Creamy ‘Titanium’ coffee – eggs and all [Paleo, Dairy free]

Dairy free, paleo creamy coffee that is not bulletproof, but TITANIUM!

    Ok, so I was a bit grossed out when I first heard about this. Well, maybe totally grossed out is more like it. I mean, helllloooooo, an egg in my coffee??? Really!? However, in the spirit of trying new things and expanding my horizons, I gave it a go. Whoa!!! What a find!! This coffee has changed my life! It is smooth, creamy, delicious, fills you up and sustains you for hours… And gives you energy ! Sounds too good to be true? It’s a variation of the famous bulletproof coffee … I have spent months trying to figure out an appropriate name and have decided to call it a ‘titanium coffee’ 😉 

The essential ingredients are the coffee, egg, and coconut oil. Start with 1-2 teaspoons of coconut oil and increase the amount as you get accustomed to it. The ghee is also entirely optional, or you could use grass fed butter. I use vanilla extract or powder because this makes the coffee smell amazing and psychologically, helps with the fact that there’s an egg in my coffee! 

Recipe for TITANIUM coffee

What you need

3/4 cup hot black coffee

1-4 tspns coconut oil (start with one and increase as you get used to it)

1/2 tspn ghee (optional)

1 egg (yes, keep going!)

Few drops vanilla extract 

Cinnamon/raw cacao powder to sprinkle on top

What you need to do

This is a tough one… 

1. BLEND! That’s it! Just make your black coffee, dump everything in a blender, and turn it on! 

  

Don’t take my word for it…. Try it. Once. You can be the judge of it. Now it may not be for everyone, but it sure is worth a try. Enjoy! 

 

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13 thoughts on “Creamy ‘Titanium’ coffee – eggs and all [Paleo, Dairy free]

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    • Didn’t see the first part of your question (sorry!)… No, it doesn’t taste eggy. The vanilla helps as well as the sprinkle of cinnamon (or cacao powder) on top – I think it’s more the discomfort psychologically that you’re adding an egg to your coffee than anything else 😀 That was my problem when I first made this! I use medium/large free range eggs, I find those to be the best size. Hope that helps!

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  2. I tried it!!! YUM! As most people I was skeptical about the egg. I think if the coffee is hot enough and during blending the egg is cooked, you won’t taste or smell the egg. I skipped the ghee, because I don’t have it.

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    • Yay! Yes, I boil water, and make it immediately so my coffee is always steaming, even if I use a cold egg from the fridge. The vanilla and sprinkle of cinnamon/cacao helps too 😉 I also leave the ghee out sometimes – still great! Enjoy 🙂

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  3. Hi. i have a quick question… which coconut oil do you use? i have the one from dischem but its not odourless. Its organic coconut oil. thanks

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    • Hi, I use the Wellness Warehouse organic, extra virgin, cold pressed coconut oil. Or Crede (also extra virgin). Odourless isn’t particularly good as it is processed. I love the smell of coconut oil and makes the coffee that much more delicious! 😉

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  4. Hi

    So I finally tried the coffee…yum.
    But it gives me the runs every time. Have you had this complaint before? And do you know what might be causing it

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