Have you tried coconut oil in coffee?
Coconut oil has been very popular for cooking and beauty uses. It smells good and has a lot of benefits. Have you tried coconut oil in coffee? By putting coconut oil in a cup of coffee, it adds delicious smell and taste. Furthermore, you can expect health benefits!
How to make coconut oil coffee
You can simply add one table spoon of coconut oil in a cup of coffee. However, if you use a blender for mixing, instead of stirring with a spoon, they get mixed evenly and taste better.
Some people adds butter in their recipe to have more flavors.
Using coconut oil as an alternative for creamer is an excellent choice! It makes the coffee creamy and adds the nice smellI
1. Brew a cup of your favorite low toxin coffee. If you’re looking for a new fave, try this!
2. Add in 1-2 tablespoons of coconut oil (start with 1 and work your way up to 2).
3. Add 1-2 tablespoons grass-fed, unsalted butter or ghee.
4. Drink it up!
Want to try more flavorful one? This recipe adds more healthy ingredients for better tastes and more benefits!
Coffee (preferably organic).
1-2 Teaspoons of Coconut Oil
Note: You can use coffee substitutes like Dandy Blend in the recipes instead.
Raw Honey (optional)
Coconut Sugar (optional)
Vanilla Extract (optional)
Peppermint Extract (optional)
Whatever mix-in you like!
Carefully pour your coffee into your blender cup.
Add coconut oil and any other goodies you want (I usually add a tablespoon of gelatin and a teaspoon of raw honey).
Place the lid on your blender then blend up your coffee. You’ll notice that the coconut oil and coffee will froth up, all fancy like! Way better than Starbucks, guys!
Once blended, pour it into your cup and get your drink on.