Vanilla Syrup for Coffee

Vanilla Syrup for Coffee created by gailanng

This is a copycat of the Torani-style flavored syrup. You can also use almond extract, hazelnut, or any other flavor. Easy and inexpensive, compared to coffee-shop prices! Makes a nice holiday or hostess gift.

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  • Combine the sugars and water in a saucepan.
  • Boil for at least 10 minutes.
  • Let cool. When solution has cooled, add the extract and stir well. Store in an airtight bottle or container.
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"This is a copycat of the Torani-style flavored syrup. You can also use almond extract, hazelnut, or any other flavor. Easy and inexpensive, compared to coffee-shop prices! Makes a nice holiday or hostess gift."

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  1. Tegan H.
    hi there by any chance would you know much this makes in mls? thanks in advance
  2. michaelbrockman
    Should it be covered while boiling for 10 minutes?
  3. skychild
    Thank you so much for this recipe! Being stuck at home during COVID and craving vanilla iced coffee, I made a half batch of this exactly as written (except, well, half of the amounts). It is WONDERFUL and a half recipe made about 2 cups. I've been putting 2 Tablespoons of the syrup into 10oz of strong-brewed, cooled coffee with 1/4-1/2c of unsweetened vanilla almond milk and it has made me SO HAPPY. It's a wonderful replacement, low calorie (comparatively, to the *$ stuff), low cost, and maybe even better tasting. I attached a photo to show how much syrup a 1/2 recipe makes - this is in a standard 24oz pasta sauce jar. I also weighed it, and it made almost exactly 16 oz.
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  4. Marie A.
    Fantastic recipe. No tweaking required. Make it as it's written.
  5. Emily S.
    Love it! I made a half bath and it turned out great, except I find that it crystallises within a couple days and within a couple weeks there's a thick layer of crystals on the bottom and up the sides. Anything I'm doing that would cause this? Or how can I prevent it?
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