how to make bulletproof coffee
I’m normally a breakfast fan.
We plan our breakfast menu right after dinner most nights.
I can hear my mother saying,”It’s the most important meal of the day.”
Lately, I find myself skipping it (sorry mom)
Our schedule has been CRAZY. Two kids in two different schools, with two different start times, means I make breakfast twice.
By the time I get them to school and clean -up, the last thing I want to do is make another breakfast for myself.
And to add another level of crazy, we are moving. But not an easy I found my dream house and can’t wait to move move. Our is more the I can’t find a single house I like so let’s move into our RV and build our own house move.
So I am packing two sets of boxes. Those we will need short term, and those that will be in storage until we build.
Like I said, it’s crazy town around here.
With so much that needs to get done, and in a hurry (we move next week), breakfast and sometimes lunch get pushed to the back of the line.
And that is where bulletproof coffee comes in handy.
Coffee with butter, or butter and coconut oil, may not sound like something you’d enjoy. I never thought I’d like my coffee with coconut oil, but it has completely replaced my need for milk or cream.
One cup of bulletproof coffee and I am energized and ready to go. NOT only does bulletproof coffee fill you up, but there’s NO crash mid-morning or afternoon.
I know that as soon as this craziness passes, I’ll be back to enjoying my breakfast, but for now I am all about the coffee.
- 1 cup of brewed coffee
- 1 Tbsp coconut oil
- 1 Tbsp grass fed unsalted butter
- place your coconut oil and butter in a blender
- add hot coffee and blend thoroughly
a few tips for a delicious cup of bulletproof coffee
– use quality coffee beans
– place the oil and butter in the blender first, and then pour on the hot coffee
– blend thoroughly on high (I love using the soup feature on my Blendtec)
coffee served with an oil slick on top is NOT appealing, if blended properly your coffee will be creamy and smooth, and not at all oily