In this article, I would like to share with you 14 of the Tastiest Snow Cone Syrup Recipes.
Let’s jump into it.
1- Natural Pineapple Snow Cone Syrup Recipe
If you are looking for a natural and tasty recipe then these three syrups are for you. You can check out how it’s done in the video above.
- 1 Cup of Chopped Up Pineapple (5 oz or 150g)
- 3 Tablespoons of White Sugar
- Firstly, add your sugar and chopped up pineapples to a pan
- Turn the heat to medium-high
- Next, use a spoon to mash the pineapple up into the sugar
- Let it simmer for 3-4 minutes
- Now turn off the heat.
- You can then place the sauce into either your blender or your food processor to be blended up
- Finally, allow the pineapple syrup to cool down completely, and then you can pour on top of your shaved ice.
- I have a video above to show you how it is done.
2- Natural Raspberry Snow Cone Syrup
- 1 cup of raspberry either fresh or frozen
- 3 tablespoons of white sugar
- Place your raspberry and sugar into a pan and turn your heat to medium high
- and let it simmer for 3 minutes whilst continuously mashing the berries up with a spoon.
- then place the sauce into your blender or food processor to be blended up
- Next, allow the sauce to cool completely
- and then pass your syrup through a sieve or fine mesh to remove all the seeds
- Finally, you can proceed to serve with your ice.
- If your syrup is too thick you can always add some water to make it more smooth.
3- Natural BlueBerry Snow Cone Syrup
- 1 cup of blueberries
- 3 tablespoons of sugar
- Mix the blueberries and your sugar into a pot
- And leave it to simmer for 3 minutes whilst mashing it up using a spoon
- Next, place your sauce into a blender or food processor to blending up
- Finally, allow the syrup to cool and filter it through a sieve or fine mesh to remove all the seeds from the blueberry
- Once cooled and all the seeds are removed serve on top of your shaved ice.
Note on these 3 recipes
- If these syrups are too thick you can add water to make it more syrup like
- also, you can adjust the amount of sugar to control the level of sweetness.
- These recipes were inspired by the video below all credits to her.
4- Kool-Aid Snow Cone Syrup Recipe
Using Kool-Aid to make Snow Cone Syrup is probably the easiest and most popular method around, but there is an art in how you make it.
- 1 cup of white sugar
- 1 cup of water
- 1 packet of Kool-Aid unsweetened Mix
- Add 1 cup of sugar and 1 cup of water to a pot and bring it to a boil
- let it boil for 1 minute,
- this is important, let it only boil for one minute if not your syrup will be too thick
- after that one minute of boiling proceed to add and mix the packet of the flavor of Kool-Aid of your choice
- Let it cool completely before serving with your ice.
- I found a short video on how to make the Kool-Aid syrup you can check it out down below
- In this video, he says to boil the syrup for two minutes though I have found that the syrup is too thick after two minutes
- so I advise to only boil it for one minute.
5- Watermelon Snow Cone Syrup
- 3-4 cups of watermelon
- 1 tablespoon of sugar (Optional)
- place pieces of watermelon into your blender with a small amount of water around 1/5 of a cup and then blend it up
- You can add sugar before you blend it up if you want your syrup to be extra sweet.
- Remember fruits already have natural sugar so you dont need to overdo it with the sugar
- Next, strain your watermelon syrup through a sieve or strainer to get rid of seeds
- Finally, pour your watermelon syrup onto your ice.
- You can see how it is done in the video below all credits for this recipe goes to her.
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