Even when I’m on top of my healthy eating game, I still put creamer in my coffee because I love myself. After more recently becoming lactose intolerant, I started noticing how many coffee creamers are milk-based. And putting almond milk in my coffee at home somehow doesn’t taste the way it does when they do it at Dunkin’ Donuts. Am I right?

Since I discovered Nature’s Charm sweetened condensed coconut milk, I’ve been finding all of the ways I can utilize its goodness. I put it to the test for coffee creamer, and it did not disappoint. If I haven’t convinced you to try it yet, here are some other perks:

  • Three ingredient recipe.
  • One dish needed to make – and you store it in the same container. No dish clean-up!
  • It’s dairy-free.
  • Kristyn tested, and Kristyn approved.

What more could you need?

Dairy-Free Coconut Vanilla Coffee Creamer

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Prep: Yield: 1 pintTotal:

You'll Need...

  • 1 can sweetened condensed coconut milk
  • 1 1/2 cup milk of choice (almond, coconut, soy, etc.)
  • 1 T vanilla extract or vanilla bean paste*

Directions

  1. Add all ingredients to a mason jar.
  2. Shake until combined.

Additional Notes

*Add more vanilla to your liking! I love vanilla so I tripled that amount.

This can be made in a blender or mixed in a bowl if you do not have a jar.

As they say, may your Monday be short and your coffee be strong.

-K

P.S. If they don’t sell sweetened condensed milk at your local grocery store, Amazon has it!


Nature’s Charm Sweetned Condensed Coconut Milk, 11.25 Oz. (Pack of 4)*

 

 

 


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