Coconut Milk Coffee
This coconut milk coffee recipe is a slightly modified recipe I got from my friend Megan Kelly. She has an incredible blog and is a Licensed Esthetician specializing in holistic nutrition, woman’s hormones, and spiritual health.
Coconut Milk Coffee
Yield 1 cup
- Organic dark-roast coffee
- ½ cup of hot filtered water
- ½ cup of organic coconut milk
- Liquid stevia to taste
- Pinch of pink salt
- 1/2 tsp of organic cinnamon
- Add 1 scoop of our Coffee Bone Broth Protein which contains 20 grams of high quality protein and organic espresso coffee. My wife absolutely LOVES THIS coffee protein!!
Step #1: Heat your water and add in organic coffee and coconut milk.
Step #2: Add in stevia to the taste you like and a pinch of pink salt.
Step #3: Serve and enjoy!
***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above**
**Nutritional info does not include optional ingredients.
Serving Size 1 cup
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Total Fat 20 g
Total Carbohydrates 6 g
Sugars 2 g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
The best type of coffee I have ever found is BulletProof Coffee here but you can use any organic espresso coffee or my personal favorite, the Bone Broth coffee as our coffee source.
The coconut milk is meant to be the creamer, so simply use it as such. If you choose to use the bone broth protein than mix it in after the water and coconut milk are fully mixed. If the water is scolding, than it will damage the proteins in the bone broth protein. It should be warm enough to drink in a desired way when you mix in the protein powder.
Dr Jockers Comments:
Most coffee lovers could not possibly imagine giving up coffee. Although most natural health programs recommend avoiding coffee it actually contains some great health benefits. Coffee is very rich in chlorogenic acid which helps to stabilize blood sugar levels. Stable blood sugar levels will improve energy and brain function and reduce inflammatory stress.
The “darkness” of the coffee refers to the color of the bean after it has been roasted. The newest research has found that dark roast coffee has more anti-oxidants than light roast. In this study, it restored blood levels of glutathione and vitamin E more effectively. The dark roast also led to a significant body weight reduction in overweight volunteers.
Coconut milk is loaded with powerful medium-chain triglycerides that have a profound effect on metabolism, the immune system and brain function. You can use either full-fat canned coconut milk or the lighter carton variety. The canned is more concentrated fats that make this coffee a meal replacement that should sustain one for at least 3-4 hours after consuming. The lighter variety may not provide the necessary sustenance for a meal but you could add a tbsp. or two of coconut oil or grass-fed butter to add more healthy fats if you like.
You can use different forms of liquid stevia for flavoring. At a health food store or whole foods you can get chocolate flavored, cinnamon flavored, vanilla flavored and grape flavored. A slight pinch of pink salt provides key minerals and electrolytes and helps knock out the bitter stevia aftertaste that some do not like.
Add in the Coffee Bone Broth Protein for 20 grams of collagen rich protein that helps improve your joints, skin, hair, nails, gut and immune system.