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Can you freeze liquid coffee mate?


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2011-09-12 14:49:19
2011-09-12 14:49:19

as a person who looked for the answer to this for a long time to be sure she could so that her precious creamer wouldn't be wasted, YES you can! I was hesitant to do it because I had one container of pumpkin flavored coffemate left over and I didnt want to waste it but I knew I was going to dump it out anyway. so, what you need to do is shake the bottle and pour equal amounts in your ice cube tray( if you are on a diet like me I put 2 tbsp per cup of coffee and each ice cube hole is about that much). I just put them in the freezer. They don't come out easily like normal ice cubes but I have extra trays so i just leave my creamer tray in a large ziploc and scoop out each creamer hole when I want it. The fact that it is frozen does not mean that it cools your coffee, I hardly notice a difference. so if you like your coffee piping hot it shouldn't be too bad. I havnt experienced any problems with curdling or it separating so if you do as I did you should be good to go. from one wiki answers person to another GOOD LUCK

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