I’m usually the girl who loves pinning life hacks on Pinterest but never actually follows through – why is this? Am I alone? Because Lord knows this stuff would probably actually work and save me time/energy/money/space. Sometimes the follow-through is hard to do though.
I actually do use these sweet little coffee creamer hacks in real life and y’all? They work. It’s easy. You don’t have to have anything around but your favorite International Delight creamer, which is always in my fridge anyway. And thanks to the holiday flavors that are all delicious, you can use these hacks to celebrate time with family and friends without going through any extra trouble!
- Add a couple tablespoons to your favorite holiday buttercream. I like to add it instead of milk or vanilla! Spread on top of cookies, cakes or drizzle on biscotti for a fun seasonal treat.
- Drizzle a tablespoon over your favorite ice cream. It doesn’t take a lot, but since it’s already sweet it can add a fun flavor to something you already love.
- Use it instead of milk in baked goods. A subtle hint of the holiday favorites can liven up any cake or bread.
- Fold some into whipped cream right before serving that holiday pie. A fun twist on everyone’s favorite topping!
- Make Italian cream sodas! Use club soda, simple syrup and a hefty pour of creamer for a fun holiday beverage the whole family can enjoy.
- Use it instead of cream or milk in bread pudding. Bread pudding is a favorite in our house, and the extra flavor from the creamer makes it extra special.
- Add the creamer instead of cream to make ganache. A bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips, 1-2 tablespoons of creamer, and melt over very low heat. Drizzle, dip and pour all of your favorite treats in this chocolatey goodness!
- Use your favorite holiday creamer in a cheesecake parfait! All the steps are right here – just make and enjoy!
- Make a milkshake! A scoop of ice cream, some ice, and a mixture of half milk and half creamer yields a super thick and rich holiday shake.
- And always, always, ALWAYS use it in your coffee! Maybe not a hack, but delicious nonetheless.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.