Homemade Coffee Creamer

Get rid of all the extra unhealthy additives by making your own yummy Homemade Coffee Creamer

Homemade Coffee Creamer1

How do you like your coffee?  I am a cream and sugar kind of gal.    I love powdered creamer but I don’t like all the ugly ingredients that are listed on it so I have just actually just been using plain fat-free or 1% milk for years.

Have you read what’s on the label of the store bought powdered creamer?  Yuck!

rIngredients of store bought coffee creame

So I started doing some research and playing around with making my own and I am so happy with this 3 ingredient Homemade Coffee Creamer!!

The healthy benefits of the coconut oil are fabulous too.


1 Cup Powdered Milk

1/3 Cup Powdered Sugar

1 TBSP melted coconut oil

If you like more flavored creamer then you can add a teaspoon of powdered vanilla or cocoa powder too :-)

Ingredients of homemade coffee creamer


1.  Mix together the powdered milk and powdered sugar.

2.  Drizzle the melted coconut oil over the dry ingredients.

3.  Pulse in a food processor for about 1 minute.   Or you can put it in your jar and shake vigorously.   You can even put it in a food processor and pulse until fine.

If there are any slightly bigger pieces, don’t worry.  They melt perfectly in your coffee. :-)


  1. Leyla says

    I love creamer, it wasn’t part of my diet until I moved to a new work place where there is free coffee and creamer. I know of its lack of nutritional value – so I stopped alltogether – but now that I see this recipe I am definitely going to pin it and save it for further use!

    Thank you so much ’cause I was just about to ask about the nutritional value of this new creamer. And you say it right there! Thank you so much again!!

    • Sherri says

      You are so welcome :-) I was the same. Once I paid attention to the ingredients of the store bought, I stopped using it. I am thrilled with making it myself!

  2. says

    Love this idea! Curious as to what the oil does? I’m not a big fan of coconut oil, was wondering if I could leave it out or should I substitute another fat?

    • Sherri says

      The oils makes it taste “creamier”. i have friends that use butter too. I chose coconut oil because it’s a healthier fat. :-)

      • says

        Coconut oil isn’t just a fat that’s better than the junk in creamer, it’s a GOOD FOR YOU food. It actually HELPS you stay healthier and lose weight. Look it up!

  3. willow says

    You don’t mention if the one you’re replacing is supposed to be non-dairy or not. I mean, most people use “creamer” because they have dairy issues, which is why (I’m supposing) the store bought stuff doesn’t have powdered milk in it but a “milk derivative”. I could be wrong though, I often am, esp when not presented with all the facts. ^_^

  4. vicky says

    How would you go about using this if you wanted hazelnut flavored creamer. I am really wanting to try this but I like my creamer flavored. Thanks for sharing I will still try the recipe.

  5. Linda Foley says

    Do you have a home made or copy cat recipe for liquid coffee creamer? My husband loves Coffeemate Natural Bliss. Any ideas?

  6. Katy L says

    Our favorite creamer flavor is Amaretto. Have you seen this flavor anywhere, or know where it can be purchased?

  7. says

    i love coffee mate powder creamer my daughter sent me this recipe. How does it really taste though
    Does it taste like coffee mate powder in your coffee? And the powdered sugar is that the white stuff u sprinkle on pancakes are fruit tarts? The bag u show on your post we don’t have in Ontario so I just wanna make sure I buy the right powdered sugar


    • Sherri says

      I love the flavor of this recipe. The coconut oil that I use is a little stronger because I love the taste of coconut oil. There are many coconut oils that have no flavor though too. And yes, the sugar is just white powdered sugar. My mother-in-law actually leaves the sugar out of hers. Just knowing that is so much healthier makes me happy :-)

    • Sherri says

      You can taste a little coconuty flavor depending on the brand you use. I have actually left out the oil several times and it’s just as good to me :-)


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