What’s Sugar Free at the Grocery Store: Coffee Creamer Edition!

What's Sugar Free at the Grocery Store: Coffee Creamer Edition!

Welcome to another installment of What’s Sugar Free at The Grocery Store!  This week we are looking at the shelf-stable coffee creamers, so these are the mostly powdered varieties that are usually next to the coffee in the store, not the ones that need to be refrigerated.  You can see the full list in out series here and remember to subscribe to our daily email so you never miss a post!

Sugar Free Coffee Mate Creamer

Sugar Free Coffee Mate Creamer – Contains Corn Syrup Solids, Sucralose (Varieties include French Vanilla, Chocolate, Vanilla Caramel, Hazelnut & Unflavored)

Community Coffee Creamer

Community Coffee – Contains Corn Syrup Solids

Great Value Creamer

Walmart Brand (Great Value) Creamer (Not the Extra Rich Variety)

Anthem Creamer

Anthem Creamer – Corn Syrup Solids

International Delight Minicups

International Delight Flavored Mini-Cups (Available Variety: French Vanilla)

5 thoughts on “What’s Sugar Free at the Grocery Store: Coffee Creamer Edition!

  • I am confused. I am looking at your coffee creamers and I cant tell if you are telling me to use these or to stay away from these. These have corn syrup in them and I thought you said to stay away from corn syrup.
    also on sugar substitutes – which ones should I use if any.

    • There is a difference between corn syrup (contains no fructose) and High Fructose Corn Syrup. Corn syrup is ok if you are avoiding fructose but honestly, you are better off using whipping cream instead of any powdered creamer. I just made this list so you could see the ones with as little impact on your weight as possible.

      As far as sugar substitutes go, the goal is to not use any but I use Sweet n Low for my tea and my wife uses Xylitol for her coffee and a lot of people have great things to say about Stevia. I think they are pretty much ok but each one affects different people in different ways. After you start using one, just be on the look out for your weight loss to stop or for any intestinal issues.

  • Some time back the FDA allowed companies to call high fructose corn syrup corn syrup in the labeling. I am not kidding.

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