Salted Maple Power Coffee.
We have reached hot-coffee weather status here.
And while I will ALWAYS forever be an iced coffee person, I do make an exception for my favorite power coffee!
Especially in the afternoon. Always in the afternoon.
Remember last winter when I made the coconut chai power coffee? I looooove that stuff.
Even if I keep typing “powder” every time I type “power.” A slip of the finger would not be good for power coffee.
This is… SALTED MAPLE. Salted freaking maple people!
Maple and I are turning a corner. I mean, it started last year. But I’ve never been into maple anything – I barely even liked syrup on pancakes as kid.
Let’s be real though: this was probably born my from crazy obsession with that salted cream cold brew at Starbucks this summer. That stuff is addictive.
I add collagen too. I use this one. It’s basically just a part of my routine. It dissolves completely in hot liquid. Can’t even tell it is there.
Ever since I started putting collagen in my coffee a few years ago, I almost can’t go without it. Well, yes I can, but I prefer not to. Making the power coffee or adding the collagen gives it more lasting power for me. It doesn’t ever make me feel jittery and I rarely feel any sort of crash. I’m also only drinking one cup even though I want to have 64 cups. Every dang day.
I’ve only been drinking one cup of coffee since before I got pregnant with Max. Back when I was working on Seriously Delish I had a few days where I would drink like four or five cups, with a few of them happening at 5PM and nothing makes me feel as awful as that. Still remember the jitters and headache and crash!
SO! I did something a little different here from my normal power coffee. Instead of coconut oil, I used coconut butter.
Coconut butter is pure heaven to me. I want to eat it straight out of the jar, always. Coconut butter is the meat of the coconut that has been whipped into a butter. I’ve been nuts over coconut for as long as I could remember – I think I used to get excited over coconut shampoo at the age of, like, seven.
Needless to say, I should buy stock in coconut butter. That is how much I live for it.
It is SO good in the coffee. Of course, you have to blend it. But the coconut butter makes it super creamy. I added a touch of coconut milk here again, but you probably don’t even have to. It’s as close to a latte as I’ve got here at home without it being an actual latte, and with it having some of the ingredients I really like incorporated.
Between the maple, coconut butter and salt, I’m desperately trying not to revisit the multiple-cups-a-day habit.
Salted Maple Power Coffee
- 1 cup of freshly brewed hot coffee or 1 or 2 shots of espresso
- 1 tablespoon coconut butter
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon coconut cream or almond milk
- pinch of sea salt
- pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg for the top
- Add the coffee, coconut butter, maple syrup, coconut cream/milk and salt into a blender. Blend carefully since it’s hot - cover with a towel and start at low speed. Blend until frothy and combined, then pour in a mug and sprinkle with cinnamon or nutmeg. Drink up!
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49 Comments on “Salted Maple Power Coffee.”
Salted Maple sounds divine…. I’m not a coffee person (never have been, never will be), but Salted Maple Blondies came into my head. Roll with that.
yessss that sounds AMAZNIG!!!
If only I had that in front of me instead of black coffee!
I made this this morning and subbed with 1 TBS coconut oil and 1 TBS whole milk instead of coconut butter and cream because it’s what I had on hand. Very delicious! I pulled a double shot from my espresso machine and added hot water from the machine to make 1 cup of coffee.
sounds so good!! so glad you liked it.
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I am definitely making this first thing tomorrow morning! I’m already excited. Also, I love doing collagen in my coffee too!
it’s the best! thanks molly!
Here’s something better than the blender, a coffee frother. I loved adding collagen to my coffee, but hated cleaning the blender.
love this!!! thank you!
I WILL be adding bourbon to this :)
ummm now that is brilliant!
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I’ve definitely got to try this! I have a terrible Starbucks addiction (for my wallet, not my sanity lol!) and this sounds so good! I’ve got the Kitchen Aid Nespresso machine… if I wanted to do an espresso shot which cup setting (I don’t even know if that’s what it’s called…) would you recommend? Also can I suggest you do a peppermint mocha latte or coffee post? I LOVE those but I swear I can’t make a good latte with that machine to save my life
that’s the one i have too holly! i make the largest cup setting. :)
Where do you purchase your coconut butter?
amazon or thrive market!
great info to share , how can I choose coconut butter?
I think you can choose coconut butter on Amazon , I bought this kind Binnie’s Coconut Butter organic Spread -Raw, it was delicious
yes i get coconut butter on amazon :)
My husband made some for us this morning and it was delicious! Used coconut oil and oatmilk because that’s what we had, but I want to try it again with the coconut butter!
so glad!! YAY!
Wow! this article is great. Keep on writing informative articles. Thanks
You mention collagen, but I don’t see it in the ingredient list? How much should collagen should I add if I want to include it? Thanks
hi beth! i didn’t include it because you don’t need to collagen to get the end result of the coffee! it will be the same with or without it because it dissolves into hot liquid. :) i usually do 1 to 2 scoops! i would start with one – it also depends on the brand you buy and how big the scoop is!
Tried it today.
Was soo good!!
It was a hassle to make the coconut butter though, but worth the trouble:)
Hahaha I totally read this (multiple times) as “powder” not “power,” and kept thinking to myself “what the heck is maple powder? Where does Jessica even get this stuff?” I didn’t realize I had misread it until I got to the paragraph where you mentioned almost misspelling it and was like “OMG WAIT” hahaha!
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This looks awesome Jessica! I’ve never heard of coconut butter but now I’m intrigued. I just bought the primal kitchen vanilla coconut collagen powder this week (coconut milk powder already in it) and have been loving it in my morning coffee. Have you noticed any benefits supplementing with it?
Also, I went to the grand opening of a new mega-4 story Anthropologie here in Bethesda MD and your cookbook was prominently displayed in the housewares section! So happy for you!
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I didn’t have coconut butter but for some odd reason I had cacao butter!!!! Never used it for anything before, but it was really yummy in this!
I have been loving this coffee this fall!
It looks yummy! I will try it out soon. Thanks Jessica!
i love cafe . thank your blog ,
i think cafe is good for health, It’s realy helpful when you deep in work
I will try this soon.
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It’s really hot here. I could use a good refreshing tasty drink about now. That Raspberry with Green Tea sounds real good, would love to try some. Hope I win.Nespresso
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I usually have a morning coffee cocktail with coconut oil and collagen. I had coconut butter on hand and wanted to change it up. This was DELICIOUS! Thank you!
I love teas! Where I’m from we have a lot of Bush teas such as mint, rosemary, fever grass that we would go outside and pick and brew without even knowing how nutritious these herbs are for us. Sometimes it’s good to go back to our older generation ways of living.coffee
Love this! At first, I was just so excited to have a recipe for creamer — I love coffee but have to drink it with creamer and have always felt badly about buying ones with stuff in it I don’t like… your creamer is great and I’ll be making batch after batch from now on!
Then a friend and I tried the iced coffee — and although I didn’t think I’d care much about it… I’m now addicted! We made it with 1/2 vanilla coffee and 1/2 decaf so that we didn’t feel as guilty about drinking it in the middle of the afternoon… delish!coffee machine
Good to read this
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