Skinny Mixes aren't only mixed into coffee and cocktails… did you know they can be mixed in with baking ingredients as well? Substitute for vanilla extract, add a little flavor, or even use it as a topping! There are so many different ways you can use Skinny Mixes in baking. Jordan decided to take a day to show off her favorite ways to bake!
Jordan and her daughters love to make cookies, but Jordan has had a tough time finding a tasty sugar free frosting. Because of that, Jordan took it to herself to make her own sugar free frosting. Just add 2 tablespoons of Skinny Syrup to a mixing bowl along with 1/2 cup of room temperature butter, 1 cup of swerve confectioners and 2 tablespoons milk of choice. Mix until creamy, and frost your cookies, muffins, cake, or whatever else you please!
Some Skinny Syrup Frosting Flavor suggestions:
- Skinny Pumpkin Cheesecake Syrup for frosting on Pumpkin Muffins
- Skinny Christmas Cookie Syrup for frosting on Gingerbread, Sugar Cookie or Snickerdoodle
- Skinny Strawberry Rose Syrup for frosting on Vanilla Cupcakes
Another simple way Jordan enjoys using Skinny Mixes is while baking pancakes, waffles, and french toast. Just add a little bit of your favorite syrup to your batter and mix well! A little flavor goes a long way... your friends and family will be impressed!
Some of our favorite syrups to add into pancakes, waffles, and french toast include...
- Skinny Cinnamon Dolce Syrup
- Skinny Vanilla Syrup
- Skinny Pumpkin Spice Syrup
Have you ever made protein bites? Skinny Syrups have the perfect amount of flavor to use in these delicious snacks. Add whole grain oats, almond butter and Skinny Syrup to a mixing bowl and mix until combined. Form the dough into bite sized balls and let harden. No cooking required!
Our favorite syrups to use in protein bites include…
- Skinny Banana Split Syrup
- Skinny Peanut Butter Cup Syrup
- Skinny Salted Caramel Syrup
Looking for more ways to use your syrup? Try mixing it into yogurt, oatmeal, pudding, popcorn, or even as a topping on ice cream! Enjoy!