This Vanilla Keto Coffee Creamer Recipe has zero carbs per tablespoon serving. And comes in at just 30 calories per tablespoon! You may need to add two 🙂 It's the perfect way to perk up your morning cup of coffee.
Around here, we love coffee. A nice rich, steaming cup of coffee first thing in the morning is just the thing to get the day started right. But, sometimes... we want to indulge and dress up our coffee.
This is why I created this keto friendly coffee creamer with a delicious Vanilla flavor. Maybe vanilla is to boring, but it's the flavor I come back to time and time again. There's just nothing like vanilla flavored coffee hitting my taste buds. It's warm, it's comforting... it's perfection in a cup. Anyone else with me??
The best part about this keto recipe is that it's fast and easy to make. All you need to do is mix this up in a mason jar and slap a lid on it! Then, enjoy drizzling it in your coffee throughout the week.
How Long Will It Last?
Check the expiration dates on your heavy whipping cream to determine how long this will last stored in the fridge. You will want to store your creamer in a tightly sealed container. I prefer a mason jar with a lid for storage. When it's time to use it, I grab a tablespoon measuring spoon and spoon it into my cup.
You can also make this dairy free very easily. I've linked the recipe for this version right below the recipe card.
What Other Flavors Can I Make?
This is a great base recipe for all kinds of different flavors. I'll link the other options for keto coffee creamer at the bottom of this post. So far, I have a pumpkin spice keto coffee creamer , cafe latte keto coffee creamer and a few dairy free options. You can also use my keto hot cocoa mix to make a mocha if you're looking to add some chocolaty goodness to your cup.
If you're looking for a specific flavor I haven't listed, please comment and ask. It's fun to get creative and experiment with a new flavor.
Your New Favorite Coffee Creamer
Don't ya think?
This recipe makes twenty-eight one tablespoon servings. If you want a smaller batch you can easily cut it in half. But, it will store for awhile. Check the date on your heavy cream to see how long you can safely store it.
Why Use Bocha Sweet?
Our sugar substitute of choice is BochaSweet and there's good reason for this!
BochaSweet is extracted from the Kabocha pumpkin which has been a staple in the Japanese diet for centuries. Consuming BochaSweet on a daily basis helps to support longevity and supports healthy blood sugar levels.
Even better? It tastes almost exactly like real sugar. There's no thin flavor or metallic aftertaste. I think most of us are looking for something that tastes amazing because only a full, satisfying taste is going to work over the long-term.
So, if we are going to go to all the work to make these keto parfaits so we can please our tastebuds AND stick to our keto diet. Well, we want the result to taste GOOD not... just 'meh' and unsatisfying. For this reason plus the health benefits, we reach for BochaSweet every time.
Other Keto Friendly Sweetener Options
If you aren't using Bocha Sweet, for the best taste we recommend blending multiple sweeteners until you're happy with the results.
Some people will want their coffee creamer very sweet and others will want just a subtle sweetness. As you figure out your perfect "sweet spot", start low and add more as needed. It's easy to add more sweetener, but if you put too much in at the beginning, it's more of a hassle to figure out how much of the other ingredients to add to save your batch of creamer.
And, no one likes throwing ingredients away!
Comment and let us know the sweetener combination you used and how you like the results! Readers like you will love hearing your stories.
Ingredients for Vanilla Keto Coffee Creamer
Here's a few ingredients you'll need to make this delicious vanilla keto coffee creamer. Although, it's quite flexible and you can use what you have on hand.
- Bocha Sweet (Seriously, you need this stuff!)
- Purchase tip: The more you order direct from Bocha Sweet (link above)–the lower the cost is. Split an order with friends!
- If you don't have access to this, see my advice in the paragraph above for using different sweeteners
- Pure Vanilla Extract
- Glass Coffee Cups (for fun!)
- I'm just obsessed with glass coffee cups lately. They are just so pretty!
- Mason Jar Lids
- I love these
screw onplastic Mason Jar lids that fit wide mouth jars!
- I love these
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Need A Dairy Free Option?
I got you 🙂 Find the link for dairy free creamer below the recipe card below...
Keto Vanilla Coffee Creamer
- Combine all ingredients and stir until the Bocha Sweet has dissolved. About 1 minute.
Other Keto Creamer Recipes
Once you've learned how to make a basic keto coffee creamer, you can start experimenting with different flavors and ingredient combinations. Here's a collection of the recipes on my website that are creamers or that would work for creamers.
Keto Coffee Mix-Ins
What about other mix-ins for your coffee that are keto friendly? Maybe you're in the mood for a little Bailey's in your coffee...but the store bought stuff is packed full of sugar. No problem...
Need some Kahlua that's not packed full of sugar to add into that Bailey's coffee? You'll be amazed at how easy it is to make it yourself with a few simple ingredients.
You can experiment with different bases for this sugar free coffee liquor including rum, brandy, vodka and even whisky! Kahlua is traditionally made with rum. Do what tastes good!
Or maybe you'd like to dress up your coffee with our keto hot cocoa mix. This dry mix can be stirred into coffee or you can make yourself an indulgent drink.