Recipe by Buckwheat Queen
"A non-dairy, yet rich and flavorful, way to lighten coffee. The syrup gives this a creamy texture like the store-bought types, but without chemicals or additives. Store in the refrigerator for up to one week."
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unsweetened almond milk
raw cane sugar, or more to taste
brown rice syrup, or more to taste
What a wonderful recipe! The only change I made was using rice milk instead of almond. I even used the optional coconut oil for the added nutrients! When I blended with my immersion blender it made the creamer nice and frothy. I ended up with some beautiful latte foam. I don't drink coffee but I made a lovely chai tea latte. Also the creamer does separate in the fridge so I store it in a mason jar and give it a quick shake before pouring into my tea. Thanks for this gem of a recipe!
I do not use cream in my coffee but my sister does. She uses the powered coffee creamer. I made this for her when she was visiting and she loved it and will not go back to the powered stuff. Made it as written and used corn syrup, it only lasted 4 days. She took the recipe home with her. Thank you Buckwheat Queen for this wonderful recipe..
It is very good. I used vanilla almond milk. I can't use real cream or milk anymore. I think I'll try this on my oatmeal next. My Rooibos tea was extra special this afternoon. Grand Discovery!!I will making this on a regular basis.
Original poster here. I have also made this using 50 grams of marzipan and 2 cups of coconut milk and it's pretty yummy instead of 1 cup almond milk and 1 cup coconut milk. I left out the added sugar in this case. I've also used hazelnut milk instead of almond and it's delicious too. Also, in my original recipe the vanilla should be added at the end, not heated as it can make the vanilla taste a bit bitter. Thanks, hope you like it. Update: add 1/2 tsp of lecithin granules during the mixing process for a creamier texture.
I really wanted to like this but it just isn't even close to as good as those fake flavoured creamers. I want to keep tweaking this to see if I can get it to work, but the flavour just isn't there.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Gluten- and Dairy-Free Vegan Coffee Whitener
Serving Size: 1/35 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 35
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 17
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