Homemade Coffee Creamer – Over 2 Dozen Flavor Varieties!

Homemade Coffee Creamer - over 2 dozen flavor possibilities with one base recipe!

Back in 2011, I posted a recipe for Homemade French Vanilla Coffee Creamer.  I had no idea it would become as popular as it has!  Millions of views & pins later, and it is still the #1 most popular recipe on the Mrs.  So many people have written in to me with compliments of how much they love it, and I have received so many requests for all sorts of flavors.  Not to mention, all the wonderful suggestions that my wonderful readers have taken the time to leave behind on the comment forms.  So, this extended post with different flavor combinations has been a very long time coming.

Ok, so for whatever flavor of creamer you want, you start off with the same basic ‘base’ recipe.

  • 14oz sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 3/4 cup milk or cream (whole, lowfat, skim, almond, soy, heavy cream, half & half etc – whatever your preference, however the more fat, the more creaminess)

Mix the ingredients together well.  I like to add them to a mason jar and shake it like crazy. You could also opt to use an old (washed) creamer container.  Refer to the directions & tips at the very end of the post as well.

For those of you who want or need a sugar free option.  You can make your own sweetened condensed milk with the sugar substitute of your choice. Now, you can make your own sugar free flavored creamer :)

Starting off with the original french vanilla recipe, here’s a list of the different flavor combinations you can add to the base recipe for your own homemade custom creamer!

Homemade Coffee Creamer - over 2 dozen different flavor possibilities!

French Vanilla Creamer

  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract OR vanilla coffee syrup

Vanilla Bean Coffee Creamer

  • 2 teaspoons vanilla bean paste

Chocolate

  • 2-3 tablespoons chocolate syrup
  • (1 tsp vanilla extract, optional)

Chocolate Almond

  • 1 tablespoon cocoa powder 
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract

Strudel

  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract

Vanilla Caramel

  • 2 tablespoons  caramel ice cream topping
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Chocolate Raspberry

  • 2 teaspoons cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons raspberry syrup

Irish Cream

  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
  • 1 teaspoon instant coffee
  • 1-2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract

Coconut

  • 2 teaspoons coconut extract

Homemade Coffee Creamer - over 22 different flavor possibilities!

Samoa (like the Girl Scout Cookies)

  • 2 teaspoons coconut extract (or sub coconut milk or cream of coconut, heated & strained, for the milk/cream)
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
  • 2 tablespoons caramel ice cream topping

Peppermint Patty

  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
  • 1 teaspoon peppermint extract

Cinnamon Vanilla

  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Pumpkin Spice

  • 3 tablespoons pureed pumpkin
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 4 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Honey Vanilla

  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Homemade Coffee Creamer - over 2 dozen flavor possibilities and one base recipe!

Almond Joy

  • 1-2 teaspoons coconut extract (or sub coconut milk or cream of coconut if you heat it first, strained, in place of the milk & extract)
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup

Sweet Cream

  • Use 1 3/4 cups of heavy cream instead of the milk in the base recipe
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract OR the inside of a vanilla bean, scraped
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract

Chocolate Orange

  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
  • 1-2 teaspoons orange extract

Hazelnut

  • 2 teaspoons hazelnut extract

Chocolate Hazelnut

  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
  • 2 teaspoons hazelnut extract

Cinnamon Cake

  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Salted Caramel

  • 2-3 tablespoons caramel ice cream topping
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt

Eggnog

  • replace milk in base recipe with equal amount of heavy cream
  • 1 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoons rum extract
  • 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

Toasted Almond

  • 2 teaspoons almond extract

 

Directions & Tips:

In all these recipes, anything that has a dry or thick ingredient (like cinnamon, honey, etc..) should be heated up with a small amount of your milk/cream from the base recipe so it can dissolve properly.  You don’t want grainy creamer!  Then, add the rest of the milk/cream along with the sweetened condensed milk.

If you want really creamy creamer, use heavy cream instead of milk in your base recipe.

I stick a piece of tape on my mason jar lid with the expiration date from the milk I used.  I use this as a guideline as to when the creamer should be used by.

Please feel free to play around with amounts of extracts and other ingredients used if you like stronger or less intense flavors!!  And, let your imagination turn, and make up your own combinations. Use this as inspiration to create your very own perfect homemade flavored creamer!

Homemade Coffee Creamer - over 2 dozen flavor possibilities!

