What to Eat: The Healthiest Coffee Creamers You Can Buy

About two out of three adults drink coffee daily. That’s one reason why the creamer aisle is hot. From caramel macchiato, crème brûlée, and white chocolate caramel latte to Almond Joy, Cinnabon, and Hershey’s, it’s no longer just a question of “Cream or sugar?”

And it’s not just creamer. Starbucks, Silk, International Delight, and others now sell ready-to-drink coffee in bottles, cartons, or cans. It’s a whole new Joe out there and we’ve wended our way through the confusion to help you.

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Best Bites (✔✔) have no trans fat, no more than 0.2 grams of saturated fat, no more than 15 calories (which means no more than a trivial amount of added sugar), and are free of acesulfame potassium and aspartame. They are listed in order of least to most saturated fat, then least to most calories (within each category).

Best Bites Coffee Creamer Chart

Other relevant links:

• What types of coffee creamers are the best? See: Creamer vs. Creamer

• Our favorite yogurt options. See: What to Eat: Here are the Best Yogurts

• The healthiest beverage options at Starbucks. See: What to Eat: What to Drink at Starbucks

3 Replies to “What to Eat: The Healthiest Coffee Creamers You Can Buy”

  1. Last time I checked, Trader Joe’s brand also had carageenan. This ingredient is controversial. Organic Valley does not have carageenan. It is available at Whole Foods.

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