Vanilla Coconut Milk is something you will always find in our fridge. We use it on a daily basis and I guess you can say it’s our replacement for milk. It has quite a few uses.
First, the obvious. It’s an amazing replacement for coffee creamer. This creamy coconut goodness with a touch of
Third, more, more caffeine. This is great with tea, especially my favorite, earl grey. I love enjoying a London Fog, which is an earl grey latte. After brewing a cup of earl grey tea, I add a teaspoon of honey, and a tablespoon or two vanilla coconut milk. Yum! Again, I’m not steaming the coconut milk, as you might normally for any dairy latte. I let the creamy vanilla coconut milk do its own thing.
Fourth, it’s amazing on top of
Fifth, something more savory, eggs. Scrambled eggs or omelets to be exact. Adding about one tablespoon of vanilla coconut milk per three eggs makes for a tasty, fluffy bowl of scrambled eggs, or omelet.
This recipe is super simple… only 2 ingredients!
- Full-fat coconut milk
- Vanilla extract
What tools you’ll need:
- Immersion Blender
- A cup or bowl to blend in
I use an immersion blender because it’s easy and minimal cleanup, but if you don’t have one there are plenty of options around this. You can use a regular blender, a hand mixer, a stand mixer, or even a whisk coupled with your amazing whisking skills.
Enjoy this delightful dairy-free milk with coffee, tea, fruit, or more.
- 1 can full-fat coconut milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
Open can of coconut milk and empty contents into your mixing cup or bowl.
Add vanilla to the coconut milk.
Use immersion blender* to mix ingredients thoroughly. (About 15 seconds.)
Store in a covered container in the fridge for 7 to 10 days.
*I use an immersion blender because it’s easy and minimal cleanup, but if you don’t have one, there are plenty of options to use to make this. You can use a regular blender, a hand mixer, a stand mixer, or even a whisk coupled with your amazing whisking skills (whisking will take longer to mix ingredients thoroughly).
Vanilla Coconut Coffee Creamer
If you are looking for more of a coffee creamer only, try adding an additional teaspoon of vanilla extract plus two tablespoons of maple syrup.