 

Homemade Coffee Creamer – Over 2 Dozen Flavor Varieties!

Homemade Coffee Creamer – Over 2 Dozen Flavor Varieties!

Ingredients

  • 14oz sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 3/4 cup milk or cream (whole, lowfat, skim, almond, soy, heavy cream, half & half etc – whatever your preference, however the more fat, the more creaminess)

Instructions

Pour into a large mason jar and shake, shake, shake until combined.

Refer to blog post on MrsHappyHomemaker.com for flavor combinations!

Homemade Coffee Creamer Recipe

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Authored by: Crystal Light Faulkner
  • Heather T.

    I just made vanilla, so easy and tastes good, I had run out of creamer and none was on sale so I decided to give it a try.

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  • Jeannie

    How long will the creamer last?

    • Bethany

      Use the expiration date on your milk. If you use half and half it’s supposed to be used within 7 days of opening the container or it spoils.

  • Jeannie

    Just saw your note about putting the milk expiration date on the lid.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sarasacakli Sara Sacakli

    Tip for adding unsweetened cocoa…in a small dish add a small amount of hot water (like a few tablespoons) then add the cocoa (2 or so tablespoon) mix it around and then add to the creamer. The creamer tasted great thank you!!

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  • RealitySuxx

    O-M-G .. I LOVE YOU!!! I HOARD Pumpkin creamer when it is put in the stores seasonally … and now – I can make my own. THANK YOU!!

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  • Vickie Mullins

    How would you make White chocolate Raspberry. I see you have Chocolate Raspberry. I,v made Some of it. It was pretty good. B ut I love white chocolate. Speedway use to. Feel in love with it. Every morning I would get me a Lg cup of it. So if you could tell me how to make white chocolate Raspberry. I would love you forever.

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      I would try it with melted white chocolate instead of the chocolate syrup.

    • Andrianna Gervais

      Get the Torani Brand White Chocolate Syrup, like what’s in a Starbucks drink.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kelly.hayse.50 Kelly Hayse

    Nestle stopped making cafe latte flavored cremer. I would love to copy that flavor any ideas for that flavor? Thanks kelly

    • http://www.facebook.com/jenny.trinder.90 Jenny Trinder

      The cafe latte is essentially just cream and sugar, so I’d start with a the basic recipe, maybe up the ratio of mik/cream to condensed milk (to lessen any oversweetness) and no flavoring. The cafe latte was my back up after my Pumpkin Spice supply ran out! I guess I’ll just have to start making them for myself.

  • http://www.facebook.com/justaddlaughter Jaime Marie Heath

    I just tried this with regular vanilla. Turned out pretty good! I blogged about it: http://justaddlaughter.blogspot.com/2013/04/homemade-coffee-creamer.html

  • http://www.facebook.com/bdowty Barry Dowty

    I have used one heath bar chopped up fine then heated with the base creamer to make Belgian chocolate toffee

  • http://www.facebook.com/bdowty Barry Dowty

    Also use 2 tbsp of vanilla and 3 tbsp of brown sugar for Creme Brulee

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  • http://www.facebook.com/MelissaWilcox722 Melissa Wilcox

    super yummy. I was horrified when I discovered hydrogenated soybean oil in my coffee creamer. I didn’t follow this recipe 100% (I only used 1 cup of powdered milk and about 1 tablespoon of butter and subbed stevia for the sweetened condensed milk) but it came out amazing. I did the *cinnamon cake* flavor. I am in love!!! I am sure your exact version with the full strength sweetened milk is heaven!

  • Jennifer

    I just made some with fat free milk and fat free sweetened condensed milk and I like it very much!! Thank you for the recipe! I want to experiment with other flavors now :)

  • Debra Andrews

    Thanks very much for these delicious recipes!

  • Michelle

    Do you mind telling where you get your pure extracts? The coconut I got was awful and don’t want to waste money trying different brands. Thank you for the recipes!

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      I make a lot of mine myself, and the rest of mine come from Trader Joes or Whole Foods

    • HockeyMama

      ac mOORE OR mICHAELS IN THE CAKE DECORATING SUPPLY DEPT SELLS EVERY TYPE OF PURE EXTRACT YOU CAN THINK OF..DESIGNED FOR CAKES AND FROSTINGS. tEY AL TASTE YUMMY AND THE AE CONCENTRATED SO JUST A FW DROPS IS ALL YOU NEED

    • Connie Brown

      For pure extracts, check out Whole Foods or an organic grocery store in your area.

