Whether you like it hot, iced, black, white, sweet, strong, or decaffeinated, coffee has been a popular component to many of our morning rituals for decades.
As someone who less than two years ago, enjoyed a milky coffee, adopting a vegan lifestyle proved to make my usual coffee order a little different and for months, I happily ordered a double shot-long black. Still craving that heart-warming, creamy coffee in the cooler, winter months, I recently decided to take myself to breakfast at one of my favourite local cafes, I noticed they had a colourful selection of dairy-free milk alternatives. Being a fan of all things coconut, when I saw coconut milk on the coffee menu, I jumped right at the opportunity to indulge in a strong, flat white with coconut milk and all I can say is, life-changing.
Coconut Coffee Recipe with Hair Loss Treatments Brisbane:
- Coconut milk creates a milky, creamy coffee
- Dairy free milk alternative
- Good for lactose free, vegetarians and vegan
- Packed with nutrients
- Create a coffee that is good for you
Coconut milk, derived from the flesh of a mature (brown) coconut, has many benefits topically and orally. High in fibre and loaded with vitamins, essential minerals, and healthy fats, coconut milk is a perfect alternative for vegans, people with a lactose intolerance, or anyone who is just looking to cut down on their dairy intake. Coconut milk also had a lower fat, sugar and calorie count and more added calcium than cow’s milk.
With my new found addiction in place, I decided to try a replicate the coconut coffee at home. I chose to use a BPA-free, canned, organic coconut milk, which I found in the international aisle at my local supermarket. I found this was a perfect consistency to replace cow’s milk when preparing an instant coffee and didn’t have an overly empowering fatty, coconut flavour either while still maintaining a beautiful, creamy taste. One can makes between 3-5 coffees, I would suggest decanting the contents of the can into a BPA-free bottle and refrigerate.
However you like to prepare your coffee, it is easy to ditch the dairy without compromising flavours and textures. Just give it a good shake, add to your warm drink, like you would with cow’s milk and enjoy!
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