Califia · coffee creamer · International Delight · Pure Silk

Battle Of The Coffee Creamers

How To Cream Your Coffee In A Healthy Way

I absolutely LOVE coffee.  Love it! Most of the time I drink it black but my stomach likes to remind me that it needs its lining. 

Now you’re left with how do I cream my coffee?  Here are some of the ways I opt to cream my coffee:
  1. Non-fat milk (at home)
  2. Half and half mixed with non-fat milk (this is usually done at Starbucks because I’m breaking my bank so why not break my waist line while I’m at it)
  3. Almond Milk (Pure Silk unsweetened — consistency is a little bit too thick)
  4. International Delight (super guilty after drinking)
  5. NEW: Califia Almond Milk Creamer … this is it … I’ve found my dream creamer! Tried the Pecan Caramel and I’m in heaven! Not too thick and full of flavor!

Only 15 calories and no fat!  Not to mention it doesn’t have all the nasty preservative that International Delight has … really?  Not sure what some of this stuff is …

  1. NON-DAIRY PRODUCT INGREDIENTS: WATER, CANE SUGAR, PALM OIL, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING: SODIUM CASEINATE* (A MILK DERIVATIVE), DIPOTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, MONO AND DIGLYCERIDES, SODIUM STEAROYL LACTYLATE, POLYSORBATE 60, CARRAGEENANSALT.
  2. Coffee creamer goal: Go as natural as possible and avoid all the extra calories I don’t need.  Sugar is bad!  Artificial is bad! Ingredients with long scientific sounding names are bad!

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