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38 Irresistible Paleo Coffee and Tea Recipes

Louise Hendon | July 17
38 Irresistible Paleo Coffee and Tea Recipes https://paleoflourish.com/paleo-coffee-tea-recipes

Did you know Finland consumes the most coffee in the world? Even if you’re not Finnish, I’m sure you also enjoy a steaming hot cup of joe every now and then.

And why wouldn’t you? Besides increasing your energy levels coffee may help you burn fat, lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, and it is quite high in antioxidants.

If you’re not a coffee lover, don’t fret. This recipe collection is not just about coffee! I’ve included various paleo-friendly teas, as well.

And whether you like your drink hot or cold, you’ll find the perfect option on this list.

Why Make Your Coffee at Home?

It’s definitely easy to just pick up a cup of coffee from the nearest cafe on your way to work. But if you’re not careful you may end up with a drink that is packed with sugar, dairy or other non-paleo ingredients.

Not to mention the cost – a homemade latte is fairly inexpensive compared to a Starbucks one.

During the summer I’m crazy about iced teas, which you’ll find plenty on this list. The paleo coconut iced tea latte is pretty amazing!

Here’s a quick 4-minute video to show you how easy it is to make paleo caramel iced coffee at home.

Here are just a few of the Paleo coffee and tea recipes we’ve included:

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Paleo Coffees, Lattes, & Cappuccinos

Paleo Pumpkin Latte

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Pumpkin LatteIngredients: cinnamon powder, ginger powder, ground cloves, ground nutmeg, pumpkin puree, coconut milk, erythritol, black coffee (brewed).

If you suffer from inflammatory problems, buying a regular latte can be out of the question, so why not make this deliciously tasty pumpkin latte that you can enjoy without the health problems! With all the spices of fall – cinnamon, ginger, and cloves, this even tastes like a good pumpkin pie, but you will know it is compliant with the paleo way of eating, so you can just sit back and enjoy!

Paleo Cinnamon Turmeric Coffee

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Cinnamon Turmeric Coffee Ingredients: black coffee, Ceylon cinnamon powder, turmeric powder, black pepper, coconut milk (or almond milk).

Cinnamon is another spice that greatly helps with inflammatory issues, so along with the turmeric it turns this coffee into a source of benefits to your health and also tastes great! The dash of black pepper is there to help release the anti-inflammatory goodness from the turmeric and does not give a strong flavor. This is a keto and AIP recipe that is completely dairy free.

The Ultimate Paleo Coffee

– Paleo Flourish

The Ultimate Paleo CoffeeIngredients: ghee, coconut oil, coffee you like (or black or rooibos tea), almond milk or coconut milk.

This clever recipe shows you the new way to make a healthy but nutrient boosting coffee to enjoy any time. You are blending the coffee with ghee to add extra healthy fats and if you blend this together, you end up with a frothy drink that is very satisfying. It is best to start by adding a little fat, then build it up to a full blown bulletproof coffee!

Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Pumpkin Spice LatteIngredients: black coffee, pumpkin puree, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ghee.

Isn’t it funny how pumpkin and spice go so well together! The spices are warming and give the coffee a great aroma. The pumpkin also adds a great color to this drink. This would be a fantastic drink to rustle up for serving at a Halloween party, with the traditional pumpkin flavor adding authenticity to the night. Perfect for a paleo warmer on a chilly evening!

Keto Coffee Recipe – 4 Variations

– Keto Summit

Keto Coffee Recipe – 4 VariationsIngredients: black coffee, MCT oil, ghee.

Often, when we start on a new eating plan or diet, it is easy to forget about the regular things we drink, like tea and coffee. This clever recipe gives you four different ways to make your coffee, keeping everything keto! You have everything from frothy, to coconut and collagen infused – the choice is yours! This coffee recipe is also compliant with the paleo diet.

Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte

– Keto Summit

Keto Pumpkin Spice LatteIngredients: black coffee, pumpkin spice, ghee, MCT oil.

Regular latte is made with milk to give it that frothy head we expect, but this is not really keto, so here is the answer – using ghee and MCT oil instead of milk! This will give it a boost of healthy fats, and combining with the spices, gives you a richer, more satisfying drink. There are zero carbs in this drink, and you can make it look even nicer by sprinkling some extra spice on top before serving!

