Oat Creamer

Original Unsweetened

66 reviews
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Unsweetened Dairy-Free Oat Milk Creamer, 16oz from Elmhurst
Nutrition Facts of Elmhurst's Original Unsweetened Oat Creamer, 16oz
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Oat Creamer - Original Unsweetened

Oat Creamer

Original Unsweetened

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Enjoy a perfectly creamy coffee experience made with whole grain oats and no added sugar.

  • Shelf-stable: no refrigeration needed until opened
  • Once opened, refrigerate and consume within 7-10 days
  • 15 calories or less per serving
  • Half the fat of other oat creamers
  • 0g sugar per serving
  • No added gums or emulsifiers
  • Vegan, dairy-free
  • Carrageenan-free, gluten-free
  • No artificial flavors
  • Non-GMO Project verified
  • Kosher
  • Crafted with our patented HydroRelease™ method
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4.1 Based on 66 Reviews
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Best coffee creamer!

I tried every type of unsweetened, non-soy alternate milk under the sun -- couldn't find anything I liked enough in coffee to get myself away from milk or half n half in coffee. Thank goodness I finally found Elmhurst unsweetened oat creamer! Not only does it taste good in coffee, it's made from non-GMO responsible ingredients, no added sweetener, is plant-based, comes in a fsc certified carton (no deforestation) that is recyclable, doesn't have to be refrigerated until opened. Thank you, Elmhurst, for this humane and environmentally responsible product.

I usually like unsweetened creamers

I hated this. The texture was fine, the flavor was really off. I couldn't tell if it had gone bad or was supposed to taste the way it did. From now on I'll stick with My fav: hazelnut creamer all the way.

Sara F.
I really like this Oat Creamer

I was a whole milk in everything person, but when Covid hit I was struggling to get a hold of cows milk. I ordered The Original Unsweetened Oat Creamer. At first I just would use it in my coffee to get accustomed to the taste. But now I am hooked. I prefer the Oat Creamer to cows milk. The flavor makes me say WOW when I have my coffee. I did try another brands creamer out of curiosity and found it unpalatable. The fact that the ingredients in the Elmhurst1925 Oat Creamer are Oats and Water IS PERFECT. Thank you Elmhurst1925

My favorite so far!

I follow a whole foods plant-based diet, and was excited to find Elmhurst and their oil-free products! I missed creamer in my coffee, and this one is excellent. It's nice and creamy, it's sweet despite containing no added sugar, and it definitely helps me achieve that taste and texture I'm looking for. I do have some minor complaints, but it's important to note that I still love this creamer and will keep buying it because it's yummy, and it's absolutely what's on the inside (or NOT inside, in this case) that really matters to me. The taste, texture, and nutritional profile are just right, so I'm happy. My only complaints are: 1. It's tan colored, so it doesn't give me the paler, creamy appearance I prefer. No big deal. 2. No matter how vigorously I shake the carton, by the time I finish it there are still weird chunks at the bottom that come out during the last couple of uses, which also happens with their milks. Also not a huge deal. 3. It doesn't blend homogeneously with hot coffee. Instead, it forms these tiny, fine, constantly-moving swirls. But it doesn't separate, and I get the taste with every drink. (It does blend much better with cold coffee, even simply being stirred in with a spoon.)

Healthy and tasty

Great creamer that I am surprised how it is dairy free but still tastes great. I am impressed that it us only 10 calories per serving. Very nutritious as it is made of 100% whole grain oats. The product is well made and I will no longer buy dairy creamers after I have tried this one.



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