6 easy ways to make soy coffee creamer at home

Homemade soy coffee creamer often tastes better and is more healthy than highly processed powder soy creamer or liquid soy coffee creamers bought in the store. Making your own soy coffee creamer is easy to do and allows you to control the sweetness and quality of the ingredients. When possible, use organic, locally grown soy milk.

Why use soy coffee creamer

Soy creamer is made from soy milk, which is a plant-based milk made from soybeans. It can be purchased as liquid soy creamer or a powder soy creamer.

We listed 6 reasons why you should consider using soy creamer in your coffee:

  • Dairy-free: Soy creamer is a great option for people who are vegan diet or don’t want to consume milk byproducts.
    • The most common milk byproducts are: Curds, whey or whey powder, skimmed milk powder, Casein or sodium caseinate, Milk protein or hydrolyzed milk protein, lactose, milk sugar, concentrated butter, butter oil, butter powder, milk fat, or milk salt.
  • Low in saturated (solid) fat: Soy creamer is typically lower in saturated fat than traditional creamers.
  • Easy to make: Making your own soy creamer at home is surprisingly easy and requires just a few ingredients.
  • Customizable: When you make your soy creamer, you can customize it and add flavors like vanilla, nutmeg, or cinnamon.
  • Cheaper: Making your own soy creamer is often less expensive than buying pre-made creamer from the store.
  • Environmentally friendly: Soybeans are a renewable crop and a more environmentally friendly option than traditional dairy creamer.

How to make soy coffee creamer

Basic soy coffee creamer ingredients:

  • 1 cup of unflavored soy milk
  • 1 tablespoon of sweetener (honey, maple syrup, agave nectar, simple syrup)
  • Vanilla extract

Steps to make basic soy coffee creamer:

  1. Combine the ingredients in a small saucepan.
  2. Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring constantly, until it comes to a simmer.
  3. Lower the heat to low and let simmer for 5-8 minutes, stirring occasionally, until it thickens slightly.
  4. Remove the pan from the heat and let it cool.
  5. Once cool, pour the liquid into a blender and blend on high until it is smooth and creamy.
  6. All done! You can store your homemade soy coffee creamer in a jar in the refrigerator for about two weeks.

6 Recipes for homemade soy coffee creamer

Here are six recipes for soy coffee creamer that are easy to make and delicious. When possible, use organic or grass-fed ingredients.

  1. Basic Soy coffee creamer: See the recipe above.
  2. Almond soy coffee creamer: For an almond-flavored creamer, add a teaspoon of almond extract to the basic soy creamer recipe. You can also use almond-flavored soy milk instead of unflavored soy milk.
  3. Cinnamon soy coffee creamer: To make a cinnamon-flavored creamer, add a teaspoon of ground cinnamon to the basic soy creamer recipe. Adding cinnamon to your creamer gives it a warm comforting flavor.
  4. Chocolate soy coffee creamer: For a chocolate-flavored soy coffee creamer, add a teaspoon of cocoa powder and a teaspoon of vanilla extract to the basic soy creamer recipe. Stir until the cocoa powder is fully dissolved.
  5. Maple soy coffee creamer: To make a maple-flavored creamer, add a teaspoon of maple syrup to the basic soy creamer recipe. You can also use maple-flavored soy milk.
  6. Coconut soy coffee creamer: If you enjoy coconut, add a teaspoon of coconut cream to the basic soy creamer recipe.
  7. Nutmeg soy coffee creamer: To make a nutmeg-flavored soy coffee creamer, add a teaspoon of nutmeg to your creamer. Nutmeg soy coffee creamer is a warm comforting flavor, great for rainy and snow days.

These six recipes for soy coffee creamer are just the beginning. Feel free to experiment with different flavors and sweeteners to find the perfect creamer for your cup of coffee.

Things to know about homemade soy coffee creamer today!

Making soy coffee creamer at home is simple and requires a few ingredients. Experiment with our soy coffee creamer recipes and find one that tastes best to you! If you want an extra twist, consider trying dairy-free coconut creamer.

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