Healthy Coffee Creamer!
I am a big believer and drinker of coffee. Not a big surprise, as most people are too but I am always looking to up my game wherever I can. It is in the web post of Anthony’s Organic Turmeric Creamer review that I hope to expand the awareness of this amazing product for people’s benefit and health.
I really believe this will change the way you look at coffee for the better.
What Is Anthony’s Organic Turmeric Creamer?
Before we get into Anthony’s Turmeric Creamer we need to understand the company…just a little bit before deep diving into the creamer.
Anthony’s Goods is an amazing company. I highly support and recommend their products, as I am a new user of their products. One you should start to familiar with too, as they have tons of specialty foods from farmers from all around the world.
I mean seriously, you have to check out their page. Just start scrolling at all the different products they have. So many unique and healthy supplements, superfoods, and pantry staples to shake a stick at.
Do You Need A Healthier Creamer?
Are you looking for a healthy alternative to the sugar laden creamers you normally put in your coffee? Or just looking to up your coffee game?
This is a healthy alternative! Plus on top of being healthy, it tastes so good too! It loaded with superfoods and MCT Oil. It is USDA Organic, Keto-friendly, gluten-free and non-dairy too.
I mean what more do you want? Oh, and it taste good too and you start to crave having your coffee more using this creamer. Even if you normally drink it black.
It can also be added to teas, baked goods, shakes, and smoothies.
Turmeric has many health benefits too. It is an anti-inflammatory compound and improves brain function.
Ingredients of Anthony’s Organic Creamer
Just four simple ingredients, this is what all products should strive for in their ingredients. Another important aspect for a lot of people it is all organic.
- Organic Coconut Milk Powder
- Organic Coconut Sugar
- Organic Turmeric
- Organic Medium -Chain Triglyceride (MCT Oil)
How Does It Taste?
Right off the bat, it taste coconutty.
Is that a word?
I don’t know but I am using it.
It’s a pleasant coconut flavor, as three out of the four ingredients are coconut, not that big of a surprise. There is nothing harsh about turmeric if you never had turmeric before. It blends well in taste and you actually start to crave it.
There is sweetness, but not overly sweet, as it has 2g of Total Sugars as per the nutrition facts above.
You put it in your mouth and your body just knows it good and you crave it. I get the same feeling with this and coconut oil and ghee.
Anthony’s Organic Turmeric VS Laird Superfood Turmeric Creamer
I also wrote an article highlighting Laird’s product found here, Laird Hamilton Superfood Turmeric Creamer Review.
These are the two big organic turmeric creamers out there. So, it is natural to do a quick comparison against each other.
If you add any of these products to coffee you are just going to have to grab a spoon and stir to fully mix creamer with the coffee. Otherwise, it will tend to clump a little at the bottom of the cup, not horrible or anything just not fully assimilated with the coffee.
Anthony’s is the winner by a long shot in terms of cost. You are getting one more ingredient in the Laird product and you will have to weight that decision for yourself.
Which one taste Better?
Lairds is the winner. Laird Superfood Turmeric Creamer tastes better to me having a slightly more appealing coconut flavor. They both make coffee taste better.
If you want a slightly better tasting turmeric creamer with one more ingredient added, Aquamin (calcium from marine algae), then Laird is your man. The price difference is for you to make on your own.
The decision is for you to make, if you are more frugal the Anthony’s Creamer is much cheaper than the Laird Creamer. Taste goes to the Alpha Male Laird product.
Side by side and I don’t know if this is important at all but Anthony’s Turmeric Creamer is a deeper orange color compared to Laird’s Creamer. I don’t know if this is important but I wanted to mention it.