June 2, 2018 By Leanne Vogel July 18, 2018
A deliciously fatty decaf coffee, chilled and blended with MCT oil powder, supercharged with Chaga Mushroom Elixir to support your immune system and help you tackle the day ahead!
Mushroom elixirs are all the rage lately, and for good reason: from energy and stamina, to concentration and memory, relaxation, daily wellness, immune support, and beyond — there’s a mushroom elixir for everything!
In today’s recipe, I’m using the Four Sigmatic Chaga Mushroom Elixir, but you can use any elixir that you want! If you’re curious which elixir does what, here’s a run down:
Now, there are so so many ways that you can incorporate elixirs, from adding to fatty coffees, mixing into your keto breakfast pudding, keto milkshakes, and more. They have a mild taste and are almost undetectable in these recipes, so anything goes.
The easiest if you ask me? Adding to coffee… because who doesn’t love a cup a joe sometime throughout the day?
I didn’t use just any coffee for the recipe, but opted for Four Sigmatic Decaf Mushroom Coffee, a blend of swiss water decaf and relaxing reishi mushrooms to provide the taste of caffeine, but without the stimulating effects.
OK, let’s get to this recipe! I made this on my kitchen table… enjoy!
And of course, it wouldn’t be a fatty coffee without a generous helping of fat — I used MCT oil powder because it’s my favorite.
This recipe will fulfill the hankering for coffee, get your brain moving with a good dose of fat, and keep you satiated so you can go forth and be awesome.
Ready to make your own? Let’s get to the recipe…
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.