Homemade Creamer

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Homemade Creamer

Description

NO Chemicals

Details

Cooking Time: 5
Recipes Makes: 32
Calories: 56
Carbs: 10
Fat: 1
Protein: 2

Ingredients Related Tips

14 oz sweetened condensed milk
2 cups milk

optional flavors
1/3 cup flavored syrup
Cocoa Powder
Vanilla Extract
Almond Extract
Cinnamon

Directions

Mix it all together - ENJOY! Here are some other flavor combos

  • French Vanilla - 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • Chocolate Almond - Cocoa Powder and Almond Extract
  • Strudel Cake - 1 Tblsp Cinnamon, Vanilla, and Almond Extract
  • Cinnamon Cake - 2 Tsp Cinnamon, 2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
  • Almond Joy - 1 tsp Coconut Extract, 1 tsp Almond Extract, 2 tblsp Chocolate Syrup
  • Caramel - Just add Caramel lol
  • Honey Vanilla - 1/4 cup honey, 1 tsp Vanilla (yep...that simple)
  • German Strudel - Equal parts Cinnamon, Vanilla, and Almond

So many more flavors, experiment!

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Comments

7/31/2014

funny...people take things so literally. if you are using 1 'flavoring' it is 3 ingredients. for you 'lactose intolerants, so am i. you do know you can use lactose-free milk the same as 'regular' milk right? or almond, rice, or coconut milk.

7/23/2014

this is not so true folks, and frankly this is marketing bs. torani (or any syrup) has chemicals too.

7/19/2014

thank you!! this is great. i look for healthier clones for coffee flavors and creamers. now i can make the liquid creamer any tim as i have the ingredients always on hand and it's quick to toss together. thank you, again!!

7/16/2014

can i use 2$ milk or is there any difference?

7/11/2014 (1)

how about making a creamer like the "coffemate coconut crème"? what flavors would be required?

7/11/2014

what flavors would you use to make creme brulee?

7/10/2014

how do you make french vanilla?

7/8/2014 (3)

how many grams of sugar

7/8/2014 (2)

sounds great! how long will this keep in the fridge???

7/8/2014 (1)

whats the difference in cost?

7/8/2014

sounds like a great idea...i'm gonna try it!!!

7/7/2014

what a bunch of pinheads y'all are! nothing nice to say? this is a great idea and even if not perfect (for those who achieve perfection) it's a great substitute. it is simple and can be varied according to taste. nice job, my fridge! thank you.

7/6/2014

how about italian sweet cream??

7/5/2014 (2)

i make hazelnut creamer with milk and sweetened condensed milk but i use about a 1/2 tsp of hazelnut extract for the flavor (adjust to own taste). i like it a lot!

7/5/2014 (1)

sadly this is - at minimum - misleading. there is way more that 3 ingredients in the "homemade creamer". as an example, the torani syrups all have sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate as preservatives.

7/5/2014

you don't have to cook this at all. rather than say 'cooking time', it would be more appropriate to say 'preparation time'

7/4/2014 (10)

why do you think it needs to be cooked? it is a creamer - mix all together, put in refrigerator, and enjoy in your coffee !! it is pretty simple and actually ingenious! :)

7/4/2014 (9)

this makes no sense.. is this mixture cooked or not????

7/4/2014 (8)

still confused...do you mix the two milks on low heat til thickened and then add flavoring. you don't tell us how to "cook" this!!!

7/4/2014 (7)

where does it say to cook this at? the recipe says "mix it all together - enjoy! " - so obviously something is missing here.

7/4/2014 (6)

it will continue to thicken as it cools. use it 1:1 in recipes that call for traditional condensed milk. or to make this creamer :) enjoy!

7/4/2014 (5)

the mixture will reduce by about half and should be quite thick. you will also notice that it is a darker color. remove from heat, stir thoroughly and pour into a glass jar or container. cool in the refrigerator.

7/4/2014 (4)

when the mixture is just beginning to bubble around the edges, reduce the heat to low. set a timer for one hour and simmer uncovered, whisking every 5-10 minutes to release steam and aid in evaporation.

7/4/2014 (3)

place the coconut milk, sweetener of choice, and brown sugar (if using) into a saucepan and whisk gently over medium heat for 2-3 minutes. this will help the solid bits of coconut milk melt and incorporate with the sugar.

7/4/2014 (2)

lactose free sweetened condensed milk recipe: (i will do it in a couple posts) 1 can of unsweetened coconut milk 1/3 cup- 1/2 cup granulated sugar, honey or light agave syrup 1 tablespoon brown sugar (optional but adds good flavor)

7/4/2014 (1)

you have to cook it?

7/4/2014

find a lactose sweet condensed milk. they should have one and use silk or any lactose free milk.

7/3/2014

the flavor ideas are nice. the only thing is that your version isn't non-dairy for those who have lactose-intolerance. the nestle version is non-dairy. it would be great if you can come up with a non-dairy alternative that tastes good, too.

3/14/2016 6:10:45 AM

Creme Brulle

6/15/2015 4:25:09 PM

'Samoa' creamer 16oz heavy cream 1 can swt/cndnsd milk 1Tbsp coconut extract 1tsp vanilla extract 4-5Tbsp cocoa powder(non-sweet baking cocoa) 2Tbsp drk br sugar whisk cocoa/br sugar in cream til smooth/sugar is dissolved, mix remaining ingredients

6/15/2015 4:25:01 PM

'Samoa' creamer 16oz heavy cream 1 can swt/cndnsd milk 1Tbsp coconut extract 1tsp vanilla extract 4-5Tbsp cocoa powder(non-sweet baking cocoa) 2Tbsp drk br sugar whisk cocoa/br sugar in cream til smooth/sugar is dissolved, mix remaining ingredients

12/18/2014 11:37:45 PM

How do you make Italian sweet cream?

12/12/2014 2:06:41 PM

How do you make Irish cream

10/17/2014 7:09:59 AM

Where do you get pumkin spice syrup and how cook it or ya?

10/17/2014 7:09:37 AM

Where do you get pumkin spice syrup and how cook it or ya?

10/10/2014 5:05:36 PM

Oh man. People are so dumb. Hahahaha. Thanks for the laughs.

10/10/2014 5:05:15 PM

Oh man. People are so dumb. Hahahaha. Thanks for the laughs.

10/7/2014 2:49:52 PM

I love Sweet Italian flavor, & gound out by accident at a fave coffee s-that if you add little agave (it can be lite) to milk, lactose-free)it tates pretty close Cream!

10/6/2014 12:15:36 AM

where do I find torani syrups ?

10/2/2014 4:09:14 AM

French vanilla is equal parts hazelnut and

10/2/2014 4:06:54 AM

French vanilla is hazelnut and equal parts.

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