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Keto Coffee Recipe … or Butter Coffee!


5 minutes









Gluten-Free, Ketogenic,


      • one 8-ounce cup of organic black coffee
      • 1 scoop collagen powder made from bone broth
      • 1 scoop beef gelatin (optional)
      • 1 tablespoon grass-fed butter
      • 1 tablespoon coconut oil or MCT oil
      • cinnamon to sprinkle on top


  1. Add all ingredients to a high-powered blender, blending until well-combined.




If you’re already a fan of coffee, then you’re going to love this recipe for keto coffee, also known as “butter coffee.” What if you’ve never had coffee before? Well, this just may be the cup that makes you a fan. Honestly, it’s one of my favorite keto recipes.

In moderation, high-quality organic coffee can have its proven coffee health benefits. This recipe takes coffee to another level, a much healthier level in my opinion.

Instead of just mainly getting a punch of eye-opening caffeine with a solid dose of antioxidants, this recipe adds in nutritional powerhouse ingredients like grass-fed butter and collagen powder made from bone broth to give you a sustainable boost of energy that doesn’t leave you falling flat a few hours later.

You may have already heard of the keto diet. Maybe you’re even following it at this very moment. One of the central aspects of this intriguing diet, which was originally developed for epilepsy patients in the 1920s, is that it contains a very low amount of carbohydrates and a high amount of fats.

The ketogenic diet is a somewhat controversial yet currently very popular approach to health and weight loss. In addition to possibly helping followers shed unwanted pounds, a ketogenic diet has even been shown in scientific research to help combat cancer as well as other serious chronic health issues.
Keto coffee is the perfect morning or afternoon beverage for someone following a ketogenic diet. It’s also a way of giving this ketogenic philosophy of eating a try.

Instead of loading your coffee with carbohydrate-rich milk and sugar, you’re adding in seriously beneficial fats like beef gelatin and bone broth collagen. Instead of adding some creamer, you put in some vitamin-rich butter. Rather than using a blood sugar spiking sweetener, you top your keto coffee off with a nice sprinkle of cinnamon (which satisfies a need for sweet but helps to keep blood sugar down).

What Is Keto Coffee?



What if I told you that butter in coffee and coconut oil in coffee is not only healthy, but quite tasty? It’s true! Keto coffee gives you all of the coffee benefits plus so much more. No longer will your morning java be a jittery jolt with useless calories.

The idea with keto coffee is that give your body fuel that is rich in nutrient-dense, blood sugar-stabilizing fat. When I say “fat,” I’m talking about the following: grass-fed butter, coconut oil or MCT oil, and collagen powder made from bone broth.

Coconut oil coffee probably sounds tasty, especially if you’re a coconut fan. But, you may be nervous to add things like butter, collagen, and gelatin to your morning joe. Please don’t be scared. Collagen powder and gelatin are very neutral in their flavor profiles. Meanwhile, grass-fed butter adds a creamy richness that makes additional dairy like milk or cream unnecessary.

Coffee with coconut oil and other healthy fats makes for a hot beverage that is highly satisfying. You not only enjoy the richness of this keto coffee, but it also keeps you full for hours. So if you’re watching your weight, it’s not a drink to shy away from, but rather, it could be a coffee change that helps your weight loss efforts.

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