Magic Bullet Coffee

Today was my first go at the famous Magic Bullet Coffee… I got the tip from Margaretha L. who got the recipe from some nice girls at the Low Carb Cruise.

My version is:

  • 1,5 dl strong espresso
  • 40 g unsalted butter
  • 20 g coconut oil

For the first try I used the coconut oil with flavor and I must say it was a lot nicer than I expected. Even if I do not drink alcohol very often I got the feeling the coffee drink could be nice with a cl of whiskey or bourbon. I might try it this weekend…

The coffee is a really good way of getting the ret/protein ratio up a bit.

Exactly as yesterday it started pouring the minute I was to leave work so my long walk was “canceled” and I went hope too watch the fourth season of Supernatural… It started pretty good.

For dinner I had a salomon and a better version of the aubergines I tried yesterday. This time I fried the slices in olive oil and then I used only graded parmesan and black pepper. In under the oven grill for a couple of minutes. Much better this time. As a side I made a “skagen” with mayo, dill and shrimps.

The nutritions for today was:




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4 Responses to Magic Bullet Coffee

  1. Hey Tommy,
    That looks good. Can you convert to US measurements or do you know of a good online metric to US measurements converter? And do you blend the drink or what?

    • Tommy says:

      The US measurements are:

      1,4 ounces unsalted butter
      0,7 ounces coconut oil
      0,7 cups of espresso coffee

      I put it all in a mixer/blender run it for a really short time. A couple of seconds in two or three go’s.


      • Thanks! I’m going to try it tomorrow morning. The photo album is a good idea. I would like to see recipes, cooking techniques and the pans you use. Also, the quality of food ingredients you have in Sweden looks better than what I can get here or maybe it’s just the way you prepare your dishes. Anyway, great work!

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