Using up vanilla-flavored non-dairy creamer?
I like Trader Joe's hazelnut flavor one for my coffee but not, as it turns out, the vanilla flavored one.
There's a quart of it. I will try making "creamsicle" jello with a cup of it. Any ideas for the rest? Does it whip? Will it make a successful puddiing or bread pudding?
I know that kosher cooks and bakers use NDC but have no experience with it. Is there any cream use for making sweet dishes for which NDC absolutely won't work? TIA
Hi, You can poke holes in a cake or brownie and pour the creamer in for a tres leche effect. The different flavors make for a tasty cake.
make faux egg-noggy cocktails/mocktails?
use it to make white russian-type drinks? (i would think it would be a bit like using a vanilla flavored vodka in these same type of drinks, which is tasty, for those who like a very sweet after dinner drink?
pour over fruit cobbler/baked apples... make dairy free rice pudding?
i don't think it's likely to whip, but i'm unfamiliar w the product, the above is just what sprung to mind.