How to Make a Keto Powdered Coffee Creamer
Learn how to make a healthy KETO powdered coffee creamer with this recipe for a shelf-stable pantry staple.
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When You Don’t Want Half and Half
When I published my first video about How to Make a Healthy Powdered Coffee Creamer, I was thrilled with how popular it was. But the one request that I received over and over was: “How do I make a Keto version of this?” That’s a great question! And the good news is that it’s quite easy to do.
To make a powdered coffee creamer that’s Keto friendly, you can’t use powdered milk. You can’t even use a combination of powdered milk and powdered cream. (Most Keto enthusiasts don’t approve of any type of milk when it comes to following the Keto diet.)
However, when used alone, powdered cream or powdered heavy cream makes the perfect ingredient to create a Keto powdered coffee creamer!
What are the Different Types of Alternative Keto Sweeteners?
Now, if you just want to use powdered heavy cream in your coffee, you certainly can. It’s a great product to keep in your pantry in case you run out of regular heavy cream in your fridge or if you want to be able to take some “cream” for your coffee with you when traveling.
But what if you want your creamer to have a sweetness like the beverages you enjoy at your favorite coffee house? In that case, you have plenty of options for turning your powdered heavy cream into a sweet treat—but one that is basically carbohydrate-free and calorie-free!
After taste testing and experimenting with different alternative sweeteners, I like Allulose the best. I was surprised at what a clean flavor it had with no after taste. But everyone’s palate is different, so in my recipe video, I go over all the sweeteners that I taste-tested and discuss their pros and cons.
I talk about the following Keto approved sweeteners in my recipe video.
- Allulose Monk Fruit Blend
- Monk Fruit
- Erythritol Monk Fruit Blend
- Stevia Inulin Blend
(NOTE: If you can’t find these products at your local grocery store, I have links to them in my list of favorite Keto Powdered Coffee Creamer Making Supplies.)
All these alternative sweeteners have a low glycemic index. They are also low in carbohydrates and calories. Some sweeteners have a cooling or minty taste, a few can upset the digestive system for some folks, and others actually prevent tooth decay! I recommend that you taste small amounts of each and see what agrees with you and what taste you enjoy the best for your creamer.
Customize Your Keto Coffee Creamer Ingredients
If you want to flavor your powdered coffee creamer, that’s where the fun begins (or continues, as it’s fun to pick your sweetener too). Here are just a few of the additional ingredients you can add:
- Vanilla-flavored Keto approved sweetener or vanilla powder
- Different spice mixtures (such as pumpkin pie spice or apple pie spice)
- Dried mint
- Cocoa powder
- Cocoa powder AND espresso powder for a delicious mocha coffee creamer and an extra kick of caffeine! (Wow!)
With my printable recipe, you can try out these ingredients and others that you may enjoy for a tasty treat during holiday time or anytime you’d enjoy a special beverage.
Storing Your Powdered Creamer
In my recipe video, I talk about how you can store your Keto coffee creamer in a mason jar with an airtight lid. If you live in a very humid climate, you can include a food-grade silica gel pack in the jar with your coffee creamer to help keep out moisture. Watch the following videos to learn more about storage options and the difference between oxygen absorbers and silica gel packs.
To learn about all the homemade and store-bought items you can store in your pantry, download my free 36-page Pantry List eBook.
More Keto Recipes
Now that you’ve made your Keto Powdered Coffee Creamer, be sure to try out these other Keto-friendly recipes, including:
- Keto Bone Broth
- Cauliflower Rice
- Cottage Cheese
- Cream Cheese
- Sour Cream
- Plus, be sure to look through my complete Keto Recipe playlist for other Keto-related videos.
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Keto Powdered Coffee Creamer
- Food processor, blender (regular or high-speed), or spice/coffee bean grinder
- Measuring cups
- Measuring spoons
- Quart-sized jar with lid, preferably airtight
Basic Powdered Coffee Creamer Recipe
- 3 cups Powdered Heavy Cream
- Keto acceptable alternative sweetener Options include Allulose, Erythritol, Stevia, Monk Fruit, or another alternative sweetener that has a very low glycemic index, is very low in carbohydrates, and is very low in calories.
Optional Flavorings for Basic Powdered Coffee Creamer Recipe Above
- 1 tbsp Vanilla powder or 1/2 vanilla bean pod Alternatively, you can use a Keto approved sweetener that you have scented with 1 vanilla bean pod over a few weeks. Use the scented Keto approved sweetener in place of the vanilla powder or the 1/2 vanilla bean pod.
Pumpkin Pie Flavoring
- 1 tbsp Pumpkin pie spice
Apple Pie Flavoring
- 1 tbsp Apple pie spice
- 1 tbsp Ground cinnamon
- 2 tbsp Unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 tsp Espresso powdered or freeze-dried coffee powder, optional This ingredient provides an intense mocha coffee flavor.
- 2 tbsp Unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 tsp Dried mint NOTE: Mix the mint with the sweetener first, and then sift out any bits of dried mint that did not fully pulverize.
- Put the powdered heavy cream into a large bowl and set aside.
- Add your sweetener of choice to a food processor, blender, or another electricl mixer, and pulverize the sweetener until it turns into a fine powder. (If you are using the small spice/coffee bean grinder, you will need to do this in multiple batches. See video.)
- Add your flavoring of choice to the powdered sweetener and pulverize for 30 seconds.
- Add the sweetener mixture to the bowl containing the powdered heavy cream and whisk together for approximately 30 seconds until fully blended.
- Transfer the mixture to an airtight jar and store in your pantry. This mixture has a shelf life of one year.
- To use your Keto powdered coffee creamer, add 1 teaspoon to an 8-12 ounce mug and pour in hot coffee. (You can add more creamer if you want.) Stir and enjoy!
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Favorite Keto Powdered Coffee Creamer Making Supplies
These heavy cream powders serve as the base for your coffee creamer recipe:
Here are some Keto acceptable alternative sweeteners that you can choose from:
- Allulose Monkfruit Blend
- Lakanto “Classic” Monkfruit Erythritol Blend
- Lakanto Monkfruit Erythritol Blend Variety Pack
- Green Stevia Powder
- Stevia Inulin Blend
- Stevia Erythritol Blend
If you’re looking for additional custom ingredients, you can try the following:
And here are some options for measuring, pulverizing, and storing your creamer, along with some beautiful aprons too!
- Food Processor
- Spice/Coffee Bean Grinder
- Measuring Cups and Spoons
- Airtight Jar
- Silica Gel Packs
- Favorite Aprons
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