Foamed Milk At Home

Want to make coffee-house style foamed milk at home? Fill a small mason jar with about 4 tablespoons of warm milk (whole works best), put on lid, and shake for 1 minute. Then remove the lid and microwave for 1 minute to stabilize the foam. Voila! You now have thick, foamed milk that is ready spoon onto your coffee. Use immediately.

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Bulletproof Coffee for Keto Fans

Are you into Keto or Paleo? Then you may want to try Bulletproof Coffee; using a blender, add 2 cups of hot black coffee, 2 Tbsp. of coconut oil, 1 Tbsp. unsalted butter (this MUST be unsalted, or the coffee will taste salty,) 1 raw egg, and a pinch of cinnamon. Blend on low until combined and a little foamy. Serve in a tall glass, or in two cups. Creamy and satisfying!

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Make Campfire Coffee

Whether you have a roaring campfire or a backyard firepit, making coffee camp-style is a fun change of pace. Put two teaspoons of your favorite LCCR ground coffee in a fireproof cooking pot and pour two cups of cold water over the grounds. Put the pot on a grate over the fire and bring the liquid to just boiling. As soon as it starts to boil, remove from heat immediately, and let it steep for about three minutes. Pour slowly into a cup, not disturbing the grounds that have settled to the bottom.

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Try Turmeric Coffee For Antioxidants

Want to switch it up? Looking for more antioxidants in your life? Try turmeric coffee, famous for its antioxidizing benefits. Pour a cup of your favorite LCCR blend, and add 1 tsp. Ceylon cinnamon, 1/2 tsp. turmeric, a dash of black pepper, ¼ cup of almond or oat milk, 1 tsp. of coconut oil, and sweeten to taste.

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Reuse. Recycle. Regrow?

Want to reduce your carbon footprint? Wondering if there’s a better use for your used grounds? Try adding them to the soil. Fresh coffee grounds are a good fertilizer for acid-loving plants like hydrangeas, azaleas, carrots, and blueberries. In fact, used coffee grounds are safe for any plant, they are good soil additives, and they attract plant-friendly earthworms. Ready to try it? Sprinkle used coffee grounds directly on the soil at the base of your plants, and then water the area to let the grounds settle into the soil. Or add used coffee grounds to a 5-gallon bucket of water...

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Iced Coffee with Coffee Pops

Did you make the coffee pops we recommended on this blog? Then it’s time to take your cold brew or iced coffee to the next level by adding a coffee pop instead of ice. Or try making coffee ice cubes to use in your favorite iced brew. Try WHOOPIE PIE POPS for extra POW.

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