Keto Cappuccino

– Maria Mind Body Health

Ingredients: unsweetened almond milk, decaf espresso (or strong brewed decaf coffee).

With this keto coffee recipe, you get the traditional taste of the coffee, but with a dairy free milk. You can also add a subtle chocolate flavor by adding in some chocolate stevia, giving you a mocha alternative. There really is no need to give up your regular coffee when you start eating the keto way – just follow the recommendations in recipes like this and you will be able to enjoy this regularly.

Low-Carb Dairy-Free Cappuccino

– Keto Diet App

Ingredients: espresso, coconut milk, cinnamon or raw cocoa powder (unsweetened).

Coconut milk cam make a really good alternative to cow’s milk, especially when you are trying to keep the carbs low. It is also a really good option for dairy free cookery and in this delicious cappuccino, it gives just as good flavor and froth as regular milk. Like many keto recipes, this one is also higher in healthy fats than regular coffee based drinks.

Paleo Iced Coffees & Cold Brews

Keto Iced Lemon Coffee

– Keto Summit

Keto Iced Lemon Coffee

Ingredients: cold brew coffee, ice cubes, freshly squeezed lemon juice, stevia (omit), slice of lemon.

When the weather gets warmer and you need a drink to cool and refresh, why not try iced lemon coffee? It has the caffeine to give you that boost, but with the added refreshing lemon flavor ad citrusy zing that is guaranteed to freshen on a summer’s day! If you add a little lemon, chances are you won’t need to use a sweetener, as the lemon is a lovely contrast in this keto coffee.

How to make Cold Brew Coffee in a French Press

– A Girl Worth Saving

How to make Cold Brew Coffee in a French Press

Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving

Ingredients: ground coffee, water.

If you love your coffee but find the hot stuff a bit too strong on your gut, then you might find cold brew the answer as it tends to be a bit gentler and less acidic on the system! If you are using ground coffee for this paleo and keto compliant recipe, try to make sure you use coarse grounds, otherwise you will be left with a nasty sludgy mess at the bottom of the cup!

Dairy-Free Iced Latte

– Cook Eat Paleo

Dairy-Free Iced Latte

Photo Credit: Lisa from Cook Eat Paleo

Ingredients: ice cubes, cashew milk, shots of espresso.

Now, most of us have heard of iced tea, but have you tried iced coffee? Perfect for a hot summer day when you need something to lift the spirits and cool you at the same time. This recipe is dairy and gluten free and suitable for paleo, keto, vegetarian and vegan diets. It uses cashew milk, but this can be replaced with any other dairy free milk you enjoy – I like mine with almond milk!

Cardamom Iced Coffee (Using Cold Brew)

– My Heart Beets

Cardamom Iced Coffee (Using Cold Brew)

Photo Credit: Ashley from My Heart Beets

Ingredients: ice cubes, cold brew coffee, milk of choice, ground cardamom, sweetener of choice.

Iced coffee is a great pick you up in the morning, and it is so easy to make the night before, then strain and serve when you wake up. This recipe is flavored with cardamom, and can be made dairy free, but if you are not keen on cardamom, there are other alternatives. You can easily replace it with cinnamon or a little bit of nutmeg for a completely different flavor!

Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte

– Seasonal & Savory

Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte

Photo Credit: Angela from Seasonal & Savory

Ingredients: unsweetened coconut milk, strong brewed coffee, organic pumpkin puree, coconut sugar, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg.

This is a very clever recipe that uses the solids from the coconut milk to whip up as a topping, giving this amazing paleo latte look as special as a barista could make! This drink can be served warmed or cold, but I prefer to serve it in a tall latte glass with some ice and the cool, creamy topping, sprinkled with a little cinnamon to round it all off!

How to Make Cold Brew Coffee

– Coconut Mama

How to Make Cold Brew Coffee

Photo Credit: Tiffany from The Coconut Mama

Ingredients: organic coffee, filtered water.

