A tasty and healthy Homemade Sugar-Free Coffee Creamer that is low-carb and made with just three simple ingredients. This clean-eating paleo and keto vanilla coffee creamer is an easy DIY alternative to store bought.

sugar-free coffee creamer in a glass pitcher with flowers and ice coffee

Caffeine and I are not the best of friends, but a lifetime of being a terrible sleeper has me finally starting to embrace a glass of cold brew in the mornings. Getting up between 4 and 5 am 358 days a year may have something to do with it.

Or it could be that I’m almost 37, so I guess my natural annoying and bouncing energy supply is starting to dwindle. Allegedly.

Sugar and I have a complicated relationship and I need to keep myself in constant check around the delicious, delicious white dragon. Since black coffee is absolutely disgusting, I needed to find an alternative coffee creamer that was a) healthy b) naturally sweetened without added sugar c) didn’t taste like Sasquatches butt.

What is In Sugar-Free Coffee Creamer?

If we’re talking store-bought creamer, it’s full of words that you can’t pronounce that can come with some creepy side effects. From the CoffeeMate site:

Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Coconut and/or Palm Kernel and/or Soybean), Corn Syrup Solids**, Sodium Caseinate (a Milk Derivative)***, Natural and Artificial Flavors, and Less than 2% of Dipotassium Phosphates, Mono- and Diglycerides, Salt, Sodium Aluminosilicate, Sucralose, Acesulfame Potassium (Non-Nutritive Sweetener), Yeast. **Adds a Trivial Amount of Sugar. ***Not a Source of Lactose.

So um, quick show of hands – when you’re making coffee at home, who here is reaching for some hydrogenated vegetable oil? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

Sure, people make and drink bulletproof coffee, but the ingredients above most certainly are not for that.