How to Make Keto Friendly Coffee
Have you ever craved coffee, but you’re on the Keto diet? Have no fear because you can still have coffee on the Keto diet. It’s just a matter of how to make Keto friendly coffee! Here’s how to have your coffee and stick to the Keto diet.
Use MCT Oil
If you aren’t putting MCT Oil in your Keto coffee, maybe it’s time to start. MCT Oil is a magical concoction that the body needs and happily absorbs. Medium-chain triglycerides are what MCT oil is and it’s quite fabulous. Many people use MCT Oil because it doesn’t need another enzyme to help your body absorb it. The cool thing about MCT Oil is that you can put it in your coffee and you won’t even be able to taste it. However, the benefits would outweigh any odd taste it may have if it had a taste at all.
Go for the Bulletproof Coffee
If you’ve been on the Keto diet, you have heard of Bulletproof coffee. This type of coffee is easy to make and really just a great way to get some fats in! You can put straight up butter in your bulletproof coffee. Other people add other fats like ghee, heavy whipping cream, or even something like coconut milk. You can find a ton of different recipes for bulletproof coffee.
Drink your coffee black
There are no rules that say you have to add anything to your coffee. In fact, sometimes the best coffee is when it’s straight up black. Black coffee is something that you can’t go wrong with. For those of you who are in a hurry and want to stay with this way of eating, black coffee is the way to go. Coffee has so many positive attributes. It can make you alert, reduces your risk of type 2 diabetes, and is all around pretty delicious!
Heavy cream is your friend
If you want to keep your coffee Keto friendly, then stick with heavy cream. Adding a dash of heavy cream and a pinch of stevia, you can be on your way to enjoying coffee again. Some say to add a dash of salt to help keep out the bitter taste of the stevia.
Keto friendly coffee may take some getting used to because you aren’t loading up on tons of sugars and carbs. Good Keto friendly coffee isn’t complicated and doesn’t have to cost a lot of money.
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