Heads up: Sugar Free Belgian Cookie Torani Syrup

Belgian Cookies (aka Speculoos cookies) are a type of spiced shortcrust cookie traditionally eaten during St Nicholas' feast in the Netherlands. Torani's awesome mad scientists have developed a Sugar Free Syrup that tastes just like those cookies... just for meeeeee! OK not really for me but I am really jazzed about it.

I've already flavored my coffee, Sugar Free Cocoa, made No Sugar Added Homemade Whipped Cream and this Protein Shake.

Shelly's Sugar-Free Belgian Cookie Protein Shake

8 oz. any Milk
2 Tablespoons Torani Sugar-Free Belgian Cookie Syrup
1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder
a few ice cubes

Whiz on high in the blender. Optional: top with No Sugar Added Homemade Belgian Cookie Whipped Cream. 

Shelly's No Sugar Added Homemade Belgian Cookie Whipped Cream 

1 cup Whipping Cream
1 Tablespoon Sugar-Free Belgian Cookie Torani Syrup (any flavor works BTW)

Whisk till well combined. Fill whipping cream to the fill line of the whipper. Screw on the top. Insert the CO2 cartridge till it empties, unscrew that. Put the nozzle on, shake a few times and squirt away. It makes a ton, store it in the fridge for up to 10 days just give it another few shakes before squirting. Soooo good.

I'm so excited about this new Sugar-Free Belgian Cookie flavor. If it wasn't so darn chilly today I'd churn a batch of protein ice cream with it. I'm going to mix it in some Greek yogurt tonight and dip some apple slices in it. FYI: I spotted it on the shelves at my World Market but if you don't have one of those stores near you I'm sure it will start being more readily available soon.


.....Freelance Creative at CPDW said...

Not available on Amazon yet and not listed on the Torani site surprisingly. What a find!

Anonymous said...

I am on full liquod phase but sf syrup in greek yogurt is my favorite.

Sherell said...

Where can we buy it?

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Sherell, Right now Cost Plus World Market because it's BRAND SPANKING NEW but it'll be more widely available soon I'm sure.

Nicole said...

I saw it at World Market a week or two ago. I was so tempted to buy it, but it's one more thing to bring in the move at this point. I LOVE Belgian Cookies. Can't wait to try the syrup.