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5 Creamer Substitutes | Is Coffee Creamer Bad for You?

Is Coffee Creamer Bad for You?

 

coffee cup with creamer alternatives and substitutes

Coffee creamers aren’t “bad” per se – nothing is if you consume it in moderation. ­čśë However, if you’re not tracking macros consistently (or not at all), calories can add up really fast, especially with things like coffee creamers. Here are 5 creamer substitutes that will make ditching your typical coffee creamer a breeze!

This is one of my favorite ways to make my coffee in the morning! It’s a great way to get some extra protein in and the flavor possibilities are endless. My current go-to is an equal splash of Vanilla Premiere Protein and Maple Donut NLA For Her protein powder

  • Spices, like Cinnamon or Pumpkin Spice

This is a must have if you’re watching your calories and sugar. Cinnamon is also an anti-inflammatory, it’s a win-win!

  • Almond or Cashew Milk

I love using almond milk in my coffee. This is great option if you like a lot of cream in your coffee, but don’t want to break the calorie bank (only 30 per 1 C)! Talk about getting the best bang for your buck!┬á

  • Low Fat Half & Half

Substitute creamer low fat half and half to create another unique and creamy texture to your iced or hot coffee

  • Sugar Free Syrups, like Torani

Get creative with this one – lots of options like caramel, Irish cream and ┬áchocolate macadamia nut, you’ll find a tasty and low calorie option everyone will lov

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