    • Natyxia

      Check out Watkins brand, pure and reasonable.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kitty.mcdonaldsills Kitty McDonald Sills

    Does anyone know how to make White Chocolate?
    That’s my favorite and they’re not selling it anymore.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1078737907 Kathy Droege Rueckl

      The white chocolate syrup that Starbucks uses in their white mochas would work in this recipe……not sure if they sell just the syrup though.

      • Andrianna Gervais

        Torani sells a white chocolate syrup that you could use instead. You can get it at places like Smart and Final.

        Starbucks does not sell the Hazelnut, the Caramel, the Chocolate, or the White Chocolate- any of the thick syrups. I’ve asked.

        • Chelsea

          They do actually sell all of those on their website. They are a bit pricey though. It would be less expensive to buy your own coffee creamer at that point.

          • Ashley

            Target sells different flavors of coffee syrup. They might have white chocolate.

      • kgm

        There’s a difference between the syrup and the sauce – if you want the thick creamy white chocolate Torani then get the sauce, they make it in a sugar free variety. The syrup is the thin transparent and light amber colored. I used to buy mine on eBay in gallon jugs – it lasts forever and it is great – it is the same as Starbuck’s uses. I’ve found a new source to buy at a kitchen/restaurant supply place in Branson, MO also.

    • sharon cecil
      • sharon cecil

        I have not tried this but I will,…

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  • http://www.facebook.com/laura.chandler.56 Laura Chandler

    how long does the creamer last?

    • Kate

      I use about a tablespoon or tad more daily, and it made a somewhat large amount (like a bigger bottle of coffeemate. I’m the only one in my house that uses creamer) and it was fresh until I finished: about 3wks? maybe tad longer?

  • Heather Moss

    Thank you thank you! My family wanted a real creamer and stores in our area don’t seem to carry the real deal. This is a life saver!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1078737907 Kathy Droege Rueckl

    I love the Coffemate Creme Brulee…….anyone know what flavors I could use to make that?

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  • Debbie

    does anyone know how to make an amaretto one? I love that recipe.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=759448802 Cherise Roberts Decker

    Would evaporated milk work in place of the condensed milk? I’m trying to make it as low fat and low sugar as possible. TIA!!!

    • Alma

      they have low fat condensed milk, I even think they have it sugar free

      • Kevin

        If it’s sugar free than it’s just Evaporated Milk.

      • chris

        I think I’ve seen SF condensed milk.

  • Anna

    can’t seem to get pintrest’s 3 ‘buttons’ on this page to work :(

  • http://www.facebook.com/caseycane2 Jeanie Rivera

    I think I’ll try making a chocolate strawberry creamer using chocolate syrup and strawberry extract.

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  • Crystal

    I like my coffee black and strong but see some neat Christmas presents in mind now :) Thank you so much!

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  • granny turtle

    Does anyone know how to make s’more creamer? Would love to have a recipe.

  • Jamie Dal Cero

    any idea on Italian sweet cream?

    • Faith D.

      The recipe I found for the Italian sweet creme was just the sweetened condensed milk/milk base. That’s actually what I use.

  • Rachel

    Thank you! Coffee “creamer” at the store is so disgusting. I looked at the ingredients after my family accidentally left the container out for 6 hours and noticed there’s no cream in it at all… just sugar, water, and a bunch of other icky stuff. Thank you so much for posting a REAL recipe!

  • KimberRN

    If you plan on using this for iced coffee, I’d strongly suggest not using the coconut milk method. I tried it, and heating/straining or not, it left me with very unpleasant results- chunky creamer and not very coconut-flavored.

    That being said, I have a variation to share: Cinnamon Vanilla Orange. Just add orange extract to the above cinnamon variations. I once bought whole-bean coffee that was this flavor and it was fab. I just mixed up a batch of this creamer flavor and will be drinking it tomorrow in my iced cinnamon that I take to work.

    I’d like to try to come up with a variation that tastes like Bailey’s Toffee Almond creamer. The obvious ingredients are toffee syrup and almond extract, but I’d like to try to come up with something that doesn’t rely on store-bought syrup. Any thoughts?

  • tracyanne

    I’m dying to know! Where did you find the creamer, cup, spoon and saucer set? I’ve looked high and low for one and can’t seem to find anything similar!

