How can I mix coconut oil into coffee without a blender?

How can I mix coconut oil into coffee without a blender?

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  1. Just get it going really fast. It will eventually separate but you will just have coconut oil on your lips. There are some little stick blenders you can get, immersion blenders. That might work.

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  2. A2A. Is this really a question? Man, I must be getting old. Here is one method.
    Add an equal volume of wheat flour to your coconut oil in a saucepan and heat over a medium low fire until a roux is formed. Cook the roux whisking gently and continuously for about 2 minutes. Slowly add the coffee to the roux mixture and continue cooking gently until thickened and there is no taste of raw flour. Add more coffee if needed to attain desired consistency. Enjoy the coffee soup/sauce/beverage.

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  3. Put the coconut oil in a cup first then slowly pour coffee over the oil and let it sit there before adding the rest of you’re coffee. The hot coffee will melt the oil and then just mix the coffee and the oil.
    I make my coffee there an espresso machine. The one that you put on top of a stove. I add coconut oil on the top so when the coffee comes out, it melts the oil. I use cold pressed coconut oil. I’m drinking my coffee as I’m typing this.:) yummy

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  4. I just pour my coffee over the coconut oil and either just stir if it were in a cup or shake it if it were in my travel mug. Or just eat a tablespoon of it and skip putting in your coffee all togeather

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  5. I haven’t actually tried this, but adding an emulsifier, such as a small amount of lecithin, should get the oil to mix with the water. Let us know how you get on.

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  6. Stir it so much that it´s ridiculous. With a whisk. Or you could make big batches, and heat it up in the morning. The coconut oil would probably just solidify by then, though. Or you could just use coconut milk, instead.

    Victor Allen’s

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  7. How much coconut oil are you trying to put in?

    How can I mix coconut oil into coffee without a blender?

    And at what temperature?
    I make my own generic version of bp (bullet proof ) coffee without blending. I use two teaspoons of coconut oil and one heaping teaspoon of ghee, which is a clarified type of organic butter, in 10 oz of fresh brewed coffee. I use more coconut oil than ghee because it is a lot cheaper and I like the taste. Experiment and see what works best for you.
    I keep both the ghee and the coconut oil at room temperature in the kitchen near the stove. I like to keep the coconut oil in a small surp pitcher (This makes it easy to add to other dishes such as oatmeal or a salad). Since coconut oil solidifies at around 75 degrees, if it is not totally liquid when I look into the pitcher, I’ll zap it in the microwave for a few seconds to be sure it’s pretty warm, both to help it blend and to keep the coffee hot.
    Then I just stir it in. The ghee will float a little at first and a little oil will remain at the bottom of the cup after you’ve finished.
    If you’re trying to drink your coffee fast and get on the road use a metal spoon to cool the coffee a little. If you have time for a leisurely coffee microwave the oil a little longer and use a plastic spoon after wards to stir in the ghee.
    I like the buttery taste and texture of the ghee and oil blend. At a tablespoon each, more than I usually use, the calorie count totals only about 200. Much lower and much healthier than Starbuck’s popular sugar loaded speciality drinks.
    I often use it as a breakfast replacement first thing in the morning. The theory is that by not having any starches or sugars you start your day with your blood sugar, insulin, and leptin levels all at an idea level to prime your body to use it’s powerful fat stores for fuel. I’m on a low carb/high fat diet and my morning workout or work sessions go wonderfully powered on fat instead of carbs.
    It you add in a Danish or two slices of toast and jelly, the fast burn carbs will put way too much sugar => insulin (the fat storage hormone) into your blood stream and your body can’t access your long term slow-burn fat stores.

    How can I mix coconut oil into coffee without a blender?

    I’ve done fifty mile bike rides, maybe a 2,700 calorie workout on nothing more than the above coffee, a regular coffee shop coffee and a banana for break at the far end of the ride, and a LOT of water.
    The mental clarity is also fantastic.

    How can I mix coconut oil into coffee without a blender?

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