Keto Fall Iced Coffee

There are certain things I can handle not having on Keto.  For instance, I gave up ketchup which took me a long time to get used to.  I used to put ketchup on practically on all my meat and eggs but I realized it was not worth having the sugar and calories so I stopped cold turkey.  Now I do not miss it a bit. One thing I cannot stop cold turkey is my iced coffee. I have tried but I am addicted!  How can I have it though and stick with Keto and have it still taste yummy?  After trying several different ways to make it I finally found a way that does not leave an aftertaste and I do not have to drink it straight black which I tried – gross!   Not only is it my favorite way to drink coffee but its festive for this time of the year! With flavors such as apple, cinnamon or pumpkin! 

 

We have a Kureg coffee maker but I stopped using it a few years ago when the water collection area got yucky.  I know I can rinse vinegar through it but it creeps me out that maybe I cannot get the vinegar out and my coffee will taste like vinegar. No thank you! So one day my husband brought home a coffee maker. Honestly, I thought he was crazy.  I felt like I was stepping back in time.  Thankfully he bought it because it is my favorite kitchen appliance in our home! I can make a pot of coffee which will last me for a few days! 

 

So how do I make this yummy Keto Fall festive iced coffee? It’s super easy! 

8 scoops of coffee (I use decaf because I am still nursing my baby)

10 cups of water

1 tbsp of ONE of the following spices: Pumpkin Spice, Apple Pie Spice or Cinnamon

1 tsp Monk Fruit Sugar

2 tbsp half and half

 

I followed the directions for my coffee maker. Since I wanted a whole pot of coffee I used 8 scoops of coffee and 10 cups of water.  Before I started the coffee I added a tsp. of one of the spices to the coffee grounds.  When the coffee was done I allowed the coffee to cool.  For my coffee, I use 1 tbsp of Monk Fruit Sugar which is totally Keto compliant.  So I put my 1 tbsp of Monk Fruit Sugar in my glass, then my coffee and 2 tbsp of half and half.  Finally, I add several ice cubes to it.  Gave it a good stir and voila! Easy, huh?

 

When Christmas comes around I will experiment with new spices and try to make winter/Christmas flavors!  This recipe is so good!  What can you not give up on Keto?  How do you like your coffee?

 

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Comments

  1. That sounds absolutely amazing! It’s like fall in a glass!

  2. This sounds delish! What a great keto treat! My biggest struggle was finding a good BBQ sauce on keto!

  3. This is a great idea. I love coffee in the morning too – with loads of flavored creamer! I can’t eat any dairy though, so I made my own pumpkin spice mix from a raosted pumpkin – it’s so good!!

  4. Mmm, I love fall-inspired flavors for everything!! That’s great this works for the ketogenic diet too!

  5. Ah… the perfect fall drink. Sounds delicious, thanks for the great recipe! I’m excited to try it.

  6. Sounds really good. I love a great drink like this during fall. Would love to give your recipe a try too.

  7. This looks really good. I miss delicious coffee too sometimes. Ketchup is just tragic!

  8. I love that you put together a coffee drink that you can enjoy and still follow your keto plan. It definitely sounds like a great recipe and I am looking forward to what you come up with for your winter flavors!

  9. I’m not doing KETO but this still looks and sounds amazing! I could probably drink this one all of the time.

  10. I have never used monk fruit for sweetening, but this looks delicious. I’d love to try it.

  11. This is calling my name! Looks SO good!

  12. Cathy Mini says:

    Looks like a nice one for this fall season. I want to make this Keto iced coffee!

  13. I’ve been trying to do the keto diet so I’m excited to find your coffee recipe! Thanks so much for sharing!

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