Coffee with cream

Yum, yum, yum. Hot coffee with heavy cream will warm you up to your toes! Try this in the morning, as a mid-day boost, or as a decadent and creamy keto dessert.
Yum, yum, yum. Hot coffee with heavy cream will warm you up to your toes! Try this in the morning, as a mid-day boost, or as a decadent and creamy keto dessert.
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Ingredients

  • ¾ cup 180 ml coffee, brewed the way you like it
  • 4 tablespoons 60 ml heavy whipping cream

Instructions

Instructions are for 1 serving. Please modify as needed.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.

Tip!

Add a piece of dark chocolate, with a minimum of 70% 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!

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6 Comments

  1. Gillian
    It's been suggested that I could drink this iced instead of hot. How would I do that so that it still tastes good and not watered down or just like coffee I've left too long?
    Reply: #3
  2. Sophie
    I cold brew my coffee and then add that, cream and a little natural sweetener to my bullet blender. Once Whizzed up I pour it over ice and it's lovely!
  3. Kelly
    You could pour coffee in an ice cube tray and make coffee ice cubes. As they melt, they don't dilute your drink.
  4. Cat
    Im lactose intolerant would a plant based cream be an option? Like coconut cream?
    Reply: #8
  5. Miriam
    i see suggestions to add cinnamon to coffee a lot but when I do it just sits on top (and finds it way to the bottom). Is there a way to actually get the coffee to absorb the cinnamon or is this the way it should be?
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  7. Diana
    Sure coconut cream would work for you.

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