Paleo Coffee Creamer Recipe – This Is a Coffee Game Changer

Coffee is a delicious and soothing ritual for me, but as hard as I try I just can’t enjoy the “healthy” version and drink it black. So when I heard of this Paleo Coffee Creamer I knew I had to give it a shot.

Homemade Paleo Coffee Creamer - This is a coffee game changer. It only takes a few seconds to whip up and is a clean eating option for those of you who love flavored coffee creamer. | The Bewitchin Kitchen

Paleo Coffee Creamer

I really enjoy my coffee, it’s not something I care to permanently give up (although I will try to go coffee-less every once in a while out of pure torture). I have one every morning while I catch up on emails and promote some posts and then again in the afternoon while I watch Days of Our Lives (yes, it’s my guilty pleasure).

Lately, I have been drinking it with no cream and a few drops of stevia, but it just wasn’t hitting the spot for me. I’m going to be completely honest here:

I miss my chemical-filled flavored coffee creamers.

Like, a lot.

Especially the chocolate mint one.

So when my lovely coach, Jenelle Summers, posted this fun coffee trick on her Instagram: I knew I would be trying it. You can follow Jenelle on Instagram here and while you’re at it follow me too.

Paleo Coffee Creamer Step By Step Tutorial

Homemade Paleo Coffee Creamer - This is a coffee game changer. It only takes a few seconds to whip up and is a clean eating option for those of you who love flavored coffee creamer. | The Bewitchin Kitchen

Supplies needed:

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Step 1

Make yourself a cup of coffee. I use my Keurig 2.0, I love this thing. You can make a full carafe if you have guests over (or a long day a head), it’s very handy. I actually wrote a review on it a few weeks ago. Read my Keurig 2.0 review (there is also a delicious recipe for an Iced Maple Pumpkin Spice Latte there as well).

Blending coffee with coconut oil has amazing health benefits. Homemade Paleo Coffee Creamer - This is a coffee game changer.

Step 2

Add your coffee to a blender (I use a Vitamix and love it – read my Vitamix review for details and it’s available at or along with 1 tsp organic coconut oil. Yes, I said coconut oil – trust me.

Homemade Paleo Coffee Creamer - This is a coffee game changer. It only takes a few seconds to whip up and is a clean eating option for those of you who love flavored coffee creamer. | The Bewitchin Kitchen

Step 4

Blend. See the change of color? It’s like there is actual cream in there, you don’t get that by just stirring oil in your coffee. You must blend it.

Homemade Paleo Coffee Creamer - This is a coffee game changer. It only takes a few seconds to whip up and is a clean eating option for those of you who love flavored coffee creamer. | The Bewitchin Kitchen

Step 5


I love how frothy the top is, it tastes like such a treat.

Paleo Coffee Creamer Variations:

I like my coffee on the sweeter side, but I was able to drink it with just coconut oil. There is something about the coconut oil that makes it sweeter, it’s so lovely.

However, I have been experimenting the past few days and if you’re looking for a little something special here is a quick recipe:

Paleo Peppermint Latte recipe - It only takes a few seconds to whip up and is a clean eating option for those of us who love lattes. | The Bewitchin Kitchen

Paleo Peppermint Latte

  • 10 oz coffee
  • 1 tsp organic coconut oil (I use this one)
  • 1/4 tsp peppermint extract
  • Stevia to taste

Put in blender and blend until smooth and creamy.

Reading this in the summer? Check out my recipe forΒ Paleo Coffee Popsicles.

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75 comments on “Paleo Coffee Creamer Recipe – This Is a Coffee Game Changer”

  1. Yummm, mine turns out similar from my bulletproof coffee. So creamy and I prefer that now to cream. I haven’t thought about using peppermint, I will have to try it. I have been adding spices occasionally to make a gingerbread coffee.

  2. My husband loves coffee creamer. I will have to try this out.

  3. This is so awesome! Saving, bookmarking, Pinning and sharing!! Randa, I can’t wait to try this!!!

  4. I must admit that I like my coffee sweet too. Sweet as in double sugar, three cream. I have cut way back though in the past couple of months. I use to have at least one coffee a day, and often two, but now I am down to a couple of times a week, sometimes not even at all. I am back on the tea kick, bu this whole coconut oil idea looks pretty cool! I wonder how it would be for my hubby? He uses a sweetener, but the same cream as I..

  5. This sounds really good. I love my coffee extra creamy. Double double

  6. What a great idea. Sticking to a diet shouldn’t mean giving up the things you love. It’s great that you were still able to do both!

  7. Really, just coconut oil??? wow it looks delicious, but I would have never thought of adding coconut oil to coffee.

    • I did it before with a health and fitness program I followed, but I just stirred it in. Blending it really gives it this amazing texture and result.

  8. Not sure if you noticed or not but Also helps to curb appetite! Love my BPC! I use a tbsp sometimes 2 depending on what my schedule looks like for when i will be able to get a snack in.

  9. This I must try. Does it not end up making all the flavours taste like coconut?

  10. That is a pretty cool idea. Who would have guessed. Might have to try it. I’m sitting here out of my creamer right now anyway. πŸ™‚

  11. sounds amazing & so easy

  12. So this is kind of genius! I am not a huge coffee drinker but next time I make myself a cup I will have to try this!

  13. I have never heard of this before but it sounds really interesting. Since I have a Keurig, a Vitamix, and coconut oil, I will try this right now. Thanks for sharing!

  14. Awesome idea! Trying very soon. Pinning too!! I <3 coconut oil.

  15. I have to try this. I am a half and half girl, no sugar, tried to drink it all black. Ugh. Don’t like it. I also LOVE days of our lives.

