This is a simple coffee recipe that I make a few of every morning Monica to start the day to keep her blood sugars stable. We use liquid stevia glycerite from iHerb for some sweetness. The cream provides some energy as fat alone with vitamins A, B2 and B3 and magnesium. The cream is not particularly nutrient dense overall, but it’s a simple way to do coffee without too many carbs that usually come with milk or sugar.
- 1 espesso shot
- 1 tbsp pouring cream
- Pour a coffee shot or brew coffee.
- Add cream and stevia.
- Add water & stir.
- Enjoy hot to start the day!
One serving provides 54 calories but has 1 g of protein, 6 g of fat, 1 g of net carbs and P:E = 0.1.
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