Oat French Vanilla Coffee Creamer: Add a Splash of Rich n’ Dreamy Vanilla


Ooh la la! A splash of oh-so-creamy French Vanilla delicious-ness that just got a whole lot tastier.  

Don’t let the name fool you, this French Vanilla creamer is anything but ordinary – actually, it got a major taste glow up! Perfect for when you’re looking for just a touch of vanilla sweetness in your coffee – whether it’s hot or iced. Made with zero preservatives and nothing artificial, this coffee BFF is now available in 946ml. 

  • Original

  • Salted Caramel

  • French Vanilla

  • 946mL Bottle

Oat base (filtered water, oats), Cane sugar, Sunflower oil, Natural Flavour, Sodium bicarbonate, Sea salt, Sunflower lecithin, Gellan gum, Amylase.

Per 15mL serving
Fat 1 g
Saturated 0.1 g/Trans 0 g
Polyunsaturated 0.3 g
Monounsaturated 0.8 g
Carbohydrates 3 g
Fibre 0 g
Sugars 3 g
Protein 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 20 mg
Potassium 0 mg
Calcium 0 mg
Iron 0 mg






  • Zero preservatives or anything artificial
  • No dairy, canola oil or carrageenan
  • 100% non-GMO and vegan

Frequently Asked Questions

We hear ya, Nutritional Information can be confusing. 

For our Oat Café Edition Original, we do add a small amount of cane sugar but it is listed as 0 in the Nutritional Information because the serving size is small (15 mL) and with the regulatory rounding rules, it drops down to 0. Unrounded value is 0.4g sugar per 15mL.

You’re right! We sadly said goodbye to our smaller creamers. We’ve heard from our amazing community that the majority of you prefer a larger size for convenience and fewer trips to the grocery store. Our Oat Creamers now come in 946ml bottles – which means more splash in your coffee yum. We also improved the recipe! Our R&D team has been working hard, and they are pretty darn proud to have found the sweet spot between creamy texture and heavenly flavour.  These delish caffeine companions are sure to elevate your morning coffee game!

As of now, it doesn’t make sense to offer two sizes for a variety of reasons including manufacturing capacity, space we have on shelves, and consumer demand.