I am not the most creative person when it comes to doing things in the kitchen. I was still excited though to get the Torani Holiday kit from SheSpeaks. In it were two wonderful full size bottles of Torani syrup in Gingerbread & Sugar Free Salted Caramel. Last year I was also lucky enough to get Torani Syrups to review as well, you can read that review here.
Since, like I said above, I am not creative when it comes to thinking up of a new recipe in the kitchen or playing around with flavors, I haven’t been creative in using these flavors. Instead we have just been using them in our coffee, yum yum though! My husband is much more creative when it comes to the kitchen, usually. He hasn’t been in the most creative mood lately, so new finds to tell you. I do have to say he has been putting blood orange Torani syrup in his iced tea at times and that is quite a little tasty treat.
I will share with you one of the recipes I got in my little book with this kit that I think sounds tasty. I have yet to try myself, but again it sounds good!
- 2 Tbsp. Torani Vanilla syrup
- 1/4 cup pineapple juice
- 2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
- 6 Tbsp. sparkling water
- Sugar for coating rim of glass, if desired.
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add Torani, pineapple juice and lemon juice and shake gently. Strain with a chilled martini glass and top with sparkling water. Garnish with lemon twist.
Doesn’t that sound yummy?!? So go try it and tell me what you think. Or go out and try some recipes and come back and let me know what you did. Cause I am always willing to learn. I have 5 $1 off coupons if you would like go out and get yourself a bottle of Torani. Just drop me a comment and I can pop one out to you in the mail. Of course first 5 to claim get them. There are a ton of flavors to choose from in both regular & sugar free (sugar free is made with splenda).
I was given two bottles of Torani syrup free to try and review from Torani & She Speaks, all thoughts and pictures are my own.