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      They are from the line ‘Temp-tations’ from QVC in the old world pattern.

    • Suzi Schumann

      that looks like something called Temptations that they sell on QVC. I’m not positive, but the pattern looks like it. Beware, once you buy one piece, you keep wanting to buy other pieces to match.

  • Jo Ann Simmons

    Make a double batch and pour half into ice cube trays, cover tightly with plastic wrap and freeze. You can remove them one at a time and keep the rest frozen. Great if you have an unpredictable schedule, or are going for portion control. Put a cube into a 6-8 oz cup and gently melt it in the microwave, or pour just enough hot coffee over it to melt it, then top off with more hot coffee. I don’ recommend dropping a frozen cube into a cup of hot coffe unmelted. It drops the temp of the hot coffee too fast and that first sip is not nearly as satsfying.

    JO ANN

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  • Michelle Lopez

    Amazing choices! Can’t wait to try some of them! Thx!

  • Angela Hisqueenforlyfe Betts

    if i have a 32oz old creamer container how much milk n other ingredents do i need

  • Teri P

    What’s the process for heating/straining the cream of coconut?

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      Heat it until warm & then use a fine mesh strainer to strain :)

  • Heather

    What about a salted caramel mocha creamer? That is my boyfriends fav!

  • KirstenNB

    If you are looking for different extract favors, try your local cake decorating stores! They have many favors of extracts and emulsions.

  • Ashley

    What about blueberry creamer? Coffeemate use to make a a creamer called blueberry cobbler but quit. It was great, reminded me of blueberry muffins more than cobbler..

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      That is one I’m working on – stay tuned :)

      • Kristi Sollosi

        any progress on that one???

    • bleunoko

      I just got a bottle of blueberry flavor syrup so I’ll test it out and report back

      • deb

        Try add equal amounts of vanilla and hazelnut syrups (1/4 each) along w/ the blueberry syrup (1/2), I suspect this will give the “cobbler or pie” type flavor. We do this in our java bar as flavoring w/ any many fruit syrups. Could also add just a hint of cinnamon?

  • bryan

    It’s very good! I made just Cajeta Vanilla.

  • Debra

    thanks for helping me add a little variety to my coffee obsession :)

  • Marcie

    Love all of the creamer recipes, but I am loving the coffee cup more!!!!! Lol. My grandchildren call me “Sassy” . Do you know where I can get one of these cups??? I would greatly appreciate the info. My email is bakerbunch22@comcast.net. Thanks……….

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      It came from The Disney Store several years ago, and actually has Tinkerbell on the opposite side. You could try Ebay or Amazon to see if you could find it! :)

  • Sherry

    I use Southern butter pecan. That’s my favorite. How do you think you could copy that?

    • leeci

      You’d have to use the cooking method, but maybe make the base, pour some into a pan, and cook chopped pecans and butter at a simmer in the base for 15 minutes or so, then strain with a cheesecloth to get the flavor but not the bits of pecan.

      • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

        Great suggestion, thank you Leeci! :)

  • Laurel Carlson

    My favorite is the Coffeemate Italian Sweet Cream. Does anyone know how I would make that?

  • Caro

    Yay, thanks for doing this!! I love my creamers and this will be very fun to try!

  • Kim

    Would it be possible to freeze these creamer….my hubby is the only one that uses creamer and he’s never drink that much coffee in 7 days! Thanks :)

  • Kim

    Would it be possible to freeze these creamers….my hubby is the only one that uses creamer and he’s never drink that much coffee in 7 days! Thanks :)

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      I don’t think they would fare well in the freezer with the dairy factor. I would just cut the recipe in half instead.

      • bleunoko

        Actually dairy freezes quite well. Just freeze in an ice cube tray then pop into a container and take out as needed.

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  • Cassie

    The pumpkin spice coffee creamer tastes like Dunkin Donut’s pumpkin spice. I love that. I split the recipe in half and made pumpkin spice and almond joy.

  • Korryn

    This will be so much cheaper and yummier than buying a bunch of creamer every month! I found this by searching the internet thanks for the recipe!

