Celebrating the holiday season with family and friends is the perfect excuse for customers to indulge in little luxuries. So many people look forward to each year when the cool weather arrives and the leaves drop from the trees, when the infamous red cups are released and hot chocolates are out in force.
Turning typically sugar-laden drinks into lighter versions isn’t always easy but we’ve gathered up 5 of our fantastic sugar-free recipes for the occasion using our sugar-free coffee syrups.
These sugar-free holiday drink recipes have a flavour for everyone. Featuring Caramel, Gingerbread, Hazelnut and more from the Sweetbird Sugar-Free collection.
Skinny Gingerbread Latte
A classic holiday coffee offering that delivers all the best bits of the season in one cup.
Try making this with non-dairy milk alternatives for a vegan version! We love oat milk for our lattes.
Salted Caramel Latte
Salted Caramel has been a firm customer favourite for years, playing on the sweet and salty it pairs perfectly with chocolate and coffee.
Bakewell Tart Iced Latte
Cold coffees aren’t showing any signs of letting up as we move into winter, so this bakery inspired treat is perfect as a seasonal special.
Skinny Nut Latte
Another classic latte using a classic Hazelnut syrup.
Sugar-free Caramel Iced Latte
Inspired by decadent sweets of the season but make it iced!
Keep in mind when making any of these drinks that in order for your drink to be 100% sugar-free you need to make sure that every ingredient you are using is free from sugars. It is important to note that steamed milk does contain natural sugars.
Sweetbird Sugar-free syrups are deliciously sweet so you can give customers all the taste and sweetness they crave, without the sugar.
Made using a combination of natural sweeteners these syrups have a longer lasting, more natural sweetness which makes your drinks even more enjoyable.
Available in eight classic flavours, from rich caramel to spiced gingerbread, we’ve broadened the appeal so you can offer more choice to more customers, whether they’re watching what they eat or counting the calories.