Customize Your Coffee With Our No-Recipe Coffee Creamers

Create 3 signature coffee creamers infused with fall flavors: pumpkin, vanilla and mint, and black tea. Plus, discover our simple ratio for making perfect cold brew every time.

Coffee and creamer go together like pumpkin and spice. But if you think you can’t make a cup of joe that tastes just as good as a pricey coffee shop latte, think again! Our homemade coffee creamers will help you brew up some caffeinated magic, just the way you like it.

Vanilla and Mint Coffee Creamer

This creamer makes a delightfully minty cup of coffee with a unique, invigorating taste.

Just combine:

  • Mix of heavy cream and whole milk (we used 1¾ cup heavy cream and ¾ cup whole milk)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract, or to taste
  • Sweetener to taste
  • Fresh mint to taste

Add the mint to the cream, vanilla and sweetener, and stir or muddle it to release the oils. Let it steep for 10 minutes before adding it to your coffee.

Pumpkin Coffee Creamer

Nothing says fall like a delicious pumpkin-flavored drink! Embrace the season with these simple ingredients.

Just combine:

  • 2 tbsp pumpkin puree
  • 2 tsp cinnamon to taste
  • 1 Scan sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 cup organic, low-fat milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla

Black Tea Coffee Creamer

This drink blends two classics to give you the best of both rich flavors.

Just combine:

  • Black tea (however you take it)
  • Condensed milk to taste

Tip: Coffee smells amazing, but used coffee mugs? Not so much. Kick that aged coffee smell to the curb by washing your cups with Home Made Simple Liquid Dish Soap. It’s available in lemon, lavender and rosemary scents and works hard to help get your dishes sparkling clean.

Hot Coffee or Cold Brew?

Some like it hot, some like it cold. If you prefer your coffee on ice, try our Cold Brew Magic Ratio. It’s 67% less acidic than hot coffee, which is great news if you have a sensitive stomach.

Here's how to make it:

  • Combine three parts ice water to one part coarsely ground beans.
  • Steep ingredients for 12 to 18 hours.
  • Filter with wet coffee filter or a paper towel.
  • Seal and refrigerate. Your cold brew will be good for up to two weeks!

The beauty of coffee is that you can tailor it to your tastes. For many of us, coffee is more than a caffeine boost; it’s a mindful start to our daily routine. Why not start every day just right?

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