Are you a morning bullet-proof coffee drinker, someone who reaches for an afternoon cold brew cappuccino cold brew or a steady sipper who drinks several cups of joe a day? Instead of pouring your paycheck into the corner coffee shop, did you know you can use your Vitamix blender to achieve café-quality results — and fuel your day for less? From grinding beans to blending brews and frothing foams, we’ll show you how!

The Daily Grind

To experience maximum freshness and flavor, grind whole, roasted coffee beans. Attach the Dry Grains Container to your Vitamix blender and add your favorite variety of beans. Select Variable Speed 1 and increase speed slowly to Variable 8. Grind for 10 seconds. Voila — fresh coffee grounds in no time! Here’s a video to show you just how simple it is.

A Better Brew

Use the fresh grounds for your favorite coffee brewing method, such as French press or espresso. Or, try the pour over method and watch as simmering hot water drips down to create the perfect DIY pick-me-up. It’s also easy to make iced coffee drinks at home with your Vitamix blender. Of course, you can whip up your favorite frozen drinks, too, like the Cappuccino Smoothie or Moco Coco Chilled Coffee.

Consider Your Cream

Tired of traditional dairy creamers? Try non-dairy alternatives like oat, cashew or spiced chai milk to provide a smooth, creamy texture and an updated flavor profile.

To Top It All Off

The Aer Disc Container works wonders when a coffee craving strikes. The container’s unique design makes it possible to create hot or cold foam for single servings or batches quickly and easily. Cappuccino or macchiato, anyone? If you’re feeling extra indulgent, garnish drinks with a dollop of homemade whipped cream, shavings of paper-thin chocolate or a sprinkling of espresso powder for a stronger finish.

Share your Vitamix-powered fuel fix with #MyVitamix for a chance to be featured on our channel. Need more creative inspiration? Check out this Mushroom Coffee with Whipped Coconut Milk and Collagen from Chef Seamus Mullen.