Monin Syrups???

Decorating By ckkerber Updated 10 Dec 2006 , 6:52pm by ckkerber

ckkerber Posted 10 Dec 2006 , 5:52am
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I picked up a couple of bottles of Monin syrups at Marshalls (read about finding it at Marshalls somewhere here on this site). How do I use them? Can I add them to buttercream for flavoring or would that mess with the consistency of the buttercream? If I can add it, how much would I add? The only tip I've read is that someone uses it as a simple syrup so if anyone can tell me how to use it for other applications (esp. the buttercream) I'd appreciate it!


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JanH Posted 10 Dec 2006 , 6:31am
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The Monin website gives recipes for beverages, flavored whipped cream, etc. but no actual recipes for baked goods:


I think these flavored syrups could be used for the same applications as the flavored liquid/powdered non-dairy creamers with the added plus of not being so heavily sweetened, i.e., everything from b/c to cake balls to simple syrups for flavoring cake layers.....


ckkerber Posted 10 Dec 2006 , 6:52pm
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Thanks JanH - once again, you're always there with an answer! We need to have an "Ask Jan" area on this site!

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