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How to Make Liquid Creamer Out of Coffee-Mate Powder

How to Make Liquid Creamer Out of Coffee-Mate Powder? |Coffee Maker?

Coffee-mate is a purely coffee creamer and is widely used by coffee lovers. However, Coffee-mate is also used to create a great-tasting coffee creamer that can be stored on the shelf or refrigerator. Over the years, we have discovered that the best way to store Coffee-Mate is to make it liquid. The process of making liquid Coffee-Mate is very simple.

Coffee-mate is one of the most popular creamers in the world with a huge variety of flavors. You can find it in most stores, but it is hard to find in powder form. This can be inconvenient if you want to make a drink at home. You need to go to a store and buy the powder. However, if you just want to make a cup of coffee at home, it can be inconvenient. Thankfully, there is another way.

Top-quality coffee means more than just a great-tasting cup of Joe. Coffee can offer so much more in terms of nutrition and health benefits. Today, I’m disappointed to share a simple tip I discovered that can easily ruin your coffee. This tip is simple, but it can lead to a lot of regrets. I hope this information helps you avoid the same mistakes I’ve made.

How to make a sweeter, creamier cup of coffee with coffee-mate powder

Coffee-mate powder, such as the Mocha Flavor Coffeemate, can be an excellent alternative to granulated sugar in your coffee to keep it from getting too bitter while maintaining creaminess. But if you add too much, your coffee will become too sweet and not sweet enough at the same time – and that’s not very enjoyable to drink! To avoid this problem and get the most out of your coffee-mate powder, here are some helpful tips on how to make liquid creamer out of coffee-mate powder and get the perfect balance in your cup of joe every time.

Step 1. Place the ingredients in a small saucepan on medium heat

2 tablespoons of sugar (granulated or brown), 1 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder, and 2 tablespoons of water. Stir well and let boil for 1 minute. Remove from heat. Let cool. Stir again until smooth. Pour into an airtight container such as a canning jar or glass measuring cup with a lid. Keep refrigerated for up to 5 days or freeze it for up to 3 months in advance and thaw before you use it next time.

Step 2. Bring it to boil

Add one teaspoon of water at first and bring it to a boil. Make sure it is 100% boiled. (Optional: you can also add in your favorite spices such as cinnamon or mint). Remove from heat immediately once it has been completely boiled for about 5 minutes. Be careful as coffee tends to be hot so have some protection for your hands like mittens or gloves when handling it. Let it sit for about 1 hour after cooling off and your creamer is ready! Enjoy!

Step 3. Let it simmer until it is reduced by half (this took about 5 minutes for me)

I poured 1/4 cup of water into my saucepan, and then I added 1/2 tablespoon of coffee-mate powder. Then I let it simmer on low until all that was left was about 1/8th a tablespoon (for me) or so. The longer you cook it and reduce it, the more flavor and sweetness you’ll end up with. If you want more like an actual liquid creamer consistency rather than having a syrup almost… you can add in milk or milk substitutes as needed to thin it out after simmering.

Step 4. Let it cool off slightly

After it comes out of your machine, coffee should be served at around 150 degrees Fahrenheit (65 degrees Celsius) or lower. If you put hot coffee into your refrigerator, it will warm up and lose its flavor by morning. If you want iced coffee instead of hot, place cold water in a glass or ceramic container then add 2 tablespoons of ground beans for every 6 ounces (177 ml) desired. Stir them until they are ground as finely as possible and let them sit for 1 hour.

Step 5. Enjoy your creamy homemade creamer!

One tablespoon of your homemade creamer is equivalent to one envelope and one tablespoon of store-bought liquid creamer. Enjoy! Make sure that you note on your label how many tablespoons are equivalent. Enjoying your creamy homemade creamer can be really sweet if you use it in hot chocolate or other hot drinks as well. There’s no reason you should stop at just adding it to your morning joe—add it to all kinds of things. The versatility is up to you.

conclusion

Coffee-mate is a coffee creamer that is widely used by coffee lovers. However, Coffee-mate is also used to create a great-tasting coffee creamer that can be stored on the shelf or refrigerator. Over the years, we have discovered that the best way to store Coffee-Mate is to make it liquid. The process of making liquid Coffee-Mate is very simple.

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