How to Sweeten Coffee on Keto + 3 Keto Coffee Creamer Recipes

If you’re anything like me, I usually like my coffee the same way every day! Once I started a Keto Diet Menu the trick was figuring out how to sweeten my coffee on Keto and not long after a little Google search I also had to figure out what this bulletproof coffee everyone was raving about was. 

The promising news for you is that I found the best way to sweeten your coffee on Keto and I have 3 super simple Keto coffee recipes that I have tried, and I know you’ll enjoy as well. 

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How to Sweeten Coffee on Keto?

For starters, the big thing for keto diet beginners is learning how to sweeten coffee on keto and any beverage for that matter. 

My go-to sweetener is Lakanto Monk fruit liquid sweetener. Since it’s liquid, you can add it to hot or cold drinks. I have one I keep in the center console of my car, purse and one for the house. It’s super convenient, mixes well and has no chemically aftertaste like most of the other sugar-free options. 

With zero calories, no sugar or added artificial flavoring, Lakanto Sweetener will not increase blood sugar and is Keto friendly. 

If you like to keep things simple, you can add 3-4 Drops of Lakanto Liquid Sweetener and a splash or two of heavy cream to your coffee. No recipe needed!

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Keto Breakfast Ideas

These three Keto coffee recipes are also great Keto breakfast ideas. I know a lot of my clients are either not usually big breakfast eaters or struggle to find quick, easy breakfast options for work days. 

All three recipes are quick and easy to grab and go plus offer a good balance of healthy fats, a little protein, and low carb. Two of the coffee recipes even have my favorite Keto ingredients for weight loss, brain function, and energy! 

Mocha Keto Coffee 

Iced mocha coffee is usually my go to. This recipe includes heavy cream and Keto Nootropics. The Nootropics adds the chocolate and is already sweetened with stevia extract, so you don’t even need to add any additional sweetener. 

*side note: I'm not usually a huge fan of the taste of Stevia, however, I can't even taste the Stevia at all! 

Perfect Keto nootropic blend includes exogenous ketones to fuel cognitive activities along with MCTs and grass-fed collagen peptides for lasting fuel, especially for those who like to fast. You can get all the details on Nootropics here

Shake in a shaker cup to mix all ingredients together

Keto Bulletproof Coffee

You have probably already come across a bulletproof coffee recipe or two, which includes MCT oil and butter. If you prefer this option, I defiantly recommend treating this as a meal replacement, since there is already a good amount of fat in the coffee. Which is great, but would be too much if you also had a full breakfast with it. 

Also, I highly recommend using Grass-fed butter because it is a much better anti-inflammatory energy source than regular butter, which is full of hormones, pesticides and GMO’s from grain-fed cows… No Bueno

Lastly, you can use plain coconut oil, but MCT Oil has better fat burning and anti-inflammatory benefits than plain coconut oil. If you only have coconut oil right now be sure that it is unrefined and raw- organic and try to switch to MCT oil as soon as you can. Check out more info about the  MCT Oil I recommend. 

  • 8-10 oz cup of coffee
  • 1 tablespoon grass fed butter
  • 1 tablespoon of MCT Oil
  • 3-4 drops of Lakanto liquid sweetener (PS they also have vanilla & chocolate flavor options)

Shake in a shaker cup to mix all ingredients together

Keto Coconut Vanilla Creamers

Making Keto coconut ice cube creamers is super easy and makes it even easier to pop a few of the ice cubes in your coffee and go in the mornings. 

Keep in mind this option won’t be as instantly creamy as the first too, but for someone who likes their coffee a little stronger, you got to give this one a try! 

  1. Shake the can of coconut milk to be sure it is combined well and then empty the can evenly into an ice cube tray. Let freeze overnight or at least 3 hours. 
  2. Each morning you will mix 8-10 oz coffee, 1 tablespoon MCT Oil, liquid sweetener and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. 
  3. Then add as many coconut milk ice cubes as you’d like. If your coffee is hot, the ice cubes will combine quicker, but you can also use cold coffee if you want your coffee a little stronger.

I hope that one of these three Keto Coffee Creamer recipes sounds like a good fit for your Keto diet menu as a quick breakfast option or an afternoon pick me up.

Now that you know the best way to sweeten your Keto coffee with Lankanto Liquid Sweetener you can enjoy your cup of coffee guilt free and a good balance of healthy fats, a little protein and without kicking yourself out of ketosis.

If you go with the first two coffee recipes, you may even notice an improvement in brain function and weight loss management with MCT Oil and Perfect Keto Nootropics

Never hesitate to reach out to me with any more questions and leave a comment below!

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