How To Make Coconut Flavored Coffee?

Millions of people around the world depend on a cup of coffee in the morning to start their day.

Not only is coffee a great source of caffeine that provides a convenient energy boost, but it also has plenty of antioxidants and beneficial nutrients.

 Coconut Flavored Coffee

Coconut water is full of electrolytes, which makes it one of the most hydrating drinks. So, imagine getting a double dose of soda in a glass. Before you dismiss it as another fusion hack created by food enthusiasts, give it a try first.

Coconut Milk Benefits; Heart health

Coconut milk is high in fat and has been found to increase levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol or good cholesterol. It is important to note that it does not increase bad cholesterol either.

Considering that previous research has mixed reviews on certain fats that affect cholesterol, adding coconut milk to your coffee is a great way to reap the benefits. This is done without going overboard with the potentially harmful fats that are also found in coconut milk. Still, the research used to not support the benefits of Coconut Flavored Coffee as much, but more and more positive studies show this benefit to be true.

Boosts the immune system

Coconut milk contains lauric acid, which is converted to monolaurin once it is in the body. This is a super composite in the way it destroys disease-causing organisms. This includes everyday viruses, but research is also investigating how lauric acids interact with cancer cells.

It helps you lose weight

The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut milk are more likely to be sent to the liver to be used for energy. Instead, this is stored as fat, according to Healthline. The body more easily metabolizes the saturated fat in coconut milk. There is also research to support that coconut milk reduces appetite. It is not a guaranteed way to change the way your body interacts with the food you eat.

Coconut Flavored Coffee recipe:

Ingredients

There is no general rule of thumb for the amount of coconut water and coffee to use. You can choose the quantity of both according to your taste. But, if you want to play safe the first time, stick with a 1: 4 ratio of coffee to coconut water. So, to make 5 glasses of cold coconut coffee, take:

1 cup of ground coffee

4 cups of coconut water

Half a cup of coconut milk (optional)

5 teaspoons sugar / honey / maple syrup (optional)

 

Method:

 

  1. If you have whole coffee beans, coarsely grind them to make 1 cup of coffee powder.
  1. Pour the coffee powder into a large jar; pour all the coconut water over it. Stir well. Leave the jar in the refrigerator for the coffee to steep overnight.
  2. In the morning, sift the drink through a strainer or muslin cloth to strain the grind. Add coconut milk or your sweetener of choice, or skip these steps and enjoy a great Coconut Flavored Coffee.

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