The Most Delish Keto Coffee Options

Black coffee does not have carbs or calories and, if you enjoy your coffee this way, you are in luck! What if you love a bit of sweetener in your coffee? Or you would like a coffee beverage that can also double as a meal replacer.

There are many excellent options for enjoying low-carb and delicious coffee.

What Coffee Can You Drink on Keto?

  • Black Coffee: The easy choice is simple black coffee. Any standard coffee bean can be made into keto coffee and drinking the hot beverage might even curb your appetite. 
  • Coffee with Grass-fed Butter: Butter made from milk given by cows who have only eaten pasture-fed can be added to coffee. Said to give you more clarity and energy, it also adds a touch of fat to your morning jo. 
  • Coffee with Heavy Whipping Cream: Heavy whipping cream is a keto-friendly dairy and many people find it to be a satisfying addition to coffee. 
  • Coffee with Keto Creamer: There are keto coffee creamers on the market. Many of them are not just low in carbs but also have added ketones and/or fats. 
  • Coffee with MCT Oil: MCT Oil is a supplement made from fats called medium-chain triglycerides. It is reputed to increase metabolism, suppress appetite, and burn calories. 
  • Coffee with Sugar-free Creamer: Any local grocery store will offer some sugar free creamers. Keep in mind that they are often sweetened with sugar alcohols which are not as keto-friendly as other options. 
  • Coffee with Sugar-free Sweetener: You can flavor your coffee with an artificial sweetener like monk fruit or allulose. Steer clear from sugar alcohols.

Keto Creamer Alternatives

When following a keto diet, you may find yourself reaching for half and half and realizing that it is not the best choice for your diet. There are 5 excellent keto creamer alternatives. Check out our article which dives further into these options.

  • Almond Milk: Almond milk is a non-dairy, milk alternative that is low in carbohydrates. Be certain to choose the unsweetened version, which comes in regular and vanilla flavor. 
  • Coconut MIlk: Coconut milk is another dairy free milk alternative that will support your keto diet. Naturally sweet, its unique taste is delicious in coffee. 
  • Heavy Whipping Cream: HWC is a creamer that many people enjoy. It will give your coffee a rich taste. 
  • Homemade Keto Coffee Creamers: If you are looking for some great keto coffee creamer recipes we have some for you in this article
  • Sugar-Free Creamer: There are many sugar-free creamers on the market. Some popular brands include International Delight, Starbucks, and Coffee Mate.

Keto Coffee Sweeteners

You don’t have to look too far to find sugar-free sweeteners that do not contain sugar alcohols to use in your coffee.

  • Allulose: A natural sweetener, allulose is an excellent choice. Try some Keto Goods Allulose Syrup for a light, sweet taste. 
  • Monk Fruit: Another natural sweetener, monk fruit is delicious with no bitter aftertaste. 
  • Stevia: Made from a plant, stevia is another natural sweetener.

Keto Bulletproof Coffee Recipe

Many who are on a keto diet make a coffee called bulletproof coffee. It is real coffee with just a few ingredients. To make this coffee you need:


  • 1 cup coffee (8-10 ounces)
  • 1-2 teaspoons grass-fed butter
  • ½ - 2 tablespoons MCT oil


  • Put coffee in a bigger cup 
  • Add butter and oil
  • Combine with an immersion blender until smooth and frothy
  • Enjoy

Note: You will want to start with a small amount of butter and MCT oil as your body gets used to it.

Side Effects of Bulletproof Coffee

Although many people like the fact that bulletproof coffee curbs the appetite, there are some negative side effects. Having this drink on a regular basis can increase your cholesterol and contain high levels of saturated fats.