Best Vegan Coffee Creamers

It’s all about plant-based milk lately as more and more people choose to ditch dairy. It’s an exciting time to be vegan, but it can be a little confusing when all you want is a nice cup of coffee. Don’t panic! We’ve made a list of our favorite vegan creamers for you to try.

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Califia Farms

Califia Farms offers a wide variety of coffee creamers made from oat or almond milk. But they didn’t stop there! The company also provides a line of Barista Blends and coffees. So, you know they know what they’re doing when it comes to coffee.

Plus, they offer seasonal flavors like Pumpkin Spice Oat Barista Blend and Peppermint Mocha Almond Creamer. Suppose you’re looking for a creamy and nutty flavor. In that case, we recommend starting your relationship with Califia Farms by trying their Hazelnut Almondmilk Creamer. Or you can’t go wrong with the Vanilla Oat Barista Blend!


Where to even begin with this brand!? Silk has been around for a while and has therefore become a classic in the vegan world. If you’re looking for a creamer with a thinner consistency, try Silk’s Original Soy Creamer. Soy often separates when added to coffee, but we’ve found this one holds up quite well.

Their Almond Creamer line has numerous flavors. But if a super sweet and thick creamer is what you’re after, look no further than Silk’s Sweet & Creamy Almond Creamer!

So Delicious

So Delicious is another tried and true vegan company. While they don’t offer as many flavors as others, nobody does coconut-based creamers better than So Delicious. These creamers are not as thick or sweet as others, and they work well if you prefer to use a milk frother.

Nut Pods

Nut Pods are really making a name for themselves in the non-dairy creamer space, and rightfully so. These creamers blend ever so smoothly with your coffee, and when it comes to unique flavors, Nut Pods take the cake. Some special edition flavors include Toasted Marshmallow and Cotton Candy. Need we say more?

Starbucks Non-Dairy

For those of us who crave the distinct flavor of Starbucks at home, the company has a retail creamer line that now includes a couple of non-dairy options!

They contain a blend of almond and oat milk and are available in Hazelnut Latte and Caramel Macchiato flavors. Keep an eye out for seasonal offerings, too – including the new Non-Dairy Pumpkin Spice Latte!

Chobani Oat and Plant-Based

Chobani is no stranger to milks and creams and now they have introduced vegan options to their lineup! Made from either coconut or oat, these creamers maintain the indulgent and decadent flavors and textures Chobani has been known for, but now with vegan and gluten-free creamers that everyone can enjoy!

What is the best vegan half and half?

Although it is not directly marketed as such, Nut Pods Original flavor is the best vegan substitute for half and half, in our opinion. It is unsweetened, and the blend of coconut and almond makes it the perfect texture, consistency, and flavor!

Looking for vegan heavy whipping cream?

If you’re the type who likes to add a good spoonful of heavy whipping cream to your coffee, we’ve got you covered too. It’s a bit harder to come by, but not much compares to Silk’s Heavy Whipping Cream. It’s incredibly diverse and can be used in a variety of recipes too, so when you do come across it, be sure to stock up!

What about a vegan coffee creamer powder?

While coffee creamer powders are typically more difficult to mix into coffee, they can also be much more convenient during a busy day on the go or even a camping trip. Coconut Cloud is a vegan dried coconut milk creamer that offers a few tasty flavors. They also come in single-serve packets – it doesn’t get much more convenient than that!

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