Post by applecrisp1 on Sept 11, 2017 17:31:51 GMT -5
Well I should say, you can freeze anything but is it a good idea?
I received a few free coupons for Nestle's Coffee-mate Natural Bliss All Natural Coffee Creamer and unless I up my iced coffee consumption I won't be able to finish the bottle before it is likely to go bad. The bottle says not to freeze it but I bet it is simply that the texture might change a bit etc or ....
I've frozen milk before without issue and the ingredients for this are nonfat milk, heavy cream, sugar and natural flavoring.
I am going to freeze some just to see, in the meantime I was curious on what you can freeze/not freeze -- I'm thinking it might just need a good shake after it is defrosted but not sure until I give it a try.
I will say props for them making an all natural product. I've never bought coffee creamer before since just not for me given the ingredient list, and I don't like flavored coffee flavors.
If you aren't going to use it up and have to toss it, it would be a worthy experiment to freeze and see.
non-fat milk could be powdered milk to stabilize the cream and the cream also has stabilizers (unless you get the organic and even some of those brands throw in stabilizers)....so it *should* freeze decently.
Report back if you try it.
Thoreau said, 'A man is rich in proportion to the things he can leave alone.'
Post by applecrisp1 on Sept 15, 2017 10:36:21 GMT -5
Thanks Wallycat. I did freeze some of it in a small container. I knew i wasn't going to finish it so I thought I might as well give it a try. And I'm actually drinking an iced coffee as I type this. I will say that creamer (has some heavy cream) sure makes a better tasting coffee than when I add skim or 1%. No surprise there.