Keto coffee with cream
- ¾ cup 180 ml coffee, brewed the way you like it
- ¼ cup 60 ml heavy whipping cream
- Make your coffee the way you like it. Pour the cream in a small sauce pan and heat gently while stirring until it's frothy.
- Pour the warm cream in a big cup, add coffee and stir. Serve straight away as is, or with a handful of nuts or a piece of cheese.
Tips for flavorful keto coffee!
Add a piece of dark chocolate, with a minimum of 80% cocoa solids, to your cup of coffee. This way you'll have a melted little treat waiting by the time you finish your drink. Or try it with cinnamon as a gorgeous and luscious post-meal treat!
Should you add butter to your keto coffee?
When frothed or well-blended even a small amount of butter can make coffee more rich and delicious. Add it for a treat if you like, but it's not necessary for a yummy keto coffee.
Yes, but I think not more than one or maybe two cups a day. :)
A piece of 99% chocolate is OK ... But just a little bit of advice, try to focus on what you should eat. :-)
I use Amul Fresh Cream and sweetener to make a cup of cold coffee in the morning. Is it Keto friendly?
Amul is a low fat cream. You want something that is very low carbs and high fat. For sweeteners, you can review our sweetener guide here to make sure you are choosing a keto friendly option.
Why does your recipe list 2 carbs for the cream?
All heavy cream has carbs due to the remaining lactose. If it's under a certain amount, the manufacturer is allowed to round all the way down to 0g.
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I am in KetoDiet since 3weeks
But still i am not losing any weight?
How I know exactly the reason because I cannot take medicine for everything like if I have Insulin resistant or magnesium or any thing else ???
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If you are on any medication, please work with your doctor to adjust dosage as necessary.
All heavy cream has approximately .5g carbs per tablespoon. Many manufacturers round down to 0.
You can have coffee and tea in addition to your meals.
You can have tea instead of coffee. You can add cream to it if you'd like, or drink it plain.
Just to clarify, are you using something like the "sugar alcohol formula" to reach this carb value; i.e.- 1 carb per tbsp. (or 15ml) ÷ 2?
I am not using any formula - the manufacturers are allowed by the FDA labeling laws to round down to 0g carbs.
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You are not restricted to 3/4 cups, but keep an eye on how you're feeling.
Check out our Dairy Guide for more information on this topic. Consideration should be given to the number of carbs in milk and how your body responds to it. https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/dairy