When you're looking for a morning boost, there's nothing like a cup of coffee. But caffeine alone won't tide you over until lunchtime.Keep reading to learn about 10 things that can add protein to your java fix, from butter to dried mushrooms.Butter is a key ingredient in "Bulletproof" coffee."Bulletproof" coffeea popular beverage among Paleo and Silicon Valley crowdsfeatures butter as a primary ingredient.This blend of grass-fed butter, medium-chain triglycerides (partially man-made fats found in coconut oil), and brewed coffee is designed to help drinkers stay full and burn fat by increasing the body's production of ketones.Egg coffee is a Scandinavian innovation.Coffee may be one of the more surprising things you can improve with an egg.A Scandinavian innovation, egg coffee is a great way to get protein in your morning joe. It's brewed by boiling a mixture of raw egg, coffee grounds, and water, and then straining the concoction.Blend whey protein and coffee for a cappuccino-like beverage.You may be familiar with whey from the nursery rhyme "Little Miss Muffet," or from your local vitamin and supplements store, where it's typically sold as a powder.Studies have shown that this milk protein, which is separated from casein or formed during cheese-making, boasts health benefits ranging from lowering cholesterol to supporting weight loss. It's also favored by gym-goers seeking to build up muscles.Add whey protein to your coffee by stirring it in, or combine coffee and whey in a blender for a foamy beverage with a cappuccino-esque consistency.See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..