Brazilian Coffee and Coconut Oil recipe
If you want a morning booster, try our Brazilian coffee and coconut oil recipe. It will wake you up for any belligerent task. Check it out!
It is a beautiful morning in Rio de Janeiro. The Copacabana Palace Hotel is full of stylish people.
An athletic gentleman, wearing an impeccable suit, enters the coffee shop and sits by the bar counter checking his cell phone.
“Hello, sir! Will you be having breakfast with us here at the bar?”
“And what would be your room number, sir?”
“Room 201, Baker Tower.”
“Alright then… 201… B a k e r T o we r… Bond… Mr. James Bond… Will you have our standard International Brazilian Coffee breakfast, Mr. Bond?”
“Yes, of course.”
“And what will you be drinking, sir? Coffee perhaps?”
“Oh, yes! Coffee and coconut oil, please. Blended, not stirred.”
“Would you care for our special Brazilian recipe, Mr. Bond?”
“Of, course. In Brazil, drink coffee as the Brazilians do.”
You can spray whipped cream over if you want.
- 2 cups hot Brazilian coffee
- 1-2 tablespoons coconut oil
- 1-2 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 1 pinch of cinnamon, to taste
- 1 tiny pinch of cloves, to taste (optional)
- Put coffee, coconut oil, and butter in a blender.
- Blend until butter and oil are melted and coffee is foamy.
- pinch cinnamon
- pinch cloves
My wife loves to prepare these recipes in the forenoon before going to the gym. It is a real hype that makes you alert all morning.
I use any commercial or gourmet coffee for it.
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2 thoughts on “Brazilian Coffee and Coconut Oil recipe”
Brazil coffee with coconut oil recipe sounds very tempting to give a try, I am not a coffee drinker but i will pass your recipe along to my family and friends who are big coffee drinkers.
What is Brazil coffee, how is this coffee different then any other coffee?
What does this Brazil coffee with coconut oil go well with, is it a breakfast coffee, lunch coffee or dinner cofee?
Besides being the best there is….? Would that seem kind of suspicious? haha 🙂
That recipe is usually used to boost your energy in the morning.
Thanks for stopping by for sharing your impressions.