Butter coffee latte

Butter coffee latte

Adding butter to coffee might seem a little strange if you haven’t done it before, but it was seriously life-changing for me! It keeps hunger at bay, boosts energy, and is frothy like a latte.

The addition of vanilla almond milk in this recipe makes it even more like a true latte, without adding carbs.

one 10-ounce cup


119 calories
13 g fat
O g total carbs
O g net carbs
O g protein


1 cup (8 ounces) brewed coffee

1/2 tablespoon unsalted butter

1/2 tablespoon MCT oil

3 tablespoons unsweetened vanilla almond milk



In a blender, combine coffee, butter, MCT oil, and almond milk and blend until frothy. (Do not just stir the ingredients together. This will make your coffee oily, not frothy—yuck.)

Pour into a mug to serve.

TIPS & VARIATIONS • For a richer cup, you can increase butter and MCT oil to 1 tablespoon each. You might need to reduce coffee by a tablespoon to make room.
To avoid having to clean a blender, you can use a handheld milk frother instead. However, the blender does make a frothier, better-tasting
For a nut-free version, use coconut milk instead of almond milk.



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