Even if you don’t have a fancy French press to make your paleo cold brew coffee, don’t worry, because all you need is a large jar and some cheesecloth! The strong coffee can then be diluted with water, milk of choice, or used as a flavoring for baked goods and frostings. I like to sweeten mine with a little honey and enjoy it sipped slowly over ice on a warm, summer day!

Spiced Cacao Cold Brew Coffee

– My Heart Beets

Spiced Cacao Cold Brew Coffee

Photo Credit: Ashley from My Heart Beets

Ingredients: ground coffee, ground cacao nibs, filtered water, freshly grated nutmeg, cinnamon stick.

Cold brew coffee is a very versatile drink, as it can be flavored with a whole variety of things; think cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, to name a few! This one has a hint of bitter chocolate through it which can be remarkably refreshing in hot weather. If you are a paleo coffee fan, you can make a large batch of concentrate and store it in the refrigerator – it will last for about a week.

Vanilla Bean Sweet Cream Collagen Iced Coffee

– PaleOMG

Ingredients: full-fat coconut milk, maple syrup, vanilla extract, vanilla bean, cold brew coffee, collagen peptides.

Iced coffee is becoming more and more popular than ever, so if you have a bunch of friends coming over for coffee in the afternoon, why not impress with this paleo, creamy, dreamy treat that you can enjoy even on the hottest days! The flavor of the coffee is complemented with the vanilla seeds, but if you don’t have any beans, you can use vanilla extract instead.

Coconut Milk Vietnamese Iced Coffee

– I Heart Umami

Ingredients: Vietnamese ground coffee, hot boiling water, ice cubes, dairy-free condensed milk (paleo condensed milk).

Vietnamese iced coffee is normally sweetened with condensed milk, but this clever recipe uses dairy free condensed milk! If you prefer, you can use a different dairy free creamer – just use your favorite. Regular Vietnamese coffee is very strong, much stronger than regular American coffee, so you might want to try it first to make sure you don’t need to dilute it a bit. If you like it strong, then go ahead!

Paleo Teas

Simple Mint Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Simple Mint Tea

Ingredients: fresh mint leaves, boiling water.

There can be nothing more refreshing than a plain cup of mint tea! It is perfect on chilly days to warm you or help soothe a sore throat, or to quench your thirst on a summer day, either as it is or chilled and served as an iced tea drink. You only need a few mint leaves to make this so you can keep the rest for future drinks or garnishes. This is a lovely simple paleo recipe.

Ginger Basil Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Ginger Basil TeaIngredients: boiling water, fresh ginger, fresh basil leaves.

Ginger is a great ingredient in a hot drink as it is warming and soothing and can help to ward off colds, ease sore throats and calm digestive issues. The addition of the basil leaves gives an extra level of freshness to the flavor of the drink, making it a lovely warming comforting hot drink for a chilly day! This tea is suitable for both paleo and keto diets, and is also vegetarian.

Homemade Vanilla Chocolate Rooibos Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Homemade Vanilla Chocolate Rooibos TeaIngredients: rooibos tea, 100% cacao powder, shredded coconut, vanilla extract, boiling hot water.

With its origins in South Africa, rooibos tea has become very popular over the past few years, as it has antioxidant properties and tastes great! If you are doubtful about adding the chocolate, it just gives a depth to the flavor, and the coconut helps to create a smooth taste to this refreshing drink. Rooibos tea is also caffeine free, so it can help on paleo diets for anyone who does not tolerate caffeine.

Turmeric Ginger Lime Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Turmeric Ginger Lime Tea

Ingredients: lime, turmeric root, ginger.

This nourishing paleo drink is more like an infusion than a tea, yet it still has all the goodness of turmeric and ginger, making it a wonderfully reviving drink if you are not feeling too great. Turmeric tea has long been used in Indian households as a remedy for colds and tummy problems, but with the addition of the lime you get a much fresher flavor. This is paleo and keto friendly and simple to make.

Chamomile Mint Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Chamomile Mint TeaIngredients: chamomile flowers, peppermint leaves, boiling water.

Throughout history, chamomile tea has been given to people who were not feeling so good, as it has a relaxing effect and can help you get to sleep at night. This makes it perfect for helping you to unwind after a busy or stressful day. Perfect for chiling out paleo people. You do not have to use peppermint in this recipe – just use your favorite mint to adapt the recipe to suit you.

