This simple, versatile vanilla syrup is made from real vanilla bean and makes a delicious addition to coffees, sodas, or cocktails.
This recipe for simple syrup can be used to make a whole host of fabulous drinks, like our Bloody Scary Cocktail or Blood Orange Martini.
This ruby red hibiscus syrup has sweet, tart, and floral accents that will add extra zing and beautiful color to your homemade cocktails.
This light and fresh lemon syrup is a delicious topping for cake, waffles, or whatever you can imagine.
This syrup can be stored in the refrigerator indefinitely.
Use this infused syrup to make the Almond-Fennel Cooler.
Control the sweetness and the quality of the cocoa powder with this simple homemade chocolate syrup recipe.
Vanilla Orange Syrup
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Habanero Simple Syrup
Simple syrup infused with habanero peppers is a spicy and colorful addition to tequila-based cocktails or even lemonade.
Lilac Blackberry Syrup
These flower syrups are similar to flower simple syrups but much thinner and easier to pour, perfect for using as a finishing syrup over pancakes, waffles, or ice cream.
Flower Simple Syrup
Colorful flower-infused simple syrups have many uses. Strong and sweet, they are best used as bases in other recipes, such as sorbets or drink mixes.
Simple Marshmallow Syrup
This easy syrup is used in several recipes throughout this cookbook, from pancakes to bread pudding, and even as a topping for coffee cake.