Butter and oil in your coffee? Oh yes!

Nutritional values per serving: Kcal: 260 • Protein: 1.6 g • Fat: 28 g • Carbs: 1.5 g

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    2 minutes
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  • Coffee, brewed (Unsweetened), 1 cup (248 g)
  • Butter, No Salt, 2 tablespoon (28 g)
  • Coconut Oil, 1 tbsp (13 g)
  • Stevia, to taste


  1. Drop the butter and coconut oil in the hot coffee.
  2. Add stevia (optional) to taste.

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      • Hi, Gogoasa, and welcome! Use of honey comes down to the type used – raw is the best – and amount used, compared to how much fat is in the recipe. A keto-supportive food has as much or more fat than the amount of carbohydrates+protein combined. So if you use just a teaspoon of honey in a full cup of light cream, it would be fine.
        Can you tell me a little more about your smoothie?

    1. Hi, Alicia7669. You can use whatever recipe you wish for your meals, as long as they are from the same keto category – main meals or snacks. You will note that the nutritional values for each are quite different (around 500-700 for meals vs. 200-300 for snacks).

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