Supercharged Bulletproof Coffee

by | Apr 22, 2016 | 15 comments

The benefits of a Bulletproof coffee with an added nutrient boost of gelatin.

Yields1 Serving
 3 tbsp water
 1 Changing Habits Gelatin (bloomed in 3 Tbsp filtered water)
 3/4 cup organic black coffee
 1 tsp MCT oil (optional)
 1/2 Tbsp butter or ghee
Thermomix Method
1

Add the gelatin and 3 Tbsp of filtered water and mix together in a glass, set aside to ‘bloom’ and thicken for at least 10 minutes

2

Add all ingredients to a thermomix and heat to 70C or 80C on speed 2.

3

When heated, blitz on Speed 10 for 1 minute.

4

It should be really creamy and frothy, pour into a mug and enjoy!

5

Sprinkle with Changing Habits Cinnamon and/ or vanilla powder.

Normal Method
6

Add the gelatin and 3 Tbsp of filtered water and mix together in a glass, set aside to ‘bloom’ and thicken for at least 10 minutes

7

Pour the mixture into a blender with other ingredients and blitz for 30 seconds until creamy and frothy.

8

Pour into a mug and enjoy!

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Ingredients

 3 tbsp water
 1 Changing Habits Gelatin (bloomed in 3 Tbsp filtered water)
 3/4 cup organic black coffee
 1 tsp MCT oil (optional)
 1/2 Tbsp butter or ghee

Directions

Thermomix Method
1

Add the gelatin and 3 Tbsp of filtered water and mix together in a glass, set aside to ‘bloom’ and thicken for at least 10 minutes

2

Add all ingredients to a thermomix and heat to 70C or 80C on speed 2.

3

When heated, blitz on Speed 10 for 1 minute.

4

It should be really creamy and frothy, pour into a mug and enjoy!

5

Sprinkle with Changing Habits Cinnamon and/ or vanilla powder.

Normal Method
6

Add the gelatin and 3 Tbsp of filtered water and mix together in a glass, set aside to ‘bloom’ and thicken for at least 10 minutes

7

Pour the mixture into a blender with other ingredients and blitz for 30 seconds until creamy and frothy.

8

Pour into a mug and enjoy!

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15 Comments

  1. Holly

    Just made this without the gelatin. It was delish ?

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  2. Joy

    Just made the recipe with Gelatin. Thought it sounded a little odd but this is delicious. Tastes like a luscious & indulgent morning coffee. Health benefits too. Well worth a try.

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  3. Wendy

    Just made this coffee using my coffee machine, frothed the mixture like it was milk yummy ? with bloomed gelatine

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  4. Jo Hall

    Would this work with Almond milk and chocolate or cacoa?

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    • Jordan Pie

      Hi Jo, yes you could add almond milk in as well as some cacao powder to taste if you wanted to create a ‘mocha’ flavour 🙂

      Reply
  5. Cheryl

    Something I learned is that the blender has to be glass. Hot liquid makes cracks in the plastic and will leak after that

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  6. Vikki

    Too weird! Why would I want to have gelatin, made from pork bones, in my coffee?? YUK.

    Reply
    • Sheridan Austin

      Hi Vikki,
      I completely understand your thoughts, however, we have just tried to create a spin on the original Bulletproof coffee by Dave Asprey and add gelatin for gut health healing/ soothing purposes + it makes it super creamy when blended.

      Reply
  7. Kathleen Hughes

    I don’t drink coffee but I made this for my husband to try. He loves his coffees. He was very reluctant but actually really liked the coconut flavour it added to the coffee.

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  8. mark Carter

    What is the ideal temp for the water to be when you bloom gelatin?. How long does it take and how do you know when the bloom process is finished?

    Reply
    • Jordan Pie

      Hi Mark, just normal filtered water straight from the tap works best. And you’ll see it will only take 30seconds – 1 min for the gelatin to absorb the water (this is why its called ‘blooming’).

      Reply
  9. Elizabeth

    Hi Jordan, when is the bullet proof coffee allowed on the 4 phase protocol

    Reply
    • Jordan Pie

      Hi Elizabeth, you can try it once you have introduced butter/ ghee and coconut oil successfully 🙂

      Reply
  10. Tricia

    I ended up here after looking to see if Cyndi has any thoughts on how MCT oil is made, because I am considering adding it to my coffee. I’m finding it difficult to find out how it’s processed. Has she written or spoken about it? Would love to know her thoughts. Hadn’t thought to try gelatine! Will give it a go. Thanks

    Reply
    • kerry@changinghabits.com.au

      Hi Tricia! Thanks for getting in touch. You might find this blog useful: https://draxe.com/nutrition/mct-oil/ Yes, gelatin in a Bulletproof Coffee is wonderful! Enjoy 🙂

      Reply

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