HOW TO MAKE BULLETPROOF COFFEE

HOW TO MAKE BULLETPROOF COFFEE

HOW TO MAKE BULLETPROOF COFFEE

I think we’re all in the stage of needing a little lift — a kick start to the new year. ¬†Am I right? ¬†Well, I included Bulletproof Coffee on my list of the¬†top health and fitness trends for¬†Audrey Magazine¬†a couple of years ago — and¬†it’s still¬†my go-to ritual almost every morning.

This coffee hack gives me heightened (non-jittery) energy, mental clarity, reduced sugar cravings and a skip to my day. ¬†Getting in the bulletproof habit is a surefire way to start your morning and your days right! Let’s get on with it so you can start incorporating it into your day!


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INGREDIENTS

This is what you need!

  • 8-12 ounces of Dave Asprey’s Bulletproof (non moldy, non toxic) coffee (ideally made with a French press)
  • 1-3 tablespoons of grass-fed butter. (I love Kerrygold.)
  • 1-3 tablespoons of MCT oil
  • 1-3 drops of stevia (optional)
  • a dash of cinnamon (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon of organic raw cacao powder (optional)

    HOW TO MAKE BULLETPROOF COFFEE
    HOWTO MAKE BULLETPROOF COFFEE

DIRECTIONS

Throw it all in a Vitamix (or another high-speed blender) and blend your coffee on high until it’s frothy and delicious. ¬†Voila!

++  Sometimes I like to cool it in the fridge and ready it up for a cold glass of delicious iced coffee! Hope you enjoyed my guide on how to make this coffee!


HOW TO MAKE BULLETPROOF COFFEE
HOW TO MAKE BULLETPROOF COFFEE

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