Coffee Creamer

Heather found a recipe for coffee creamer.  As the fat in the can works for me (it’s very little work, plus after a few stirs the clumps melt away), some need a little more creamy texture and flavor.  All you’ll need for this recipe is an egg, vanilla, coconut oil, and coconut fat from your canned milk.  Try it out and let us know how it turns out for you!

Coconut Coffee Creamer

1 can of room temp full fat coconut milk (Thai Kitchen works well)
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla
2-4 Tbs melted coconut oil

First drain the water from the bottom of the coconut milk can. Then in add the remaining coconut milk to a food processor along with the egg and vanilla. Once the machine is running slowly add the oil. Make sure everything is well combined. This will look frothy and foamy, place in a container and store in the fridge. It will take a few hours or overnight to set up, it will not be pourable. Add this to your coffee by the spoonful or enjoy with mixed berries for a whipped cream replacement.


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