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nutpods Peppermint Mocha, (3-Pack), Unsweetened Dairy-Free Creamer, Made from Almonds and Coconuts, Whole30, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Vegan, Kosher
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|Ingredients||Water, Coconut Cream, Almonds, Natural Flavors, Acacia Gum, Dipotassium Phosphate, Sunflower Lecithin, Sea Salt, Gellan Gum. See more|
About this item
- Creamy and Delicious - Enjoy the smooth, rich flavor of Peppermint Mocha in your coffee, without all the sugar!
- Zero Sugar - nutpods is a rich, smooth coffee creamer made from almonds & coconuts with only 10 calories and zero grams of sugar per serving.
- Whole 30 & Keto – nutpods dairy-free creamers are perfect for those who follow Whole 30, keto, WW, paleo, plant-based (vegan), vegetarian, lactose-free, and/or diabetic diets.
- Unsweetened – No sugar bomb here, nutpods Peppermint Mocha flavored coffee creamer is unsweetened with no sweeteners or added sugars, for a deliciously subtle flavor that allows your coffee to shine through.
- Long Shelf Life – Comes as a package of 11.2oz shelf-stable containers that are perfect for the pantry until opened.Refrigerate after opening.
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Product detailsSize:11.2 Fl Oz (Pack of 3)
- Package Dimensions : 6.22 x 5.35 x 2.64 inches; 11.2 Ounces
- Manufacturer : nutpods
- ASIN : B07D54ZL26
- Best Sellers Rank: #795 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Water, Coconut Cream, Almonds, Natural Flavors, Acacia Gum, Dipotassium Phosphate, Sunflower Lecithin, Sea Salt, Gellan Gum.
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As for this product specifically, the Peppermint Mocha flavor is on point. I use it in coffee and hot chocolate and honestly can't tell the difference between it and a $6 cup from the local cafe.
I tried just about every flavor and this is the BEST one so far (for me!). It's not just extremely tasty, but if you close your eyes and take a sip while sitting in your car after walking out of the crap storm at home of kids screaming and chasing one another and the occasional "mommy he/she hit me!" in there, it takes you to Christmas time for a split second. It's so good...
Stocking up today. So worth every penny for someone who's not just on WW but has a funky gut w/ dairy products.
I adore peppermint mocha creamer, and it’s extremely hard to come by after Christmas. I have been using the Coffee Mates No Sugar Peppermint Mocha creamer, and love it, but needed an off-season alternative. I was happy to find Nut Pods, being non-dairy, gluten free, no sugar, etc.
I got a cup of coffee, and was SO excited. I poured a little of the Nut Pod creamer in. Hmm....it didn’t change the color of the coffee. Well, that’s okay. Sip. Gag. Black coffee. Nope. So I added more creamer. Barely changed the color. But that’s still okay, if the flavor is there. Sip. Gag. Black coffee. Nope. Shook the container again. Added more. Nasty. Dumped some coffee out, and added some more creamer. Am I supposed to add this entire box??? Look on the back. Service size is ONE TABLESPOON. No way. No. Way.
Don’t waste your money. There is no flavor to this. I don’t know what other positive reviewers of this product are talking about. If you like a flavored creamer, don’t buy this. If you like black coffee.....well......you can still save your money!
What a waste of money. It’s too expensive anyway, but geez.
After 3 people in the family tried it, each more than once, and disliked it, we gave up and threw the rest away. I'd rather just add plain coconut milk or even drink my coffee black.
On the flip side, if you use it to enhance your hot cocoa, then you'll likely be pleasantly surprised. It's a bit better at giving you that drinkable peppermint bark cocoa drink experience without the oodles of sugar that typically come with the territory.
As far as I am concerned, my low rating is more because it didn't meet my expectations for use in coffee. If I were a cocoa drinker, then I'd give it a higher score. I'm just too lazy to whip up a keto / low-carb non-dairy version of hot cocoa that is enjoyable, so I just default to unsweetened bean water (a la Costco's Colombian Supremo whole-bean) with a serving of the regular or hazelnut nut pods instead.
As a side note, I personally hate hazelnut but the way nut pods made their hazelnut creamer is pretty good because it isn't the typical obnoxiousness that comes with the territory with most hazelnut creamers.
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