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Every start of the day is rooted in a homemade cup of coffee. Some of the recipes that are around are opening their menu place to new novelties, and then the novelties are becoming a daily gift to our kitchen. Homemade coffee creamer is included as one of the tastiest recipes of coffee.

What is a homemade coffee creamer?

A homemade coffee creamer is a sweetness you add to hot chocolate or coffee at the end. These creamers elevate the sugar and the taste of the flavours in your coffee. Some of the homemade coffee creamers are known as French Vanilla creamer, Bailey’s coffee creamer, and Pumpkin Spice creamer.
Homemade cream on whipper

French Vanilla creamer

To get started to make the French vanilla coffee creamer, you will need a nice saucepan; and the first thing you’re going to do with it is adding milk. You can use any type of milk, even dairy-free milk or soy, nut, and low-fat milk. Any type you prefer works. So the next ingredient will be the condensed milk. The condensed milk is really important because it adds that little bit of sweetness to your creamer.

The next very important ingredient here is a fresh vanilla pod and its seeds. You can buy these online really inexpensively because they’re really great to have in your home, and also you can use them to make homemade vanilla extract. The next step is turning your heater on to a medium-low and mixing your batch slowly until it simmers.
Homemade French vanilla creamer on a bowl

After a while, you will start to see little bubbles forming on top and that’s how you’ll know that it’s starting to simmer. Then you can turn your heat off, and once it’s off, you can add in some vanilla extract which will give your milk an extra flavour. There’s no point in making French vanilla if you can’t taste the vanilla.

It’s time for you to grab a cookie and let your cream batch cool down before you pass it through a sieve and put it in a jar. You’ll be happy to know that this lasts longer than fresh milk; roughly around 6-7 days, maybe even a little bit longer in your fridge. All of it because of the sugar in the condensed milk which keeps that little bit of extra time.

Also, if you make a dairy-free version, that’ll last even longer.

If you’re a heavy coffee lover you can pump up the flavour of your morning coffee with these juicy and kind of sophisticated coffee creamers.

  • 1 3/4 cup (14floz/395ml) milk of your choice
  • 1 can (14oz/395g) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 vanilla pod, sliced in half with scraped out seeds
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Pumpkin Spice creamer

Our next homemade coffee creamer is a popular one out there. Pumpkin Spice creamer is a nourishing taste to your coffee.
Homemade pumpkin spice coffee creamer

So just like French vanilla, you’re going to start in the same way by adding your milk into the saucepan, any kind of milk you like. Then you will add your condensed milk, which adds nice consistency and completing sweetness to your batch.

Now you can add your own pumpkin spice or you can use tinned, both work quite well. After you do that, you keep up with the taste by adding in a little bit of pumpkin spice and you’re already there. Cinnamon works too. Then you just stir it and put it back on the heat to a medium-low and let it come to a simmer.

While you wait till it simmers you can sit back and grab another cookie and enjoy the smell of the cooking batch. Adding the vanilla extract will help with this recipe as well. After it simmers, you pass it through a sieve just like the last time, and you’re set, baby!

  • 1 3/4 cups (14floz/395ml) milk of your choice
  • 1 can (14oz/395g) sweetened condensed milk
  • 3 tablespoons pumpkin puree, canned or homemade
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin spice
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Baileys creamer

When you’re home sometimes your mind will always wander around to make things a little bit of Irish, especially coffee.
Homemade Bailey's whipped coffee creamer

You will have to follow the same homemade process will adding both of your regular and condensed milk. Then turn on your heat to a medium-low and wait for the simmer.

Also, we would recommend you using different types of sugar like Lakanto, maple syrup or agave. After it comes to a simmer, turn off the heat, add your Baileys or any type of Irish coffee cream you might prefer yourself, give it a quick stir around, and let it cool down. Of course, you don’t pour your cream through a sieve this time because you only added Baileys in there.

A touch of hot chocolate and a few marshmallows would create a great taste if you would want to top it completely.

  • 1 3/4 cups (14floz/395ml) milk of your choice
  • 1 can (14oz/395g) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/3 cup (2 ½floz/71ml) Baileys Irish Cream


Enjoy!

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