The Keto Crack Coffee – A Must Recipe For Coffee Lovers!

When I first researched the Keto Diet, the very first thing I googled was “Keto Coffee.” I needed to know if my coffee habit would benefit from this ketogenic diet!

My only indulgence is coffee. I really enjoy it, and I’m likely to be addicted to it. But I’m fine with that! It helps me get out of bed in the morning knowing that a warm coffee pot is waiting for me to add some milk and vanilla caramel coffee creamer.

The Keto Crack coffee is part of the well-known 2017 coffee diet that some people stumbled upon. However, this year’s diet exploded in popularity. The coffee itself is incredible and it will give you a lot of energy and willpower to get through the rest of the day.


Like most keto diets, keto coffee includes lots of “good fats” and no (or low) carbs. These good fats can come from heavy whipping cream (yum!), butter, coconut oil, and more.

Why is that IMPORTANT?

Most people will say you need to “start the right day.” When you wake up in the morning, your body is naturally in a fat burning state. So, to make the most of this and keep the fat burning going, we don’t want to start with empty carbs (like my old sugar – but – glorious – coffee), but rather take good fats to keep it going.

This tastes great, but more ingredients are needed. And the recipe also says it’s cold to serve, but I need my coffee hot most of the year, but luckily you can also make it warm!

Ingredients you’ll need to make the Keto crack coffee:

  • 2 tbsp of Whipping Cream
  • 1 cup of unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
  • 2-3 tbsp of  MTC Oil
  • 4-6 oz your coffee and 1 tablespoon of Organic Pure Vanilla Extract
  • 10-15 drops of Stevia Liquid Sweetener

What Makes Keto Crack Coffee So Amazing?

This coffee will give you the energy you need as it’s super caffeinated. It has a nice vanilla flavor yet, it’s not that strong. It’s full of healthy fats, which will keep you full. The combo of almond milk-whipping cream is the ultimate combination.

How to make the Keto Crack Coffee?

  • – Brew the Coffee and chill it.
  • – Gather all the ingredients together and add them to a glass or a coffee cup.

Mix everything with a coffee brother or a small whisk until well-combined. Note: floating to the top is normal for the MTC oil. You can top it with whipped cream (you can use whipped cream canned or make your own).

Recipe notes: caffeine per ounce is 54.2 mg. A coffee from Starbucks has 20.6 mg per ounce, while a typical coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts has 12.7 mg per ounce, which means this coffee is very strong. Drink responsibly, please!


While I love my flavored coffee creamer, if I’m out and about, I’ll also take my coffee with cream and sugar. BUT, all sugar substitutes are NOT the same and some have carbs. Okay, I know this one’s kind of no-brainer, but if you’re wondering what the Keto diet is like and you can’t do it, it’s here!

Always make sure it is carb-free for your heavy cream. Some heavy cream whipping brands contain a carb, and they simply don’t need it! (Great Value Brand from Walmart, Aldi Brand DOES NOT!

What’s best: try to replace your favorite sugar. For me, I like Swerve. Having coffee with full cream and a little of that doesn’t feel like a sacrifice at all.


  • Sugar substitute of choice
  • Heavy cream
  • Coffee


Put in the bottom of the coffee cup cream and sugar substitute. Add a little coffee. I know, peasy straightforward!

Tips: I love to froth the cream when you’re at home. It’s an extra step and it takes an extra minute or two, but it’s worth it for me to have that heavenly froth on top of my coffee and make it feel like a treat!

It can promote weight loss by suppressing your appetite due to the ingredients in keto coffee. Because the Keto coffee is dense in healthy fats, for longer periods of time it tends to make you feel fuller. Keto coffee works to make your body ketosis, breaking the fatty acids into ketone bodies.


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