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Make delicious homemade powdered coffee creamer with only 3 ingredients at home. Take coffee to the next level with this delicious recipe.
Homemade powdered coffee creamer
I thought it would be fun to show you how to make Homemade Powdered Coffee Creamer. This is crazy easy to do and is an easy money saver.
Over at my house, Dunkin Donuts is our favorite coffee. When family and friends come over for the holidays, Dunkin Donuts is what we serve with desserts. I know my mom enjoys a nice cup of coffee with her slice of pie.
I thought that I would show you today how to make delicious homemade coffee creamer to pair beautifully with your favorite coffee.
Powdered coffee cream recipe is easy!
Not only is it affordable, but this homemade coffee creamer will save you time and money. The savings will add up and it tastes amazing.
- Powdered Milk
- Powdered Sugar
- coconut oil
How to make powdered coffee creamer:
First, mix together the dry ingredients.
Next, slowly drizzle the melted coconut oil over the dry ingredients. (Since it has been pretty warm in my house, I did not have to melt my coconut oil – it was already quite ‘liquidy’.)
I used a mason jar and just had to put the lid on the jar and shook everything together like crazy. (by the way Amazon has some super cute mason jars on sale right now)
Finally, I then took a butter knife and broke up any bigger pieces, then shook again. You can also use a food processor if you prefer.
The heavier coconut oil tends to settle, so I suggest making this in a container that can be tightly sealed so you can mix it a bit before you use it.
Why do I add Coconut Oil?
If you like regular, non-flavored coffee creamer, I am confident you will like this base recipe. It adds a nice creamy texture to your coffee that the store bought creamers add.
The coconut oil adds that extra bit of creaminess that you will find in store bought creamers. I tried making this creamer without the coconut oil, and it just wasn’t the same. It is kind of hard to explain, but try your creamer in your coffee before adding the coconut oil and you will see what I mean.
This will save you money!
Here is the cost break down, in case you are like me and like to see the proof!
Powdered Creamer costs about $4 for a 35 oz container, which is about $0.11 per ounce. (I am basing this off the Walmart brand creamer – Coffee Mate would be more expensive, even with a sale.)
Here is what I spent to make my homemade version:
- Powdered Sugar, 2 lb bag – $1.50 = $0.19 per ½ cup
- Powdered Milk, 8 qt box – $6.98 = $0.22 per 1 cup
- Coconut Oil, 14 oz – $6.42 = $0.23 per tablespoon
Now its time to get excited! Altogether my 12 ounces of homemade creamer cost just $0.64. That comes to just $0.05 per ounce!! That means if you made 35 ounces of this homemade creamer, it would only cost you $1.86! That is significantly less than $4!
Can I get a woo-woo?!
Run to your local grocery store and get these simple ingredients to make homemade creamer.
Add a pretty ribbon and you have yourself a FRUGAL and thoughtful gift idea for your friends, teachers, or family. Everyone loves creamer and it is a nice and practical gift.
Who are you going to give this delicious gift idea to? I know I would love to receive a thoughtful gift like this.
Give this a try!
Our family enjoys it more than store bought. Not only does it taste great but the partially hydrogenated coconut oil extends shelf life. This powdered coffee creamer is rich and creamy and so very easy.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Dunkin’ Donuts® . The opinions and text are all mine.
Print this recipe for homemade powdered coffee creamer:
Homemade Coffee Creamer
- 1 Cup Powdered Milk
- 1/2 Cup Powdered Sugar
- 1 Tbsp Coconut Oil (melted)
- Mix together the dry ingredients.
- Slowly drizzle the melted coconut oil over the dry ingredients.
- Stir together to combine all the ingredients.
- The heavier coconut oil tends to settle, so I suggest making this in a container that can be tightly sealed so you can mix it a bit before you use it.
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