Jared Stevens favorite afternoon pick me up | Vietnamese Coffee Cream recipe

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Single Serve Ingredients: (Quick guide)

This recipe has a little twist the original recipe. Enjoyed by our athletes shown above!

Add ingredients together and stir!

  • 2 tablespoons sweet condensed milk
  • 2 egg yolks (optional)
  • 2 teaspoons brown sugar
  • And your favorite Paper St Coffee roast!

What is Vietnamese Coffee Cream?

Vietnamese coffee cream is a rich and velvety mixture made from condensed milk and coffee. It is a popular ingredient in Vietnamese coffee, which is known for its strong and bold flavor. The combination of the smooth cream and robust coffee creates a delightful balance of sweetness and bitterness.


To make your own Vietnamese coffee cream, you will need the following ingredients:


Follow these simple steps to create your own Vietnamese coffee cream:

Step 1: Brew Strong Coffee

Start by brewing a cup of coffee. You can use a French press, espresso machine, or any other method you prefer. The key is to have a bold and flavorful coffee base for your cream.

Step 2: Mix the Ingredients

In a bowl, combine the condensed milk and the brewed coffee. Stir well until the mixture is smooth and fully incorporated. The condensed milk will add a creamy texture and a touch of sweetness to your coffee.

Step 3: Store and Serve

Transfer the Vietnamese coffee cream to a jar or airtight container. Store it in the refrigerator to keep it fresh. When you're ready to enjoy your coffee, simply add a spoonful or two of the cream to your cup of hot or iced coffee. Stir well and savor the delightful flavors.


While the classic Vietnamese coffee cream is made with condensed milk and coffee, you can customize the recipe to suit your taste preferences. Here are a few ideas to experiment with:

  • Add a dash of vanilla extract for a hint of sweetness.
  • Sprinkle some cinnamon or cocoa powder on top for an extra flavor boost.
  • Use almond milk or coconut milk instead of condensed milk for a dairy-free alternative.

Now that you know how to make your own Vietnamese coffee cream, it's time to elevate your coffee experience. Whether you enjoy it in the morning or as an afternoon pick-me-up, this creamy delight will surely become a new favorite. Give it a try and indulge in the rich flavors of Vietnamese coffee cream!

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  • Brooke Woodley

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