Cacao Mocha (Vegan Oat Creamer)
Cacao Mocha (Vegan Oat Creamer)
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Cacao Mocha (Vegan Oat Creamer)

Regular price$24.00
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Size

A chocolate lover's dream! This tastes like the most sinful hot chocolate packets we grew up drinking as children.

Large Bag makes about 25 cups of coffee (11.3oz)

 

+ Ingredients

Medium Chain Triglycerides, Gum Acacia, Oats, Ketosweet (Erythritol, Chicory Root Extract, Monk Fruit Extract, Stevia Leaf Extract), Organic Coconut Milk Powder, Cacao Powder, Erythritol

Contains: Tree Nut from Coconuts

+ Net Carb Calculation

There are 2 gm of unlisted Dietary Fiber coming from 1 g Gum Acacia (Gum Arabic) + 1gm Inulin (Chicory Root Fiber)

5g Carb - 2g unlisted Fiber - 2g Erythritol = 1 g Net Carb

These are two prebiotic fibers with gut-health benefits we use as our oil and flavor carriers; however, the FDA does not allow us to legally recognize them as nutritional "Dietary Fibers." This is why it is 0g Dietary Fiber in the nutrition facts panel despite being soluble fiber that may help stabilize blood sugar. There is ~1gm of Acacia per serving and ~1gm Chicory Root.

+ How to Make

Standard Cup of Coffee

1. Scoop creamer into cup

2. Pour 8oz hot coffee on top. Stir or use frother to mix, enjoy!

TIP: For a creamier latte or for less sweetness, add 1/4 cup hot milk or splash of heavy whipping cream to Step 2

Cold Brew or Iced Coffee

Make a liquid creamer! Dissolve 1 serving of Prymal into about 1/4 cup of milk of choice or heavy whipping cream. You may use a hand frother, a blender, or if you have neither of those just warm the milk up slightly then DISSOLVE.

TIP: Make ahead a large batch and store in the fridge in a mason jar. Fast and convenient to pour into your hot or cold coffee.

 

quality you can taste
Our Clean Ingredients Speak for Themselves

Prymal: Our healthy fat blend is 100% Coconut Oil, MCT Oil, & Organic Coconut Milk. We're naturally sugar-free using plant-derived Erythritol, Monk Fruit, & Stevia Extract. No artificial flavors.

Big Food Brands: Their "cream" base is hydrogenated vegetable oil, soybean oil, & corn syrup solids. Each serving contains 5g of sugar. Artificial flavors.

sugar Sugar
sugar Artificial Sweeteners
sugar Gluten
sugar Vegetable oils
sugar GMO
sugar Hydrogenated Oils
sugar 1 Net Carb
sugar MCT’s

FAQs

Create the creamiest, yummiest cup of coffee ever in 30 sec!

Directions:

1. Add a splash of any milk or alternative of choice to your cup

2. Add 2 rounded TB of creamer

3. Use milk frother to blend

4. Pour 8oz of hot coffee on top

We intentionally do not use any chemical binders, gums, or emuslifiers in our natural products. This is why we always recommend using a milk frotherfor best results.

Trust us, it's worth it :)

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Our MCT-rich creamer is a combination of sustainably sourced coconut oil & palm oil (this is different than palm seed oil). Our partners abide by strict environmental harvesting techniques to ensure orangutan habitats are preserved & deforestation is prevented.  The MCT’s are a 70% fat blend, with a ratio of 50% C8 (Caprylic Acid) to 20% C10 (Capric Acid).

Yes! All the above. If you are vegan, check out our new line of Dairy-Free Vegan Oat Creamers

There are 5g total carbs and 1g net carb. How?

There are 2 gm of unlisted Dietary Fiber coming from 1 g Gum Acacia (Gum Arabic) + 1gm Inulin (Chicory Root Fiber)

5g Carb - 2g unlisted Fiber - 2g Erythritol = 1 g Net Carb

These are two prebiotic fibers with gut-health benefits we use as our oil and flavor carriers; however, the FDA does not allow us to legally recognize them as nutritional "Dietary Fibers."

This is why it says 0g Dietary Fiber on the nutrition facts panel despite being soluble fiber that may help stabilize blood sugar.

There is ~1gm of Acacia per serving and ~1gm Chicory Root. These are two prebiotic fibers with gut-health benefits we use as our oil and flavor carriers; additionally, some flavors like Cacao Mocha contains real cacao powder which also contributes some trace carbs. Yes, it's real food!