This Peppermint White Chocolate Coffee Creamer is THE perfect addition to your morning cup of java on cold winter days. It’s a perfect way to celebrate the holidays, and is a great little peppermint pick-me-up!
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I mean, I remember when we were partying like it was 1999 back in 19…oh man, *gulp* 82.
Now it’s 20 years past that and SO much has and continues to happen.
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So, about this Peppermint White Chocolate Coffee Creamer recipe…
You can make your own coffee creamer at home??
Yes, yes you can!
AND it’s stupid easy, too!
You only need a few simple ingredients just like this Homemade French Vanilla Coffee Creamer.
And presto, you’re enjoying your morning coffee without having to run to the store in a mad dash.
I hate that.
Look for more coffee creamer flavors to come in 2019!
I’m on it because who said that coffee has to be boring? Not me!
SAVE THIS PEPPERMINT WHITE CHOCOLATE COFFEE CREAMER TO YOUR FAVORITE PINTEREST BOARD!
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How to Make Peppermint White Chocolate Coffee Creamer –
Use a container that’s large enough to hold 28 ounces.
I have a porcelain bottle just like this.
Pour in the milk.
Carefully pour in the sweetened condensed milk.
By carefully I mean, don’t try to take a picture of yourself doing it. LOL
Add the peppermint extract.
I love a strong peppermint flavor in my coffee, where my husband prefers less.
He thought the peppermint was too strong.
So, if you’re nervous about the flavor intensity, add one teaspoon of peppermint to start and add by a half teaspoon to taste.
You can always add, you just can’t go back in flavor.
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I’m excited to come up with more flavors besides this Peppermint White Chocolate Coffee Creamer. I love the Peppermint White Chocolate Mochas at Starbucks, but if I can save a few dollars and probably a few calories then I’m all for it!
This Creme Brulee Coffee Creamer from Aimee at Shugary Sweets sounds like heaven in a cup! It must be SO good!
Celebrating a birthday of someone you love? Surprise them with this Funfetti Coffee Creamer from Dorothy of Crazy for Crust. I can’t think of a better way to start my birthday, can you?
Can I tell you just how much I love this idea from Alyssa at Everyday Maven? She’s made Coffee Creamer Ice Cubes! These are perfect for wanting that cup of coffee to cool down really quick. You’re killing two birds with one stone!
While you’re drinking your coffee flavored with one of the above coffee creamers, you can also treat yourself to one of these French Breakfast Puffs. They’re delightfully delicious!
- 14 ounces whole milk
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk
- 3 tablespoons Torani White Chocolate Sauce
- 2 teaspoons peppermint extract
Pour the milk into a container large enough to hold 28 ounces.
Add the sweetened condensed milk.
Add the Torani White Chocolate Sauce.
Add the peppermint.
I love a strong peppermint flavor in my coffee, where my husband prefers less and thought the peppermint was too strong. If you're nervous about the flavor intensity, add one teaspoon of peppermint to start and add by a half teaspoon to taste.
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