For some, a glug of this sugary stuff is just what they want to complement bitter coffee. People wanting a serious hit of peanut butter flavor with that unique peanutty, savory quality might be seriously disappointed. So, is this for you? At least you can control the amount of sweetness here, though that may take some experimentation before you hit the right ratio of coffee to syrupy creamer. Maybe you want to strike your own path, whether it's the direction of your life or the sort of grocery store creamer you add to your coffee. The real stuff costs good money, though, so you aren't going to find it in International Delight creamer. If someone wants vanilla, then maybe they'll want a latte. Now, what about the prospect of such a candy in liquid form, added to coffee or tea? If you want to take the edge off via an innocent viewing of Elf, then why not? Many of us have fond memories of an afternoon spent dipping Oreos into a glass of milk. We are complicated creatures living in a complicated world. They might be a good replacement if you prefer the taste of cocoa butter-based sweets rather than the actual cocoa compounds in milk and dark chocolate. The most interesting thing about Cold Stone Creamery Sweet Cream creamer is the number of times you're forced to say "cream" when asking for it at the grocery store. Unlike other cream-inspired flavors of International Delight, it's fair to say that the Birthday Cake flavor has its own character. If there are so many people that have, at best, lukewarm feelings toward this candy, then why was it turned into a creamer? Peppermint is, after all, a holiday flavor that rarely fits into other times of the year. Consider this more as a guide for the next time you're standing in front of the creamer case, dizzy from so many options. That's not awful, exactly. A light addition of salt can help other flavors to grow in complexity as you're tasting them. All too often, at least in the food world, companies can get a little cynical and assume that consumers will simply buy something because it's tied to another thing they like, regardless of actual taste. There's a hint of brown sugar bringing some darker flavors. They're also gluten-free and kosher. used under license by WhiteWave Foods. And if that's good, maybe it could be a bit creamier. Unlike some other creamer flavors, this one has a bit more character (and we're not just talking about Buddy). If regular white chocolate flavors are a bit too one-note for your palate, White Chocolate Raspberry might be a good option. REESE’S trademark and trade dress and the REESE’S Orange Color and Crown Design are used under license. If you are offended at this vicious attack on your favorite candy and creamer, take heart. Filled with a processed, sugary goop that claims to contain coconut, most people dread its taste and texture. Mocha-flavored creamers are a decent choice for coffee, especially if you love chocolate in the first place. International Delight creamers are ubiquitous. While we're at it, why not try to add in the flavor of a classic Italian pastry? Just don't tell the most rabidly anti-pumpkin spice people in your circle. Yes, they're highly processed, not to mention unhealthy when ingested in mass quantities. It is pretty much exactly what it says it is on the label: a collection of sweetness and spices with the hint of pumpkin in there. International Delight's Birthday Cake flavor simply doesn't stand out from the packed crowd. Enter Southern Butter Pecan. Maybe, if you close your eyes and concentrate hard, you might be able to pick out the hint of deep-fried cannoli, but it may be more an act of will than actual taste. But if the designs on the bottles featuring images of both the Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles Creamers are any indicator, you're in for a sweet classic when you add this to your morning cup. This creamer is actually pretty good. That depends on what you're hoping to get out of the experience. Elite Daily reached out to International Delight to confirm if the creamers contain the same flavorings used to give the cereals their respective signature tastes, but did not hear back at the time of publication. It's also a unique flavor that isn't too wild or sponsored by a corporate entity. It’s free and fun to join. The creamer lends sweetness and something like flavor with the vanilla taste floating around in there. There's certainly no ricotta or those delicious little chocolate chips. But what about adding almond flavor to your morning cup? There's definitely a cookies and crème flavor, though it's not quite the essence of an Oreo cookie. COLD STONE CREAMERY and the Medallion design are trademarks of Kahala Franchising, L.L.C. True to its inspiration, the White Chocolate Mocha creamer from International Delight is pretty darn sweet. Back in the day, there wasn't much that could top the one true pairing of Saturday morning cartoons and multiple bowls of your favorite sugary cereal. When you head to the grocery store to pick up your sweet treats in the new year, follow the coronavirus safety recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as of Sept. 11. International Delight Canada wishes to express its support towards all those affected directly or indirectly by the COVID-19 situation. Maybe you're a rebel. Perhaps this spate of creamers inspired by fruit, cookies, cake batter, or other additions just isn't landing for you. Some varieties of International Delight creamer that claim to deliver those flavors aren't a whole lot more than a tide of sweetness that reminds you of a piece of white chocolate you had once at a party that had picked up the flavors of other candy in the bowl. Secretly, though, between friends? If it appeared in the door of your family fridge on a cold, wintry morning, you'd probably consider throwing a little bit in your coffee. Check out this handy ranking of all the available International Delight creamer flavors, from worst to best. The creamer does get a pleasant edge from the peppermint, rounded out with the chocolate mocha flavor. The way it's prepared in most coffee shops, you'll get a drink that's got good coffee flavor, complemented with chocolate, cream, and, if you really want it and aren't shy about asking the barista, a dash of fixings. If you're a lucky fan, it's apparently offered year-round in some markets, though don't tell anyone who doesn't have that privilege. There's no mistaking the primary flavor here.