Homemade Dairy & Non-Dairy Coffee Creamers in 25 Flavors

Flavored coffee creamers are delicious, but if you’re an avid coffee drinker, that $3 per bottle can add up fast! Making your own is easy and can potentially save you more than $10-15 a month. Here is a delicious, tried and true recipe collection for homemade dairy & non-dairy coffee creamers in 25 Flavors!
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Before we share the recipe we want to clear something up- if you prefer Store-Bought Creamers- use the recipes as indicated below to match the flavor. If you prefer the Flavored creamer but DON’T like the sweetness that they add to the coffee use EVAPORATED Milk Instead of Sweetened Condensed Milk.

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Measure all ingredients into blender and whip until well blended. Pour into a container, cover and refrigerate until needed. (Store in fridge up to 2 weeks)

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  1. example flavorings:
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    salted caramel: 2-3 Tbs Caramel Ice cream topping, 1/2 tsp salt( or use torani salted caramel or caramel sauce with sea salt)
    white chocolate- (powder 1 cup of white chocolate chips in a blender by pulsing)- you’ll need to heat this one with the other ingredients in a saucepan until combined ( or buy white chocolate sauce and skip needing to heat anything up.)

    i have also used fat free/low fat heavy whipping cream and warmed it up in my microwave, adding the coffee syrups from torani & davinci, then whipping it with a handheld frother tool (bed bath and beyond) or a regular whisk to make my drinks lattes.

    • Example flavorings:
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      White Chocolate- (powder 1 cup of white chocolate chips in a blender by pulsing)- you’ll need to heat this one with the other ingredients in a saucepan until combined.

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      I did the pulsing of the white chocolate chips and heated all the ingredients, anxiously waiting to try my White Chocolate Raspberry creamer I love. Unfortunately the melted chocolate chips leaves a ‘greasy’ film on top of my coffee. I also used 4T of sugar free raspberry Toriani syrup and it was too much.

      I should have only used 2T. Next time I will use the sugar Free Toriani White Chocolate Syrup and try using soy milk..

  2. i just used 1 T of cocoa powder and water to make a thin paste. Added 1 tsp of cherry and 1 tsp of coconut. MAN is this stuff delish!

  3. i’ve been wondering…. would evaporated milk work in the basic mix? i am diabetic and any way to cut down on the calories would be very helpful.

    • I’ve been wondering…. would evaporated milk work in the basic mix? I am diabetic and any way to cut down on the calories would be very helpful.

      Yes. I have tried it with the evaporated milk. It’s not as sweet (as one would imagine) but you could add sweetener of your choice to your coffee or even to the creamer.

  4. i have been making this french vanilla creamer can’t keep enough in the house. i am saving so much money. even if our prices are higher in hawaii the price of a store brought creamer is 20x more than if I just buy the condense milk and make my own…thank you

  5. i actually quit drinking coffee for a couple of weeks; but i enjoy it soooo much that i don’t stay away for long. i just made the french vanilla this morning & i am in love!!!!!! i used vanilla flavored almond milk instead of the skim milk, the sweetened condensed milk and vanilla extract and it was perfect.

    great recipe – would never know it is not store bought creamer.

  6. i love the caramel macchiato flavor but don’t know what to use to myo
    caramel syrup
    sweetened condensed milk

    what is the macchiato flovoring ??

  7. i am going to try a few of these fabulous flavours. i am addicted to second cup and starbucks.:caffeineoverload: this will really save me some money!!!!
    :approved1:

  8. any suggestions on what i could use to make a turtle (chocolate, pecan, carmel) flavor. i tried using almond extract but it’s not right. i love the somas.

    can’t wait to try the black forest next

    • Any suggestions on what I could use to make a Turtle (chocolate, pecan, carmel) flavor. I tried using almond extract but it’s not right. I love the somas.

      Can’t wait to try the black forest next

      So I started with the salted caramel and added some chocolate syrup to it and it is fantastic! I am having so much fun trying all the flavors and creating my own. Just made the Irish Cream this morning and it is Yummy!

  9. great recipe with lots of variations. my boomerangs can’t tell the difference b/w these and store-bought but i sure can tell the difference in $$. thanks:caffeineoverload:

  10. I tried the pumpkin pie creamer and it was awesome! so much better than the store bought version :party1: I tried the recipe a couple of times to adjust the flavorings: here’s what I thought turned out really good: 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice, 1/8 tsp cinnamon, 1/8 tsp allspice, 1/8 tsp nutmeg, 2 tbsps. caramel syrup topping, the sweetened condensed milk and 1 1/2 cups milk ( I prefer 2%) and 4 heaping tbsps.

    of pumpkin puree. Blend in blender until smooth. ( another note: ) I froze the leftover pumpkin in ice cube trays and then transferred them to a large freezer bag for later use.

  11. Hi all Im new here is there a way to make this sugar free? My fiance is a diabetic and would love some pumpkin spice flavor, any ideas? thanks for the help

  12. I dont see any comments from anyone who has tried the non dairy recipe. Would love to know how that taste.

  13. Holy Shit I feel like I hit the jackpot with all of these flavors. I spend at least $40 a month on coffee creamer for our household.

    Thanks!

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