How to use mct oil powder?
Dec 22, 2020


While MCTs aren’t actually ketones, they can be used as a source of energy, both in the form of fat (because they’re a fat) and ketones (because the body can quickly convert MCTs to ketones). MCTs can be used directly by mitochondria for energy production and can also be made into ketone bodies. It can also assist with weight loss in few different ways, including enhanced satiety and increased resting energy expenditure—but we’ll revisit this later.


Dan loves to have her MCT oil in her tea each morning, and I love to have mine in my coffee, but you could also add it to your hot chocolate, bone broth, matcha or whatever your preferred drink is. Adding the powdered MCT oil will not alter the taste, but will give a nice creamy texture.

The great thing about the powdered MCT oil is that there is no need to blend your drink. You can always blend it if you prefer a nice creamy and frothy drink, but if you are on the go or travelling it is so easy to stir it in. P.S. How good does this Frappuccino look?


Powdered MCT oil is perfect to add to any cold drink as it is tasteless and there is not a need to blend to emulsify it. You could easily add some to your favourite pre-workout drink, protein shake or smoothie to boost your energy levels.

Dan loves to take the Perfect Keto Perform pre-workout drink, which contains some MCT oil before she goes to Crossfit and she has noticed an improvement in her stamina and energy levels. You could try our Chocolate Fat Bomb smoothie recipe which has collagen and MCT oil powder in it.

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We love chia pudding as a great alternative to eggs for breakfast. But it can also be a great snack topped with some berries or granola. Pimping your chia pudding with MCT oil is a quick and easy way to give your self an energy boost and keep you full for longer. Check out our super easy chia pudding recipe here.


We all love a good mug cake when following a ketogenic way of eating. The instant gratification you get from enjoying a warm piece of cake from just a few minutes of work.

Mug cakes are perfect to incorporate some MCT oil into your diet, just add a scoop to your favourite recipe. Check out this Keto Chocolate Mug Cake – yum!

We love powdered MCT oil as it mixes well into our hot drinks. Here is 5 ways to use powdered MCT oil and the benefits of the powdered form of MCT oil.


It is super easy to add a scoop or 2 of powdered MCT oil to your favourite pancake or waffle batter. We love to make Cream Cheese Pancakes and serve them with bacon and sugar-free maple syrup. These ones sound awesome too.

Eat pancakes made with powdered MCT oil and then enjoy suppressed appetite, improved mental clarity and sustained energy – sounds like a win win to me.

How much mct powder per day?

You can add MCT oil to many foods and drinks. Most commonly, you’ll find it in:

  • Smoothies

  • Salad dressing

  •  Coffee

Because most MCT oil has a low burning point, it’s not a good idea to fry things with it.

The amount you should take depends on how well you tolerate it, and what benefit you’re trying to get. The most you should have in a day is around 4 to 7 tablespoons. Ideally, you should spread those tablespoons out throughout the day.

You may not feel well if you eat large amounts of it. You can get:

  •  Stomach pain

  •  Gas

  •  Cramps

  •  Bloating

  •  Diarrhea

  •  Vomiting

Talk to a dietitian to find a dose that’s right for you. And since MCT oil doesn’t have essential fatty acids, you should include other fat in your diet.

How to use mct oil powder in coffee?

One of the things I haven't loved about my boosted coffee variations in the past is that awful oil slick on the top of my cup once the ingredients settle. You know, on the rare occasion that I don't drink my coffee like the world is actually ending any second. Even after I use my milk frother to get it nice and creamy, it still settles and separates again if you don't drink it fast enough.

One of the ways I have been able to counteract the oil slick is by switching over to an MCT Oil Powder instead of the oil. I found an awesome company called Perfect Keto that makes it in a powder form. Not only is it zero net carbs per serving, but it is gluten free, keto, and dairy free too. Before I get too far into what MCTs actually are, let me tell you a little bit more about the convenience of MCT Oil Powder versus MCT oil.

Best MCT Oil Powder Benefits

How to use mct oil powder in baking?

Sweet treats seem a little sweeter when they do your body good. From muffins and cupcakes to bread and cookies, you can find plenty of lightened-up baked goods right here on The Palm. Try adding some MCT to our sweet recipes below:

  • Almond Flour Bread >

  • Chocolate Chip Cookies >

  • Lightened Up Lemon Cake >

  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Muffins >

  • Cinnamon Rolls >

  • Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting >

  • Blueberry Muffins >

The Palm Pro Tip: While one small packet of MCT oil powder isn’t likely to alter the outcome of your baked goods, feel free to break up your packet if it makes you happy. Use half now and mix the other half in our Roasted Garlic Avocado Hummus. Think of it as a nutritious, energy boost now and later.

No-Bake Snacks

Just like many snack recipes utilize protein powder as a hidden healthy ingredient, you can do the same thing with MCT Oil powder! Mix it into energy balls and no-bake bars for a smart and satisfying snack that boosts your burn! Try it out in the recipes below:

  • No-Bake Chocolate Tahini and Mixed Seed Protein Bars >

  • No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Bliss Balls >

  • Peanut Butter Cups >

  • No-Bake Key Lime and Avocado Cheesecake >

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