Skinny Gingerbread Coffee Creamer! This vegan coffee creamer recipe makes a decadent, smooth creamer at home! Easy to make on the stove top with simple, dairy free ingredients. Gluten Free + Vegan + Paleo + Low Calorie
Christmas is 25 days away! I desperately need your guys help figuring out what to get the guy. He did such a good job with my birthday presents. I told him in May I wanted swim fins and a car charger for my phone. Somehow he remembered until November which is amazing because he forgets everything.
I would feel horrible if I didn't come up with something amazing for his birthday. He loves hockey so I'm thinking maybe a jersey. He also loves shopping at Michaels for frames to put his hockey jerseys in. I really want to get him something good that he'll love though. Ugh. Why are men so difficult to buy for?
In other news, I've started making my own coffee creamers again. Usually, I like my coffee simple with almond milk. But something about the chill in the air, has me craving warm spicy things. Hence, this Skinny Gingerbread Coffee Creamer! P.S. it's a chilly 70 degrees in Phoenix. LOL
For the recipe, I lightened up. Most other recipes add a ton of sugar to their homemade creamers and we all know how I feel about too much sugar. I would rather save it for a cookie or muffin than put it in my coffee.
I used Trader Joe's liquid stevia. It is the only stevia I've discovered that doesn't have a bitter taste. You can order it on Amazon. I love it for lightening up recipes! I also added cinnamon and molasses which both add natural sweetness to this Skinny Gingerbread Coffee Creamer!
A great recipe to "clean up" your diet over the holidays without feeling like you're actually doing it.
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Skinny Gingerbread Coffee Creamer
- Place all ingredient in a saucepan and bring to medium heat.
- Whisk the ingredients together until the mixture begins to bubble and thicken about 5 minutes.
- Turn off the heat and cool the mixture before transferring to a glass container to store in the refrigerator.
- Keep in the refrigerator up to 1 month to flavor coffees and teas.