This creamy cinnamon coffee recipe is from my wife Angel, who loves to make food and body care recipes that support people’s journey to optimal health. Check out my wife’s website and facebook page where she shares stories and pics about our life.
Creamy Cinnamon Coffee
Yield 1 Cup
- 1 cup of organic coffee
- 1 tbsp grassfed butter
- 1/4 tsp organic cinnamon
- 1 tsp organic coconut oil or XCT oil
- dash of nutmeg
- Liquid stevia to taste (I used English toffee flavored)
- (optional) 1 drop cinnamon bark essential oil
Step #1: Make coffee as usual (Keurig coffee is fine, but be sure to buy organic coffee!)
Step #3: Pour the coffee into a mug 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 17 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.
Dr Jockers Comments:
Coffee is rich in powerful polyphenol anti-oxidants chlorogenic acid and caffeic acid. These anti-oxidants help to preferentially support the development of healthy microbes in the intestines such as bifido bacterium. Coconut oil and grass-fed butter help to further support the gut with small and medium chain fatty acids. These fats help to reduce inflammation in the body, help the thyroid function better and improve brain processing.
Cinnamon and nutmeg help to stabilize blood sugar and improve insulin sensitivity. The caffeine in the coffee will drive up some adrenal activity and increase blood sugar levels. By adding in coconut oil and/or grass-fed butter along with cinnamon you help to stabilize blood sugar and give you long-lasting energy, fat burning and improved mood and memory.
A cup of organic coffee daily is a wonderful health recommendation for most individuals. Using this recipe is the BEST way to maximize the performance enhancing benefits of coffee without the adrenal and blood sugar roller coaster that often occurs with coffee and caffeine consumption.