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Keto Bulletproof Coffee

by anjali

“Bulletproof” Coffee? Did I hear it right? Well, if you have in some tiny way connected to the Ketogenic Diet fraternity, I’m sure would have heard people swear by the Keto Bulletproof Coffee. If you haven’t, the name may either scare you or make you think of how weird people can get!

Keto Bulletproof Coffee

Don’t worry, there is no gun powder or any such weird ingredient out there. In fact, the Keto Bulletproof Coffee is one of the sure shot ways to kickstart your brain and get into high octane mode early in the morning. The term “Bulletproof Coffee” was coined  by an entrepreneur and food enthusiast Dave Asprey.  

BPC (Bulletproof Coffee) as it is most fondly known in the fraternity today, is an excellent breakfast or accompaniment that complements the Low Carbohydrate High Fat (LCHF) regime promoted by Keto diet. It is as healthy as the coffees can be because it contains natural saturated fats (from butter & Coconut oil) that helps the brain in getting the right amount of nutrition, keeps hunger pangs at bay and prevents brain fog – a symptom we all suffer from due to heavy carb loaded food that inhibits clarity of thought & active functioning of the brain.

This concept of having butter in coffee is not new. In fact, it originated in 6th Century Ethiopia where they added Ghee in their coffee (yes you heard right, Ghee), but it gained popularity from the Himalayan region of Tibet, where people added Yak butter to their coffees or tea to manage themselves in nearly -10 degrees Celsius.

As far as taste goes, I was extremely apprehensive at first, but surprisingly, it tastes just like regular coffee. I fact, I will go a step further and say it tastes better than normal coffee, without the after taste of milk or sugar. I’m now addicted to it and just 1 cup a day is more than enough!

Bulletproof Coffee

Butter and Coconut Oil with Coffee

 

The Keto Bulletproof coffee is a great way to get started onto the Keto diet journey for those who are not use to consuming too much fats. Here’s a quick glance at some of your benefits you may experience with this rich brew:

  1. Coffee: When consumed in moderate doses without the sugar, coffee has many benefits. It is known to contain antioxidants and aids fat burning.
  2. Butter: Preferably grass-fed butter or butter got from cows that are allowed to free-graze in its natural habitat, contains powerful antioxidants, including beta carotene, as well as higher amounts of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.
  3. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is a healthy fat and contains MCT (Medium Chain Triglycerides). This may increase heart-protective HDL (good) cholesterol and reduce inflammation and the MCTs are easily converted to ketones – the fuel that our body runs on in the Ketogenic diet.
  4. Less Hunger: This calorie rich brew keeps hunger at bay and, in many instances, can be a substitute for breakfast.

Without much ado, lets go look at the recipe for Keto Bulletproof Coffee. To make the Keto Bulletproof Coffee, you will need a hand blender or even a regular mixie with a tall jar will do. The fats need to be emulsified to get a creamy concoction, which is not possible just with stirring.

Keto Bulletproof Coffee
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Keto Bulletproof Coffee

The Keto Bulletproof coffee is a great way to get started onto the Keto diet journey for those who are not use to consuming too much fats.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American, Indian
Keyword: Breakfast Drink, Coffee, Fat Drink, Keto
Servings: 1 Servings

Nutrition

Serving: 1Serve | Calories: 243kcal | Fat: 27g

Equipment

  • Hand Blender or Mixie Jar

Ingredients

  • 30 ml Fresh Coffee Decoction  (or) Instant Coffee Powder – 1 tbsp
  • 20 g Unsalted Butter preferably grass-fed variety
  • 10 ml Coconut Oil Cold pressed
  • 1-2 drops Stevia optional
  • 150 ml Hot Water

Instructions

  • Bring water to a boil.
  • In a tall mixie jar, put together the butter, coconut oil and coffee decoction/powder.
  • Pour a small amount of hot water in the jar to melt the butter & close the lid tightly. Add Stevia here if required.
  • Pulse this in small bursts until you see a creamy liquid.
  • Pour in a mug & add in the remaining hot water.
  • If you want some cream, you can whisk it and pour it on top. This is optional
  • Serve hot.
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