Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Hot (#Puremade) Vanilla #Torani #Sponsored

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Torani 
and may contain affiliate links. All opinions are mine alone.

I recently received a bottle of a brand-new product from Torani* - one of their puremade syrups. I've long been a fan of Torani and used their syrups in my Hot Caramel Apple Cider, Lavender Panna Cotta, Guava Gin Fizz, and more.

As I mentioned, this Puremade Syrup from Torani is a brand-new product; it will be available to customers shortly. But I love that Torani Puremade Syrups contain: no artificial preservatives; no artificial colors; no artificial flavors; and no GMOs! 

I decided to let the boys decide who they wanted to use it. 'Hot Vanilla!' resounded around the dining table. "We love Hot Vanillas, Mom!" they hollered. I know. I know. When they were younger, we went to a breakfast spot and I always let them order - and share - one hot vanilla. Now we don't eat out as much, so we make these at home. You could also call them a steamer, but old habits die hard and these are 'Hot Vanilla's in our house!

I am almost loathe to call this a recipe. But I did want to share the process. Now, we need to do a side by side taste test and see if we can pick out the difference between the Puremade vanilla syrup and their regular vanilla syrup. That will be coming up soon...along with a savory recipe I have planned with this product.

Ingredients serves 2
  • 2 C milk
  • 2 t vanilla syrup (prefer Torani Puremade Syrup)
  • Also needed: milk foamer (I use an Aerolatte)

Pour the milk into a medium saucepan and heat over medium-low heat until it begins to steam around the edges. You don't want it to boil!

Add 1 t vanilla syrup to each mug and set aside.

Pour the warmed milk into a wide mouth container. Foam the milk.

Portion milk into the mugs, then scoop the milk foam into the top of each mug. Serve immediately.

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*Disclosure: I received compensation in the form of wine samples for recipe development and generating social media traction. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the sponsor.

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