Hi, my name is Becca and I’m a coffee creamer addict. I’m addicted to not just any coffee creamer, but vanilla coffee creamer.
My husband likes to say that I take my coffee creamer with a splash of coffee. It is true. If my coffee is not beige, I’m not drinking it.
There have been times when we’ve run out of coffee creamer, which puts me in a very bad mood. To make sure I’m never without it, I keep these emergency coffee creamer ingredients — canned sweetened condensed milk, milk and vanilla extract — in my pantry and fridge so I can whip up my own homemade creamer in a pinch.
I first saw this simple Homemade Vanilla Coffee Creamer Recipe on Mrs. Happy Homemaker. It is easy, yummy and makes me very happy. Enjoy!
Homemade Vanilla Coffee Creamer
This Homemade Vanilla Coffee Creamer Recipe only has 3-ingredients.
Serving size 1 tablespoon (or 3 if you are like me).
Recipe Yields: 48 Servings.
- 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
- 14 oz milk (whole, lowfat, or skim)
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract (or other extract, depending on your preference)
- 1 quart mason jar, or other container of your choice
- Pour all ingredients into mason jar.
- Stir with a spoon. The sweet condensed milk is thick, so a spoon helps to mix it in better.
- Screw the lid on tightly and store mason jar in your refrigerator. Make sure you shake mason jar to mix before each serving.
- This will creamer will expire. Use the expiration date on your milk as a guide for the freshness of your homemade vanilla creamer.
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Becca Wilkinson has a creative “need” and will do anything to avoid laundry. She writes over at Cul-de-sac Cool about design, DIY/crafts, easy eats, family, funny experiences and of course, motherhood. Becca wants to spread happiness, helpful tips, pretty things and funny experiences throughout the land. She is the proud mother of three boys and married to her college sweetheart. In her past life she was a graphic designer. Becca has learned a lot these past years about juggling boys, blogging, family and suburban life.