How to Make Homemade Vanilla Coffee Syrup

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A lot of us are cutting back on our spending these days and looking for ways to save money. If you’re a coffee lover like me, you might be wondering how you can save some money on your daily coffee habit. Well, one way is to make your own coffee syrup at home! All you need is sugar, water, and a little bit of flavoring, and you’ll be well on your way to making your own delicious coffee syrup.

Store-bought syrups can be expensive, and they’re often loaded with sugar and artificial flavors. But, as I’ve just said, it’s easy to make your own syrup at home? So now, let Dave, our resident barista show you how to make a delicious vanilla coffee syrup that will take your morning cup of joe to the next level.

Ingredients:
1 cup water
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Directions:

  1. Combine water and sugar in a small saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Stir until the sugar is dissolved and the mixture comes to a boil.
  3. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla extract.
  4. Pour into a glass jar or bottle and store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
  5. To use, add 1-2 tablespoons to your favorite coffee or espresso drink. Enjoy!

There you have it—a simple recipe for homemade vanilla coffee syrup that will save you money and elevate your morning cup of coffee at the same time! Give it a try and let us know how you like it in the comments below. Happy sipping!

How long does homemade coffee syrup last?

Homemade coffee syrup can last for up to two weeks when stored in a sealed container in the fridge. Coffee syrup is a popular way to flavor coffee and other drinks. It is made by boiling sugar and water until the sugar dissolves, then adding coffee and flavorings. The syrup is then left to cool and can be used immediately or stored in the fridge for later use. When stored properly, homemade coffee syrup will last for up to two weeks. However, it is important to check the syrup before using it, as it may start to spoil if it is not used within this timeframe. To extend the shelf life of homemade coffee syrup, add a dash of vodka or rum to the recipe. This will help to preserve the syrup and prevent it from going bad.

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How do you preserve homemade coffee syrup?

Homemade coffee syrup can be preserved in a few different ways. The most common method is to simply store it in a sealed container in the fridge. This will keep it fresh for a few weeks. If you want to extend its shelf life even further, you can freeze the syrup. This will prevent any bacteria from growing, and it will also help to preserve the flavor of the syrup. Finally, you can pasteurize the syrup by heating it to a temperature of 185 degrees Fahrenheit. This will kill any bacteria that may be present, and it will also allow you to store the syrup without refrigeration. However, it is important to note that pasteurized syrup will have a slightly different flavor than fresh syrup.

Do you have to refrigerate homemade coffee syrups?

No, homemade coffee syrup does not need to be refrigerated. The simple syrup base provides enough sugar to keep bacteria from growing, and the addition of coffee adds another layer of protection. However, if you are using dairy milk or cream in your homemade coffee syrup, it is important to refrigerate it. The milk proteins can spoil quickly at room temperature, so it is best to keep homemade coffee syrups made with milk in the fridge. If you are using a plant-based milk, such as almond milk, you can safely store it at room temperature.

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Coffee addict and self confessed obsessive with all things Java, Dave loves to write about coffee nearly as much as he enjoys drinking it. Can always be found no more than 2 feet away from a fresh brew!

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