Ingredients1 h servings 306
- Place strawberries into a heavy saucepan, add water, and bring to a boil. Stir, reduce heat to low, and simmer until strawberries soften, about 15 minutes.
- Strain juice into a separate saucepan, using a fine mesh strainer; discard strawberry pulp. Stir in sugar until dissolves. Bring strawberry juice back to a boil a second time.
- Reduce heat to medium and simmer for 5 minutes. Skim any foam from the top of the syrup. Turn off heat and let cool to room temperature.
- Pour syrup into a lidded container and refrigerate.
Per Serving: 306 calories; 0.5 78.3 1 0 5 Full nutrition
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Me and the Wife love it! We also like to make Sekanjabin as well! Both are REEEEALLLLYYYY good! . . One suggestion though... instead of tossing out that LOVELY strawberry mash after you strai...
Simply awesome. .. I used Splenda. ... so I didn't reheat the second time. ... Splenda dissolves without the need to reheat.... and slipped up and forgot to cut them into smaller pieces. .... st...
Very yummy! I became addicted to McDonalds strawberry iced tea,but it was getting to be an expensive habit. I decided to find a recipe for strawberry syrup to make my own tea and this one fit th...
Made this for our sodastream. Love it, instead of sugar I used a no calorie sweetener. :)
We made this recipe and absolutely love it. We used it for Summer lemonade. We used it in the fall over ice-cream. At Christmas, we made everything we could think of strawberry. It was grea...
This recipe worked perfectly. I wanted a unique drink for a summer tea party, and it had to be pink! I added this to 2 L of club soda and made the best strawberry soda anyone had ever had!
Ok I tried this & it is so refreshing, I like the fact that there is no preservatives & I control what I put into it. Love it!!