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Powdered Vanilla Coconut Creamer

Creamy rich, dairy free Powdered Vanilla Coffee Creamer is possible, and it couldn't be easier to make!

Powdered Vanilla Coconut Creamer: Home Sweet Homestead - Creamy rich, dairy free Powdered Vanilla Coffee Creamer is possible, and it couldn't be easier to make! #coffeecreamer #homemadecoffeecreamer #dairyfree

Powdered Vanilla Coconut Creamer

I can not get my day started without my morning cup of coffee, two if it was a rough night. I literally can't wake myself up without it. I love creamer in my coffee, but after finding out I was allergic to dairy, I had to give it up. I was not a happy camper.

So I tried non dairy creamer for awhile, but hated the fake chemical taste it had. Plus, they are not truly dairy free. So I started experimenting with making my own, and had amazing success with using powdered coconut milk.

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I like my coffee creamer flavored, so I added a little vanilla powder and Stevia, and knew I had a winner after the first sip. That's right, just three ingredients is all you need to make a delicious dairy free powdered coffee creamer! The slightly sweetened flavors of coconut and vanilla come together to make my morning coffee delicious, and starts my day off just right.

This creamer gives your coffee a creamy rich mouthfeel, because of the coconut oil in the powdered coconut milk, and an ever so subtle hint of coconut flavor, which I absolutely love. I use two tablespoons per cup of coffee, and it is perfect for me. My favorite coffee cup holds 12 ounces though, so you may want to use more or less for yours.

Vanilla Coconut Creamer - Home Sweet Homestead - Creamy rich, dairy free Powdered Vanilla Coffee Creamer is possible, and it couldn't be easier to make! #coffeecreamer #homemadecoffeecreamer #dairyfree

The creamer does clump a little, but the lumps can be easily removed by stirring it a few times before scooping it out of the jar. It will dissolve completely once you put it in the hot coffee.


Printable recipe

Powdered Vanilla Coconut Creamer

Ingredients

2 cups powdered coconut milk
2 tablespoons Stevia (regular granulated sugar may be used, but you will have to double the amount)
2 tablespoons powdered vanilla (not liquid vanilla extract)

Directions

Place the powdered coconut milk, Stevia, and vanilla powder in a bowl and whisk well to combine.
Transfer to an airtight container and store in a cool, dark place.
Use within 3 months. (Not a problem for me, it usually last me about two weeks)

April's tips:

  • Switch up the flavor possibilities of this creamer, by adding your flavored powder of choice. Add 2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon, or 2 teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice, or 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa. Leave vanilla powder at the same amount as stated in the recipe, and adjust Stevia or sugar to taste.
  • This creamer is a-m-a-z-i-n-g in hot cocoa! 
  • Where can I find powdered vanilla, or powdered coconut milk? Sometimes health food stores carry them, or you can purchase them on Amazon. Just click on the items below.



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