Keto iced coffee, Uncategorized

Iced Keto Coffee

I’ve been playing around with some iced keto coffee in the morning and this is by far my favorite.

It tastes like a little slice of heaven. And I’ve been losing about an average of a 1/2 pound a day since starting the keto diet with this drink for breakfast.

It’s entirely keto friendly and packed full of nutrients to start your day off right.

iced keto coffee

**Now, I’ve added some health nut things like collagen, organic spinach, and protein powder…but those three aren’t entirely necessary to make this recipe, so don’t worry if you don’t have them.

**I will tell you, you cannot taste the spinach AT ALL and it’s a much needed nutritional punch for you, so you should try it!

**The protein powder helps keep you full longer and gives you a great dose of protein. I use Optimum Nutrition Extreme Chocolate from GNC.

**And I use Vital Proteins Collagen for a boost to healthy bones and sooo much more.

  • Many benefits to collagen: helps improve hair, skin, nails, ligaments, tendons, bones and joints.

Ingredients below for you!


1/2 cup coffee

1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk

2 tbs MCT oil

pinch of cinnamon

1 tbs heavy whipping cream

1 cup of ice

handful of spinach (promise you can’t even taste it!)

1 scoop chocolate extreme protein powder

10 macadamia nuts

1 scoop collagen powder

*blend well in a mixer of your choice (I use a Vitamix blender)

*tip: put your coffee and almond milk in first with the macadamia nuts and blend well before you add all other ingredients. It will ensure no chunks from your nuts in there. I’m texture sensitive, so I’m always careful to blend textures longer with my liquids to avoid any chunks.

Melissa Fietsam

iced keto coffee smoothie

Rent College books, Uncategorized

How to Rent College School Books

Getting your college books is ridiculously expensive. So I want to make sure everyone know about this.

You can RENT your college books for a fraction of the cost.

top five Classic

My son is a junior in college at Miami University of Ohio. And books for a semester can cost anywhere from hundreds to up over $1000. But we’ve never paid close to that.

There’s a ton of websites that can help you find the cheapest books online and even rent them. All you do is send them back after the semester is over.

We have been using AMAZON BOOK RENTALS for 3 years. We print a pre-paid label after the semester is over, box it¬† up, drop it off at UPS and BAM! We’re done.

So if you or someone you know has a kid heading off to college, make sure they know this shortcut.

Websites to help:


Melissa Fietsam