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Can you freeze liquid coffee creamer?

Can you freeze liquid coffee creamer? Yes, you can! Read this post for tips.

Can you freeze liquid coffee creamer?  Yes, you can!  When I first started stockpiling, I was able to get coffee mate for free.  We were not able to consume it all before the expiration, so I decided to place it into the freezer and see what happened.  It worked!   To freeze simply date it and place it in the freezer, there is no need to remove any creamer from the bottle before freezing.

Can you freeze liquid coffee creamer?

It is good for 4 – 6 months after frozen.  To use it place in the refrigerator and thaw.  It takes about a day.  Shake it well and then enjoy.  We normally shake it before each use to be certain it is thoroughly mixed. I use it withing 5-7 days after thawing if possible.

If you enjoy liquid coffee creamer you may like to make your own Homemade Pumpkin Pie Coffee Creamer.

Check out this DIY Containers made with empty coffee mate containers – it is a great way to recycle and reuse.

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20 Comments

  1. This is great to know. A while back I was able to get Bailey’s Creamer for $0.37 and ended up tossing a bottle because I didn’t think you could freeze it.

    I just added this tip to my memory bank… thank you muchly 😉

  2. Love your site! I have been freezing creamer for awhile. I started when the winter varieties came out (like Peppermint) and were quickly off the shelf and gone for 10 more months. I don’t freeze the whole large 32 oz. container as hubby is deployed and I don’t always finish it by the expiration date. I use 8oz Mason jars and freeze smaller batches. I do the same when I make a big batch of homemade. The smaller jars thaws quickly and it’s enough for nearly a week or more for just me 🙂 Janette

  3. Love your site! Thanks for posting this info! I have been freezing creamer for awhile. I started when the winter varieties came out (like Peppermint) and were quickly off the shelf and gone for 10 more months. I don’t freeze the whole large 32 oz. container as hubby is deployed and I don’t always finish it by the expiration date. I use 8oz Mason jars and freeze smaller batches. I do the same when I make a big batch of homemade. The smaller jars thaws quickly and it’s enough for nearly a week or more for just me 🙂 Janette

  4. I did this a while back, but poured mine in freezer bags. (Saves room, only have the freezer in my fridge to use.) It actually stayed pretty soft, kind of an ice cream consistency, and I’d just take out a spoonful as needed.

  5. Awesome! I think I’m going to try freezing the individual packets (or divvying up the full container into ice cube trays) and then use them in place of at least some of the ice when brewing iced coffee with my Kurig! 🙂 Thanks for the tip!

  6. We are going out of the country, and I am not sure if they have my creamer in stores. So I am so happy to hear that I can freeze my creamer to take with me. Thanks for the tip!

  7. Thank you for sharing this about freezing creamers. I did not know that. Now I’m going to buy me more then on when I go shopping. Because I use it a lot.

  8. You just made my day! My sugar free peppermint mocha has finally hit my store shelves for the season. I want to stock up as many as I can.

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