Sweeten up the holidays with Torani Flavored Syrups

Torani Sugar Free Flavored SyrupsWe all have a favorite holiday drink - Egg nog at a holiday party, hot cocoa on a cold winter's day, or warm apple cider. One of my family's Christmas traditions is to make a big batch of Tom & Jerry's at Grandma's house. Personally, my favorite winter drink is just plain coffee with Splenda and sugar free syrup, which is why I love (and am borderline addicted to) Torani Sugar Free Flavored Syrups.

Not only do the syrups add great flavor to black coffee, but there are so many ways I can use them in recipes and other types of drinks. I love the sugar free versions (made with Splenda) since I am avoiding sugar in my diet, but I have also tried the regular versions which would be great for adding flavor to confections recipes or milkshakes.

I recently received two Sugar Free Torani Syrups to try - Pumpkin Pie and Hazelnut. I love Hazelnut for my coffee - hands down it's my favorite Torani flavor. I had never tried the Pumpkin Pie syrup before so it was fun to get a new flavor for the holidays. It's great in coffee, but I also concocted a new way to use it, which I call the "Pumpkin Cream Pie" shake.

Torani Sugar Free Syrup drink recipe
It consists of two scoops of Visalus Vi-Shape nutritional shake mix (which has a sweet cream flavor), Unsweetend Almond Milk, a shot of Torani Sugar Free Pumpkin Pie syrup, some whipped topping and a dash of cinnamon. It's the perfect low-carb nutritional shake for my breakfast, and it tastes amazing! This would also taste great blended with ice.

There are lots of food and drink recipes on the Torani website where you can find inspiration on how to sweeten up your holidays with Torani Flavored Syrups. Plus use this special 10% off coupon to buy Torani for yourself or to give as gifts this Christmas.

But just remember - Torani syrups can be addicting! :)

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks & Torani. I received products free of charge  for the purpose of this post. All opinions are my own experiences with the product.



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