Holy oats, if you’re addicted to plant-based milk in your coffee, we’ve got great news for you. Coffee mate just launched an oat milk creamer called Natural Bliss Vanilla Oat Milk.
Priced at just $3 for one 16-ounce bottle, it won’t break the bank—something that can’t be said about other widely available oat milk brands (Oatly, we’re sorry, but we’re looking at you).
Perhaps it’s unfair to draw a direct comparison between the creamer and regular oat milk. The oat milk creamer, which is the first of its kind on the market, is made from oat milk, cane sugar, silky coconut oil and pea protein, among other ingredients.
Pour it into your morning cup of Joe and it cascades a bit like half-and-half, adding just a hint of pure vanilla extract flavor without hitting you over the head.
Since environmental considerations probably factor into your choice to enjoy the beverage (almonds require way more water to grow than oats do), rest assured that the Natural Bliss creamer is made with zero GMO ingredients.
One last bonus: You don’t even have to head to your local Whole Foods to buy some; the creamer is available in regular grocery stores nationwide. You hear that? That's the sound of lactose-intolerant people everywhere rejoicing.