What is the Best Keto Coffee Creamer + 3 Keto Coffee Creamer Recipes

A list of the best store bought Keto coffee creamers that are low carb and sugar-free. Plus 3 Keto coffee Creamer Recipes so you can make your own Keto coffee creamer at home. 

Don’t worry committing to a Keto lifestyle doesn’t mean you have to give up your precious morning cup of coffee. That would be tragic! You just have to discover what coffee creamer is Keto friendly and it’s much easier than you think.

What you’ll find in this post:

  • What store bought coffee creamer to drink on Keto diet

  • The best way to sweeten your Keto coffee,

  • How to order Keto Starbucks drinks 

  • How to make your own Keto coffee creamer

  • 3 Keto coffee creamer recipes you can try

What Coffee Creamer is Keto Friendly

There are plenty of low carb coffee creamer options out there, but I personally like to keep my morning cup of coffee simple and here and there I’ll make some MCT oil coffee when I’m feelin’ extra! 

Nut Pods

A plant based, almond and coconut creamer that is smooth and delicious. I love that Nut Pods perfectly blends with my coffee making it creamy without an over powering taste. 

  • Sugar Free Coffee Creamer

  • No Carb Coffee Creamer

  • Non Dairy Creamer

  • Vegan & Keto Friendly

Shop for Nut Pods Here

Better Half Coconut Cream & Almond Milk

If you typically take half & half in your coffee this is a delicious alternative to half & half

Onnit Emulsified MCT Oil Creamer

If you like your coffee strong and not super creamy this is a great option to add a little cream and MCT oil.  MCT Oil is one of the cleanest fuel sources for your body, and is know to increase energy and maintain a healthy metabolism.

What is the Best Keto Coffee Creamer + 3 Keto Coffee Creamer Recipes

Organic Valley Heavy Whipping Cream

You can keep it really basic and just use heavy whipping cream. I love Organic Valley, because they use absolutely NO antibiotics, synthetic hormones, toxic pesticides or GMO anything.

  • Sugar Free Coffee Creamer

  • No Carb Coffee Creamer

  • Keto Friendly

You can find Organic Valley at most grocery stores!

How to Sweeten Coffee on Keto?

The best sweeteners for keto are monk fruit or stevia. I prefer using liquid because I usually prefer iced coffee, which granulated sweeteners don’t get fully incorporated into cold drinks. 

I also prefer Lakanto monk fruit over Stevia products, because Monkfruit is a 1:1 sugar replacement, where as Stevia is not. 

My go-to sweetener is Lakanto Monk fruit liquid sweetener. I have one I keep in the center console of my car, purse and one for the house. It’s super convenient, mixes well and has no chemically aftertaste like most of the other sugar-free options. 

You simply add 3-4 Drops of Lakanto Liquid Sweetener and a splash or two of your favorite coffee creamer and you’re good to go! 

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How to Order Keto Starbucks Drinks

Whenever you order coffee from a restaurant don’t be afraid to ask questions! I had been ordering my Starbucks Iced Coffee with almond milk for years, until I found out that their Almond and coconut milk is sweetened and you don’t even wanna know how many carbs and sugars are in their almond milk. 

And not to mention their Sugar-free sauces are packed with artificial sweeteners, so try to only splurge on those here and there.

Honestly, the best option for Keto Starbucks creamer is heavy cream and either ask for it to be sweetened with Stevia or get it unsweetened and add a few drops of Lakanto Liquid Monkfruit 

Check out this list Keto friendly Starbucks Drinks you should order

How to Make Your Own Keto Coffee Creamer

All of these recipes are quick and easy to grab and go plus offer a good balance of healthy fats, a little protein, and low carb.

Brain Fuel Mocha Keto Coffee 

Iced mocha coffee is usually my go to. This recipe includes heavy cream and Keto Nootropics. The Nootropics adds the chocolate and is already sweetened with stevia extract, so you don’t even need to add any additional sweetener. 

Perfect Keto nootropic blend includes exogenous ketones to fuel cognitive activities along with MCTs and grass-fed collagen peptides for lasting fuel, especially for those who like to fast. You can get all the details on Nootropics here

If using hot coffee you can just stir with a spoon in your cup if you are using iced coffee shake all the ingredients together in a shaker cup.

Keto Bulletproof Coffee

You have probably already come across a bulletproof coffee recipe or two, which can offer some amazing benefits to your Keto Lifestyle. Bullet proof coffee typically includes MCT oil and butter. 

If you decide to give this option a try, I defiantly recommend treating this as a meal replacement, since there is already a good amount of fat in the coffee.

Also, I highly recommend using Grass-fed butter because it is a much better anti-inflammatory energy source than regular butter, which is full of hormones, pesticides and GMO’s from grain-fed cows… No Bueno

Lastly, you can use plain coconut oil, but MCT Oil has better fat burning and anti-inflammatory benefits than plain coconut oil. If you only have coconut oil right now be sure that it is unrefined and raw- organic and try to switch to MCT oil as soon as you can. Check out more info about the  MCT Oil I recommend. 

Hot coffee blend in a blender or cold coffee Shake in a shaker cup to mix all ingredients together

Homemade Keto Coconut Vanilla Ice Cube Tray Creamers

Making Keto coconut ice cube creamers is super easy and makes it even easier to pop a few of the ice cubes in your coffee and go in the mornings. 

Keep in mind this option won’t be as instantly creamy as the first too, but for someone who likes their coffee a little stronger, you got to give this one a try! 

  1. Shake the can of coconut milk to be sure it is combined well and then empty the can evenly into an ice cube tray. Let freeze overnight or at least 3 hours.

  2. Each morning you will mix 8-10 oz coffee, liquid sweetener and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

  3. Then add as many coconut milk ice cubes as you’d like. If your coffee is hot, the ice cubes will combine quicker, but you can also use cold coffee if you want your coffee a little stronger.

I hope that one of these three Keto Coffee Creamer recipes sounds like a good fit for your Keto diet menu as a quick breakfast option or an afternoon pick me up.

Now that you know What Coffee Creamer is Keto Friendly, the best way to sweeten your Keto coffee, How to Order Keto Starbucks Drinks and How to Make Your Own Keto Coffee Creamer you can enjoy your cup of coffee guilt free.

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