Grinch Coffee Creamer Exists, and You’ll Need All the Flavors
Tomorrow is Christmas. It’s practically here! Not really—but Grinch coffee creamer is in stores.
Christmas and coffee creamer go together like the Grinch and stealing ornaments—a match made in heaven! So many amazing peppermint, gingerbread and other Christmas-themed snacks and products start coming out around this time, and we’re ready for it. This year we’ve been blessed (yet again) with a collaboration with the greatest green meanie to ever steal our hearts on Christmas… the Grinch.
I think everyone in Whoville would love a warm cup of coffee on a cold day. And a splash of this coffee creamer would cheer up even the Grinch himself!
The Grinch Coffee Creamer Flavors Are…
- Peppermint Mocha: While this flavor isn’t exactly new, it’s definitely a fan favorite. It’s a gluten-free and lactose-free creamer that’s sure to please anyone and everyone who meets it. Nothing beats a warm cup of coffee with a hint of peppermint and chocolate. Sounds like the perfect drink to cozy up with, along with some snacks inspired by classic Christmas movies.
- Frosted Sugar Cookie: Definitely has all the sweetness you’ll need to perk you up in the morning! Bring a bottle to work to pep up your coworkers. Think of it as the Whos of Whoville baking you a fresh cup of coffee every day.
- Gingerbread Cookie Dough: Now this is the one I’m most excited for. This new Grinch collab has flavors of sweet brown sugar, buttery dough, cinnamon and ginger. We think dunking some gingerbread men in will make this experience even better. Yum, yum!
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Don’t forget about these other Grinch-inspired recipes.
Where Can I Get ‘Em?
You can snatch these Grinch flavors for about $3.99 a bottle at most major retailers while supplies last. Check your local stores for stock before December… because like the Elf coffee creamer, the Grinch creamer won’t last long!
Want to pick up a grinch-inspired Christmas tree to go with your grinch coffee creamer? You can pick up a grinch tree AKA a grump tree at Trader Joe’s.