It’s easier than you think to make Homemade Coffee Creamer. Just 3 ingredients needed with add-in options for all the fun flavors.
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Hands up if you need coffee to survive. I’m definitely in that category.
If you’re with me, stick around because this homemade coffee creamer is SO simple to make and adds lots of fun to your morning cup.
I’m an iced coffee year round kind of girl and I love trying all the different coffee creamer flavors.
Whether you like a basic coffee creamer or you love trying fun flavors, this recipe will serve as a great base with great mix-in options included.
Ingredients for Homemade Coffee Creamer
Here’s what you need for a basic DIY coffee creamer:
That’s it for a simple creamer. There are lots flavor and extract options you can add in to make fun flavors. I’ll include lots of ideas and the amounts below.
How to Make Coffee Creamer Recipe
As with the ingredient list, the process for making homemade coffee creamer is super simple.
Place the ingredients in a bowl and whisk away. You can also add them to a large mason jar, screw on the lid and shake until combined. That’s my favorite way to make it.
Store in the refrigerator in the mason jar and give it a good shake before using. You can label the lid with a dry erase marker with the expiration date of the whole milk so you know how long it will be good.
Fun Flavor Options
Here are some delicious flavors to try:
I often divide the batch into two or three so that I can have the choice of different flavors. I’m not that person that likes the same thing every day.
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Homemade Coffee Creamer
- 1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 3/4 cups whole milk
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- Add ingredients to a large mason jar, seal and shake until combined. Or add ingredients to a bowl and whisk until combined.
- Store in a jar or airtight container in the refrigerator and mark with the expiration date of your milk. Shake or stir well before each use.