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How To Make Black Coffee At Home

[Instant Black Coffee Recipe]

Being a Black Coffee Aficionado, I can understand leaving coffee for the sake of cutting carbs is next to impossible. 

So, here’s how you can switch over to black coffee to avoid heavy cream and sugar. You can also make coffee easily using a coffee maker.

But some might not know the exact and easy black coffee recipe. Knowing the recipe is necessary because it’s not possible to order black coffee at any time we want. 

So, this article is going to be your savior and it will help you with the process of making black coffee easily at your home. Also, check the best coffee brands that make the perfect cup for you. 

At scratch, you might not like the bitter taste, so you also get options to slowly turn towards Black coffee. Why wait for more, let’s begin with the recipe then. 

Instant Black Coffee Recipe

Instant Black Coffee Recipe

Yes, black coffee is a little bit bitter, bit-bitter sounds like a tongue twister, right?

But the taste of this coffee will surely untangle your twisted thoughts and help you to unwind new ideas. Not only thoughts, but it also helps in putting weight off. 

You will require the following ingredients to make a black coffee at your home. So, check the list here and gather all ingredients before beginning the preparation. 

After gathering these ingredients, you can prepare the black coffee easily.

Let’s See thee Simple Black Coffee Recipe here

  • Take a vessel and put 1 cup of water to boil.
  • Take the coffee mug and put 0.5 tsp of instant coffee powder in it.
  • You can also add 0.5 tsp of brown sugar (optional) along with the coffee powder.
  • Now, the water might be on the verge of boiling. Let it boil and then add little boiled water in the mug where you have already added coffee powder.
  • Stir it till the coffee powder dissolves and then add left-over hot water in the mug.
  • Serve it hot.
Making Black Coffee

This is the easiest recipe to make a 1 serving black coffee. As the serves increase, the measurements of coffee powder, water, and sugar also change accordingly.

What if you have a Moka Pot to make the black coffee?

Let’s see how to make black coffee in Moka Pot.

How to Make Black Coffee? [Black Coffee Using Moka Pot]

moka pot

Drinking black coffee, in the proper amount, will ultimately help you with weight loss. Not only that, but it also has several health benefits.

Let’s look at the steps you have to follow to make coffee using Moka Pot.

  • Take the Moka pot and clean it properly if you find coffee leftovers anywhere in the machine.
    Fill the boiler of the pot with water.
coffee in moka pot
  • Place the small dotted cup (Funnel Tank) above the water.
  • Take the coffee that you like and fill it in the cup.
  • Press it using a spoon and firm it. 
water in moka pot
  • Now fix the top portion of the pot and close the pot properly.
  • Place the pot on the burner for 3-4 minutes on low flame.
  • And now, your fresh coffee is ready to sip.
  • Pour the coffee out of the pot in a cup.
  • And your cup of black coffee is ready.
Moka Pot Coffee

These are the two methods usually through which you can make your favorite black coffee. 

After reading the recipes, it’s half expected that you might think about other advantages of black coffee. So, let’s look at them.

Advantages of Black Coffee

Advantages of Black Coffee

Today everyone avoids things that adversely affect their health sooner or later. And black coffee is neither harmful nor nutritious to their health. 

Nutritional Value

It consists of the following elements: (an 8-ounce coffee cup)

  • Potassium: 4%
  • Fat: 0%
  • Sodium: 0%
  • Cholesterol: 0%
  • Sugar: 0%
  • Carbohydrates: 0%

As you can see, black coffee does not contain any nutrition but just 4% potassium. But the main thing to take note of is: It has no Fat, Cholesterol, Sugar, Sodium, and Carbohydrates. 

So, you can consume it regularly to avoid carbs and fats. 

Don’t worry there are other advantages of black coffee too. Let’s have a look at them.

Rich antioxidants

When you consume black coffee, you get to drink a liquid that is a powerhouse of Vitamins B2, B5, B3, and other antioxidants like Mg, K, and Mn.

It helps to reduce the risk of diabetes, heart attack, etc. Hence, you improve your health by routine consumption of black coffee.

Helps in Losing Weight

black coffee helps in fat loss advantge

Certain people drink Black coffee and think they will lose weight immediately from the next day. But it’s not true.

The fact that black coffee helps in losing calories, but if you do not perform some basic exercises, you cannot lose much weight.

So, the perfect time to drink black coffee is around 30 minutes before you begin exercising. It increases your metabolism up to 50% and hence you can exercise accordingly. 

