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Nature’s Flavors' Cotton Candy Syrup is made with only the highest quality ingredients. We have been making syrups for over twenty five years!
Cotton Candy Syrup can be used in so many ways. One of its most popular uses is in coffee as a flavor and sweetener. In an 8 ounce cup of coffee, add 1 to 2 teaspoons of syrup (depending on your sweetness preference). If you have a way to make homemade ice cream, then Natures Flavors Cotton Candy Syrup will make the greatest Cotton Candy flavored ice cream you have ever tasted.
Nature's Flavors' Cotton Candy Syrup is a great way to bring the whimsical taste of Cotton Candy flavor to shaved ice, baked goods, cold recipes and beverage mixes. Nature's Flavors' Cotton Candy Syrup is excellent for baking because it is very heat stable and will bake well without a significant flavor loss. It is excellent in cookies, cakes and icings. In addition to baking, our Cotton Candy Syrup can be used in Italian sodas, snow cones, shaved ice, smoothies, pancakes, waffles, milk shakes, sherbets, frozen yogurt and icings.
Cotton candy-- where memories are spun on a cone! Contrary to popular belief, Cotton Candy did not originate in America, It actually originated in the city of Yazd, in central Iran. During the 15th century, Cotton Candy became popular in Italy. Over time, it became entwined with the cultures that embraced it as the manufacturing process evolved and allowed it to be mass-produced. Cotton Candy has been called different names throughout the world. In Europe, it is known as Candee Floss or Candy Floss. In America, it used to be referred to as spun sugar, until the 1920's when Cotton Candy became the name it goes by today. It is widely said the process of making Cotton Candy was invented by four men. In actuality, what they invented were processes and machines for making the fun treat. Josef Delarose Lascaux, John C. Wharton, Thomas Patton, and William Morrison were all instrumental in commercializing multi-colored Cotton Candy. In 1899, Morrison and Wharton were able to patent the first electric cotton candy machine, which utilized centrifugal force to spin and melt sugar through small holes. In 1904, they introduced it to the St. Louis World Fair where it was a huge success. The inventors brought in around $17,000...a lot of money then, and now! Patton obtained a patent for his invention in 1900, and introduced his version to the Ringley Bros. Circus. It turned out to be a great business decision. And finally, Dentist Josef Lascaux, although never receiving a patent, introduced the popular treat in his dental office. In the 18th and 19th centuries, cotton candy had a huge sweep of popularity in Europe. Confectioners were pressed to create special spun sugar Easter eggs that were purchased just about as soon as they were produced.
Cotton Candy Syrup is ideal for recreating the sweets that you enjoyed so much in childhood. It tastes great mixed in lemonades, agua fresca-style flavoured waters, or even in a cup of herbal tea! You could also mix it with simple still water then freeze it to make slushies. In-between your refined tastes and your kiddie sweet tooth, you can find that Italian latte and Earl Grey tea sweetened with Cotton Candy Syrup are quite delightful; and since you're indulging- why not go all out and flavour your next coffee with a nice Cotton Candy Syrup? Another great use for Cotton Candy Syrup is as a dessert flavouring: it works great as an ice cream or milkshake topping, or you can use it simply to sweeten a delicious fruit salad. Its intensely sweet flavour compliments tart fruits with a nice, distinguished taste-- it goes well with apples, strawberries and citrus fruits such as grapefruit or pomello. It is also quite delicious on rhubarb tarts; and those of you fond of Japanese cuisine should definitely try Cotton Candy Syrup on a mochi rice cake. Drizzle it generously on any dessert and you will love it no matter your age!
If concerned mothers and fathers could have one single wish, making healthy food like milk and fresh fruits taste as good to their children as cotton candy should rank quite high. Our Cotton Candy Syrup might be able to help with just that. Our fairy godmother reccomends drizzling just a few drops on your kid's glass of milk, wholegrain cereals or by serving it on top of fresh fruits, for a magic dessert that he or she would simply adore, with much less calories than supermarket-purchased sweets and only natural ingredients. Besides, it is a great way to power up and give yourself a little energising treat.
Nature's Flavors' Cotton Candy Syrup is a product that is kosher, gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO.
|Ingredient Statement||Natural Syrups Contain: Water, Cane Sugar, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, and Natural Colors|