January 14, 2015


nutpods is a deliciously wholesome, dairy-free creamer made from heart healthy almonds and MCT-rich coconuts with a rich and creamy balanced taste.

We believe that there should be an alternative option for the discerning and informed dairy-free coffee creamer user. Unfortunately, most traditional non-dairy and even natural dairy-free coffee creamers can contain many undesirable and artificial ingredients.  Natural creamers can be thin and watery; not rich and creamy. Unlike the existing options, nutpods is free from the following so you can be free to indulge:
-Sodium Caseinate (a milk protein)
-Artificial flavors, colors and preservatives
-Hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils

 For a list of ingredients, please click on the photo of each flavor.


Keep Calm and ENJOY NUTPODS Poster

We did it!

We started our little company with a Kickstarter campaign in October 2013 (www.kickstarter.com Project Name: nutpods) to bring our much anticipated products to the commercial market. Our goal was to raise $30K to release our first delectable flavor, Unsweetened Original. Well, thanks to the generosity of 510 backers, WE DID IT! We were able to actually surpass our goal by $32,164!  The money raised will go towards converting Madeline's kitchen formula into a full-blown commercial formulation.  Funds will also be used on packaging, production and distribution costs.

Thanks to you, our supporters, we will soon be able to transform nutpods into a bona fide commercial production and make our wholesome and deliciously dairy-free creamy pods available to health-conscious coffee and tea lovers everywhere.

Thank you for your support in giving us the privilege to finally bring a more natural and wholesome option to the market!

What's up with carrageenan? - Guest post by Audrey Wright

When sorting through the growing variety of non-dairy milks, creamers and other products appearing on grocery store shelves, one controversial ingredient is gaining the attention of a number of "health watchdogs". This ingredient is none other than carrageenan, and it may very well be found in the almond milk sitting in your refrigerator right now.

What is carrageenan and why is it in our food? Well, Google defines carrageenan as "a family of linear sulfated polysaccharides that are extracted from red edible seaweeds. They are widely used in the food industry, for their gelling, thickening, and stabilizing properties."

If it comes from something natural, shouldn't it be okay for us? Not necessarily. Like many dyes, food additives, preservatives and chemicals, carrageenan IS a naturally-derived thickener. But that doesn't mean we as humans should be consuming it.

The problem?  It is not digestible by humans. According to Joanne Tobacman M.D., a well-versed researcher of carrageenan at the University of Illinois, the substance triggers an immune response in our bodies. It can lead to ulcerations, bleeding and increased inflammation. There are also theories that carrageenan is linked to cancer, but the verdict is still out in the scientific community while more research and testing is done.

The bottom line is this: evidence continues to mount in the harmfulness of carrageenan and it should not be consumed on a regular basis. Many people may be reacting to this ingredient if they are consuming non-dairy or dairy-free products and may not even realize it or be blaming it on something else entirely.


A born-and-raised Texas gal, University of Texas student Audrey Wright had to learn on her own how to navigate the daunting world of school, social outings and life as a teen with Celiac Disease. She loves her family and friends, writing, cooking and staying active. Now more than ever, she wishes to share her discoveries, tips and tricks about practical food allergy survival and hopes to make things just a little bit easier for others. 

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