Coffee creamer is a great alternative to milk or cream. It is extremely easy to make and delicious.
If you’re in a hurry to get your coffee fix in the morning, you’re in luck! This Nutella coffee creamer only takes five minutes to prepare.
It’s rich and creamy, chocolaty and nutty, and it tastes like it’s straight out of an Italian café.
What is Nutella coffee creamer?
Nutella coffee creamer is a combination of Nutella, sweetened condensed milk, whole milk, and heavy cream and makes for a delicious coffee creamer for daily use.
The combination of Nutella and coffee is one of my favorites to date. The sweet, creamy, and nutty flavor of Nutella makes your coffee taste so incredibly rich.
When combining Nutella with coffee, you first have to dissolve it, which takes a bit of time. If you’re in a hurry, but you still want to make your daily coffee taste a bit different, this coffee creamer is the best way to go.
Unlike adding Nutella to coffee and having to wait, you can add as much of this delicious coffee creamer to your coffee and get on with your day.
Down below, you’ll find the full ingredient list, the best coffees to combine this coffee creamer with, the number of calories, and the full recipe.
What ingredients are used in this coffee creamer?
To make your own Nutella coffee creamer at home, you’ll need the following ingredients:
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Whole milk
- Heavy cream
This recipe requires just four ingredients to make Nutella coffee creamer at home.
Usually, I make my coffee creamers with just whole milk and sweetened condensed milk. But for this recipe, heavy cream is added.
The heavy cream will add thickness to the creamer while leaving out some of the sweetened condensed milk, so it’s less sweet but more Nutella-forward in taste.
Now, if you love to have a sweeter version of this coffee creamer, you can totally make it with only whole milk and sweetened condensed milk, just like the vanilla coffee creamer and pumpkin spice creamer.
To take this recipe up a notch, you can also add in your favorite coffee flavorings. For example, you can add vanilla extract to impart a vanilla flavor to your creamer.
Or, if you are feeling frisky, try your hand at adding in some cinnamon or pumpkin spice. You can even experiment with different extracts.
Making this recipe at home is fun and exciting because you get to decide how much sweetness you want to add to your creamer and how thick you want to have it.
Try experimenting with different flavors, and let me know if you’ve made a great combination, as I’d love to give it a try myself!
What do I use this Nutella coffee creamer for?
Nutella coffee creamer is a great treat for your morning coffee, afternoon coffee, or anytime you want a chocolate hazelnut kick in your cup.
Basically, you can use it for any of your coffees. I found that this Nutella coffee creamer tastes especially great in combination with brewed Chemex coffee.
The Chemex makes for a perfectly rounded and mellow coffee, which makes it perfect to combine with the sweeter flavors of this creamer.
If you want to find out about my favorite coffee beans for pour over coffee, you can find more information here.
You can also use a Hario V60 or even a French press for your coffee and combine it with this creamer.
If you love a more mellow tasting coffee, then filtered coffee is something you have to try; it’s so good.
Do you love a more robust cup of coffee? Why not try brewing coffee with the French press?
Whichever coffee brewing method and coffee beans you choose, this Nutella coffee creamer will make it a bit more exciting.
Now that you have all the information about this creamer, it’s time to put it to the test and make it yourself. Below, you’ll find the full step-by-step guide:
- 4 tbsp (60 grams) of Nutella
- 1/2 cup (0.12 l) of whole milk
- 1/4 cup (0.06 l) of sweetened condensed milk
- 1/4 cup (0.06 l) of heavy cream
Before getting started with the recipe, I like to collect all the ingredients. Once you have all the ingredients ready to go, follow the steps below:
- Combine the Nutella, whole milk, heavy cream, and sweetened condensed milk in a small saucepan.
- Place the saucepan on the stove on medium heat.
- While continuously stirring, heat the mixture until it's hot but not boiling.
- Once it's hot and the Nutella is starting to combine with the rest of the ingredients, lower the heat.
- Keep stirring on low heat until the Nutella has fully dissolved.
- Once all the ingredients are combined and have formed a smooth creamer, remove the saucepan from the heat.
- Transfer the creamer to a resealable container you prefer. I like to add a bit to a server and store the rest in a mason jar.
- Let it cool completely before storing it in the fridge. You can use it if it's still a bit warm in your coffee.
- Store it in the fridge in the coldest place to ensure it stays nice and cool.
- Shake or stir the coffee creamer before each use to ensure that all the flavors are well combined.
Use a whisk to mix the Nutella through the rest of the ingredients to make it dissolve quicker.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 83Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 1.8gCholesterol: 10.8mgSodium: 12.1mgCarbohydrates: 6.9gSugar: 6.7gProtein: 0.5g
How many calories are in this coffee creamer?
This coffee creamer has a total of 83 calories per serving. I’ve calculated the number of calories for two tablespoons for a serving.
When using two tablespoons of this Nutella coffee creamer, you’ll create a not-too-sweet coffee with a nice kick of Nutella.
Do you prefer a sweeter coffee? Then try adding a bit more coffee creamer, but make sure to taste it before adding a lot in there, so you don’t make your coffee too sweet.
Are you a fan of a more robust cup of coffee but still want to mix some coffee creamer in there? Then start with a tablespoon first and go from there until you’ve reached the perfect sweetness for you.
If you’re looking for a new coffee creamer recipe, this is it. The Nutella flavor makes the perfect addition to your morning cup of joe and will keep that sweet tooth at bay until lunchtime!
This recipe is perfect for the upcoming holiday season. I hope you’ll give this recipe a try and let me know what you think!
If you love to sweeten your coffee, then have a look below for some more coffee add-ins that are easy to make and taste delicious.
Do you like Nutella? Let me know by leaving a comment down below. If you have any other questions regarding coffee, you can also contact me directly by pressing the “Contact Me” button at the top!