You could save money on Starbucks by trying this simple yet a perfect recipe to prepare coffee syrup(s) at home.
Because not all of the people are crazy to try the same brew every morning, a coffee syrup is a perfect addition to give you a pinch of something new in your coffee mug.
So, today, I’ll take you through some mouth-watering coffee syrup recipes with flavorings like coconut, chocolate, vanilla and a few others to try.
Make Coffee Syrup At Home
Here is a table with all the syrup recipes.
Each makes around 2 cups of syrup and the basic or base ingredients you need for every flavoring is:
- 1 Cup of Sugar
- 1 Cup of Water
|Syrup Flavoring||Quantity To Add|
|Vanilla Syrup||2 tsp. Vanilla Extract|
|Peppermint Syrup||2 tsp. Peppermint Extract|
|Orange Cream Syrup||1 tsp. Orange Extract, 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract, 1/4 Cup Maple Syrup & 3 tbsp. Vanilla|
|Caramel Syrup||1/3 Cup Caramel Sauce|
|Blackberry Syrup||6 Freshh Blueberries|
|Cinnamon Brown Sugar Syrup||1/2 Brown Sugar & 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract|
How To Prepare?
- Add sugar and water in a saucepan and bring it to a gentle boil
- Use a wooden spoon to stir it continuously. The stirring must not stop
- Once the sugar is melted and mixed with water, simmer on low for 15 minutes while you keep on stirring the mixture
- Turn off the burner and let the mixture cool down
- Finally, pour the mixture into a small container and add your desired flavoring
- Mix it well with a spoon
- You’re all set to mix this delicious coffee syrup in your brewed cup of coffee
I would recommend brewing strong a cup of coffee. It goes well with the syrup and doesn’t taste bitter.
Additional Syrups to Try
If your weekend evenings are boring, spend your time trying out these additional coffee syrups that can also be used in oatmeal, hot cereal, and even pancakes.
The strawberry syrup goes perfectly with iced coffee, iced tea, lemonade, and cocktails. It is simple to prepare and tastes very delicious
A simple two-ingredient recipe that can be stirred into anything you want. For example, you can mix it with iced tea, cocktails, desserts and even the lemonade in summer.
Made with all the warming spices which include cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, orange zest, and allspice. Easy to make, delicious to taste!
This syrup is Indian inspired and made with ginger, cloves, cinnamon, black pepper, fennel, coriander, soothing vanilla, and cardamom. It can be a bit complicated to prepare, read through the recipe carefully and make sure you follow the instructions.
Only three ingredients and you have a delicious vanilla syrup ready. The recipe uses split vanilla bean that adds a great flavor to the final syrup. Use in moderate quantity when adding in coffee.
For a warm, floral and fruity flavor, Rose Hip Syrup is your way to go. Other than coffee, you can try it with oatmeal, wafers, pancakes, and porridge.
My Favorite Recipes
These two syrups are my favorite ones. They are unique, and the taste is way too delicious. Try these out with iced coffee.
So, which recipe is your favorite one? Do let me know in comments. Mine is chocolate and pumpkin spice coffee syrup J.