How to Make Coffee Creamer With Stevia

How to Make Coffee Creamer With Stevia

How to Make Coffee Creamer with Stevia?

Coffee creamers are great additions to coffee, but they often contain sugar or artificial sweeteners. If you want to enjoy a healthier version of your morning cup, try using stevia instead.

Stevia is a natural herb that has been around since ancient times. Today, it’s widely used in Japan, South America, and other parts of Asia. In addition to being sweeter than sugar, it also contains no calories. The only downside is that it takes time to dissolve. That’s why I created my recipe for coffee creamer with stevia.

How to Make Coffee Creamer With Stevia

If you’re on a vegan or ketogenic diet, one of the foods you’ll likely miss most is creamers in your coffee. Fortunately, there’s a simple substitute that will keep you well within the guidelines of your diet. We’ve got a recipe for homemade coconut milk creamer that won’t add any extra calories or carbs to your coffee!

This article will show you how to make a delicious, creamy, plant-based alternative to dairy milk using coconut cream and stevia. You won’t need any fancy kitchen tools or expensive ingredients. All you need is a blender and a few simple ingredients.


1/2 cup coconut milk solid at room temperature. 3/4 cup room temperature water. ½ teaspoon vanilla extract. 1/8 – 1/4 teaspoon liquid stevia.


Put the coconut milk, stevia, and vanilla extract in your blender. Turn on high speed and blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a glass jar and store it in the refrigerator.

The creaming agent will stay in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

Stevia Coffee Creamer Substitutions and Adjustments

You can change the ingredients to suit your needs. For example, if you need to make a cake for a birthday party, you could add extra eggs, butter, sugar, flour, and milk. If you want to make a cake for yourself, you might choose to omit the eggs and substitute applesauce instead. You can also adjust the proportions of each ingredient to get the right flavor and texture.

Coconut Milk

Coconut cream is made by separating the oil from the coconut meat after grating the coconut flesh. Coconut milk is made by heating coconut cream until it separates into an oil layer and a watery liquid. Both coconut cream and coconut milk are high in saturated fat, but coconut milk also contains significant amounts of protein and calcium.

Powdered Stevia

Stevia is an all-natural sweetener made from the leaves of the stevia plant. Liquid stevia is easy to blend, but we recommend using the powder form because it blends easily and gives a smoother taste. You should use 1/4 teaspoon of liquid stevia per cup of coffee. If you use the powdered version, add 1 packet per 4 teaspoons of liquid stevia, or about 1/2 teaspoon of powder. Stevia will not affect your blood sugar levels and is safe for diabetics.

Unflavored vs Flavored Stevia

If you’re not a fan of vanilla, you can use other extracts like almond, peppermint, orange, etc. If you prefer a stronger flavor, you can add more extract. Try adding 1/4 teaspoon at a time until you get the desired strength.

We tried several different types of sweeteners and found that none were quite right. We suspect that the stevia extract did most of the work, while the stevia powder contributed very little to the overall flavor. If your goal is simply to mimic the taste of dairy creamers, we suggest using vanilla. It’s the closest approximation to the dairy version we could come up with.

Milk Alternatives

There are lots of non-dairy milk out there, so feel free to experiment. Almond milk works really well but doesn’t produce the same frothy consistency that you can get from dairy milk. Coconut milk does produce a nice, rich texture, but it doesn’t foam like dairy milk. We haven’t found any nut-based kinds of milk that come close to producing the same thickness and richness as dairy milk.


Coffee creamer is a simple thing to make at home. You just need a blender, some ingredients, and about five minutes. This recipe will help you create an amazing coffee creamer that tastes great and is also dairy-, egg-, and soy-free. If you’re looking for something different, try making a version using almond milk instead of coconut milk. Or maybe you’d prefer to use vanilla extract instead of vanilla powder? Whatever you choose, we hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did create it.

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