Passion fruit syrup is the perfect combination of sweet, sour, and tropical. Passion fruits are naturally sweet but also quite sour, with an almost floral-like aroma. The bright yellow-orange pulp has an intense flavor that’s a little like pineapple, and a little like mango, but with a strong and refreshing acidity. Passion fruit’s tropical sweetness …
Simple syrup is one of the easiest ingredients to whip up at home, but how do you store it so it stays fresh and tasting great? Let’s dive into syrup storage, shelf life, and how you can help your homemade syrups last as long as possible.
Whether your pantry is out of sugar, or you’re avoiding sugar in your diet, sometimes you need a substitute for simple syrup. Don’t despair – there are many great simple syrup alternatives, no matter what kind of recipe you need it for!
So many recipes call for simple syrup, but what is it and what’s the best way to make it? Should you just buy it instead, and if not, why? Let’s dive deep into all things simple syrup and find out the answers to these and so many more syrup questions!
Rosemary simple syrup is a delicious and easy way to add fresh, herbaceous flavor to drinks and desserts. The fresh, woodsy flavor of rosemary complements many fruits, spices, and other herbs. From rosemary lemonade and iced coffees to fancy cocktails or even fruit salad, there are so many ways to use this forest-flavored syrup.
Fresh raspberry syrup adds sweet, tart, fruity flavor to drinks of all kinds, from cocktails to mocktails to lattes or lemonade. Most raspberry simple syrup recipes call for heating the fruit with sugar and water, but I much prefer the flavor of a syrup made with fresh, uncooked raspberries.