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

From at

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*


  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.


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)*




*We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

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