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Try This RD's Iced Whipped Coffee — With A Skin-Enhancing Add

Maggie Michalczyk, R.D.
Registered Dietitian & Cookbook Author
By Maggie Michalczyk, R.D.
Registered Dietitian & Cookbook Author
Maggie Michalczyk, R.D., is a registered dietitian with a B.S. in dietetics from Michigan State University. She specializes in seasonal recipes and millennial nutrition for women.
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August 5, 2020

Sure, you might have heard of the trendy whipped coffee by now, but how about collagen whipped coffee? The collagen helps to give this coffee even more texture, plus benefits for your hair, skin, nails and more.* Win, win.

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This fancy whipped version feels like a treat, although you can always just add collagen to your coffee and mix it together until it dissolves—it's a super-easy way to help promote skin health and joint protection, and the curcumin and L-glutamine in mbg's formula help with healthy immune and gastrointestinal function.* I love finding new ways to incorporate collagen into my meals and snacks, and my coffee is no exception!

You can totally make this elevated whipped coffee at home with just a few simple ingredients—all it takes is a few tweaks, and it can easily brighten up your morning. Taking a few minutes to make one (for you and your family, perhaps) can add a little more joy to your cup of joe! 

Elevate your whipped coffee with grass-fed collagen
Image by Maggie Michalczyk / Contributor
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Iced Collagen Whipped Coffee

Ingredients:

  • 2 tbsp. instant coffee
  • 2 tbsp. mbg's grass-fed collagen+
  • 2 tbsp. coconut sugar
  • 2 tbsp. boiling water
  • 1 cup unsweetened nut milk of your choice 
  • Handful of ice
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Method:

  1. Add all of the ingredients together into a bowl, adding the boiling water last. 
  2. Using a hand mixer on the highest speed or a stand mixer with the whisk attachment on one of the highest speeds, whisk until the coffee mixture resembles the texture of whipped cream (about 3 to 5 minutes depending on your mixer). 
  3. Pour nut milk over ice and spoon the whipped coffee mixer on top—enjoy!
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Maggie Michalczyk, R.D.
Maggie Michalczyk, R.D.
Registered Dietitian & Cookbook Author

Maggie Michalczyk is a Chicago-based registered dietitian specializing in seasonal recipes and millennial nutrition for women. She received a B.S. in dietetics from Michigan State University, and is a regular contributor to numerous health and wellness outlets. Michalczyk shares her attainable wellness tips and seasonal recipes on her blog Once Upon a Pumpkin.

She strives to empower women to love their bodies and have a positive and confident relationship with food. Through her love of cooking and baking she aims to help her community further their knowledge of the foods that make them feel good and see that food is so much more than calories in and calories out. When she's not whipping something up in the kitchen, she is exploring the food scene in Chicago and abroad with her husband.