Spring has Sprung! The world is different right now, take comfort in the small things. LoLo Spring Collagen Creamers are a delicious and nutritious way to nurture yourself and brighten your daily routine during this challenging time.
For a limited-time you can savor these tasty additions to your favorite coffee or tea beverage. As Always–No Sugar. No Junk. All Good.
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut
Buttery smooth and creamy sweet white chocolate with a touch of nutty macadamia. Our White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Collagen Creamer makes a deliciously decadent latte. Available for a limited time.
About Our Collagen Creamer
+Grass-Fed, Pasture Raised, Collagen Protein, No Additives or Fillers
+Made from USDA Organic Coconut Milk
+Great Natural Source of MCTs
+Keto, Paleo and Low-Carb
BENEFITS OF ORGANIC COCONUT MILK
+GREAT SOURCE OF MEDIUM-CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES (MCTs)
+SOURCE OF GOOD FATS
+LAURIC ACID-WHICH HAS ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES
+AMINO ACIDS, FATTY ACIDS, PHOSPHOLIPIDS
WHY WE MADE THIS
My daily ritual involves having coffee or tea with some form of fat–it’s ranged from grass-fed butter, coconut oil, coconut milk, to MCT oil. Without the fat, I get very jittery and anxious from the caffeine in the coffee and tea.
LoLo Flo Collagen Creamer was born out of my need to take my collagen and good fat MCTs with me when I travel. It isn’t messy or greasy and makes it super-convenient and portable when on the road or outdoors.
Our Collagen Creamer is made with USDA Organic Coconut Milk blended with the Grass-Fed, Pasture-Raised Collagen Peptides. The creamer dissolves easily in hot liquid and makes my coffee super-creamy and delicious. It also alleviates my hunger and allows me to extend my fast with the naturally-occurring MCTs in the coconut milk.
HOW TO USE
Mix one serving scoop with 8 to 10 ounces of liquid.
Dissolves best in hot and warm temperature liquids.
For cold liquids add to warm or hot temperature liquid until dissolved and add ice to chill.
Blends easily in smoothies and shakes.
Add to baked goods, soups, sauces and other recipes that could use an additional fatty protein boost.