The nutritional benefits behind this seemingly odd drink include improved work performance. Use grass-fed butter, which is a heart-healthy superfood rich in antioxidants and body fat-burning vitamins.
If you make your own coffee at home, try adding it to your coffee grounds before brewing, or to your cold brew to really maximize the flavor.
Make your morning coffee exotic by adding this Middle Eastern spice to your cup, which also acts as a neutralizer for the effects of caffeine. Cardamom was also commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine to lift spirits, reduce pain, and induce a calm state of mind.
Scandanavian egg coffee is a made by mixing a whole raw egg into coffee grounds, then boiling it in water. It results in a separation of the coffee grounds and the water, free of sediment or cloudiness. Straining it results in an amber-colored coffee that is only mildly bitter and that still contains the essential oils from the coffee beans.
It’s the perfect substitute for cream and sugar, making your coffee that much sweeter and easier to drink.
A spoonful of coconut oil will help speed up your metabolism, boost your immune system, and leave you feeling more satisfied.
Add raw oatmeal into your hot cup of coffee until the oatmeal is cooked through. Add cinnamon, honey, or sugar for extra flavor and sweetness.
Bubbly iced coffee sounds weird but also somewhat appealing, right? This combination, popular in places like Sweden, is made by pouring cold brew or espresso over tonic water and ice.
Lemon or Lime
The peel will get rid of the bitter flavors of your coffee and enhance its sweetness. Another myth suggests that a lemon peel can.
The more caffeine the merrier. For the ultimate pick-me-up, pour some Coca-Cola into your iced coffee, making a drink that’s said to be similar to vanilla Coke. The mixture is sure to keep you awake throughout most of the day.
Pure vanilla extract is a great replacement for any artificial sweeteners. Just a few drops of the stuff will sweeten your brew and add additional flavor minus all the fake preservatives in traditional flavor syrups.
Sweetened Condensed Milk
Sweetened condensed milk added to your coffee will make it sweeter and creamier, requiring no extra sugar. A traditional drink in Vietnam, it’s super easy to make and way cheaper than any of the lattes at Starbucks you usually get.
Peanut butter will give your hot coffee a nutty, creamy taste and added protein to help make you feel fuller longer.