National Cappuccino Day

November 8th has finally come around and we get to celebrate the amazingness that is coffee. Being a coffee lover myself, I could not pass up the opportunity to share my secret coffee recipe (Pssst. It’s not a secret). On National Cappuccino Day I’ve have decided to share 3 different ways to make your coffee out of this world.

Ingredients needed are:


Kelapo 50/50 Blend of Coconut Oil and Ghee

My secret, not so secret, coffee recipe is very simple. After you’ve made your coffee, pour it into a blender cup and add 1 tablespoon Kelapo 50/50 blend of Coconut oil and Ghee!

Ghee you say!? Yes, you read that right!

The 50/50 blend of coconut oil and ghee has a richer flavor and smoother texture. Did I mention it energizes you and helps you focus? Can you see why I love it now?

Once that’s done, blend away! Pour your coffee in the mug and get ready to feel energized.

On weekends I have the worst sweet tooth, don’t ask me why, but I must have chocolate! So here’s a recipe that’ll put my mind at ease this weekend.

Iced Mochas

Ingredients needed:


Milk (whatever kind you prefer)

Chocolate syrup

White Sugar

So for this recipe you’ll make the coffee the night before, pour it into ice cube trays and freeze until solid. Then, when that sweet tooth starts to make an appearance, in a blender combine the coffee cubes, 2 cups of milk, ¼ of chocolate syrup (which will probably be 2/4 in my case), and ¼ of a cup of white sugar. After you’ve blended, pour and serve!

Quick and simple! Can’t wait to try it out this weekend!

How can we not make a cappuccino on National Cappuccino Day? Here’s a recipe from the Food Network that my mom loved.

French Press Vanilla Cappuccino

Ingredients needed:

1 cup of coffee

1 cup of milk

First heat the milk up on the stove but not to boiling point. While the milk is being heated add the ground coffee to your French press. Add 3 ½ of boiling water then the lid/filter assembly. Let it steep for about 4 minutes and then begin to press the plunger down. While the coffee is steeping, take the milk off the stove and set on the counter top. Set an immersion blender in the shallow end of the pot and froth the milk on high speed until the foam holds, for about 3 minutes blending on high. Pour the coffee into you your cup and with a spoon add the frothed milk on top. Voila, you’ve created a masterpiece!

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