    • Well next time you watch Days..make this and think of me πŸ™‚

    • I will. I don’t have a blender but I have a handheld one might try it that way. Where I live Days is on at 1am so I always have to watch it the next day. Thank goodness for spoilers!

  16. Yes I love having my coffee with coconut oil. I als add a little cinnamon with vanilla and its like a vanilla latte. YUM!

  17. This sounds great! I need to try coconut oil. Thanks for sharing at What’d You Do This Weekend? πŸ™‚

  18. Thanks for the invite, off to link up πŸ™‚

  19. This is a great alternative to creamer. I can’t wait to try it!

  20. Who knew coconut oil would turn out so creamy and frothy, it looks great. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great day!!

  21. Okay, I’ll admit, I’ve seen this floating around pinterest for awhile and I’ve been super skeptical, but I decided this morning that I’d give it a try, I’m also addicted to those bad for you creamers. Well, I’m sitting here sipping on my coconut oil coffee and loving it! I didn’t use any sweetener, but I probably will next time, it’s delicious and I’m happy to say that I might just be able to say goodbye to my creamers!

  22. I become more impressed and fascinated by coconut oil everyday… many great things to do with it!

  23. I have been using coconut oil more now for recipes I have been trying on my Paleo diet. Great to see this coffee creamer recipe, since I love my coffee and don’t want to just have it black.

  24. Finally did this. Sprinkled the top with cinnamon. So delicious

  25. yummy i have to make this , hubby would love it , thanks for sharing looks totally delish πŸ™‚

  26. This is interesting and I am going to try this for my coffee.

  27. What kind of coconut oil did you use? Unrefined or refined?

  28. Wow! This is a game changer for me! I have a love/hate relationship with my chemical filled creamers but this was just sooo good I may finally give them up!! I may try adding cocoa powder or vanilla extract next time!! Thanks!

  29. I got super excited when I saw this! I want to try it, I know it’s better then the flavored creamers, but I thought coconut oil is pretty high in calories?

    • It works out similar to what the creamers are and it’s a healthy fat. It’s good for you. Sometimes calories aren’t everything πŸ™‚

  30. So looking forward to trying this. I use the non-dairy creamers too but feel so guilty because of the milk derivitives in them. I’m trying to get to 100% vegan. Though that’s the only dairy I have, guilt sets in. Can’t wait to try. Quick ques- Does it matter if the oil is in solid form? Kinda warm in my apartment so my coco oil is liquid form right now.Wanted to know if I should stick it in the fridge. Thank you for this!!
    Kristine πŸ™‚

    • It shouldn’t matter because once it’s whipped up in the blender it should still do the same thing πŸ™‚
      PS – Silk now has an almond coffee cream that I like. I can’t do the coconut creamers.

    • Yes, the almond creamer is delish! Little pricey though so not always an option . Thanks so much for the tip and for responding so quickly. You have a great weekend (and a pretty name), Randa! πŸ™‚

    • Maybe I should learn how to make it and post it πŸ™‚

      Awe thank you so much Kristine, have a fabulous weekend yourself and thanks for coming by the blog. I hope to “see” you again soon and chat with ya.

  31. The only thing I miss since changing to a gut- healing, clean eating, paleo diet is my coffee and delicious creamers. Thank you for this post. I knew there had to be a way to be able to enjoy my coffee again!

  32. I like my coffee sweet as well. I use a small amount of organic honey for a little added sweetness!

  33. I use to only do those very bad for you creamers. Lately what I do instead is pretty similar to yours. The only difference is I put about 1 tblsp of coconut cream from coconut milk can and about 1 tsp of coconut oil. Makes it soooo much more creamier!!!

  34. Thank you so much for posting this! I appreciate that you provided measurements. It works and is so much better than the coconut milk I’ve been using! I can’t wait to check out your other pins πŸ™‚

  35. Curious, your recipe calls for 1 tsp of coconut oil. I’ve seen others that call for 1 tbsp but am reluctant to try because that’s 120 calories. Will 1 tsp really work to provide the results above?

    • You bet Sherri, it’s all I ever use. I’m scared of 1 tbsp for calories as well. I blend it fast and it gets the results shown.

    • I tried it this morning and you’re right, this is pretty great. I will need to find some healthy tweaks to maybe flavor it a little bit more, but with just the coconut on its own it’s definitely good. Thanks for the suggestion!

    • Try extracts! 1/4 tsp or even 1/8 tsp.

  36. I’m glad I tried it but it didn’t taste anything like the coffee mate creamer. From reading the post it sounded that way. Then I spent $35 buying all the ingredients and it’s just not similar. Maybe say it’s different but good…but not the same.

    • Hey Nicole, I never said it did but I did put out there that it’s a great replacement πŸ™‚ It hits the spot for me. Have a great day.

  37. This worked great! It’s still not as goods regular creamer but still hits the spot!

  38. What a great idea! I made mine with almond extract instead of peppermint & it’s delicious! Thanks.

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  40. Hi! I have done this two mornings in a row and it tastes great and I am happy to have a non-dairy option. I’ve tried the other nut-milk/oat-milk creamers and they do not do it for me. However, I noticed that when I drink my coffee I get a slightly scratchy feeling in the back of my throat. I am not allergic to coconut and often eat it and use coconut oil and have never had this. Thoughts? Anyone else have this?

    • Hmmm…that’s a good question. I haven’t had this (to my memory) but I’ll publish this comment and see if anyone else can help you out πŸ™‚

  41. oh, I never tried putting coconut oil to my lattes.
    Gave it a try for the first time and it made my latte taste soo rich and flavourful. Thanks for sharing these amazing recipes

  42. wow nice , surely will try this way.

  43. Anyone make this in a Ninja Blender with plastic container? I wonder if the heat of the coffee will damage the plastic. Can’t wait to try it.


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