My favorite keto hot drinks for cold winters, sickness, and comfort!
New England winters are especially cold, which inspired me to put together a list of my favorite keto hot drinks. Some of them have alcohol in them, which you can omit or not, according to your keto strictness.
I came up with this recipe as a hot alternative to apple cider. You may also know the hot toddy as the cure-all cold-killer, and it’s good for that too. Just sip before bed, and sleep like a baby, even through the worst colds!
One of my favorite keto hot drinks recipes is green tea with coconut oil in it. There really is no better way to drink it. The coconut eliminates the bitterness in the tea and adds a healthy dose of fatty acids.
Red wine is a guilty pleasure of us wine-loving keto-ers. While we can’t subscribe to the “glass a day” and keep burning fat, we sure can splurge on the holidays. This is definitely one of my favorite keto hot drinks by far!
Don’t tread on my hot chocolate parade: this earl grey hot chocolate is the best way to make ketogenic hot chocolate and I won’t hear anything else. The tea gives the cocoa an unexpectedly wonderful flavor without adding unnecessary sugars.
In this keto hot drinks recipe, spicy and citrusy cardamom dances with licorice flavor of star anise and woody cinnamon to draw out the warmth from the middle of your soul and share it with the rest of your body. Paired with rich, full-fat coconut milk, your mind and body will thank you.
This hot beverage is a must for any keto enthusiast. Cinnamon serves as a natural sweetener in coffee, and butter adds a level of creaminess and healthy fats, although you can add cream if you want. It’s delicious both ways.