An awesome recipe for Coconut Milk Coffee Creamer. This creamer is vegan, gluten-free, paleo-friendly, no processed sugar, no preservatives, healthy fats from whole foods, free from trans-fats, and (most important) super tasty! And, it’s a great way to give up processed sugar and dairy from your morning coffee.
Personal Coffee Maker
The folks at Capresso sent me this awesome Personal Coffee Maker. I thought I’d share this little coffee maker along with this delicious recipe for Coconut Milk Coffee Creamer.
The Personal Coffee Maker would be great for a dorm room, or small apartment, as it takes up just a little bit of space. And, it makes coffee in a flash! It only took about 3 minutes to make a full cup. So, it would also be great for anyone who’s in a hurry on a busy morning. Maybe you’ve got to drive the kids to school and there’s no coffee. Start this to brew while you throw some shoes on, and you’re all set with a fresh hot cup of coffee that’s all ready to go in a nice mug! And, with a thermal mug, it keeps the coffee hot for quite a while.
I love that this Personal Coffee Maker has a reusable permanent filter, so no paper liners are needed. Less trash always makes me happy!
After I made my cup of coffee I poured in this delicious Coconut Milk Coffee Creamer, and couldn’t get enough of it! Honestly, I ate more than one spoonful of the creamer straight from the jar! It was that good!
I like this creamer because it isn’t as sweet as many of the store-bought versions. Even lots of the homemade ones are like adding dessert to your morning coffee. This is nicely balanced.
Want one of these cool Personal Coffee Makers for yourself?
Coconut Milk Coffee Creamer Recipe
Coconut Milk Coffee Creamer
- ½ cup dates pits removed
- 1 can 13.5 ounces coconut milk
- ½ tablespoon vanilla
- Add all ingredients to the bowl of a high-speed blender, and process until smooth, scraping down the sides of the blender, as necessary. Pour the creamer through a fine mesh strainer to remove any little bits that remain. Store in a jar with a tight fitting lid in the fridge for up to a week. Creamer will thicken as it stands in the fridge.
Makes about 2 cups
I figured about 2 tablespoons per serving, so 16 servings, but that might vary depending on how much you put in your coffee
Adapted from Running with spoons
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