  • Kathy

    Good, but make it with half and half instead of heavy whipping cream (if you were going that route). Reason is when you shake up the mixture using heavy cream, you end up with whipped topping! Better to use something else…

    • Sandra

      When I use heavy cream I don’t shake vigorously, I just tip the bottle back and forth until incorporated. That way I do not make whipping cream :D

  • Tearesa Tokvam

    I just made the pumpkin spice. Delicious I will never buy it from the store again. Thank You for sharing. Also what about Peppermint mochoa?

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  • Angel O’Connell

    How would make Southern Butter pecan it my fave and hard to find?

    • leeci

      Trying putting some of the base in a pan, then adding butter (maybe 1/2 stick salted) and chopped pecans in to the mix, bring to near boil, then drop and put on a low simmer for 15-20 minutes. Cool the mixture then strain in a cheesecloth. Will need tweaking but it’s a start.

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  • Brittanie Gilliam- Stewart

    I was wondering, have you ever tried to make a powdered coffee creamer? I bought some non fat dairy powder to try to make something but I like my coffee to be carmel-y. Would you have any suggestions?

    Thanks :)

  • Jenn

    Thanks I love the pumpkin spice!

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  • Maggie

    Would UHT milk work, or would it have a scalded taste?, Also I love to put banana extract in Italian Sweet Cream or even Cinnamon Vanilla Cream.

  • Jon Colleen

    My coffee is now happy again!!! I’ve taken sugar out of my daily diet and could not find a satisfactory replacement of my favorite additives…International Delight Chocolate Carmel and Sweet Cream. I made, from the link, Sharon Sincavage’s Sweetened condensed milk with Splenda. I followed your basic recipe and added Torani sugar free French vanilla syrup and almond extract. Wow!!! I’m looking forward to the Holidays and the Pumpkin Spice and Peppermint Pattie creamers. Thank you so much.

  • Mama

    Tiramisu flavor please! Coffee mate made a tiramisu flavor for limited time only and it was the best one :(

  • 1awakeblondie

    I made this recipe today, 100% organic, and it tasted fabulous AND works out to be less money than the stuff you buy at the store.

  • StacieB

    Has any one had any luck with making a blueberry creamer. My husband love the blueberry cobbler. I can’t even find an extract for it?

  • Julie

    All I can say is WOW! I made the Samoa one and it is AWESOME!!!!!!!!

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  • lorrzw

    I can’t wait to try these! would anyone have an idea how to make
    Vanilla Chai. That was one of my favorites

  • My Inner Elle

    Can I just say that this saved my sanity! We moved to Paris one week ago yesterday and flavored coffee creamer DOES NOT exist in this country. Gah!

  • Stephanie

    I was very excited about trying this with the sugar free sweetened condensed milk. I tried the cinnamon cake variation with the homemade sweetened condensed milk, but when I put it in my coffee it just tasted like sweetened condensed milk in my coffee…suggestions? Thanks!

  • CrystalDawn

    My favorite creamer is Heath, like the candy bar….and it’s getting harder and harder to find…any suggestions on Joe to make it at home?

  • Farm Mom

    THANK YOU!!!

  • mary

    Could you find a flavor combo that tastes like pecan praline? They discontinued it and I want it badly!

  • froglee

    Why not use powder creamer. 2c. powder creamer, 2 c. hot water and mix well together in half gallon jug. Then add 3 c cold water. This will give you a base then add your flavors. The base will keep about 1 week in refrigerator.

  • Liza Jane

    Any ideas of what to use if one is lactose intolerant? Thank you

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  • Holly

    ty ty ty! U might not see this since it is an old post. BTW, I have that Tinkerbell mug! SASSY!

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      I see it! :) That’s one of my fave mugs! <3

  • ruthe burpo

    Well, love the great selection, but have to pass :( as these are all liquid. I do no us any liquid coffee creamer or milk in my many many many cups of coffee or hot choc that I drink daily/weekly. Even on vacation I take my POWERED COFFEE CREAMER with me! I have use over the yeas so many liquids, I just prefer the power and so does my tummy. SO…….please someone please make a FRENCH VANILLA OR CARMAIL VANILLA POWERED COFFEE CREAMER……………. PLEASE !

    • asilyad

      Basic cappucino mix–1 qt powdered milk, 1C powdered sugar, 1/2C cocoa powder, 1T cinnamon. Mix in a tightly sealed container and shake. Dink around with variations and tweak to your satisfaction.
      French vanilla: Place 1C sugar and 2-3 chopped vanilla beans into a blender and pulse to a fine powder.
      Double Mocha: 1C cocoa powder and 1C mini choc chips.
      Orange Cappucino: add 1 package unsweetened orange Koolade to the jar.
      Black Forest: Add 1 package black cherry Koolade to the Double Mocha Mix.
      For the adventurous: keep salt and pepper shakers of your favorite flavors to mix and match in each cup of the basic mix.

