Sweetbird Syrup 1L Caramel

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Sweetbird Caramel Syrup

Caramel is a delectably rich, super sweet confection with a velvet-like texture. While it is a versatile product capable of elevating desserts and drinks to the next level, caramel does come with one caveat: it is tricky to make. That’s where Sweetbird Caramel Syrup comes in. Within an instant, this syrup can deliver the delicious flavour of caramel to lattes, ice creams, puddings and more. 

Along with being approved by the Vegan Society, Sweetbird syrups also have the advantage of being free from artificial flavours, gluten and GMO. 

The History 

Although commercialised caramel products can be traced back to America and Milton S. Hershey at the end of the 19th century, it’s fair to say Europe ran with the idea of manufacturing products with the sweet confection. As of today, the continent is home to a large number of caramel-flavoured treats which are enjoyed across the planet. 

One of the first caramel-flavoured products to be manufactured in Europe was Werther’s Original. Dating back to 1903, this candy was originally crafted in the German town of Werther – which explains the name. Yet while these sweet and buttery confections were loved in Germany over the years, it took until the 1990’s for the brand to shift its focus to an international market. The name went from ‘Werthers Echte’ to its current title, the packaging of the sweets changed, and there was a significant push with television commercials. The expansion worked. Enjoyed in over 100 countries, Werther’s Originals are now one of the world’s bestselling caramel sweets. 

In England, another product was created that had caramel as an integral component: Mars. This chocolate bar, memorable for its filling of nougat and caramel, was first developed in 1932 in Slough by Forrest Mars. Mars was modelled after the American version of Milky Way, a chocolate bar which had been invented a decade earlier by Forrest Mars’ father. As of today, Mars is one of the most popular chocolate bars not just in Britain, but also across the world. In fact, three million bars are made every single day to keep up with demand. However, this success hasn’t led to it forgetting its roots: Mars bars are still manufactured in Slough. 

For a candy bar which has a more prevalent caramel flavour, look no further than the aptly named Caramac. First introduced to the United Kingdom by Mackintosh’s in 1959, this caramel-flavoured bar is now produced by food and drink giants Nestlé. Also, no discussion about caramel-infused confectionary bars is complete without mentioning Cadbury’s Caramel. Launched in 1972, this chocolate bar has become a fabric of UK society. Of course, caramel isn’t only found in sweets and bars. Whether it’s ice cream, lattes or as part of a millionaire’s shortbread, caramel is one of the most widespread flavourings on the planet. 

 

Recipe Idea

Scottish Caramel Cranachan 

When seeking a twist on a trifle, this traditional Scottish dessert is up for the job. Light, refreshing and boozy, this cranachan brings together raspberries, oats, whisky and a caramel-flavoured whipped cream. It’s a perfect combination for an after dinner treat during the summer.

And to put the icing on the cake (pun intended), you’ll be able to wow your dinner guests, by telling them you made the whipped cream at home, with a whipped cream dispenser and Sweetbird Caramel Syrup!

What you will need: 

  • Light muscovado sugar (100g)

  • Jumbo oats (100g)

  • Butter (25g)

  • Sweetbird Caramel Syrup (100ml)

  • Whipped Cream Dispenser

  • Cream chargers

  • Fresh cream (400ml)

  • Whisky (75ml)

  • Fresh raspberries (450g)

- In a saucepan, pour in the muscovado sugar, oats and butter. Place the pan over a high heat and continuously stir the ingredients together for about five minutes. The aim is for the oats to become crunchy and toasted. When this has been achieved, remove from the heat and set the oats aside to cool. 

- With the help of a whipped cream dispenser, it’s time to prepare the caramel cream. Place the fresh cream and Sweetbird Caramel Syrup into the dispenser, close the lid securely, and screw in a whipped cream charger. Now give the dispenser an energetic shake for a number of seconds. This will produce a fluffy, caramel-infused whipped cream. Squirt this into a large bowl.

Note: Depending on the amount of whipped cream desired, it may be necessary to use multiple cream chargers/ more whipping cream. Add more syrup as required.

- In the bowl, add the whisky, two-thirds of the fresh raspberries, and two-thirds of the roasted oats. Mix all of the ingredients together until everything is well combined. Note: don’t be too vigorous with this step as you don’t want the raspberries to break up too much. They should remain as whole as possible. 

- With the mixture done and ready to serve, spoon into four suitable bowls. For that finishing touch, pour over the remaining oats. Also top with the last of the fresh raspberries. 


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Nutritional information
per 100ml
Energy per 100ml
358
Fat
0g
Saturated Fat
0g
Total Carbohydrates
89g
Of which sugars
89g
Protein
0g
Salt
0.03g
Values may vary from batch to catch due to variations which can occur in natural ingredients.

Ingredients: Sugar, Water, Natural Flavouring, Colour Plain Caramel, Acidity Regulator, Citric Acid

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