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Vanilla Syrup 2.0

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This is a perfect (and delicious) homemade holiday gift! But be warned, it really is addictive!

Ingredients

  • ¼ cups Water
  • ½ cups Sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon Pure Vanilla Extract

Preparation

Combine water, sugar and vanilla in a saucepan, stir well. Bring to a boil. Boil for 4-5 minutes. Cool, cover and pour into a decorative bottle.

Slap a label or some ribbon on the bottle or mason jar and you are good to go.

Include a recipe card with it and suggest mixing the syrup into club soda for a cream soda, into coffee for a wonderful flavor, over pancakes, waffles or over ice cream as a treat!

This will keep 3 weeks in your fridge. Rewarm later for use.

Happy holidays!

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senoritabonita on 3.25.2013

I will be making this ASAP to use in my coffee, as I just purchased a latte maker :)

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Tom (Amaretto) on 2.1.2011

This looks wonderful Colleen..on my to do list. May I ask where you got your decorative bottles?

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MarshmellowDay on 1.31.2011

I’m making this right now! Wow, I love to add deliciousness to my coffee, what a money saving way to go! Thanks!

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Chrissy on 1.25.2011

Thanks for the tip! Will most likely be trying this weekend! Would be sooner but have a big test to study for this week. :)

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soufflebombay on 1.25.2011

Hi Crysi, Mix 1 1/2 to 2 oz of syrup would be good for a 16 oz glass of ice and club or seltzer. Hope you enjoy!

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4my4girls on 12.24.2010

This is simply divine! I just made this to give as a gift and now I’m not sure I can part with it!

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