The recipes I used add things like maple syrup, caramel sauce, or peppermint candies because this helps with the crystallizing that can happen with simple syrup. Us too! Glad to help! Next cookie and coffee date can be at your house! The first time I left it in a container to cool and then knocked it over... nightmare to clean up.
I can't wait to make these!
Subscribe and get Turkey Schmurkey, my plant-based holiday eCookbook, for FREE! Do you think this would work using candy/ baking oils? Thank you! http://www.food.com/recipe/sugar-free-simple-syrup-348854, i made the caramel syrup, but it is very thick.. i let it cool down in the saucepan before i transferred it to my mason jar to store it and pour it..but it was a very thick consistency. My friend in Mexico was always wondering why I'd ask her to send it or bring it.. To be safe...keep them in the fridge!
I've tried to make the spice coffee syrup twice and both times it comes out very thick and dark. We got that. I should go set up a stand on the street:), Smart! But, the vanilla bean would be delicious! What is the shelf/fridge life of these syrups?
Peppermint oil should work...just remember it doesn't have sugar in it like the candies, so you'll want to add extra sugar to the syrup. That does sound yummy!!!
I'm not fond of all the preservatives in store bought creamers, they have too much sugar (I'm pre-diabetic & I'm into using stevia because I don't like saccharin and they have found that saccharin & equal is just not healthy for you),and there sugar free ones have too much fat, and they are way too expensive..This looks and sounds better for me along with good ole milk than the alternative. You could almost certainly add a pumpkin spice to the syrup for the flavor (just know your syrup might not last quite as long, we aren't sure). So no worries! Make your Own: Household & Beauty Products, Peppermint variation: 20 peppermint candies, Maple Vanilla variation: 3 tablespoons vanilla, http://www.food.com/recipe/sugar-free-simple-syrup-348854, https://www.nelliebellie.com/soda-syrups/.
Also, can you give me a brand name. In a small saucepan, combine coffee and sugar; bring to a boil. I made these for ME. Cook, stirring often, until sugar dissolves and mixture comes to a rolling boil, about 10 minutes.
I wonder if there is a way to make these sugar free? I used to go to Hispanic stores but now have found it at Walmart!
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Cori, thanks for that!
I love the idea and the flavors but mine are crystallizing. And maybe use peppermint extract or something?
Thanks. I can't wait to experiment more! We put them into carbonated water and the kids get to flavor their own sodas while I control the sugar content :).
We just aren't positive that anything else will work. I stored it in the fridge, but am going to try this one on the counter to see how that works.
I like French Vanilla and out of all the homemade creamer's I've tried to make I just can't seem to get the French Vanilla flavor I like. I bet they would! Honestly, they don't last much longer than 2 depending on how many flavors I make. What a fabulous idea NellieBellie! We actually really don't recommend making a chocolate version of this syrup. X. For the Caramel Syrup do you use a homemade caramel sauce or a shop bought one?
Whisk and repeat in 20-30 second increments until sugar is fully … Frankly, we purchase the caramel (usually an ice cream topping version). Just made the maple vanilla syrup for the second time. #sorrynotsorry :). I've been thinking of trying some other flavors using extracts, but wondered about the wisdom of using the imitation. This coffee syrup recipe can also be used for homemade soda syrups. Go for it! It's when you add flavors to them that can change that. Hi there ,
I would add the chocolate separate so that the mixture works best. If you're looking for fruit flavors, we've shown a few ideas in our soda syrup post...basically the same thing, but with fruits infused in the syrup. This is a coffee-flavored simple syrup. Waiting for it to cool and will then add it to some coffee. Thanks But...an option. With a few little t, Chia seed jam is lower in sugar, full of fiber, su, Overnight Creamy Coconut Grains with strawberries, How (and Why) I Make Money on Kitchen Treaty, Healthier Homemade Pumpkin Spice Coffee Syrup. We love knowing too, which is why you see alot of recipes here that are homemade. Yep.
Fingers crossed. how long is it good for and does it need to be refrigerated? Step 1 Combine sugar, water, and ground coffee in a pot over medium heat.
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I just might need to make this stuff! Can't wait to try them! I LOVE it. Thanks! For vanilla, did you use the "true" vanilla? I'll have to try this, although I might have to go the sugar-free one. I love the idea of these syrups. Is there a way, that you know of, to make these sugar free? Like cinnamon oil, bubble gum, etc? Nutella? I was just listening to someone lamenting the end of maple flavored coffee at the local shop, so this is at the top of the Christmas list. Don't introduce extreme temperatures to your syrup (cold spoons, pans...etc.). I prefer any brand Mexican vanilla but sometimes only find the blend.
Such a good idea and so simple! These syrups are simple syrups which in and of themselves are fine in a cool place for shorter times. But if you do try it, and it turns out, be sure to let us know! Thanks : ). Can't wait to try this.
By the stuff in the canister but just the packets of flavoring.
YOu can find them at most big box stores. Easy, simple, c, Slow Cooker Chana Masala is simple, easy, plant-ba, Spiced Carrot Oatmeal Muffins!
It is not too spicy at all. I think roasting your own coffee is amazing and am super interested in trying that!
I occasionally break it up with the cinnamon spice but always go back to the peppermint.
I always mean to but never quite get there.
Unfortunately, Kelsey, this recipe is a simple syrup. Of course, that's because I like my coffee with less coffee and more sugar.
This will make a great Christmas present, but my family has sugar issues.
These are made by making a simple syrup which is just sugar and water. I'd like to know though how long these syrup would last me from when I bottle them up and store them. We've been able to keep our vanilla version for more than a month when refrigerated.
Lower heat and simmer for 3 minutes, stirring often.
Do you think I would have the spicy syrup and add the chocolate separate, or add the chocolate to the simple syrup?? Add a splash of half & half and stir. For the best flavor, make the syrup with the strongest coffee you can brew. Required fields are marked *. Not sure how early to make the syrups for a Christmas gift you see. I would probably use an extract for the Hazelnut flavor. Try it, and let us know the results! I am only a very small business and I have to buy huge amounts of commercial flavors for when I create Chocolate Mint coffee, or Macchiato, Cinnamon bliss, etc.
Not the canister Kool-Aid, that has the sugar in it. We don't, sorry!
Transfer coffee syrup to a container and let cool to room temperature.
It sounds like you don't make them in large batches.
If you keep them in the fridge, they can last for several months. Me too!!!
I use extract.
Peppermint variation: add peppermints with water and sugar, stir often. Homemade Flavored Coffee Syrups | easy and delicious recipes! Use Truvia Baking Blend as an exact swap out for the sugar. I don't tend to do them, no. Thanks for the recipes.
This is a simple syrup...which is sugar and water and a chemical reaction. Normal proportions for a simple syrup are two parts sugar to one part water or other liquid.
so if I wanted to make syrup with just vanilla extract, how much cream of tartar would I add?
There has been talk of splenda, agave syrup, and others. oooooh...that might be awesome! This two-ingredient coffee syrup recipe can be used to flavor alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, cakes, or used as an ice cream topping.
They would! My family never went for flavored coffees. more yummy things to do with simple syrups.
I am always looking for new things. Is there a basic vanilla recipe? I'm glad you found us! Simmer on low for 15-20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
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These homemade coffee syrups only require a few easy ingredients, are easy to make, and make your coffee taste amazing.
So if it doesn't work, don't blame us :). Any suggestions?
I think they simmer chyanne pepper, cinnamon, and an orange slice to make the flavors.
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