Love adding a little bit of sweetness to your coffee? It’s time to make this Dulce De Leche Coffee Creamer asap! The sweet taste is the perfect addition to any hot cup of joe and you’re going to love the fact that you made it easily all on your own.
And if you’re a fan of coffee and caffeine like me, there’s no reason for you to even wait. With a handful of ingredients, this just might be the easiest coffee creamer recipe, yet!
Although this is one of my go-to creamer recipes, I love the flavor of this Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer, too. Perfect for fall and one of my seasonal favorites.
Dulce De Leche Coffee Creamer
If you have 10 minutes of time, you’ve got more than enough time to make this simple coffee creamer. It tastes amazing, and it’s made using just three easy ingredients as well.
Why buy store-bought creamer with a list of ingredients longer than your last shopping receipt from CVS when you can rest easy knowing the simplicity of this coffee creamer instead?
How long can you store this coffee creamer?
For it to stay as fresh as possible, I would say that you need to use it within 5-7 days of making it. I really don’t think you’ll have any issues making that happen, but it’s a good goal to keep in mind for future reference.
What does dulce de leche taste like?
A lot of people say that it reminds them of caramel so that’s probably a very good comparison to give you a good idea.
Ingredients needed to make Dulce de Leche creamer
This list of ingredients is all you’ll need to get started!
- 2 cups of whole milk
- 1 tin of dulce de leche
- 1 tbsp vanilla extract
How to make Dulce de Leche coffee creamer
Mix all ingredients in a large mason jar, make sure to put the lid on well!
Shake the jar well to combine all the ingredients
Use as a coffee creamer in coffee
It’s literally as easy as that!
How do you store this creamer for later?
Due to the ingredients, this will need to be stored in the fridge. You’ll find that as long as you store it in a container with a lid, it’ll stay fresh and delicious for several days.
I like to store it in a mason jar with a lid because it’s easy to pour and use when I’m ready for it.
Now, it’s your turn!
Who are you going to share a cup of coffee and this homemade coffee creamer with?
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