Monica Wants It: A Lifestyle Blog: Natural Bliss Creamer {Health & Food Review #NaturalBlissWM}

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Natural Bliss Creamer {Health & Food Review #NaturalBlissWM}

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In my quest of trying to get healthy (one step at a time) and in a quest of realizing I am getting older and should try to take better care of myself, I’ve tried to cut out unhealthy sweeteners/preservatives, etc. It’s hard. Usually this means I have to buy items that are more expensive or make something from scratch. I still haven’t gotten my choices down to a perfect science, but one area that it has been easy to make healthier choices is beverages.

They have all 3 varities in stock, and again, they have a special mini-banner to draw attention to the creamers. I didn't see that on any other creamers.

In the mornings, I love coffee. Especially on weekends when I get to sit down and write blog posts or read magazines. Admittedly, I enjoy lots of creamer in my coffee. It makes it creamy and sweetens it up a bit. That’s why I was excited to get the task of heading to Walmart to pick up a bottle of Coffee-Mate Natural Bliss Creamer. It is all natural and has only 4 ingredients.

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And I can actually pronounce all of them. While shopping for the creamer, I glanced at ingredients in other creamers I’ve bought before. Look at the difference.

And usually when you buy something that is all natural, it tends to have a shorter shelf life. Notice the August 18, 2012 expiration date? Well, it is good until then, sorta. Once you actually open the creamer, you have to use it within 14 days. So, don’t open it until you plan to use and then you know you have 2 weeks. Not a deal breaker, but it is something to be aware of so you’re not drinking spoiled creamer.

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And even better is that it is only about $2.28 per bottle. It comes in 3 tasty varieties, and besides coffee, I think these creamers would work well in recipes or even as a way to create some tasty vanilla ice cream. As most of you all know, I also count calories (most days…I try!) so, of course I had to see how much/little of a dent it would make in my daily caloric intake.

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Not too bad. I usually put about 2 tbsp. in a 16 oz. mug, so this will only set me back 70 calories if I use my Truvia sweetener.

All natural, tasty and affordable. If you want to try some out, you can go to the Walmart website and print a coupon for $1 off 2 bottles. My personal fave is the sweet cream, but the other 2 flavors are tasty as well.

Don’t believe me? Why don’t you head over to the Facebook page for Natural Bliss creamer to see what others think. I’ll be back in a few days with a recipe to show you how to make a tasty iced coffee using the creamer. It’ll be delicious, quick and low cal/healthy.

This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias #NaturalBlissWM All opinions, photos and ideas are my own and not influenced by any compensation.

8 comments:

  1. I love creamer with my coffee...it's my splurge. I'd go for the natural stuff, but lactose intolerance forbids it :-)

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  2. I am totally addicted to creamer in my coffee too. I agree with you, this is some yummy stuff. Nice job!

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  3. I definitely like the Sweet Cream the best too and found I didn't even need to add any sweetener to it. It was awesome all by itself!

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  4. So seeing all the random ingredients on the other creamer sort of grosses me out... {it's the kind I buy! EEK!}

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  5. I love the short list of ingredients!! Makes for a healthier coffee! I love the caramel.

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  6. I love the Sweet Cream...and your nails, too! Pretty!

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  7. I drink coffee all day and have never once counted my calories or even thought about it. It's nice to know that I can have the few cups I do with Natural Bliss and not feel guilty!!

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  8. I feel like you, too. Beverages are an easy way to make a healthy change! The Natural Bliss with its 4 ingredients are a fantastic addition to my coffee.

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

Natural Bliss Creamer {Health & Food Review #NaturalBlissWM}

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In my quest of trying to get healthy (one step at a time) and in a quest of realizing I am getting older and should try to take better care of myself, I’ve tried to cut out unhealthy sweeteners/preservatives, etc. It’s hard. Usually this means I have to buy items that are more expensive or make something from scratch. I still haven’t gotten my choices down to a perfect science, but one area that it has been easy to make healthier choices is beverages.

They have all 3 varities in stock, and again, they have a special mini-banner to draw attention to the creamers. I didn't see that on any other creamers.

In the mornings, I love coffee. Especially on weekends when I get to sit down and write blog posts or read magazines. Admittedly, I enjoy lots of creamer in my coffee. It makes it creamy and sweetens it up a bit. That’s why I was excited to get the task of heading to Walmart to pick up a bottle of Coffee-Mate Natural Bliss Creamer. It is all natural and has only 4 ingredients.

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And I can actually pronounce all of them. While shopping for the creamer, I glanced at ingredients in other creamers I’ve bought before. Look at the difference.

And usually when you buy something that is all natural, it tends to have a shorter shelf life. Notice the August 18, 2012 expiration date? Well, it is good until then, sorta. Once you actually open the creamer, you have to use it within 14 days. So, don’t open it until you plan to use and then you know you have 2 weeks. Not a deal breaker, but it is something to be aware of so you’re not drinking spoiled creamer.

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And even better is that it is only about $2.28 per bottle. It comes in 3 tasty varieties, and besides coffee, I think these creamers would work well in recipes or even as a way to create some tasty vanilla ice cream. As most of you all know, I also count calories (most days…I try!) so, of course I had to see how much/little of a dent it would make in my daily caloric intake.

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Not too bad. I usually put about 2 tbsp. in a 16 oz. mug, so this will only set me back 70 calories if I use my Truvia sweetener.

All natural, tasty and affordable. If you want to try some out, you can go to the Walmart website and print a coupon for $1 off 2 bottles. My personal fave is the sweet cream, but the other 2 flavors are tasty as well.

Don’t believe me? Why don’t you head over to the Facebook page for Natural Bliss creamer to see what others think. I’ll be back in a few days with a recipe to show you how to make a tasty iced coffee using the creamer. It’ll be delicious, quick and low cal/healthy.

This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias #NaturalBlissWM All opinions, photos and ideas are my own and not influenced by any compensation.

8 comments :

  1. I love creamer with my coffee...it's my splurge. I'd go for the natural stuff, but lactose intolerance forbids it :-)

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  2. I am totally addicted to creamer in my coffee too. I agree with you, this is some yummy stuff. Nice job!

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  3. I definitely like the Sweet Cream the best too and found I didn't even need to add any sweetener to it. It was awesome all by itself!

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  4. So seeing all the random ingredients on the other creamer sort of grosses me out... {it's the kind I buy! EEK!}

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  5. I love the short list of ingredients!! Makes for a healthier coffee! I love the caramel.

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  6. I love the Sweet Cream...and your nails, too! Pretty!

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  7. I drink coffee all day and have never once counted my calories or even thought about it. It's nice to know that I can have the few cups I do with Natural Bliss and not feel guilty!!

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  8. I feel like you, too. Beverages are an easy way to make a healthy change! The Natural Bliss with its 4 ingredients are a fantastic addition to my coffee.

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