Maybe the loud sound of a blender in the morning isn’t your thing or perhaps you don’t own a blender.
Well either way, I got you covered and will show you step by step how to make butter coffee without a blender.
Mind you, a blender will definitely speed the process and give you a more consistent mixture but you can also achieve the same results by using a frother or whisk.
Butter Coffee Without Blender Recipe
Making butter coffee at home is easy and you don’t need a blender. Using a frother or whisk is all you need.
One cup of coffee
1 tablespoon of unsalted butter or grass-fed ghee.
1 teaspoon of MCT oil.
For the equipment, you will need:
A blending cup or an empty glass jar.
A milk frother or a regular whisker.
(You can find deals on milk frothers here on Amazon if you don’t own one)
A coffee mug.
- Brewing your cup of coffee.
- Combine your 1 teaspoon of MCT oil and 1 tablespoon of unsalted butter in one tall cup
- Pour your coffee slowly into the tall cup.
- Grab your milk frother or whisker and submerge it to the bottom of your cup.
- Start moving it up and down periodically for 30 to 40 seconds until the ingredients are fully blended.
- Pour into your coffee mug and serve.
What Does Butter Do In Your Coffee
Adding butter to your coffee is said to provide a stream of energy to your body without a the side effects of a sugar crash. The concept is that is that the fat in the butter slows down digestion and the caffeine in the coffee is absorbed are a slower rate which provides you with longer-lasting energy.
What Kind Of Butter Do You Put In Coffee
Unsalted grass-fed cow butter. The Kerrygold brand is recommended. It’s high in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which helps burn fat, contains over 400 beneficial fatty acids, rich in vitamin k2 and is has a good amount of vitamins A, D & E.
The Benefits of Using Butter in Coffee
- Improves your skin and bones -The vitamins in grass-fed butter is good for your skin health. It also has calcium, which is essential for bone strength. Calcium also helps prevent diseases such as osteoporosis, a condition that makes bones weak and fragile.
- Speeds up metabolism – Butter is a good source of iodine, a nutrient that supports the health of your thyroid, which regulates your metabolism. Simply put: If you eat fat, you’ll lose fat.
- Keeps you feeling full longer -The good fat in butter makes you feel full and reduces craving for other foods.
Having one or two of these during the week might be a good thing. I can see how it can replace my breakfast and I in the past I’ve been known to add extra heavy cream to my coffee so now I can replace that with unsalted butter and get the benefits from that.
Adding butter to your coffee may sound weird at first but if you like the creamy and silky taste of dark roasted coffee then this is the icing on the cake and a must try.