You take 1 cup of almond milk, take 2 TSP of coffee powder, you take 1 TSP whey Protein Powder, then to top it off 5 TSP of stevia powder and blend it up, for 1 min, then pour it into a glass and that’s it.
But where’s the fat?
Cold coffee is gross to me
You can take 1 cup warm almond milk, there is nothing against it in the recipe
I agree, actually though I never would put pure fat into my coffee
I use cream and egg yolk (or simply a whole egg) They are tasty.
But years ago I put only coconut milk (sometimes it had almonds too) into my coffee. I ate way, way too much fat without my coffee, the role was making my coffee drinkable. And coconut milk is quite fatty, at least mine. I don’t like it anymore but it was nice back then. Almond milk is nicer I guess. No idea about whey protein, I never had that.
But to me, the odd thing is the stevia powder (and especially its amount)… Isn’t that super extremely much? Even though I don’t know how strong that is… It must contain mostly not stevia as stevia itself is hundreds times more sweet than sugar (allegedly, our tastebuds may work differently).
I saw anime and other things with people who loved their coffee super sweet but wasn’t sure that it’s just some fun element or it really exists. Well I ate sugar cube soaked in coffee as a kid so I shouldn’t be surprised I guess. I forgot about that, it was decades ago and I came a long way…
Sounds like a really lovely treat!
Now you mention it yes. I didn’t even look at that part as sweetened coffee is vile to me so never factor them in to anything.
From the almond milk man
Nope, barely any fat in almond milk. Less fat than carbs.
Almond milk has very few almonds, and is largely water and fillers. Some use calcium as filler; others use oil. So it depends on the brand.
I love coffee smoothies as well especially in the summer. I make coffee icecubes just for this. I like adding a bit of cream and some cocoa as well. Loved the suggestion of the coffee powder … just had not occurred to me. DUH
By “coffee powder” do you mean instant coffee or literally beans ground into flour? Inquiring minds want to know.