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by Kelly Bejelly

easily add gelatin to coffee

If there is anything I love, it’s a cup of hot coffee overflowing with cream, cinnamon and gelatin. Yep, that’s right. I love gelatin in my coffee.

I had been slacking on making bone broth every week and I wanted an easy, no fuss way to get the amazing benefits of gelatin in my diet.   After googling, I discovered people were adding it to their coffee and tea.   First, I was worried about the taste.  If you’ve ever made anything with too much gelatin you know that it tastes like old shoes (don’t ask me how I know what old shoes taste like).

Dunkin Donuts is also celebrating this month by highlighting the things you love in their Mug Up contest.

By simply uploading an image of something you love to instagram with the #DunkinMugUp hastag or you can enter here to win the following:

Prizes this month:

A year’s worth of Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee

A $250 VISA® gift card Dunkin’ Donuts mug.

 

 

coffee with gelatin

Need a mug for you coffee? Check out the ones that I sell in my shop! Anyhow, this recipe is easy. I promise that all you will think when you take your first sip is how dang delicious it is.

Coffee with Gelatin
Author: Kelly Bejelly @ A Girl Worth Saving
Prep time: 2 mins
Cook time: 5 mins
Total time: 7 mins
Serves: 1
Ingredients

1 cup of boiling water
1 tbsp ground coffee
1/2 cup of half and half
1 tsp gelain

Instructions

In a french press combine the ground coffee and boiling water and let steep for 5 minutes.
In a small pan over medium heat combine the half and half, cinnamon and gelatin.
Whisk to combine and cook for 3 minutes
Pour the coffee into a mug and top with the half and half. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

I hope by now you’re feeling the love. Show Dunkin’ Donuts your love for coffee by uploading a photo of you and the mug that you love here for a chance to win prizes in the Mug Up Contest.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Dunkin’ Donuts . The opinions and text are all mine.

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