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Chocolate Chip Cookie Coffee Creamer

Love Chocolate Chip Cookies? Love Coffee? You’re going to flip for this new creamer recipe! Chocolate Chip Cookie Coffee Creamer is a tasty way to start your morning.

I may or may not be addicted to homemade coffee creamers! It all started with this Pumpkin Coffee Creamer.

Homemade Coffee Creamer: Chocolate Chip Cookie flavored Coffee Creamer recipe!

Why this Recipe is Best

Since I found out how to make coffee creamer, I’ve created dozens of variations.

From Almond Joy Coffee Creamer to simple French Vanilla Coffee Creamer, they’ve saved me so much money and time!

This Chocolate Chip Cookie Coffee Creamer is no different. I took the brown sugar, vanilla and chocolate flavors I love in the classic cookies and blended them into a rich creamer.

Using a combination of sweetened condensed milk and regular milk gives the creamer a delicious consistency. It’s sweet without being cloying.

Perfect for adding to hot or iced coffee!

Ingredient Notes

Milk. You can use any kind of milk for today’s coffee creamer recipe. I usually opt for skim (2%). Whole milk will make it even richer and creamier. Nonfat would work too!

Vanilla extract. Make sure to use a real pure vanilla here. I love adding my homemade Vanilla Extract to creamers.

Homemade Coffee Creamer: Chocolate Chip Cookie flavored Coffee Creamer recipe!

Tips and Tricks

  • Always use a small saucepan with milk over low heat when you’re combining milk with cocoa powder. It only takes a few extra minutes, but it makes a world of a difference. You don’t really want a chalky cocoa powder taste to your creamer, right?
  • Add the vanilla extract to the creamer after removing it from heat. Make sure to whisk in the vanilla until well combined.
  • Store your creamer in a mason jar or covered container. You’re going to want to be able to give it a good shake before using. The sweet milk (and the chocolate) tends to settle to the bottom. Shake Shake Shake.
  • When determining your “use by” date, go by the date of your milk. I can use a batch of this creamer in about a week and a half by myself. But I drink a lot of coffee. If you need to know how long this creamer will last, check your date on your milk. That’s the date to determine your expiration on this creamer.
  • Feel free to use fat free condensed milk and fat free milk to make this creamer a little bit healthier. Or, go fully indulgent and use regular sweetened condensed milk with whole milk (or even heavy cream). YUM.
Homemade Coffee Creamer: Chocolate Chip Cookie flavored Coffee Creamer recipe!

Recipe FAQs

Can I use dark brown sugar instead of light brown?

Yes, you can. Dark brown sugar has a deeper molasses flavor and darker color so it will affect the flavor and color of the creamer accordingly.

Can I heat the milk in the microwave instead?

I don’t recommend the microwave for this recipe. Whisking the cocoa powder into the milk while it heats helps it get fully incorporated so it’s smooth and not lumpy. It’s also more difficult to control the temperature of your milk if you microwave it. Scalding the milk by accident can result in an “off” flavor in your creamer.

What can I use instead of sweetened condensed milk?

I haven’t found any substitutes for the sweetened condensed milk that give the creamer the same heavenly taste. Although, I have used fat free versions of condensed milk with great results!

Have your chocolate chip cookies and drink them too! A splash of Chocolate Chip Cookie Coffee Creamer turns your morning caffeine boost into a special treat.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Coffee Creamer

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 can (14oz) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 ½ cup milk
  • 3 Tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 3 Tablespoons light brown sugar, packed
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Instructions

  1. In a small saucepan, whisk together the sweetened condensed milk, milk, cocoa powder, and brown sugar.
  2. Heat over low heat, whisking until all ingredients are well blended.
  3. Remove from heat and add vanilla extract.
  4. Store in refrigerator until chilled.

Notes

  • Store in refrigerator. You can determine the "use by" date by using the expiration date on your milk.

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About Aimee

Aimee is a dessert lover (specifically rice krispie treats), workout enthusiast, self-taught foodie, and recipe creator.

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Posted on October 14, 2014

Comments & Reviews

  1. This creamer recipe is divine! I live out in the country, and driving into the city just to get ‘last-minute-oops-we’re-out-of-creamer’ can be a hassle – plus I was wanting a healthier and homemade version of the Snickers creamer I use. I keep two mason jars of this creamer – one jar is for the original chocolate chip coffee creamer flavor, and the other jar is a modified version of my Snickers creamers where I use this recipe as a base. I simply add 1/2 tsp of powdered peanut butter + a 1/2 tsp of almond extract to the original recipe. THANK YOU! I’m in love ☕️

    1. Oh my goodness, yours sound delicious! I don’t buy flavored coffee creamer because of all the chemicals they put in them… but this one I’ll have to try! Thanks 😊

  2. Came across your website accidentally and so happy I did!

    I loved the Hill’s Bro’s flavor of coffee called Cinnamon Vanilla Nut. I’ve searched for it extensively and can only conclude that they don’t make it anymore.

    Sooooo, I’ve considered trying to use your recipe for French Vanilla coffee creamer as a basis and adding cinnamon to it. However, I’ve no idea what to use for the “nut” part of the trio. Any ideas?

    Appreciate any insights you might have. Thanks!!

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