Chinese Chrysanthemum Goji Berry Date Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Chinese Chrysanthemum Goji Berry Date TeaIngredients: goji berries, dried chrysanthemum flowers, dried red date, boiling water.

This is a recipe for a traditional Chinese tea, using chrysanthemum and goji berries and dates to give a boost to the nutrients in this drink. The flowers and berries have high levels of vitamins and minerals and give this paleo tea a really unusual flavor. This makes a refreshing drink either warm or iced, and can be sweetened if needed, although its flavor can be enjoyed as it is.

Matcha Green Tea Latte

– Paleo Flourish

Matcha Green Tea LatteIngredients: matcha powder, boiling water, coconut cream or coconut milk.

Matcha is a powdered green tea that is known for its antioxidant properties and can give this paleo drink a freshness you may not get from regular tea. It gives a bigger caffeine hit than regular tea because you are actually consuming the tea powder. If you have never heard of, or tried, tea latte, then this is a perfect way to try it. Once you have blended the tea with the coconut cream you will find it even looks like a latte.

Lemon, Ginger, Honey Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Lemon, Ginger, Honey TeaIngredients: boiling water, lemon, ginger, honey.

Honey and lemon have long been family remedies for sore throats and colds, but with the spice heat from the ginger you could use this tea as simply a good drink to warm you through on a chilly day. The amount of ginger can be amended to suit your palate, but if you have a bad cough you will find it helps to make it slightly stronger. This is a lovely winter paleo warmer for the whole family!

Coconut Masala Chai Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Coconut Masala Chai TeaIngredients: coconut cream (from a can of refrigerated coconut milk), water, raw honey, loose black tea leaves, masala tea spice blend.

Masala simply means ‘spice mix’, and the spices used are specifically blended for the tea. They normally include cardamom and nutmeg. This drink has its origins in India, famous for their tea, but is quite simple to make yourself, and by adding coconut cream you can experience the dairy free option at home. Just remember to strain the tea before drinking if you are using loose tea leaves!

Protein Collagen Protein Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Collagen Protein TeaIngredients: coconut milk, hot black tea, collagen protein powder (chocolate flavor).

Collagen can be a really useful source of protein, but is also helpful for maintaining the health of bones and joints. This tea is a simple way to take in the collagen, and might be a good idea for older paleo people, who are suffering with joint pain. The collagen comes in various flavors, so you can experiment until you find the one you like best, then add this delicious drink to your paleo diet!

Orange Cinnamon Ginger Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Orange Cinnamon Ginger Tea Ingredients: slices of orange, cinnamon stick, slice of ginger, boiling hot water.

When you look at these ingredients, the first thing that springs to mind is Christmas – the fragrant aromas of ginger and cinnamon! This tea makes a fantastic drink to take if the weather is cold or if you are feeling a bit off color, as the ginger and cinnamon help to ease congestion and can leave you feeling more relaxed and warmed. This is another paleo winter warmer!

Apple Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Apple TeaIngredients: medium-sized apples, PG Tips tea bags or weaker tea bags (like Lipton), cinnamon.

Some fruit teas have a lovely scent, but they are lacking a lot in the flavor department – that’s where this recipe comes in! Full of flavor and very aromatic, this paleo apple tea is absolutely delicious served either warm as a soothing winter drink, or chilled and served over ice as a really refreshing glass to enjoy in the summer. You can make this with black tea, or use rooibos if you can’t tolerate caffeine.

Paleo Iced Teas

Paleo Coconut Iced Tea Latte

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Coconut Iced Tea Latte Ingredients: black tea, coconut sugar, coconut milk, ice cubes.

This is a really handy paleo recipe as you can make a larger amount of the tea with the coconut sugar dissolved in it and store it in the refrigerator, then pour some over ice and add the coconut milk when you want some. This tea would make a great summer alternative to an afternoon tea with friends, or even a coffee morning! If you don’t tolerate caffeine, you can use a caffeine free tea.

Lemon Thyme Infused Iced Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Lemon Thyme Infused Iced Tea Ingredients: black tea, sprigs of lemon thyme.

