Keto Coffee Creamer | Exclusive Recipe

I took a bad coffee break this morning and found myself craving a cup of coffee in the afternoon. I thought to myself, “Who has time to make a quick phone call? Who has time to go to the store? Who has time to drive to the store? I need a coffee fix.” But how can I possibly make coffee without any cream or sugar? What if I want to add a little something extra?  I thought to myself, “Self, you’re a clever girl. You could make coffee creamer at home which is low carb and sugar free.” But, how would I ever find the time to do this?  I thought to myself, “Self, you’re a clever girl. You could make this at home

I’m a big fan of coffee. I drink it every morning, and I love to make lattes. I also like to add some cream to my coffee and I’m always searching for the perfect creamer. Unfortunately, most of them are so unhealthy that I don’t drink them. I have tried low-fat creamers, and they are terrible. The ones with artificial sweeteners taste awful, and the ones with sugar still make me crave something sweet. I tried some keto coffee creamer, and it was delicious! I felt so much better after drinking it. I would love to share my recipe with you.

Keto Coffee Creamer is an easy to follow recipe that I have made for years. It is my favorite coffee creamer recipe and I hope you will enjoy it as well.


Eat your heart out, coffee buddy!

Nestle Coffee Mate, a sweet and creamy Italian coffee creamer, is my non-keto sister’s favorite. Coffee-Mate cream is rich in sugar and hydrogenated soybean oil, not to mention 5 carbohydrates each tablespoon, as much as I hate to confess it tastes delicious. And, really, who drinks coffee with just a spoonful of cream?

Coffee is one of my favorite things to drink in the morning, so I made my own keto creamer that is delicious!

In the morning, there’s nothing better than a cup of coffee with cream. For a joyful, balanced, keto-friendly morning, try this keto coffee creamer recipe!



Coffee with Keto Milk

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Time to prepare: 5 MINUTES


A cup of creamy keto coffee to start your day!

  • 1 cup vanilla almond milk, unsweetened (I use Almond Breeze of Califia Farms)
  • 1/2 gallon of heavy cream (30 percent -40 percent cream)
  • erythritol powder, 2 tblsp (or try my new favorite, Allulose).
  • 1-2 teaspoons pure Vanillaextrakt Teelöffel
  • Optional: 15-20 drops liquid stevia (depending on how sweet you want your coffee)


Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl using a whisk or a small hand mixer/whisk OR pour into a storage cup and shake vigorously several times.


Keep refrigerated in an airtight container or bottle. The cream may be kept in the refrigerator for up to two weeks (if made with freshly opened whipped cream and almond milk).


Before each usage, give it a good shake.

For every 6-8 ounces of freshly brewed medium roast coffee, I like to add approximately 2 ounces (4 tablespoons) of cream. I typically use 3 tablespoons of allulose instead of stevia when I use it as a sweetener.

Tip: Instead of stevia, I sometimes use Monin sugar-free syrup in the cream mixture. YUMMY!

Demand: 12 servings, 2 teaspoons each serving (1 oz) 37 calories per serving | 4 grams of fat | 3 grams of total carbohydrates | 0 grams of fiber | 2 grams of sugar | 0 grams of protein | 1 gram of net carbs

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You don’t want to prepare your own coffee creamer, do you?

I suggest California Farms, Better Half, and (just on the market) Nutpods, which have a nutty taste that I like.

When everything else fails, rely on the tried-and-true heavy cream. Keep in mind that whipped cream typically has 0.5 carbohydrates per tablespoon, and that the amount of carbs in a cup of coffee may rapidly add up. (Especially if you like a creamy cup of coffee!)


Add some good fats!

The keto diet, as you may know, is centered on fats. So, if your coffee is already whipped, feel free to add a teaspoon or tablespoon of healthy fats. This fat bomb technique is filling and a wonderful way to get a healthy dose of fat into your day!

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All sugar junkies, unite! This is your lucky day if you like flavored syrup in your coffee. Monin sugar-free coffee syrup is one of my favorites. (It costs around $7 a bottle at a local shop.) Almond is my fave sugar-free taste!

Greetings to each and every one of you….

And a nice cup of coffee, of course! It’s fantastic!

Are you on the road? Check out our guide to Keto Starbucks!

Don’t let people tell you that you can’t have your coffee and eat it too. While it is true that some coffee creamer contains high levels of sugar, there are plenty of options that are dairy free, and also sweetened with only healthy fats.. Read more about is half and half creamer keto-friendly and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best coffee creamer for keto diet?

The best coffee creamer for keto diet is cream, which can be made from heavy whipping cream or coconut milk.

What can I put in my coffee on keto?

You can put in coffee cream, sugar substitute, and a lot of other things.

Can I use half and half instead of heavy cream on keto?

Yes, you can use half and half instead of heavy cream on keto.

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Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.