How to Make Butter Coffee Without a Blender

July 24, 2017 3 min read

How to Make Butter Coffee Without a Blender

A Step-By-Step Guide to Making Butter Coffee Without a Blender:

We all love that delicious, frothy cup of energizing Butter Coffee in the morning. It wakes us up. It makes us feel good inside. It makes us hate Monday's a little less.

For some people, Butter Coffee was an instant hit. You were immediately hooked on the endless energy, the lack of cravings, and the feeling of fueling your body with nutritious, healthy fat. For others, it has slowly crept it's way into your heart . At first you said "Butter...in coffee??

What!", and now you feel like you couldn't live a day without it. Whether you were an instant fan or a slow converter, you still know one thing, Butter Coffee can be a lengthy, and often messy task!

First you brew the coffee, then you measure out the ingredients, then you get out the blender. Then you turn on your industrial strength, 16,000 RPM blender only to find that your previously sound asleep children are now awake and screaming; ultimately resulting in the need to repeat the process to make another 12 oz of extra strength, high powered coffee to deal with the now awake and screaming children. Its a mess. Stop it!

ENTER A SOLUTION:

You don't like screaming children. Neither do we. Put away your high powered blender and follow our suggested steps.

Step 1: Brew your favorite coffee. We suggest Koffee Kult Medium Roast. You can find it here, available on Amazon Prime for $18.99 (1lb ground). Any light or medium roast will do. We suggest this because dark roast can mask a lot of the great flavors. 

 

Step 2. Combine all ingredients in one cup. We suggest using all or a combination of the following ingredients: 

- Grass fed Butter or Grass fed Ghee

- Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

- MCT Oil (for energy)

- Flavoring (Vanilla, Cinnamon, or any combination)

- Sweetner such as Stevia or Xylitol

How to make butter coffee without a blender step 2

 

Step 2.5: (Optional) Order Omega PowerCreamer and don't waste time measuring out the ingredients of your Butter Coffee. Omega PowerCreamer contains Grassfed Organic Ghee, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, and MCT Oil and Sunflower Lecithin (to keep the oil and coffee from separating). PowerCreamer comes in 4 great flavors: Original, Sweet Vanilla (with stevia), Cacao, and Cinnamon (with stevia).

It's simple, squeeze bottle design lets you easily measure out how much you want to add to your cup of coffee. We suggest adding 1 tablespoon per 6-8 oz of coffee. You can also purchase the PowerCreamer here.

Step 3. Use a Milk Frother or a Hydro Flask Canteen to blend or shake.  The milk frother is a super simple and mess free way to get that frothy top to your Butter Coffee without a blender. Just combine the ingredients and turn on the frother and submerge it into the coffee with an upward facing tilt. You can find the best milk frother for butter coffee here.

How to make butter coffee without a blender step 3

The whisk will whip the ingredients and blend it into the coffee. For an even better blend, pour your coffee directly into a vacuum sealed Klean Kanteen or Hydro Flask like the one shown below. Add the PowerCreamer or ingredients into the flask and seal the lid tightly. Shake vigorously to blend the coffee and PowerCreamer together to create a delicious Butter Coffee. (Caution: be careful when opening the lid, excess pressure can cause hot liquid or pressurized air to shoot out). 

      the best milk frother for butter coffee                       

Butter Coffee doesn't have to be a hassle. Just follow these simple tips.

You can find more Butter coffee, Keto coffee, and Paleo coffee recipes here on our Butter Coffee recipe blog.

The PowerCreamer Team

 



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