Saturday, February 26, 2011

So Delicious...


...I promise this will be the last of the Health Food Co-op posts (for a while anyway)...

...y'all know that I can get (by special order) the Silk Vanilla creamer locally...but while we were at the co-op I found this Coconut milk creamer by So-Delicious and thought we'd give that a try...

...it was good...but very very sweet - and I like my tea/coffee/Teecino very sweet...So...if you don't like your creamer quite as sweet I'd suggest cutting it with some almond milk or something...still very good...and I think it would be awesome in iced coffee...once the weather warms up a bit (a lot)...

6 comments:

  1. I'm glad you enjoyed the So Delicious creamer! I tried it, both the plain and french vanilla, but found that it was too sweet for me. I tried cutting it with the plain unsweetened coconut milk beverage, too, and it just didn't suit me. I have enjoyed the Trader Joe's soy creamer for coffee and love the coconut milk for tea.

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  2. Oh, have you tried hazelnut milk in coffee or tea? I've enjoyed that, too!

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  3. I love So Delicious French Vanilla Creamer. It's very rich and creamy, and what I like most about it is that I don't have to add any sweetener to my coffee. It took also took a couple of times for me to realize that I only need about a tablespoon, so now I actually measure it, instead of pouring it straight in from the container.

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  4. You would have loved the sweetness of the wartime tea!

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  5. Sounds yummy. I gave up coffee, but I wonder what coconut milk would do for hot tea. (I see Jennifer likes it with hers.) I bought some to make coconut kefir...it's Silk. As an after thought I wonder if the added ingredients will affect the outcome. Any thoughts on that? I've enjoyed my water kefir so much I figured I'd give the milk kefir a try. I found a coconut milk kefir recipe and that was enticement enough for me.

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  6. I like my sugar with a little coffee, so this sounds just right for me!

    I'm so excited: after reading about your vegan cooking for so long, it finally dawned on me to serve vegan sausages for my Dad and Sister-In-Law, and regular sausages for our meat eaters. I made a green lentil with Italian salsa dish, and topped it with "the guest's sausage of choice". It worked beautifully! Thank you!

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