Liquid Coffee Creamer

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

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  1. Measure all ingredients into 32 oz container (with a cover), seal container and shake vigorously. (Store in fridge up to 2 weeks).
  2. Flavor ideas: Chocolate Almond use: 1-Tbsp cocoa, 1-tsp almond extract. Vanilla: use 2-tsp vanilla extract. Cappuccino: use 1-tsp almond extract, 1/2 tsp orange extract. Strudel: use 1 T. cinnamon, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 1 ts almond extract. Chocolate Raspberry: use 2 tsp cocoa powder, 2 T. raspberry syrup.


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I made a smaller amount because I had an open can of the condensed milk that had to be used up. I made Vanilla Caramel and it's great. Super easy but a full recipe will make a lot! If you don't use creamer very often I suggest that you trim back on the amount. The small creamer pitcher in the pic will last me for about a week :D. Thanks for this one Sam.

Annacia January 25, 2009

I added pure vanilla extract to this wonderful creamer and added it into my cup of hot Harney & Sons chamomile tea (I loathe coffee). Hot tea with cream is soooooo yummy! Many folks have never heard of it, but once tasted, they love it too. The English serve their tea this way, but in the USA, I have found that it is only common in the northeast region. This is a wonderful creamer to use for tea or coffee (I'm sure). I also did not need to add as much sugar to my tea because of the sweetened condensed milk. I made this using 2% milk and also quartered the recipe only because I don't drink much hot tea in the summer. However, this will be made full batch in the wintertime! Thanks for posting :) ~Bird

2Bleu June 22, 2008

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