Keto Coffee Creamer Recipe (Creamy and Sugar Free)

Although I love black coffee, there are certain days when I crave a little sweet treat. Traditional coffee creamers are full of sugar, carbs, and calories. How can you satisfy your sweet tooth without all of that added sugar?

If you are looking for low-carb coffee creamer options to liven up your coffee drinks, we have some excellent (and tasty) options.

Creamers Alternatives You Can Have on Keto

If you are hoping for something you can keep on hand and dump into your morning coffee, these might fit the bill for you.

  • Almond Milk: You can keep multiple kinds of almond milk in your refrigerator to add to coffee and other keto recipes. There is plain unsweetened almond milk and chocolate and vanilla almond milk. An added benefit is almond milk is a dairy-free option.

  • Full-Fat Coconut Milk: Many people prefer a creamer to have the richness and fullness of store-bought creamers, and full-fat coconut milk will give you that. In addition, coconut milk adds a lovely coconut cream taste to the coffee.

  • Heavy Whipping Cream: Another popular choice for those eating keto is to add heavy whipping cream to their cup of coffee. It is low carb, but it also has added fat that helps keep those cravings at bay while keeping you in ketosis.

Our Recipe for Basic Creamer


  • 1 ½ cups heavy whipping cream (or full-fat coconut milk)

  • ⅓ cup Fiberyum Tapioca Soluble Fiber Syrup or Allulose Sweetener

  • ⅓ cup sugar-free powdered sugar

  • ¾ cup coconut water or almond milk

  • 1 teaspoon sugar free vanilla extract

  • Additional sweeteners and/or flavors to taste


  • Combine the cream (or coconut milk) and sweeteners in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Bring the mixture to a simmer, and then reduce the heat. Simmer the mixture for 15 minutes and then remove it from heat.

  • Whisk in the almond milk and vanilla extract. Taste and whisk in more sweetener if desired.

  • You can now add any additional flavorings you wish to add.

  • Let the mixture cool completely before transferring it to a glass jar.

  • You can store your homemade keto coffee creamer in the fridge for up to a week. Shake before using.

Nutritional Information

A serving size of 2 tablespoons has roughly 85 calories and less than one net carb.

Flavor Options

If you are looking for some different flavor options, start with the basic recipe above and add or substitute in:

  • Chocolate Creamer: Substitute chocolate almond milk for the regular almond milk and add cocoa powder.

  • Hazelnut Creamer: add hazelnut extract

  • Pumpkin Spice Creamer: add pumpkin seasoning, allspice, cinnamon and even pumpkin puree

Ready Made, Keto-Friendly Coffee Creamer Options

Sometimes, purchasing an item that will keep you on your low-carb diet is easier and more convenient. Many excellent items are available either from Amazon or your local grocery store.

  • Bulletproof French Vanilla: Bulletproof keto coffee creamer is a shelf-stable powder with essential MCT oil and grass-fed butter. Other flavors include peppermint, pumpkin, hazelnut, and original.

  • Nut Pods: Some people prefer a liquid creamer over the powder options, and Nut Pods makes an excellent one. Offered in a variety of flavors, this low-calorie, low-carb, sugar-free creamer is available in a delicious variety pack on Amazon.

  • Starbucks Creamer: Starbucks sells some amazing coffee creamers with zero carbs and tremendous taste. You can pair it with a Starbucks coffee you brew at home and replicate the morning cup of hot or iced coffee you get at the drive-through at a fraction of the cost, calories, and carbohydrates.

  • Vital Proteins Collagen CreamerThis powder creamer is non-dairy, low in sugar and supplemented with collagen peptides. It comes in multiple flavors, including vanilla, coconut, and mocha.

Can I Have Coffee Mate Sugar Free Creamer on Keto?

Coffee Mate makes some excellent sugar-free creamers that, while sugar-free, can kick some people out of ketosis.

Any creamer (or any other produce for that matter) made with sucralose can have a negative impact on a keto diet and should be enjoyed in moderation (even if they are low in carbohydrates).

Many excellent sugar-free coffee creamers are not best for ketogenic diets. Make intelligent choices about the artificial sweeteners you use. For example, choose monk fruit over aspartame or sucralose products.

Can I Use Half and Half on Keto Diet?

Half and half is not the best choice when following a keto diet. However, using it in moderation can be okay and allow you to stay in ketosis.