HOMEMADE ICED KETO COFFEE RECIPE [That DOESN'T Get CLUMPY!!!]

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HOMEMADE ICED KETO COFFEE RECIPE [That DOESN’T Get CLUMPY!!!]

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It’s almost SUMMER!!! Which means that the heat is turning up and most likely you won’t want to be sipping on a hot coffee. Enter iced keto coffee!! The issue with making a typical keto coffee iced is that the butter and coconut oil will get clumpy as soon as you pour it over ice. Thankfully, there’s a super simple solution you can use to have an ultra refreshing keto coffee sipper.

PSSSST – If you follow a plant-based/vegan diet, stay until the VERY end so that you can get the deets on how to make this vegan!!

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  1. Where/how do you get coconut cream??? I absolutely love coconut and just get confused by all the different options out there (coconut butter, coconut oil, coconut cream, coconut milk – both in carton and in can) – which one is which?!?! (Also, that may be a really good video to do – an explanation of all the coconut options!)

  2. I also thought I did'nt like coffee until I had iced coffee and realized I just don't like hot coffee.. I make mine exactly the same as you do.. also I drink it all year around.. and more during the summer since I live in one of the hotest cities in the world (if not the hotest) Mexicali, Baja MEXICO.

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