Sometimes we want a little more than just plain black coffee, but those mochas, lattes and frappuccinos usually are more fattening and high in sugar. This doesn’t mean you can’t still make your black coffee more flavorful. You can still enjoy sweet coffee while sticking to your health plan.
Give these healthy coffee recipes a try:
Cinnamon adds just as much sweetness to coffee as sugar does, but unlike sugar, it is healthy for you! Cinnamon is a nutritional spice high in calcium, fiber and iron. It tastes delicious with a hot cup of jo. Try this cinnamon coffee recipe.
2. Café Mocha Protein Smoothie
Mix up caffeine and protein in an energizing, nutritional breakfast smoothie. This recipe offers more nutritional benefits than a regular cup of java with sugar. It is sure to keep you energized longer. Plus, it’s a refreshing drink to enjoy in the morning.
3. Homemade Iced Coffee Frappe
Here’s a great recipe for spring or summer. Frappucinos from Starbucks and McDonald’s are hard to resist, but it’s much better to make a healthier homemade frappe with organic ingredients. It will taste just as good, too!
4. Homemade Peppermint Mocha
This peppermint mocha recipe is made with antioxidant rich coca powder, coconut oil and butter. Yes, butter! The oil and butter contains healthy fats to help keep you energized all day long.
It’s best to drink coffee in moderation. If regular coffee is getting old, give these healthy recipes a try for a fresh, new taste. Enjoy your morning coffee!