DIY Coffee Creamer

I am usually  a black coffee drinker but after a few way to many cups during the day I have to add some creamer. My husband likes creamer and sugar! He likes Irish cream (yeah the “real” stuff as well and calls it his “Happy Coffee”) I saw a this recipe on pintrest …

so I had to try it!


One change I did make was to use NON fat sweetened condensed milk.

Heres what you need:

14 oz  Milk ( Some people like Non- fat some 1% etc… you pick!)

14 oz  Sweetened Condensed milk ( in the picture is regular but I have since been making it with the fat-free) (Wal-mart carries it…about$1.00)

Flavor – I used vanilla extract but you can use any flavor you like. (You can even use the latte’ stand stuff like Torani or D’Vinci.)

1  14 -16 oz. container ( mason jar, or I like to re-use my Wal-mart salsa jar like in the picture…its perfect and has the measurements on the side:)



Just poor in the milk, then the Sweetened milk then stir…check it you might not want any flavor in it:)


This creamer is addicting! My husband is in LOVE with it and I find the jar almost empty all the time, but since the ingredients are pretty cheap and certainly cheaper than store bought creamer… and it s so easy and quick I don’t mind a bit!


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