and collagen peptides are popular additions as well.
- 12 oz freshly brewed coffee
- 1-2 tbsp salted butter
- 1/4 tsp liquid stevia
Add all ingredients to a blender jar and blend for 10 seconds.
Carefully remove the lid and pour into a coffee mug.
- If your blender doesn’t have a blender cup, you can use the big blender base instead. You’ll want to start the blender low and vent the lid. Also, only blend one cup of coffee at a time.
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