Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Rose and Raspberry Syrup
Why buy bottled rose and raspberry syrup when you can make it at home in just a few minutes with the Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Rose and Raspberry Syrup? With the help of a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser, you can infuse syrups with natural fruits and herbs. The rose and raspberry syrup made by this magic trick is a delicious drink with a fruity floral flavor. With only three basic ingredients, you can make use of raspberries that are abundantly available in summers. Unlike the other recipes which tell you about cooking raspberries, this homemade syrup does not require any cooking. Just combine the ingredients, pour in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser and refrigerate. You can drink it on its own by just pouring it in ice-filled glasses to beat the scorching heat of summers. It also works wonders in several drinks such as cocktails, soda, and flavored iced tea. It also goes well in several cakes, desserts, porridges, creams and even salads.
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- Sugar syrup – 1.6 cups
- Raspberries – 1 cup
- Rose – 5 – organic and fragrant
- Put all the ingredients in a 0.5 liter Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
- Screw on a rapid infusion set and 1 Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger.
- Keep aside for at least 30 minutes. You can keep more if you prefer a more intense flavor.
- Release the lever, unscrew the head and pour the syrup into the glasses.
How to choose raspberries for this syrup?
Choose raspberries that are fresh and firm, preferably from an organic source.
How can you use this syrup?
The syrup is an extremely refreshing and nutritious drink on its own. You can serve it mixed in chilled water and ice cubes.
Children love this sweet, fruity drink. It helps replenish their energy and keep them energized on hot summer days.
- Drizzle it on pancakes and waffles and serve it to children in breakfast; they will love it.
- Mix with other syrups or juices to create new tastes.
- Sprinkle the syrup over a bowl of oats, yoghurt and dry fruits for a healthy breakfast treat.
- Serve it with vanilla ice cream.
- Use the raspberry and rose syrup to flavor your soda, iced tea and cocktails.
- Use cakes and desserts to give them a delicious flavor.
How can I make a healthier version of this recipe?
If you are health conscious and avoid flavored white sugar, GM high fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners, you can use all-natural stevia. In this way, it will become suitable for people with diabetes and those on a keto diet.
If you don’t have diabetes or on a keto diet, you can also replace refined sugar with honey syrup, brown sugar, maple or turbinado sugar.
Is homemade rose and raspberry syrup better than the bottled one?
The best thing about the homemade version of raspberry and rose syrup is that it does not contain artificial food dyes linked to cancers and ADHD. Another part we like about making raspberry syrup at home is choosing the finest quality fresh raspberries for making the syrup. When you make the syrup at home, it contains the most nutrients. It is free from preservatives and other additives.
How to preserve the homemade raspberry syrup?
There are lots and lots of raspberries available in the summers. The idea of preserving them for the whole year tempts most of us when they are available in a discount sale.
For preserving this easy raspberry and rose syrup, pour it in a clean, sterilized bottle directly from Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
You can refrigerate for fifteen days, as it is based on syrup and sugar prevents microbial growth; it won’t spoil quickly. You can freeze these bottles for even months if you intend to keep them for a long period.
How to choose roses for the recipe?
Though fresh can also go in this recipe, dried rose petals and buds are a better choice. They are easily digested and do not cause bloating or any other issue. You can also choose the ones that are used for rose tea.