  • jewels

    Have you made snickerdoodle creamer?

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  • Wendyroo

    Can you use margarine instead of butter for homemade condensed milk?

  • Taara Portela

    Had stumbled across this post a while back, but I just got around to trying it today. Wonderful and deliciously easy! Thanks for sharing all these great combinations. I’ll definitely remember this useful recipe.

  • Paige N Jordan

    French vanilla is actually half vanilla and half hazelnut. Just thought you would like to know. I’m a barista and we make our own French vanilla. Only adding vanilla makes it plain vanilla. French vanilla has a warmer taste but is supposed to be less sweet…. but I like mine sweet. :-)

  • josh

    coffee mate used to make a blueberry cobbler coffee creamer. Any idea how to make a similar one using this recipe?

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      That is one I’m currently working on, and hope to have a successful version before too much longer!

    • Les

      Add me to that list! I miss the blueberry cobbler creamer too!

  • Heather Wood

    You are a genius!!

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      Well, you made my day – thank you! Would you mind telling my kids that? -wink-

  • Christina

    Thank you so much for coming up with this, I’ve become a big proponent of DIY stuff because then you don’t have to guess what you are eating.

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      You’re more than welcome, I’m so glad you’re enjoying it!

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  • Cindy Rinna

    any thoughts on dairy free version? love all the flavors!!!

  • Clair Ellis

    I need help! I am on like my 5th batch of this stuff and the only problem I consistently have is that when I go to use it the condensed milk has settled and I can’t get it to mix in properly. Any ideas? No amount of shaking or stirring helps. HELP!

  • dancermom

    When we want a particular flavor of syrup, often I will heat some jelly until it melts….I wonder if that would work in place of the syrups? Perhaps this would work for the blueberry requests?

    • StacieB

      I have tried with blueberry syrup and jelly with no luck in making the blueberry cobbler creamer :(

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  • michelle

    Can this be frozen?

    • http://MrsHappyHomemaker.com/ Crystal

      I don’t recommend freezing this.

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  • josh

    still no luck with the blueberry cobbler creamer?

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  • Ethnic Food

    Coffee creamer is absolutely yummy. I really love to savor it.

  • nowyouknow

    Nestle CoffeeMate now has fine particles of aluminum in it. Google “96 foods with Nanoparticles”, causes Chrohn’s and other diseases

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  • Kat

    Is that 3/4 cup of milk or 1 3/4 cup?

    • Amber

      1 3/4… it makes a pretty big batch

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  • squeekiedolphin

    just made the Peppermint Patty …… It is made the whole house smell wonderful..haha:) But is equally delightful in my coffee… Thanks for the recipe… can’t wait to try other flavors… this was my first experiment making my own.

  • Amanda

    Thank you for sharing these recipes! So excited to try the different flavors!

  • Luis

    to me it doesnt taste anything like industrialized coffee creamer! its way to sweet, I won’t be doing this recipe again.

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  • Jeannie

    Can anybody tell me how to make Toffee Almond and Heath bar creamers? The rest are pretty easy to figure out.

  • Courtney P

    FYI, those concerned with using canned sweetened condensed milk, Trader Joe’s now sells bottles of organic SCM!

  • AmandaS

    Hi! Thank you so much for sharing your recipes :) I’m planning on making a choc caramel… I have a question though. I already have some chocolate and caramel syrup on hand, can I use that instead of going out and buying the ice cream topping stuff? If so, do I use the same amounts? Thank you!!

  • Jodilynn Bednarski-Wozniak

    Has anyone actually compared the difference in price to the coffee creamer homemade to the coffee creamer bought at the store? just wondering,i love to make anything home made and this is great to add to my small baking business too.and i love to make up Christmas baskets for my family since its so large,this would be a great addition to my baskets along with my homemade blanket,wreathes,caramel apples,and now the creamers along with other stuff I put in for each family member,sounds like a great gift to me and I always personalize each basket for the family,sports,animals,kiddies,wine..etc each family is always personalized..Im so excited for the new addition!!!!