Moreover, it also burns tummy fat as it’s one of the best fat-cutting beverages. It boosts the nervous system and signals your body to cut fat cells and work as an energy source for the body.

Good for heart

black coffee good for heart

Regular consumption of a cup of coffee reduces the risk of increasing Blood Pressure and also helps strengthen cardiovascular health. 

Also, studies show that one who drinks black coffee every day, or those who are regular coffee drinkers has less risk of certain heart diseases.

These certain diseases include heart stroke too. It concludes that drinking black coffee over time gifts strength to your heart. Additionally, it also reduces body inflammation.

Cleanses stomach

Coffee is a diuretic beverage, the more you drink it, the more often you will have to pass the liquid waste out of your body. 

This means bacteria and toxins are thrown out of your stomach whenever you urinate. Hence, it cleans your digestive system and keeps you healthy

Good for liver

The most important benefit of black coffee is the one that boosts the health of the liver. 

The liver is one of the vital organs in our body and it also carries multiple functions. So, keeping the liver healthy is an important task for us. And a cup of black coffee will help you with that. 

The timely consumption of black coffee can prevent liver cancer, hepatitis, liver diseases, and also alcoholic cirrhosis.

Studies say that people consuming 4 cups of black coffee each day have lower chances of liver ailments. It is because black coffee has low levels of liver enzymes that are harmful to the liver.

Improves memory

Black coffee is said to be working well to improve our memory. As our age increases, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, etc., ailments that are related to memory start to attack us.

But if you drink coffee regularly then you can combat these diseases as black coffee keeps your brain healthy and fit. It keeps the nerves of your brain active and improves brain functioning.

It may prevent the risk of cancer development

Studies show that regular black coffee drinking can lower the risk of developing different types of cancers. It decreases the risk of rectal cancer, liver cancer, colon cancer, breast cancer, etc.

It also reduces inflammation in our body that helps the formation of tumors and prevents their development.

Still, got doubts about black coffee? We have a small FAQs section already prepared. Let’s see what questions people are asking about black coffee.

FAQs about Black Coffee

Coffee contains heavy caffeine and it is one of the most common caffeine substances consumed across the world.

The safe consumption level of the coffee depends on the variety of filter coffee, french press, etc., you are using. You can consume 50-400 mg of coffee in a day. Caffeine in certain coffee beans is more so before brewing more coffees, do not exceed 400 mg of coffee in one day.

One cup of coffee contains 100 mg caffeine. So, the calculation is simple, a small brew cup can provide 50 mg per cup while an 8-ounce cup provides 100 mg. It is safe for almost all adults till we consume 400 mg, i.e., four 8-ounce cups of black coffee in a day.

Coffee can cause discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract as it causes increased stomach acid (HCL) production. So, if you have black coffee while having an empty stomach, regularly, it might cause damage to the stomach lining. Even the coffee that is decaffeinated can damage the empty stomach.

Black coffee has one element – chlorogenic acid. It is known to increase weight cutting. If you consume a cup of black coffee after lunch or dinner, this acid will decrease the making of glucose in your body.

Moreover, new fat cell production is also decreased. Additionally, caffeine increases metabolism and increases energy in our body. This promotes weight loss.

Yes, you can brew black coffee using the coffee maker machine similar to the Moka pot coffee-making process.

Generally, a coffee machine is an electronic device that operates on electricity. Drinking coffee made in this machine does no harm.

Just put water and coffee powder, and place the cup under the nozzle/tap.
The coffee will itself flow out of this nozzle and you can collect it in the perfect cup.

The coffee that is made up of just roasted bean powder and boiled water is called black coffee. It has no milk, cream, sugar, etc., and is bitter in taste. Whether to have it light or dark depends on your taste.

Perfect time to have a black coffee’s somewhere between 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

faqs of black coffee

Final Words

I hope you become a black coffee addict soon but make sure you do not over intake it. It has disadvantages too. It may cause inflammation and might also cause sleep disorder. So, stay safe and get to us through the comment section if you have any doubts.

About your guide

Shreyal Shingala is a Content Writer and also a Product tester at BestCheck. Overseeing the content and products, she edits our preceding articles too. Along with that, she loves to spend time with her family when she got her leisure time.

Previously, she worked as a content writer and researcher for a digital marketing agency and has written in different niches like blogs, comparison guides, entertainment, and many more.