Guess what! You can reconstitute the Laird Superfood creamer in advance, so that you have Laird Superfood creamer in liquid form! The Laird Superfood creamer is all the rage in the Vegan Costco group, and elsewhere, and for good reason! First, the awesome and clean ingredients: coconut milk powder, coconut sugar, calcium from marine algae (their proprietary version is Aquamin, which always makes us think of Aquaman), and extra virgin coconut oil. The coconut sugar and the coconut oil are organic, to boot!
And then there’s the price, which at Costco is about $20 for a whopping 32.6 ounces! That makes it only about 63 cents an ounce! Heck, it’s 84 cents an ounce even if you buy it directly from Laird! (Not part of the Vegan Costco group on Facebook? You can join it here!)
Speaking of directly from Laird, here is what they have to say about their Superfood creamer: “Laird Superfood Creamers are crafted from the highest quality all-natural real food ingredients. All of our products are sustainably sourced and thoroughly tested to ensure that you’re incorporating the cleanest, finest fuel into your routine.” They add that their products are “delicious, all-natural whole-food ingredients, contain naturally occurring MCTs from coconut oil, are shelf stable, and have no artificial flavors, colors, or additives, and no sugar from highly refined corn syrup.” Is it any wonder that people rave about them?
Here’s the thing though, just as with any other product that contains coconut milk powder, or even coconut milk powder on its own, it’s clumpy. And when you are talking about a creamer that you are going to add to your coffee or tea, clumps can be unwelcome. Plus, because of this, you have to mix it in really it well, or use a frother, in order to get it fully incorporated into your coffee or tea.
With all that, wouldn’t it be great if you could have the Laird Superfood creamer in liquid form? Well guess what! You can!
How to Make Liquid Creamer from Laird Superfood Creamer
You will need equal parts of Laird Superfood creamer, boiling water, and room temperature or cold water. So for example:
1/2 cup Laird Superfood creamer
1/2 cup boiling water
1/2 cup room temperature or cold water
If you have the sort of high-speed blender that has travel cups that attach right to the blades, such as a Ninja, put the creamer powder and the boiling water in the cup but do not put the blades on yet. If your blender is a regular blender with a pitcher, put the creamer powder and the boiling water in a mug. Either way, stir the creamer and boiling water well, until it is as mixed as it can be.
Now add the room temperature or cold water (never try to blend super-hot liquid), and blend the mixture for just a short while, until it is all whizzed up. (If you have a regular blender with a pitcher, pour the mixture from the mug into the blender along with the cold water.)
Voila! Liquid creamer that is nice and smooth!
Store in the refrigerator. It will separate but it immediately remixes if you swirl the container.
We make this in one of the travel cups that came with our Ninja Foodi, and then we just put the travel lid on and stick it in the fridge, and the lid becomes a pouring lid. :~)
After making this a couple of times you can adjust the creamer powder:water ratio to your liking.
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Liquid Laird Superfood creamer
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