There are fewer more refreshing drinks than a good iced tea and they are so easy to make at home where you are in control of what’s in them. The lemon thyme adds a subtle lemon and herb taste to the tea, and apparently lemon thyme can aid digestive problems and soothe an irritating cough. Despite that, this is a lovely summertime paleo drink that will help keep you cool!

Plum Infused Iced Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Plum Infused Iced TeaIngredients: plum, boiling water, tea bag.

Infusing tea with fruit is a great way to liven up a cuppa, and a good option for using up leftover fruit! The plum adds a lovely sweetness to the tea, and if you can, leave it overnight to infuse completely into the tea mixture, giving you a really refreshing paleo drink for the next day! Other fruits like peach and mango work well here too – just try it for yourself!

Keto Iced Apple Green Tea

– Keto Summit

Keto Iced Apple Green TeaIngredients: brewed green tea, ice, apple cider vinegar, stevia (omit).

Some people are claiming that green teas are really good for you in that they boost brain power and can aid with fat burning, but whether this works for you or not, they make fantastic zero carb and zero calorie drinks that we can use as a cooling drink to rehydrate us, which is important on a specific diet. The apple flavor here comes from the cider vinegar, and it makes sense to taste it often so you only add what you need!

Cold Brew Iced Tea with Lemon and Mint

– Cook Eat Paleo

Cold Brew Iced Tea with Lemon and Mint

Photo Credit: Lisa from Cook Eat Paleo

Ingredients: filtered water, good quality tea bags, lemon slices, fresh mint sprigs, ice cubes.

Cold brew teas are so easy to make and have a much smoother flavor than hot tea. All you need to do is leave the tea leaves in a jug of water in the refrigerator overnight and you are good to go! In the hot weather in summer, why not try to make up a jug every night, then by the morning you have a light and refreshing tea drink to enjoy. Iced tea is perfect for keeping paleo people hydrated in the summer!

Paleo Thai Tea

– Coconut Mama

Paleo Thai Tea

Photo Credit: Tiffany from The Coconut Mama

Ingredients: filtered water, loose leaf or tea bags black tea, star anise, cinnamon stick, green cardamom pod, whole cloves, honey or maple syrup, coconut sugar, vanilla extract, coconut milk.

If you are serving a Thai meal to your friends or family, it can be a lovely authentic idea to serve Thai tea along with the food. It has the aromas and flavors of the traditional spices and makes a lovely chilled drink to enjoy on its own too. This recipe is easy to make, paleo, and dairy free. If you don’t tolerate caffeine, try using decaffeinated teabags instead.

Naturally Sweetened Thai Iced Tea (Dairy-Free)

– Healy Eats Real

Naturally Sweetened Thai Iced Tea (Dairy-free)

Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real

Ingredients: brewed unsweetened organic black tea, coconut sugar, full-fat coconut milk, ice cubes.

Thai iced tea is normally made using condensed milk and other ingredients that are not paleo friendly, so here is a useful paleo alternative recipe which is dairy free, but still give the same type of flavor. It is easy to prepare and only uses a few ingredients, so it is easy on the wallet too! This makes a lovely refreshing drink for a summer day, or as an accompaniment to serve with a Thai meal.

Strawberry-Hibiscus Iced Tea

– Autoimmune Wellness

Ingredients: water, dried mint, dried hibiscus flowers, strawberries, lemon juice, honey, ice.

If you have never tried hibiscus tea before, the flavor is something like cranberry – slightly tart and fruity, and it goes really well with mint and strawberry, giving you a really refreshing iced tea for the summer time. This is a sugar and dairy free paleo recipe, although you may want to sweeten it with a little honey to take the bitter edge off the flavor.

Coconut Thai Iced Tea

– PaleOMG

Ingredients: water, black tea bags, anise stars, cinnamon stick, whole cloves, maple syrup, stevia extract (omit), vanilla extract, Pacific Foods Organic Original Coconut Milk, vanilla bean, ice.

If you have ever had Thai iced tea in a restaurant, you ill understand that it is just the best. But obviously, it’s not really paleo, keto or any other diet friendly! That’s where recipes like this one come in – just make your own, in your own way and Bingo! It is allowed! You can have your own iced tea to enjoy in the heat, or serve it up on your next Thai night with friends!

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