The Best Keto Indian Chai Coffee

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The Best Keto Indian Chai Coffee

5 ratings

This Keto Indian-inspired coffee is rich in fats and warming aromatic spices. Once prepared, the coffee is topped with a helping of whipped heavy cream to serve. This makes a great fat-fueled breakfast option, perfect to keep you satiated until lunch.

What ingredients make up this Keto Indian coffee?

This Keto coffee can be prepared with your preferred brand of instant or ground coffee. Once you have selected your coffee, it is blended with ground spices - cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, cardamom, and a little sweetener. Coconut oil is then melted into the coffee to provide a hearty dose of healthy fats. The coffee is then finished with whipped cream and a light dusting of cinnamon.

Here are some tips to help you prepare this Keto coffee:

This Keto coffee requires blending to ensure the fats and liquid are emulsified. We have used coconut oil in our coffee however you may use unsalted butter or MCT oil if preferred. You may also swap the erythritol for your preferred low-carb sweetener or omit it entirely. Be sure to adjust your macros accordingly if making any changes.

Can you adapt this coffee to a vegan diet?

Absolutely! The only ingredient in this recipe that isn't vegan is the heavy cream. Simply swap it for coconut milk and you'll be good.

  • Net Carbs

    2.1 g

  • Fiber

    2 g

  • Total Carbs

    7.1 g

  • Protein

    2.2 g

  • Fats

    35.1 g

332 cals

The Best Keto Indian Chai Coffee

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  • Black Coffee

    Black Coffee

    3 cup

  • Coconut Oil

    Coconut Oil

    2 tablespoon

  • 100% Pure Erythritol by Now

    100% Pure Erythritol by Now

    ½ tablespoon

  • Heavy Cream

    Heavy Cream

    ½ cup

  • Cinnamon, Ground

    Cinnamon, Ground

    ⅓ teaspoon

  • Ginger, Ground

    Ginger, Ground

    ¼ teaspoon

  • Cloves, Ground

    Cloves, Ground

    ⅛ teaspoon

  • Nutmeg Ground

    Nutmeg Ground

    ⅛ tsp

  • Cardamom, Ground

    Cardamom, Ground

    ⅛ teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 4

15 min

  • Step 1

    Add the heavy cream to a small mixing bowl. Whisk until fluffy and doubled in volume. Alternatively, you may use a stand mixer with a whisk attachment to whip the cream.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Add 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, and cardamom to a small mixing bowl. Add the erythritol and mix together well to combine. Divide the sweet spice mix between two large mugs.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Divide the hot coffee between the two mugs. Add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil to each mug and stir well until melted. Using a handheld blender or milk frother, very carefully blend the coffee until the fats are combined and the coffee is slightly frothy.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Divide the whipped cream between the two coffee mugs. Sprinkle the remaining cinnamon over each mug. Serve hot.
    Step 4

Comments 11

  • PankajGarg

    PankajGarg a year ago

    Could you please tell me about heavy india any particular brand or what is it made of

    • OutstandingRadish188194

      OutstandingRadish188194 2 years ago

      Could someone please explain to me what “erythritol” is please? Thank you.

      • tyebullis2702

        tyebullis2702 2 years ago


      • Carmencaro339a62

        Carmencaro339a62 2 years ago

        I use Monkfruit sweetener as erythritol I recommend it

      • OutstandingKale943819

        OutstandingKale943819 2 years ago

        It’s a low carb sweetener, you can replace it for your regular low carb, keto friendly sweetener, I use Stevia or you can make it without sweetener

    • JLO 226

      JLO 226 2 years ago

      I liked the taste and will be nice on a winter day but more effort than I want to give on a regular basis.

      • Heidijfit

        Heidijfit 2 years ago


        • CHRiddle128

          CHRiddle128 3 years ago


          • Smthatroxs

            Smthatroxs 3 years ago

            Have you tried this was it just not to your liking because of sweetness or bitterness?

        • gdevinat9

          gdevinat9 3 years ago

          Is this really 70g of fat for 1 serving?? How come?

          • Laura

            Laura 2 years ago

            Its 35 g- the recipe is 2 cups of coffee