Perfect Keto Bulletproof Coffee

No doubt you are now well aware how much we love a Bulletproof Coffee to start our day. Typically made with coffee, grass fed butter and MCT oil, it provides clean instant energy, promotes fat burning, increases mental output and can help to raise ketone levels. The problem with MCT oil however, is that even the smallest amount can cause digestive stress and irritation, leaving you with no other choice but to omit this key ingredient. Until now. Introducing Perfect Keto MCT Powder and our new favourite Perfect Keto Bulletproof Coffee.

Perfect Keto Bulletproof Coffee

Ingredients (Serves 1)

  • ¼-1/3 cup organic coffee beans, ground
  • 1 tablespoon grass-fed unsalted butter
  • 1 scoop Perfect Keto MCT Powder
  • 1 pinch sea salt


  1. Make a standard espresso using a coffee machine or your preferred method.
  2. Add hot water to a blender to pre-heat.
  3. Empty water and add coffee, butter, MCT powder, salt and blend for 10-20 seconds or until creamy and well combined.

Why MCT Powder?

  • It’s much easier on the digestive system when compared to MCT oil.
  • It’s portable and perfect for travelling.
  • It adds a delicious creaminess to your Bulletproof Coffee to keep you going for hours.

Find out more and purchase your Perfect Keto MCT Powder here. We’re lucky enough to be able to offer you 20% off for a limited time only, so head over to Perfect Keto and use the code NATURAL at check out. If you try it out, we would love to hear what benefits you experience, so please post below.


  1. Kim

    Can this be used in Chai tea too? God forbid, but a non coffee drinker 😜

  2. Min Benstead

    Yes it can! Substitute the coffee for your tea and take it from there. Please let us know how you go!

  3. Rowena Davis

    I do love my Bulletproof Coffee, so I have ordered some to give it a try while on special. Thanks for the Info.

  4. Lynette Dennis

    Would this be suitable for the Freedom Fuel?

  5. Joan

    Can I just say that seems to be a lot of coffee for 1 cup. I usually only use a teaspoon of ground coffee, and also why the butter? Isn’t that going to make it greasy? I have colitis, so can I use the Keto?

    Thanks for your help

  6. maryann.hill

    Have heard so much about Bulletproof Coffee so keen to try it!

  7. Elyse Lagos

    I’m sure you will love it! Let us know what you think when you try it!

  8. Min Benstead

    Hello Joan, it is the equivalent of a standard espresso shot, not instant coffee. Butyrate comes from grass-fed butter which is a short chain fatty acid which reduces inflammation in the body. Grass-fed butter is high in omega 3s, vitamins A, K, D and E and a great source of fat. Blending grass-fed butter with your bulletproof coffee gives it a creamy latte feel.

  9. Min Benstead

    Hello Lynette, it is not something we have tested as yet. If you do test it, please let us know how you go.

  10. Sam

    Options for non dairy people?

  11. Min Benstead

    Hello Sam, you could try ghee as an alternative. We’ve also had people try cacao butter with great success!

  12. Lisa Perkins

    Hi what if u don’t have an espresso/ coffee machine?

  13. Min Benstead

    Hello Lisa, many people use an Aeropress or the old fashioned coffee plungers to make their espressos.

  14. Hayley

    Just wanting to try this after purchasing and watching Steph’s seminar-I’m very petite (5ft tall and around 40kg) and am wondering if I should alter amounts of mct oil and butter due to this? Tried bulletproof once a long time ago and I felt unwell later is only thing….also does a good decaf do the same thing or need the caffeine?? Thanks

  15. Min Benstead

    Hello Hayley, if the Bulletproof didn’t agree with you last time I would try again using smaller amounts. Perhaps start at 1/2 a teaspoon and then work up slowly to 1 tablespoon, checking in with yourself to see how your body reacts and how you feel after drinking it. Perhaps also try ghee instead of the butter! You can certainly make a bulletproof using a quality decaf as well. Let us know how you go.

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