Long ago, in the sun-drenched fields of Madagascar, there thrived a lush paradise where vanilla orchids flourished under the warm tropical sun. It was in this enchanting landscape that the ancient Malagasy people first discovered the sweet, intoxicating aroma of the vanilla bean—a treasure that would soon captivate the taste buds of people around the world.
Legend has it that centuries ago, a curious traveler stumbled upon the vanilla orchids while exploring the verdant forests of Madagascar. Mesmerized by the delicate fragrance and rich flavor of the vanilla bean, the traveler returned home with a handful of precious pods, eager to share their discovery with the world.
As word of the exotic spice spread across continents, chefs and cooks alike sought to incorporate vanilla into their culinary creations. But it wasn’t until a brilliant inventor named Pierre stumbled upon the idea of transforming the vanilla bean into a luscious syrup that the true magic of vanilla was unlocked.
Using a simple blend of Swerve sweetener, water, and plump vanilla beans, Pierre crafted a velvety-smooth syrup that captured the essence of Madagascar’s finest vanilla. With each sip, the syrup imparted a delicate sweetness and fragrant aroma, elevating desserts and beverages to new heights of indulgence.
As Pierre’s Vanilla Simple Syrup gained popularity, it became a beloved staple in kitchens around the world, cherished for its versatility and unmatched flavor. From decadent desserts to refreshing beverages, the syrup added a touch of luxury to every dish it touched.
Today, the tradition of Pierre’s Vanilla Simple Syrup lives on, celebrated by chefs and home cooks alike as a testament to the enduring allure of vanilla. And as each bottle of syrup finds its way into the hands of eager cooks, they can’t help but marvel at the rich history and timeless elegance that infuse every drop.
Completely Keto Vanilla Simple Syrup
- 2 cup swerve
- 2 cup water
- 2 vanilla bean halved
Mix the water and swerve in a pan on high and stir. Bring to a boil for 60 seconds until swerve dissolves. Leave syrup in pan for 10 minutes.
Pour syrup over the beans in a hot proof container and refrigerate.