7 DIY Coffee Syrups So You Can Make Those Tasty Lattes At Home
Autumn brings out all the best fashion, weather, food, and of course, delectable lattes from some of our favourite coffee shops! At this time of year, I’m always in the mood for pumpkin spice and salted caramel lattes, but in an attempt to cut out some of the sugars and additives, I love to make some of those at home — with far fewer ingredients!
If you’d like to get creative in the kitchen, here are some more natural options for flavouring your lattes this fall! Enjoy and be sure to pin your favourites!
Lavender might not be the first coffee syrup that comes to mind, but if you’ve never tried it, you really should! Lavender lends itself so well to delicious, sweet lattes. (via Shalom Mama)
You can make this recipe in the summer for Italian sodas, but I love the mix of berry and coffee too! Have you ever tried it? (via Living Better Together)
I love the containers being used to store these delicious cinnamon, almond, and vanilla syrups. You could dress them up to give as gift this holiday season too. (via Heather Bullard)
If classic pumpkin spice is your thing, you’ll love this recipe! This one uses coconut sugar and pureed pumpkin. Yum! (via So Fawned Lifestyle)
The combination of cinnamon and brown sugar would make the perfect syrups for your sitting-by-the-fire latte this fall. Can’t wait for those cozy evenings! (via Five Heart Home)
Find out how to make four different syrup recipes — including vanilla, cinnamon, almond, and blackberry — as well as a delicious cold brew coffee that’s to die for! (via How Sweet It Is)
For a little taste of Christmas, you’re going to love making your own peppermint syrup. Make your own peppermint lattes, white chocolate mochas, and hot chocolate. This is my partner’s favourite all season long! (via Cook Like A Champion)