Good Karma Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer (DISCONTINUED)


Several weeks ago, I shared our raves for this fabulous new Flaxmilk, but that isn’t the only line of new dairy-free products from the Good Karma kitchen. You might recall this press release regarding the new dairy-free coffee creamers, also from Good Karma. These bottles of liquid luxury are not only completely dairy-free (yes, lactose-free AND casein-free!), but they are also vegan and gluten-free.

Good Karma Dairy-Free CreamerE

I’ve never been a coffee drinker, so judging the latest and greatest dairy-free and vegan options for coffee beverages, isn’t my forte. Fortunately, my good friend Hannah is a true coffee connoisseur, so I can always count on her to be a fair, impartial, and even harsh critic of dairy-free milks and creamers. Hannah takes her caffeine seriously.

Like me, Hannah adored the Good Karma Flaxmilk, but read on for her full review of the Good Karma All Natural Coffee Creamers …

New to the Good Karma line-up is their rice-based, dairy-free coffee creamer. Highly skeptical, to say the least, but undeniably intrigued, I simply had to try what is currently the only existing rice milk creamer on the market. Sure there are plenty of soy and coconut options now, but rice could provide those with allergies and coconut-adverse tastes a whole new lease on lightened coffee life.

Just like their flaxmilk, I was shocked at how good all three flavors (Original, Vanilla, and Hazelnut) were. Near flawless, in fact; I’d even venture to say that they’re better than the typical vegan creamers I had been using. Much thicker than the competition, like heavy cream, each bottle contained a luscious, silky-smooth liquid entirely richer and more satisfying that I could have anticipated. Fatty in the best way possible, it added volumes of depth to any average latte.

Good Karma Dairy-Free & Vegan Coffee Creamer

Beyond coffee, this creamer really shined in recipes. Using the unsweetened, original flavor in my Straight-Up Scramble brought this simple staple to life. I found myself making many more scrambles all month, right up until the bottle went dry.

Good Karma Dairy-Free & Vegan Coffee Creamer

Don’t even get me started on the ice creams it churned out… It feels mean to tease about such decadent treats.

In a stunning coup, Good Karma has changed my mind on what rice, and flax, is capable of. If only they could get their products into more mainstream markets, they’d be an unstoppable force of non-dairy drinks!

Dietary Notes: These creamers are Vegan, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, and Wheat-Free. They appear to be Nut-Free and Peanut-Free, but I would check with the company to verify, since I’m not sure on the source of some of the ingredients. The creamers may contain soybean oil as an ingredient, but are Soy Protein-Free by ingredients. Check the ingredient statement, as I would expect the company to make the product Soy-Free in the future.

For More Product Information: Visit the Good Karma website at

About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. Is this coming back into circulation anytime soon? I went to there website and it said it was but the previous commenters are from a few years ago now… So, I was wondering if anything has changed?

  2. I can’t seem to find this coffee creamer anywhere, not even listed on the good karma website, do they still make it? If so, where can I but it?

  3. Nadia Ambrosie on

    where can I get them? It’s not on the companies website-only the milk. This would be life saving for me since I am allergic to almonds-no almond milk; I am lactose intolerant, and I am allergic to milk and rice milk.

    • Nadia, I checked with the company and the product isn’t discontinued, but is on hold with production, so they took it down from the site. They are planning to bring it back though.

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