Simple Toffee Flavored Creamer in a Jar

"This is a excellent gift for coffee lovers for any occasion or just to use when making your own coffee and don't have any liquid creamers handy."
photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns) photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
Ready In:
1 pint


  • 1 cup non-dairy coffee creamer
  • 1 cup packed brown sugar


  • Place ingredients in a bowl and whisk together or place in a food/blender processor and whirl until blended well.
  • Store in a air tight container
  • Note: Can add more brown sugar to your taste,if needed.
  • To add to tag for serving (or use for personal taste)
  • Add 1-2 Tbs.(or more to your taste) of mix to 1 cup of hot coffee and stir.

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  1. I made this last night for DD she said this a.m. when she dropped by for coffee on her way to work .."mom you made this?? YOU ROCK!! it is a 10" told her there were no 10's she said "well this is" so a 10 with only 5 stars showing.. since I don't use flavors in coffee I can't comment myself BUT she is pretty picky about her coffee she kept on smelling this and saying mmmmm so a 10 from her is quite a complement!!! UPDATE~~~~12/02/07 I thought I might share something learned to do that makes this even BETTER than the store bought stuff 1st I DO put it in blender... THEN I use my small flour sifter to get out any lumps that will be left( I usually have some small lumps from the brown sugar) I just sift it over a bowl & use a scoop & small funnel to fill old creamer jars..( this filled to the top a old 6 ounce coffee mate creamer container) you might be left with a few small little pebble like things in your sifter.. I sometimes have some & I just dump them in the trash.. & the coffee creamer is the perfect consistency..nice and powdery..NO LUMPS!!! Oh & at last review I didn't use coffee creamer flavored or otherwise.. but now every once in awhile I do & this is really really GOOD
  2. I found this as I was searching for some homemade coffee creamer recipes for a gift basket I'm doing for a church raffle. Because I need to watch my sugar intake, I made this using 1/2 cup splenda brown sugar blend. The flavor worked out wonderfully. It will be one of my favorites!
  3. Thank you for posting this! International Delights just stopped selling my creamer(HEATH flavor) and I'm lost without it lol..I'm going to put this together today!
  4. I just had 2 cups of coffee, and added this coffee creamer to it. Mmmm, this tasted good! To serve with an 8-ounce cup of coffee, I used 1 Tablespoon each, of the powdered creamer and dark brown sugar. I liked it so much, that I had to make another cup of it. Thanks Marsha, for the recipe, it's a keeper!!
  5. being that I am broke this holiday time, I was able to make this, cut out my hand print on holiday paper, wrote a cute poem I found on the card and gave it to my friends. I tried it the first time I saw the recipe and it was delicious and warm and made me feel loved. You will too. I did use the granulated brown sugar instead and there was NO clumping.


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