Move over Starbucks! These Paleo coffee recipes will leave you feeling like you never need another Starbucks fix again. We’ve got everything from Iced Caramel Macchiatos to Mocha Frappuccinos! And if you want some version of the Bulletproof coffee, then we have that too – just check out the hot Paleo coffee recipes section below.
Hot Paleo Coffee Recipes
Ingredients: hot coffee, coconut oil, ghee or grass-fed butter, maple syrup, ground clove.
What is better than butter coffee? How about maple and clove butter coffee. This amazing coffee is a delicious butter coffee with the right flavors added in to make a superb drink with enough boost to get you through the day.
Ingredients: coffee, pastured egg yolks, sugar, salt.
The egg yolks in this coffee recipe makes it taste creamy and delicious. As Mark points out in his post, the tiny amount of sugar that this recipe calls for is really little and adds just a touch of flavor to the drink. Sugar, in that small quantity is no more problematic than honey or maple syrup. He also explains that stevia can be used instead.
Ingredients: Double shot long black, MCT oil, grass-fed butter.
Dave Asprey created and popularized the Bulletproof Coffee that’s made with grass-fed butter and Brain Octane oil, a type of MCT oil. Here, Paleo Cafe has made an Australian version of this fantastic coffee drink by using a double shot long black (which is similar to an Americano) and MCT oil. The original Bulletproof coffee recipe uses Bulletproof Upgraded coffee beans blended with a few tablespoons of unsalted, grass-fed butter, as well as a bit of Brane Octane or XCT oil.
Ingredients: coffee, coconut cream or full-fat coconut milk, cinnamon (optional).
This coconut milk latte can be served hot or over ice! It’s simple to make and delicious to drink.
Ingredients: black coffee, pumpkin puree, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ghee.
Pumpkin pie taste in a coffee? Oh yes. This delicious recipe uses real pumpkin puree and adds in cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ghee to get a great taste and plenty of fats for your diet.
Ingredients: ghee, coconut oil, coconut or almond milk, coffee.
If you’re looking for a creamy basic Paleo coffee recipe, then look no further. Once you have this tasty recipe down pat, you can experiment with favorite flavors to make it a more personal coffee. And we’ve made a video (with bloopers) showing you exactly how to make this delicious drink.
Ingredients: hot coffee, pumpkin puree, butter or ghee, pumpkin pie spice, vanilla stevia.
This Paleo coffee recipe could put Starbucks out of business as it is healthier and has a much better taste. Easy to make at home, this recipe will give you the boost you need to get through the day.
Ingredients: water, cinnamon stick, whole cloves, salt, unsweetened cocoa powder, espresso ground coffee, vanilla extract, erythritol sweetener, sugar free brown sugar and cinnamon syrup.
Mexican coffee generally uses a lot of real sugar, but this alternative recipe is sugar free while keeping the same great taste. Melissa uses sugar-free brown sugar and sugar-free cinnamon syrup as well as erythritol in this recipe, but we suggest you stick to just stevia or a little bit of brown sugar with cinnamon for a more Paleo twist.
Ingredients: espresso, homemade cashew milk, sweetener of choice (optional), cinnamon.
With only four ingredients, this dairy-free and soy-free coffee recipe is a pleaser. Yummy taste that gives a boost, this coffee goes great with a Paleo breakfast.
Ingredients: milk, instant coffee, boiling water, ground ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, all spice, natural sweetener.
The name says it all: Copycat Starbucks Gingerbread Latte. This version is vegan and Paleo friendly but with the same great taste. Easy to make, easy to drink. Goodbye Starbucks.
Ingredients: brewed herbal coffee, full fat coconut milk, vanilla extract, maca powder, cinnamon, nutmeg.
If you are looking for a coffee recipe that leaves out the caffeine, try this Vanilla Maca Latte. It has a great taste without sugar and caffeine as well as a boost of fats for a Paleo diet.
Ingredients: coffee, cinnamon.
A simple yet delicious coffee recipe to soothe your soul and give you health benefits in the same cup.
Ingredients: almond milk, hot brewed coffee, pumpkin puree, pure maple syrup, pumpkin pie spice.
No matter the season, pumpkin is a soul warming food that offers great health benefits as well as flavor. With maple syrup instead of sugar, you can drink this and stick to your diet at the same time.
Paleo Iced Coffee Recipes
Ingredients: Cold brewed coffee, coconut caramel, almond milk, ice.
Caramel is a great flavor addition to any beverage and coffee is no exception. This recipe starts with cold brewed coffee and adds the caramel to make a delicious iced coffee for those who love it cold. And don’t worry, Lauren shows you exactly how to make your own coconut caramel.
Ingredients: coffee, water, frozen water, coconut milk, protein powder (optional).
For an iced coffee with an extra boost, try this recipe with protein powder added in. It’s easy to make and can be used as a basic coffee for trying out different flavors.
Ingredients: ice cubes, cashew milk, espresso.
This super easy latte is made with homemade expresso shots and your choice of dairy-free milk (coconut, almond or cashew).
Ingredients: warm strong coffee (espresso roast preferable), coconut milk, maple syrup or honey, vanilla beans, ground cinnamon, ice.
Strong coffee with fresh vanilla beans and maple syrup or honey to sweeten it, this is a great beverage to get your day started. Mix in some ice and cinnamon to make it even more delicious.
