Enjoy a delicious cup of French vanilla cappuccino without the concern of consuming excess sugar. Make your coffee at home using sugar-free products instead of getting it at the local coffee shop. Not only will your health thank you for the lack of sugar, but your pocketbook will, too. Use simple-to-find over-the-counter-products to cook up your own sugar-free French vanilla cappuccino with no special equipment needed.
Pour 2 cups of water into a small saucepan. Turn the stove on high and heat the water until it is boiling.
Place the French vanilla powdered creamer and the instant coffee into a mug and stir together.
Pour the boiling water over the coffee and creamer. Stir the mixture until the instant coffee and the creamer powder have completely dissolved.
Add one package of artificial sweetener to the cup and mix well. Feel free to leave this ingredient out if you like, or add additional sweetener if you prefer a sweeter cappuccino.
Sprinkle the top of the cappuccino with about 1/8 tsp. of ground cinnamon or nutmeg and serve while still warm.
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