Keto Chocolate Mousse

It is no secret that I love chocolate.

I think one of the hardest things for me when I was first trying to make healthier choices… was my nagging chocolate cravings.

Now, there is a better option for you! You can make it a healthy rich chocolate mousse home and make it full of nutrients and healthy fats your body needs.

Keto Chocolate Mousse


1 Packet of Keto Coffee

3 Tablespoons of Full Fat Coconut milk

1 Scoop of Chocolate Greens

1 Avocado

1 Tbs of cacao powder

Mouse Topping Optional:

Coconut Whipped Cream (Full Fat Coconut Milk, Vanilla Extract and stevia to sweeten) read more

If You Aren’t Drinking Keto Coffee Yet, It May Be Because…

I have been singing the praises of grassfed butter and coconut oil for years!! And if you know me at all… you know I hold a special place in my heart for coffee, haha.

So when I heard about an amazing coffee that you can drink for breakfast that gives you fuel (from grassfed butter and coconut oil) and helps you focus better too, I had to try it!

What is Keto Coffee

So what is keto coffee? You may have heard it called bullet-proof coffee, butter coffee, fatty coffee. But the basic ingredients are always the same. It is a combination of butter, coconut oil OR MCT oil and coffee. The best version of Bulletproof coffee is 2 parts butter to 1 part MCT oil. read more

3 Benefits of Adding Collagen Peptides to Your Morning Coffee

I was learning about collagen recently when I was researching about our skin and how to keep our youthful glow…

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our entire body and it’s main goal is used as a connective tissue. The intake of collagen ensures the cohesion, elasticity and regeneration of skin, hair, tendon, cartilage, bones and joints. It is composed of the individual amino acids Glycine, Proline, Hydroxyproline and Arginine and in nature is found exclusively in animal tissue, especially bones and connective tissue. read more


Grassfed. What does that even mean?

I read an amazing book by Michael Pollan a few years ago called “The Omnivore’s Dilemma.” It was a book talking about the origins of where our food actually comes from. He talks about how most of modern food is from corn and soy beans – the farmers who grow corn and soybeans are heavily compensated by the government to keep prices low for consumers and manufacturing. So, corn and soybeans end up in everything – both are probably GMO‘s (genetically modified organisms) You can look at most of your packaged food and find such ingredients like high fructose corn syrup and other corn and soy derivatives. read more