Deliciously Simple Homemade Coffee Creamer Recipes

Want to Try Some Healthier Home Made Coffee Creamers? Check Out These Recipes!

Love a little cream in your coffee but want better options than what’s sold at the grocery store? Store-bought coffee creamers often lack the taste, ingredients, and health benefits sought after by health-conscious coffee drinkers. Not to mention, they can be pretty expensive, especially these days. The good news is that making your own DIY homemade coffee creamer is not only easy but might even be better for you in the long run! 

Once you've tried this do-it-yourself homemade coffee creamer recipe, you probably won't ever want to go back to using preservative-filled store-bought creamer concoctions again. This quick and simple homemade coffee creamer recipe uses just a few ingredients so that you can enjoy fresh, creamy coffee, on demand while also saving money!


The Simplest and Best Home-Made Vanilla Creamer Recipe

This is by far the easiest and tastiest homemade coffee creamer recipe that can be made in less than a minute! 


• Sweetened condensed milk 

• Half and Half 

• Pinch of Salt

• Vanilla Extract (or your preferred flavoring extract)


• Container with a lid (Pitcher, mason jar, etc.)


In a clean mason jar or container with a lid, combine equal parts half and half and sweetened condensed milk. Then, add vanilla extract to taste. Add a pinch of salt as well, as this gives the mix a more savory taste. Shake the container until everything is well 

How To Make Your Own Keto Coffee Creamer At Home

Forget using sugary carbohydrate-filled coffee creamers from the grocery store and make your own keto creamer with this easy recipe. 


• Heavy Whipping Cream

• Coconut Or Almond Milk 

• Stevia (or Your Preferred Low-Carb Sweetener) 

• Vanilla Extract 

• Pinch of Himalayan Salt

• Spices If Desired (Cocoa Powder, Cinnamon, Pumpkin Pie Spice, Etc.)


• A jar with a Lid or a Pitcher


Put all of the ingredients into your container or mason jar, give it a shake until well combined, and Voila! You're done. This creamer can be kept in your fridge for up to three weeks. 

Tips for Making Organic Coffee Creamer / Healthy Paleo Creamer

Looking for a healthier coffee creamer option that you can make from home? This healthy creamer is paleo-friendly, healthy, and dairy-free, so if you’re lactose-intolerant or following a special diet, it’s a good choice. 


For this organic paleo-friendly coffee creamer, you can use 1 cup of organic full-fat coconut cream, 1 cup of organic almond milk, 1/2 cup of organic coconut sugar, 1 tsp of sea salt, and 1 real vanilla bean pod. 


Combine the full-fat coconut cream, almond milk, and coconut sugar in a saucepan and whisk it together. Warm the mixture until it just starts to boil and then remove it from heat. Be very careful not to actually let it fully boil. 

Next, scrape the seeds from your vanilla bean pods and stir them into the warm organic coffee creamer mixture. Cover the saucepan and let everything sit while still hot for about 30 minutes so that the vanilla bean flavors can fully Infuse into the cream mixture. 

Once cooled, stir again with a whisk. Then, pour the creamer into an airtight glass mason jar. Store in your fridge for up to two weeks! 


FAQs On Coffee Creamers You Can Make From Home

Now, let’s go over some frequently asked questions on coffee creamer DIY recipes that you can make at home.


How to make coffee creamer myself? 

There are many easy ways to make coffee creamer yourself! Primarily, you will need a cream base and a sweetening ingredient. Then, you can add the flavors you like and combine everything together. Homemade coffee creamer can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for a couple of weeks. Brown sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, heavy whipping cream, half and half, coconut cream, and almond milk, are all popular ingredients in homemade coffee creamer. 


Why make your own coffee creamer? 

There are plenty of reasons to start making your own coffee creamer. Let's quickly go over why making your coffee creamer might be the better option.


  • Additives, Oils, and Chemicals - For one thing, store-bought coffee creamers tend to have an extensive list of ingredients, many of which with names that are difficult to pronounce, much less identify. Preservatives, artificial flavorings, seed oils, and additives can make these creamers undesirable. By making your own creamer, you can avoid using ingredients that aren't ideal for your diet, lifestyle, or health. 


  • Sugar Content and Carbs - Store-bought coffee creamers are often sweetened with corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, and other inadequate ingredients. However, homemade creamer can be sweetened using agave syrup, coconut sugar, brown sugar, condensed milk, or whichever sweeteners you prefer. If you are following a low-carb or ketosis diet, a homemade coffee creamer can be the perfect solution. 


  • Taste the Difference - You will definitely be able to taste the difference when you make homemade coffee creamer versus using store-bought creamer. Not only does homemade coffee creamer made with condensed milk and real vanilla extract have an authentic and “real” taste, but it produces a smoother texture and a more palatable aftertaste. 

What are some coffee creamer flavor options? 

You can add all sorts of flavorings to these creamers! Extracts, spices, you name it! Or, you can just make simple vanilla coffee creamer and then add it to flavored coffee for an exemplary brew!


When will homemade creamer go bad? 

Depending on the ingredients you have used in your homemade coffee creamer, you can usually expect it to last for about 2 weeks when refrigerated. However, if the primary ingredient of your homemade coffee creamer is heavy whipping cream, it may last a little bit longer in the fridge.

The high-fat content of heavy whipping cream helps keep cream from going bad shortly after being exposed to air. The reason that most heavy creams you buy at the grocery store have such a long shelf life, to begin with, is their Ultra-High Temperature (UHT) processing. Ergo, UHT heavy cream is pasteurized, which makes it especially stable without the need for preservatives or additives. 

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