The first time I made my very own syrup from scratch, I was blown away. I'm always blown away at how "simple" it is to just make stuff on your own. Most things are not only easy to make but wildly satisfying.
I'm gonna skip to the how-to, because I know you don't wanna read all the fluff. So here goes:
Notes: The longer you boil the syrup, the thicker it will become. The first time I made Apple and Brown Sugar Syrup, the syrup was really thick (and super delicious), and I ended up using it for French Toast. Ah-mazing.
Point is: You can't really mess this up.
Brown Sugar 1 Cup
Heavy Whipping Cream 1/2 Cup
Milk 1/4 Cup
Butter 4 Tablespoons
Vanilla 1 Tablespoon
It's so simple.
Put a saucepan on Low Heat on your stove.
Add the above ingredients to the sauce pan in order.
Whisk it all together as you add ingredients.
Stop whisking as much. Allow it to come to a slow boil. Watch it CLOSELY.
Allow it to boil for 5-7 minutes.
Make sure your heat is on low.
After 5-7 minutes, remove the entire pot from the heat.
Let the mixture cool.
Pour it into a pretty little storage bottle like mine.
1. Pour about 1-2 ounces (depends on your sweetness preference) into your mug before adding your beverage.
2. Mix and Enjoy!
That's it. And I only broke it down into all those steps so that it made perfect sense to everyone. But basically, throw it all in a pot and let it boil (on low) for 5-7 minutes. Easy Peasy!
Oh! And remember to savor the entire experience from making to smelling to drinking.