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Keto Coffee Creamer might just save your life…one day at a time. Morning coffee…..Just saying that puts me in a good mood. It’s a ritual in the start of every day that I look forward to. Peter calls me “coffee head” and not only do I find it cute, it’s also true.
When I started drinking coffee I was a powdered creamer and Sweet ‘n’ Low kinda gal. That morning drink was packed with so much crap that I don’t think you can really even call it coffee. I knew it was not a healthy choice so I started to wean myself off the chemicals. Now I’m strictly a BLACK coffee drinker.
I came up with this Keto Coffee Creamer kind of by accident. I was looking for a substitute for sweetened condensed milk for my Keto Magic Bars. That recipe calls for a can of that thick super sweet milky drizzle and I needed to switch that out. A can of Bordens sweetened condensed milk is packed with so much sugar, but at it’s core sweetened condensed milk is a very simple recipe.
When I created this recipe for Keto Coffee Creamer it was initially intended as a sub for sweetened condensed milk, but after I made it I realized how perfect it was as a coffee creamer. So…use it for recipes or use it for your morning coffee as this Keto Coffee Creamer can be refrigerated for a few weeks.
- 2 cups heavy whipping cream
- 2 tbsp butter
- ⅓ cup Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener
- 1 tsp vanilla
In large saucepan heat together over medium heat the cream, butter, vanilla and sweetener of choice. Bring to a boil and then turn heat down to a simmer.
Occasionally stir gently with a wire whisk for 15-20 minutes. Watch as the cream thickens, careful not to scorch.
When cream coats the back of a spoon take off the heat and pour into a clean wide mouth jar.
Put 1-2 tbsp of creamer per each large cup of coffee. Stir until your morning coffee is fully smooth and creamy.
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