Hi Bren, Yes you can add MCT oil if you wish, but you may need to stir or shake your creamer before using to make sure the oil is fully incorporated. They are both strong flavors, so start with small amounts and adjust to taste. The great thing about this creamer, other than it being zero carb and delicious, is that … - Alexis, @100KetoDays "I just love the vanilla flavor in matcha and coffee!" It makes it super simple to make a creamy low carb latte. Cinnamon or peppermint flavoring will work great. Whether you have a milk allergy, love coconut milk or simply think you feel better on a dairy-free diet, this coconut milk Keto Power Coffee This simple recipe is an easy way to make an MCT-based coffee drink for the first time. Adding MCT oil to the creamer helps with the mouthfeel and richness factor, but it can be omitted, if desired. Mix and enjoy!" If you've gone keto, you know everything can be keto-fied—even your morning coffee. Omega Power Creamer is an all-in-1 blend of organic grass fed ghee, MCT oil, and organic extra virgin coconut oil. https://www.recapo.com/.../dr-oz-bulletproof-coffee-butter-coffee-recipe-mct-oil Then add 2 tbsp MCT Creamer, 2 tbsp heavy cream, 2 tbsp Torani Sugar-Free Vanilla Syrup and ice. - Tiffany Napper, Natural Force Social Media Manager "My favorite Keto Coffee Creamer recipe is a basic cold brew almond milk latte. MCT oil and coffee work together synergistically along with organic grass-fed butter to create a powerful beverage designed to help kickstart your day. MCT is preferred over other refined coconut oils, but refined coconut oil can be used as can another liquid oil such as avocado, almond, macadamia, pumpkin seed, walnut, almond, or your favorite.