OK, time for some coffee talk…
I tried the original flavor first, and although it does contains cane juice, it was not sweet at all. However, after adding some liquid stevia drops, it was perfect. Rich, creamy, and slightly sweet. The French vanilla creamer was great all on its own, but the hazelnut…no thanks. It was way too sweet and tasted fake, even though it does not contain any artificial ingredients. The contents of that mug ended up in the sink. However, it did make for some pretty tasty Nutella ice-cream.
2 cups So Delicious hazlenut creamer + 2 TBSP cocoa powder. That’s it. Lovely.
I’ve heard the creamers are available at Whole Foods, and I would highly recommend the original all well as the French vanilla flavors as far as taste goes. The hazelnut? Yeah, not so much. My only problem with the creamers (besides the fact that the hazelnut tasted like I was doing straight shots of amaretto) is that they all contain sugar, including the original flavor. Even though organic coconut milk is listed as the first ingredient in the French vanilla followed by organic evaporated cane juice, 1 TBSP contains 20 calories, 0 fat, and 4 grams of sugar. That’s a lot of sugar folks, especially for the amount of creamer I use. I think I’ll stick with the original, 20 calories and only 1 gram of sugar per serving. Much better.