Homemade Coffee Creamer- With Dairy Free Option

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Homemade Coffee Creamer

Mmmm… warm, delicious coffee really gets my motor running in the morning. I don’t think it’s even the caffeine that does it… it’s more of the routine of once I finish this delicious coffee it’s time to act a fool and get stuff done. It’s very motivating to me. And sometimes, in the afternoon when I need some more motivation, I drink a half cup more.

Okay, maybe it is just the caffeine, but I love it.

My hubby never drank coffee until we had baby girl, and now he drinks more than me. He used to “need” it because she would wake up a few times at night, but now we are past that stage, so I think he is just addicted. Since, you know, caffeine is a drug and all. A very happy delicious drug. Unless you’re drinking soda – then its a bad drug. Or maybe I’m justifying my actions. But hey, studies have shown that coffee is healthy (checkout this article justifying my love for coffee).

Homemade Coffee Creamer

I’m sharing our favorite homemade coffee creamer that you can make with dairy or dairy free to go in your cup of joe. It is naturally sweetened with honey, or you can leave it out (which is how I like it). You can also substitute cream or half & half for the coconut milk if you can tolerate dairy. 

You can read here why we gave up dairy. My husband can’t eat it due to Ulcerative Colitis, and it gives me arthritis and acne. Of course, now when I slip (or can’t turn down a slice of pizza on the rare occasion), it makes baby girl spit up more. So, we just avoid it and we all feel way better.  

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Homemade Coffee Creamer With Dairy Free Option

Homemade Natural DF Coffee Creamer

This healthy and delicious DF coffee creamer is made from natural ingredients and sweetened with honey.
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Author: Amy K
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 4 minutes
Total Time: 9 minutes
Servings: 12



  • In a saucepan, lightly heat coconut milk and honey. Whisk until combined.
  • Turn off heat and add vanilla and cinnamon.
  • Pour into your coffee and rejoice.
  • Refrigerate leftovers up to one week.
  • Shake before use.


If using coconut milk, it is normal for separation and fat to become chunky. Just shake it up and enjoy those delicious little bites. They will melt in the hot coffee.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 79kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Sodium: 4mg | Potassium: 70mg | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin C: 0.3mg | Calcium: 6mg | Iron: 1.1mg
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
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How do you like your morning cup of joe? 

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  1. This looks brilliant! I’m making this as soon as I get the gelatin. I’m allergic to sugar though so I’m going to have to try making it without. Regardless, I’m excited to try it and thank you for sharing!

  2. thank you! for yrs, I suffered from digestive issues,so I have to be careful what l eat or drink. I rarely drink dairy, just use half&half for my coffee.and youre right about raw milk-there are no issues there.I love raw milk because the natural enzimes aren’t boiled out of it.

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