Ingredients: brewed coffee, vanilla extract, coffee++ (a blend of cultured ghee and MCT oil), raw cacao (optional), non-dairy, non-soy milk, grass-fed plain gelatin, maple syrup, coffee blend.
This cup of ‘wake me up’ takes a little pre-planning, but if you love iced coffee then this iced butter coffee is definitely worth the time. Add a pinch of cacao to give it a chocolatey spin.
Ingredients: unsweetened coconut milk, brewed coffee, organic pumpkin puree, coconut sugar, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, whipped coconut cream (optional).
Pumpkin spice lattes are super popular in the fall, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only time you can have one. This recipe takes a great beverage and makes it deliciously Paleo.
Ingredients: ground coffee, unsweetened toasted coconut, water.
This recipe makes a delicious flavor of coffee, with toasted coconut and strong coffee.
Ingredients: ground coffee, cold water
This recipe explains a great way to make a cold brewed coffee that you can leave overnight and have ready in the morning. There is no flavoring added so you can drink it black or add your own.
Ingredients: ground coffee, ground cacao nibs, filtered water, grated nutmeg, cinnamon stick or teaspoon cinnamon.
Who doesn’t love a good spiced coffee with a chocolate and cinnamon flavor. This recipe is really easy to make and will brew overnight in your fridge for a good cup of Joe in the morning.
Paleo Frappuccino Recipes
Ingredients: dandelion coffee or regular chilled coffee/cold brew, coconut milk (or any other “milk”), sweetener (optional).
While this recipe takes a bit longer to make, it is well worth it. The flavors blend nicely together to make a creamy and delicious cup of coffee that is completely vegan and Paleo friendly.
Ingredients: expresso powder, almond butter, raw cacao powder, raw honey, water, ice.
This delicious replica of Starbuck’s Mocha Frappuccino gives all the healthy benefits of a Paleo diet without the guilt. Honey gives it a perfect sweetness. This is a great beverage to get a kick on during those hot summer days or just because.
Ingredients: coffee, organic coconut milk, raw honey, ice, organic unsweetened cocoa powder, organic vanilla extract.
Another great recipe that follows the Paleo diet without giving up the flavor. Raw honey, organic vanilla extract and unsweetened cocoa powder make this frappe a tasty treat to help beat the heat.
Ingredients: almond or coconut milk, date paste, vanilla bean, vanilla extract, salt, vanilla stevia (optional), cinnamon, coconut cream (optional).
This Frappuccino recipe has absolutely no coffee in it! It is a delicious beverage that takes the vanilla up a notch. More like a milkshake (a Paleo friendly version of course), this icy treat is definitely worth a try.
Ingredients: bananas, coffee, unsweetened almond milk, vanilla, salted caramel.
Salted caramel is a tasty treat that many love. This recipe takes that delight and mixes it with coffee and ice in a smoothie textured beverage for a cold treat. And don’t worry, the caramel is also Paleo (using Lexi’s recipe here).
Ingredients: strong coffee, unsweetened coconut milk, honey, ice, cocoa powder, vanilla.
Another Starbucks replacement, this Frappuccino uses honey and cocoa powder to replace all the sugar, with only a splash of vanilla.
Ingredients: bananas, cold coffee, coconut milk, pure vanilla (optional), dark chocolate.
What could be better than chocolate and frozen bananas? A drink that incorporates both with coffee and coconut milk. This recipe makes a great treat for breakfast or a late morning brunch beverage.
Paleo Mocha Recipes
Ingredients: ice, black coffee, cocoa powder, coconut cream concentrate, ripe banana, cold coconut milk, egg whites.
This mocha recipe uses whipped egg whites and coconut cream for a whipped topping while mixing cocoa powder, a ripe banana and black coffee to make a delicious cold beverage. Easy to make, but even better if planned ahead so you can use coffee ice cubes instead of water.
Ingredients: coffee ice cubes (can be regular, or decafe), almond milk, cacao powder, cacao nibs, sweetener, raw chocolate sauce, whipped coconut cream.
If you are looking for a delicious vegan, dairy-free and Paleo Frappuccino, then look no further. Another Starbucks replacement beverage, this Mocha Java Chip Frappuccino uses raw chocolate sauce and cacao nibs to make a delicious drink.
Ingredients: coffee, coconut milk, raw honey, baking cocoa.
This recipe is a super easy and simple to make mocha that uses honey and baking cocoa for flavor.
Ingredients: brewed coffee, unsweetened almond milk or coconut milk, cocoa or cacao powder, coconut butter, GF almond extract (optional), sweetener.
Love Almond Joy candy bars? Then this beverage is for you. With the sweet taste of chocolate and coconut mixed together, it tastes like a warm version of the candy bar. You can add ice for a cold treat.
Ingredients: full fat coconut milk, strong coffee, peppermint oil, cacao powder, maple syrup.
If you love peppermint, then this is a great recipe to try. It incorporates peppermint oil with raw cacao powder and maple syrup to make a great tasting cup of coffee.
Ingredients: brewed coffee, unsweetened organic baking cocoa OR raw cacoa powder, coconut palm sugar, vanilla extract, ground sea salt.
Simple to make and easier to use, these ice cubes will chill out any coffee or coffee blended beverage. They make a great way to use up that leftover coffee instead of wasting it.