10 Vegan Coffee Creamers You Need In Your Morning Cuppa

10 Vegan Coffee Creamers You Need In Your Morning Cuppa

“Don’t talk to me until I’ve had my coffee.” We get it. Coffee is a simple pleasure for some and a necessity for others. Whether you drink it hot or iced, most can agree that there’s nothing like watching that beautiful cloud of creamer bloom and swirl through your morning cuppa. We crave that experience, which makes it all the more disappointing when we watch our almond or soy milk turn our coffee into a cup of curdles.

Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be this way. There is an easy vegan solution, and it doesn’t require any of the hacks that have become so popular on the internet.

The vegan creamer market is growing. According to new research from the Good Food Institute, the category is currently worth $226 million. In the past year, sales have grown 40 percent, and in the past two years, they’ve grown 193 percent. It’s a crowded market, but how do you choose which one is right for you? Here are 10 of the best vegan creamer products currently on the market. Discover your favorite and get caffeinated!

Mooala now offers vegan coffee creamers.

10 Vegan Coffee Creamers You Need In Your Morning Cuppa

1. Mooala Plant-Based Creamer

Mooala’s creamers are available in three flavors.

Earlier this year, U.S.-based dairy-free brand Mooala — known for its organic Bananamilk and Almondmilk — launched a range of plant-based creamers. Each unique flavor is designed to make your coffee stand out from the rest because let’s be honest, we all love a cup of joe, but how many times have you had a truly memorable one?

Mooala’s new gluten-free, USDA organic, no-added-sugar creamers are all made with a base of coconut cream and almonds, and they come in three delicious flavors. Its Banana Nut creamer adds real bananas; the Oats ‘n’ Crème creamer features real gluten-free oats, which the brand says is the new “barista go-to.” Vanilla Bean creamer, which is made with real vanilla beans, provides a fresh spin on a classic taste.

“Crafting delicious, organic, plant-based beverages is in our DNA, so introducing Mooala Creamers to the marketplace was a fun and logical evolution for our brand,” said founder and CEO Jeff Richards in a statement. “Our fun recipes are organic, unsweetened, and plant-based, which really sets us apart from the competition. They’re great options for consumers who are lactose intolerant, embracing a healthier lifestyle, or just want a tasty way to join in on the plant-based movement.”

Mooala knows that offering a stand out creamer is about more than just great taste. Most other creamers on the market are non-GMO, but Mooala’s products take it one step further. They are also certified USDA organic, meaning they adhere to a strict code of conduct in terms of sustainability and looking after the environment.

Consumers can find Mooala’s Creamer range at Central Market and The Fresh Market. At the end of the summer, Mooala’s Creamers will be available at Wegmans, Earth Fare, ShopRite, and Giant Martin.

2. Trader Joe’s Coconut Creamer

Trader Joe's Non-Dairy Creamer
This vegan coconut coffee creamer by Trader Joe’s is slightly sweet.

In Trader Joe’s we trust. The humble store’s own-brand non-dairy coconut creamer is just slightly sweet, which makes it perfect for those who really enjoy the taste of coffee but need a little creaminess to mellow out the acidity. It also stirs in well, with no risk of curdling. The grocer also has a soy option, which is equally trustworthy.

Find it at your local Trader Joe’s.

3. Califia Farms Almondmilk Creamer Hazelnut

9 Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer Brands You Need in Your Morning Cuppa
This vegan Almondmilk Creamer features coconut and hazelnut.

“Elevate your coffee with the velvety flavor of hazelnut,” Califia Farms writes on its website. This soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, and GMO-free product brings all the nutty, creamy goodness you’re after. It contains no hydrogenated oils or artificial colors, just pure almond and coconut plant power, with swirls of hazelnut to start your morning right. Not a fan of hazelnut? The company also makes an Almondmilk Coffee Creamer.

Get it here.

4. Laird Superfood Coffee Creamer

This dairy-free Superfood Creamer contains a boost of calcium.

Coffee creamers often get a bad reputation for being sugar-laden and full of fillers (case in point – Cinnabon-flavored creamer. It’s real). Laird Superfood is changing the perspective by infusing its dairy-free products with a blend of superfoods. The base is made with dried coconut milk and coconut nectar, in addition to marine algae and organic coconut oil for a boost of calcium and healthy MCTs. Other flavors include Turmeric, Cacao, and Unsweetened. The company also offers individual on-the-go packs for the days when you have to hustle.

Get it here.

5. Nutpods Unsweetened Dairy-Free Creamer

These dairy-free creamers by Nut Pods are creamy and simple.

Creamy, simple, and not too sweet. Nut Pods creamers are the Folgers of dairy-free coffee creamers in their consistency and reliability. Made by Green Grass Foods, the vegan creamers don’t feather or separate in coffee like soy milk can sometimes do. Flavors include Original, Caramel, French Vanilla, and Hazelnut. This is a great beginner creamer for anyone branching out into the world of non-dairy.

Get it here.

6. Califia Farms Better Half Coffee Creamer

Califia Farms makes a variety of vegan milk coffee creamers.

When Leonardo DiCaprio and Jared Leto invest in a company, there’s a strong indication that the product will not disappoint. Califia Farms makes a range of both almond and coconut milk creamers, though the Dairy-Free Better Half is the most subtle of the line, focusing on the creamy element rather than the sweetness and blending perfectly with coffee.

Get it here.

7. Silk Soy Creamer

9 Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer Brands You Need in Your Morning Cuppa
Silk’s dairy-free soy creamers are smooth and sweet.

For the most epic creamer cloud and indulgent taste, Silk’s soy creamer is a must. The company has since developed an almond milk variety, but the original cannot be beat. This product, which is Non-GMO Project verified, expertly combines smoothness with sweetness. Due to its popularity, these liquid creamers are now available in single-serve packs. Treat yourself to a sweet start every morning!

Get it here.

8. Elmhurst Hemp Creamer

9 Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer Brands You Need in Your Morning Cuppa
Elmhurst’s nondairy hemp creamer is the first to hit the domestic market.

Elmhurst’s hemp creamer is the first ever to hit the domestic market, according to its website. Its recipe is made up of just four ingredients, including real hemp seeds. Boasting 350mg of Omega-3 ALA per serving, the vegan creamer contains no added gums, oils, or stabilizers. It’s nutty, creamy, and begging to be poured into your coffee.

Get it here.

9. Natural Bliss Plant Based Half & Half

9 Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer Brands You Need in Your Morning Cuppa
Plant Based Half & Half brings a rich, natural flavor.

This Plant Based Half & Half, released by Coffee-Mate under its natural bliss brand, is made up of half almond milk and half coconut cream. It brings a rich, natural flavor to your morning cup of joe and its creaminess is “simply beyond compare,” according to the brand’s website. Coffee-Mate does advise that some separation is expected since the dairy-free creamer is made with all-natural ingredients. It’s also available in vanilla flavor. Drink up!

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10. Coconut Cloud Non-Dairy Coffee Creamer

9 Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer Brands You Need in Your Morning Cuppa
Coconut Cloud’s non-dairy creamer comes with MCT oil.

Coconut Cloud’s dairy-free creamer is made with freshly pressed coconut milk that is dried and finely milled into a powder. It makes for a creamy, vegan addition to your morning cup of coffee. The product comes with MCT oil, a supplement extracted from coconut oil that is said to boost brain power and strengthen the gut. Not only is Coconut Cloud ideal for coffee, tea, and other hot beverages, this clean and simple product can be used as a replacement for coconut milk in recipes.

Get it here.

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