This Keto latte or Fat Burning Coffee will help you reach your daily fat macro and burn fat while enjoying the most delicious dairy-free bulletproof coffee.
An easy low-carb keto recipe 100% Dairy-free, Paleo, Vegan, and Gluten-free.
A keto latte is a variant of the popular coffee latte. It’s a coffee drink made with espresso, healthy fat, and dairy-free steamed milk.
My keto latte is 100% dairy-free and uses only wholesome plant-based ingredients to help you burn fat while enjoying an easy-to-digest coffee drink.
While some dairy products are acceptable on a keto diet, they may be more difficult to digest, and this fat-burning coffee will be easy on your guts.
Bulletproof is a commercial brand that makes a special fat-loaded coffee. It’s so popular that it has become a synonym for coffee made to support your ketogenic diet.
So it’s like a regular coffee or latte, just made with additional fat. So you’ll find recipes made with MCT oil or sometimes coconut oil plus either butter or ghee.
Bulletproof coffees can be used while you are doing your intermittent fasting. Since fat doesn’t alter your blood sugar levels, bulletproof coffees won’t break your fast!
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You need very few ingredients. I am listing below any substitution you can make to create different keto bulletproof lattes to your taste or ingredients availability.
Espresso coffee. I used my Nespresso coffee machine, served 1 long espresso to reach 1/4 cup of espresso coffee. I recommend you have a blend of Nespresso coffee capsules at home.
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Choose a coffee capsule intensity that matches the time of day. If you drink your keto latte in the morning, I recommend the maximum coffee strength – capsule from 9 to 12 capsule.
For afternoon coffee drinkers, a level 6 or less will be better to avoid caffeine impact on your night sleep. If you don’t have a coffee machine, you can use fresh brewed coffee too.
You can’t use flavored syrup on a keto diet as they contain a huge amount of sugar. I don’t recommend artificial sweeteners either, as they can kick you out of ketosis.
The trick to creating a quick caramel latte, vanilla latte, or keto cappuccino is to use flavored Nespresso capsule or flavored stevia drops like caramel or vanilla.
This keto latte is a fat-burning coffee recipe as it contains 52% of fat to help you fuel your body with the necessary amount of fat to reach ketosis.
Ketosis is the natural state your body enters on a keto diet to start burning fat as the first source of energy.
You absolutely need a blender, any kind of blender that will pulse the espresso with oils at high speed. It’s this process that will create a delicious bulletproof coffee, the base of the keto latte.
If you don’t have a blender, you will end up with 2 layers, one with the coffee and one with the oil. It won’t get creamy, and it wouldn’t taste good.
I use a KitchenAid professional blender, but a simple NutriBullet would work just as well.
A milk frother is great to foam almond milk. It’s highly recommended to make a creamy-smooth latte using Almond Breeze Unsweetened Almond milk.
Keep in mind this is the only brand that froths so well! It creates the best milk foam. You won’t regret it!
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