Sugar free syrups

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Sugar free syrups come in a variety of brands - Torani, DaVinci, Monin, Starbuck's. I prefer Torani and Starbuck's. They seem to have less of an after taste - it's a personal preference. DaVinci does have some interesting flavor choices (like Toasted Marshmallow and Cookie Dough too) but they are harder to find in my area. Most are sweetened with Splenda. So a ton of flavor for 0 calories or carbs. Can't beat that!

Where do I buy them? Locally I've bought them at the supermarket (coffee aisle), Cost Plus World Market, BevMo Beverages & More, Smart & Final, random bottles at TJ Maxx, online you can buy them through

How do I use them? I add my syrups to protein shakes, desserts, Protein Ice Cream, Fage yogurt, ricotta cheese, SF cocoa, cream cheese, iced tea, lemonade, steamed "milk" (I'm a soy girl but you could use the real stuff), protein balls, oatmeal, and of course in coffee and coffee drinks.

Click on the links above and below to see some recipes I make using SF syrups.

Sugar Free Torani flavors

SF Almond
SF Almond Roca
SF Black Cherry
SF Belguim Cookie
SF Blue Raspberry
SF Brown Sugar Cinnamon
SF Classic Caramel
SF Caramel
SF Chocolate
SF Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
SF Chocolate Macadamia Nut
SF Cinnamon Vanilla
SF Coconut
SF English Toffee
SF French Vanilla
SF Gingerbread
SF Classic Hazelnut
SF Hazelnut
SF Irish Cream
SF Lemon
SF Lime
SF Mango
SF Orange
SF Peach
SF Peanut Butter
SF Peppermint
SF Pineapple
SF Pumpkin Pie
SF Raspberry
SF Red Raspberry
SF Salted Caramel
SF S'mores
SF Strawberry
SF Vanilla
SF Vanilla Bean
SF Watermelon
SF White Chocolate

Sugar Free Starbucks flavors

Cinnamon Dolce
Caramel (Discontinued 2015, this was a lame move Starbucks)
Hazelnut (Discontinued 2015)
Mocha (Seasonal)
Peppermint (Seasonal)

At Starbuck's just ask at the counter they don't usually have the bottles out for sale but they do sell them if they aren't running low.