Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe

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Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe

Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe

Wait-what?! Butter coffee? YES! Butter coffee!!! When Community® Coffee reached out to me to make a recipe, I immediately knew which recipe I wanted to make.

We’ve all heard the hype about butter coffee (aka Bulletproof coffee) and all of its benefits. But have you actually tried it yet? I drink butter coffee once a day. It helps me increase my fat intake on the Ketogenic diet that I am dedicated to. I’m down 3 sizes so far! Halleluja!  Butter coffee is a delicious way to increase your fat intake.  Keto dieters know this struggle all too well.

You don’t have to make a plain old butter coffee, you can spice it up with the seasons too! This morning there was a rare crisp, cool feeling in the air which immediately had me thinking about pumpkin season. Gosh, I love pumpkin lattes. I don’t want all the sugar, but I do love me some pumpkin!

The cooler weather inspired me to make my first pumpkin spiced butter coffee for breakfast this morning! It was creamy, smooth and delicious! Absolutely dreamy! I also took about 10 minutes out of my day to enjoy the weather on my back yard patio as I sipped this cup of Heaven too. Best morning ever!

Let me tell you how to make a pumpkin spiced butter coffee for yourself. I start with a good brand of coffee. Community® Coffee is my go to choice. In fact, I’m trying to remember how I got turned on to Community® Coffee. I’m not the person who frequents local coffee shops. I’ve been making my own coffee at home for ages. I remember tasting it at a business of some sort. Maybe it was a car dealership? I can’t remember but what I do remember is that I wanted that brand of coffee so I can make it at home! You know coffee is amazing when you are asking people what brand they are serving. This was a long time ago. I don’t even think those handy K-cups were even a thing yet. In fact, I’m sure they weren’t. I’m just so darned happy I can purchase this at my local grocery store because a really smooth spiced pumpkin butter coffee starts with a smooth blend of coffee!

Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe

In fact, I was able to snag this coupon that is redeemable at HEB: $3.00 off any TWO (2) Bags or K-Cup® Boxes of Community® Coffee

TIP:  They put a limit on coupons but you can print this coupon TWICE for extra savings!!!  Grab the coupon before it runs out!

It’s time to stock up on my favorite coffee!



Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe Ingredients

8oz Hot Community® Coffee (blend of your choice)
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon coconut oil (or MCT oil if you prefer)
Optional: 1 or 2 Stevia drops for added sweetness
Optional: Sprinkle of Cinnamon or Pumpkin Pie Spice

Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe

Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe

Pumpkin Spiced Butter Coffee Recipe Instructions

Add a tablespoon of butter, a tablespoon of coconut oil (or MCT oil), the sweetener, and the spices in a blender.

Now make a cup of your favorite hot coffee.

Add the hot cup of coffee in the blender. Make sure the lid is secure. Blend it on high for a few seconds until all the ingredients are fully combined. BEFORE you open the lid to the blender, be sure to allow the pressure to settle a bit. You don’t want to open it right away and have hot liquid splatter out all over the place or all over you! That could be painful! Mixing it with a spoon won’t work either. You must blend it.

Enjoy a delicious cup of smooth coffee that’s full of healthy fats.

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If you are interested in learning more about the Ketogenic way of eating I highly suggest you read this article:  Simple Way to Start the Ketogenic Diet

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  1. I know this is a little late to the discussion, but I make the same thing with tea. I actually use a good chair tea.

  2. Pictures show what looks like whipped cream, but the recipe doesn’t list it! Can it be added on the beef and butter fast?

  3. Thank you for this recipe, Jennifer! I can’t wait to give it a try tomorrow. I’m pretty new to the Keto diet (1 month in), so I love finding new recipes to try for more fat intake.

  4. For those who are not coffee drinkers maybe a cinnamon/canela tea could be made the same way. You would just boil some water with cinnamon sticks and then make the same way. Your house would smell great and it’s perfect for fall and winter.

    1. The butter does seem to harden when I’ve tried to make iced butter coffee. BUT, here’s one way I’ve found around that, to prevent cold and clumpy butter: make the butter coffee hot and then freeze it in an ice cube tray. When you want an iced butter coffee, just pop a few into your high-speed blender with some liquid (cold coffee, coconut milk, etc.) and voila!

    1. For those that are not coffee drinkers, we’ve been suggesting bone broth with butter. I’m not certain how that would do with a flavored drink such as this though. A savory drink would be nice though…

      1. You can also use teas!! They are delicious with butter and mct oil!!! And you can use all kinds… you can even use matcha!!!

  5. I usually always have to add sweeteners to my morning cup of coffee but with this I really didn’t need it. I think you should use a very good butter for the best flavor. MY favorite is Lurpak but Kerry gold is great and if you have a Trader Joes near by they sell a very delicious French butter that is cultured. Hope that helps Heather : )

    1. MAKING homemade butter is your best bet. You can make it with grass fed organic heavy whipping cream. You can also infuse it with herbs or spices to be used in drinkings and cooking

    1. From what I gather from the Keto diet, sweeteners such as honey, agave, or sugars add carbs. The best thing to add would be liquid stevia if watching you’re carb intake!

      1. You could add some sugar free maple syrup but not if you are strict keto as i believe there are ingredients that some are not keen on.

        Also if you werent fond of coffee couldnt you use unsweetened cocoa powder and this would result in a yummy hot chocolate

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