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I don't like flavored or sweet coffee but made this for my husband and he said that it was really good but that it could have used a little bit more vanilla. I plan on experimenting with other flavors for him. Thanks for sharing!
There are a lot of variations, play with this recipe! You can use hemp, coconut or almond milk in place of milk, and I use more like 2 1/4c because sweetened condensed milk is crazy sweet. When I use hemp milk (which is thicker), I add something thinner for the extra 1/2c so that it's not so thick. Also, in place of vanilla extract you can use almond extract! So simple and versatile!
This is a good recipe if you are trying to save since coffee creamer is expensive. My husband is one that has a little coffee with his creamer so we are always having to buy more. I followed the directions (super easy). I look forward to trying different flavors maybe different types of milk like almond or coconut.
Forgot to by creamer at the store, so I figured I would give this a try. I made my own sweetened condensed milk with 1 (12 oz) can evap milk 1 ³/4 cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla Then I added everything to the recipe above. I like it. I will definitely make it again. I think I'm going to play with flavors next time.
This coffee creamer is awesome! Now you know what is going into your coffee every morning. I decided to split the recipe in half, as the yield is way too high. I am the only one who uses creamer, so yeah.