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Splurge a little with this thick and creamy dairy free Almond Joy Coffee Creamer. It’s made completely from scratch and just a few basic ingredients like almonds, cocoa powder, sugar, and extracts.
Dairy Free Almond Joy Coffee Creamer
I only drink nut milk due to my life-threatening dairy allergy…mostly almond milk. I’ve made my own at home but it takes days, it’s messy, and a lot of work. There is nothing better than making your own nut milk at home. It has no additives or sugar or emulsifiers. It’s just nuts and water. It’s a simple as that. I knew once I figured out how to make my own nut milk that next on my to-make list was my own coffee creamers. I’ve been dairy free for 5 years and I have yet to have a dairy free that I love.
After making my own nut milk, I knew there had to be a better and easier way. And there is….The NutraMilk. I have been able to create delicious and healthy nut butters, nut milks, and coffee creamers in a matter of minutes. The NutraMilk is not just for nut butters and nut milks! I’ve been getting creative and have made smoothies and a few dips.
Dairy Free Coffee Creamer
Since I’ve been able to make my own milks and coffees in under 30 minutes, I’ve made 4 different creamers, chocolate almond butter, 2 quarts of almond milk…all in the last week. Using The NutraMilk has totally changed my life in the kitchen. But this dairy free Almond Joy Coffee Creamer has rocked my world! I might give up going to the coffee shop in exchange for a cup of coffee with this creamer!
How to use The NutraMilk
Creating homemade nut milk no longer has to take days! I’ve been using The NutraMilk for a month or so now and whip up fresh milks, creamers, and butters in less than 30 minutes (most take 7-12 minutes). There is no other product like The NutraMilk on the market! It’s versatility makes it a one-of-a-kind appliance that every kitchen needs. It is so easy to use too, making it easy to create fresh alternative milks and butters in your kitchen.
- Add ingredients to The NutraMilk, set timer & press “butter” button.
- Add water if making milk or creamer & press “mix” button.
- Press ‘Dispense’ and enjoy fresh nut milk or butter!
Watch how simple it is to make.
Why Make Your Own Nut Milk
- Create alternative milks and butters free of additives and emulsifiers
- It is perfect for those with dietary needs or restrictions.
- It is cost-effective
- You can use virtually any kind of nut, seed, grain and legume.
Almond Joy Coffee Creamer
homemade dairy free coffee creamer that tastes like an Almond Joy candy bar!
- 1 cup blanched slivered almonds
- 1 tbls cocoa powder
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1 1/2 c water
- 1 1/2 tsps almond extract
- 1 1/2 tsps coconut extract
- 1/2 tbls coconut oil
- Add almonds to The NutraMilk, press "Butter" and process nuts for 5 minutes. Add in sugar and cocoa powder and process with "Butter" function for 2 more minutes.
- After sugar and cocoa have processed, add water, extracts, and coconut oil. Press "Mix" and let process for the cycle. Then press "Dispense" and open valve to let creamer pour out into a mason jar. Store in the refrigerator for up to one week.
To make Chocolate Almond Butter, stop after the cocoa and sugar have been incorporated. If you desire a creamier texture, use the "Butter" setting for a few additional minutes.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1344Total Fat: 85gSaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 45mgFiber: 17gSugar: 108gProtein: 32g
Disclosure: This post is in partnership with NutraMilk, but all my opinions are my own.
Eva A says
Hi! Thank you for the interesting article. I switched from dairy to almond milk about a year ago ( I don’t like the taste of soy milk but almond is great). I am very intrigued by the possibility of making my own milk. The nutramilk is quite expensive, though. Have you used something similar? Or can recommend something similar? Or is the nutramilk definitely worth the investment? Thanks for your help!
Wendy O'Neal says
Hi Eva, I definitely think it’s worth the price. I haven’t found an easier way to make almond milk than with the Nutramilk. w-
Oh NutraMilk do not ship to my country 🙁
And I was very intrigued. And I am very jealous of everyone who owns this product. It looks like a great product
Wendy O'Neal says
Oh that’s such a bummer. Hopefully you’ll find a way to get one shipped to you soon.
What a great natural idea! I’m going to share this with friends who like nut milks.
ellen beck says
I like the sound of this. I honestly have never heard of this machine to make nutmilks or butters both of which I love. I know it is better for me than dairy and I dont drink much of it anyway.This creamer to me sounds delicious. I drink a litle coffee with my creamer 🙂
I might have to look into this method. This was educational and a great post.
I LOVE the idea of making my own almond milk! Not just for saving money, but because I know exactly what’s going into it. I also love the thought of making my own creamers… but being allergic to coconut means this recipe will need some tweaking for me to be able to make it. 😉
Wendy O'Neal says
Thanks Becca! Is imitation coconut extract not good for you either…that’s what I used. The other way I made this was with cocoa powder, sugar, and peppermint extract for a Peppermint Mocha version. w-