Coconut MCTs, nutrient-rich, healthy fats. Simple ingredients, sugar-free, best bang for your buck. We also adored the cinnamon dolce flavor, which can turn a bowl of plain Greek yogurt or oatmeal from blah to ta-da in seconds. It also contains Aquamin, a multi-mineral complex made up of 72 trace minerals sourced from marine algae. Per 2-Tbsp serving: 90 calories, 8 g fat (7 g saturated), 3 g carbs, <1 g sugar, 95 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, <1 g protein. In terms of taste, it’s pretty straightforward, similar to having skim milk in coffee. Be sure you take a long sniff when you first open the bag—the powder has a beautiful scent of fresh coconut meat and tastes like a lightly-sweetened macaron on its own. If you think all nut milks are too thin and watery, not so fast. You’ll notice that the creamer, similar in texture and appearance to protein powder, may separate into tiny clumps in your coffee, and there may be some flecks of powder at the bottom. Not only will coconut MCTs keep you in ketosis, but the all-natural collagen (six grams per serving) will work magic for your hair, skin and nails, not to mention your bones and joints. But the real benefits here are the healthy fats and MCTs—so if you’re dedicated to your keto bod-to-be, it may be the right pick for you. We love the clean, mod packaging that’s complete with a handy-dandy scooper, so you don’t have to measure tablespoons all crusty-eyed and half-asleep every morning. Depending on your morning joe’s bitterness, it may kind of drown out the subtle vanilla notes that come through when you sip it plain. This isn't technically a creamer, but it is a great addition to iced coffee drinks made with instant coffee, says Tafur. Per 2 Tbsp serving: 40 calories, 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 1 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 10 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 0 g protein. It’s also dairy-, additive- and gluten-free, vegan and loaded with lots of omega 3s and 6s. Unlike the low-fat and low-carb creamers, this creamer (along with Left Coast Performance's creamer) will up your daily fat intake and help you stay in ketosis, says Minno. And honestly, we'd wear the packaging's coconut design on a shirt. (Plus, it comes in a super easy-to-use squirt bottle.) Collagen Coffee; Coffee Creamer; BYS Coffee; Coffee + MCT; Cocoa & Drinking Choc; Keto Chocolate & Bars. So what are you supposed to do in the mornings when you need something creamy and sweet? V . Here's another keto-specific coffee creamer loaded with ghee, MCT oil, coconut oil, and alternative sweeteners. “This is a wonderful alternative to a traditional sugar-filled latte as well and can be mixed with unsweetened plant-based milk for a treat.”, Per 1-scoop serving: 60 calories, 7 g fat (7 g saturated), 2 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 130 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 0 g protein. Best for: Caramel syrup diehards. Any creamer that needs to be blended or frothed is, of course, higher maintenance than liquid creamer, and this one is pricier than many—about $1 per tablespoon. Of the many flavors, we’re obsessed with the salted caramel. We love the simplistic packaging with bold fonts and colors and found that pouring coffee over the powder then frothing them together gave us the best results. This packaging alone makes us want to break a sweat on the elliptical. The price varies from vendor to vendor, but you can get a 32-ounce carton (which contains 63 servings) for as low as $4. Total. If you’re over almond milk and haven’t branched out to other nuts, you’re in for a real treat. Left Coast Performance's keto creamer contains three major keto staples: ghee butter, MCT oil, and coconut oil, says Minno. No matter how you combine them, don’t expect the frother to magically turn the creamer into steamed milk; this creamer is literally like melted butter. Bring on the butter. The simplistic, clean packaging reflects the product’s short list of ingredients, starring organic coconut milk and coconut cream. You don't have to give up coffee creamer just because you’re on the keto diet. You’ll love the rich, delicious taste and the energy boost and mental clarity delivered by pure, exogenous ketones that help you get into ketosis and stay there all day. Think slightly salty and tangy like snickerdoodles. If you try it and fall in love, save 10 percent on every future order by subscribing instead of making a one-time purchase. Prime Coffee Creamer with Formula 255 is the keto-friendly formula with great-tasting flavor that kickstarts ketosis. The smell is absolutely heavenly, like coconut cotton candy. The coconut aroma held its own while the flavor was mild and fresh. So, basically, it's an amped up bulletproof coffee. We found that the powder clumped up in the coffee, so we recommend frothing it to break it up better. If you’re a salted caramel diehard, go that route instead—it smells like butterscotch Dum-Dums. We frothed ours after adding the creamer to hot coffee and were impressed that it was totally clump-free. But the creamer comes with a to-do: You've gotta blend it. This popular collagen creamer is dairy-free, gluten-free, paleo-friendly, keto-friendly, Whole30-approved, and free of any added sugars. Per 1 Tbsp serving: 120 calories, 14 g fat (11 g saturated), 0 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 0 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 0 g protein. This creamer is unique in that it is made with macadamia nuts and coconut, making it great for alternating the types of fat sources in your diet, says Tafur. V.C. Left Coast Performance's keto creamer contains three major keto staples: ghee butter, MCT oil, and coconut oil, says Minno. But in coffee, it doesn’t taste nearly as sweet. OK, this stuff smells amazing. It likely has something to do with the almond milk and coconut cream base. Atkins Bars; Vita Werx; Keto Nutrition Bars; Well Naturally Chocolate; Little Zebra; Naked Keto Bars; Other Cocolate; Keto Protein Bars. Here, the best options for when you don't feel like drinking straight-up jet fuel. It tastes really similar to straight-up almond milk both on its own and in coffee, but with a thicker consistency that’ll scratch your itch for regular half-and-half.