My Name Is Snickerdoodle: Tiger's Blood Sno Cone Syrup

8.04.2014

Tiger's Blood Sno Cone Syrup

Ever since I can remember, my sno cone flavor of choice has always been Tiger's Blood.  Like, always.  Growing up in Small Town, Wyoming, my friends and I would walk to the local grocery store where there was one tiny sno cone stand with maybe 12 flavors to pick from.  Tiger's Blood was the most exotic one so maybe I was dared to try it or maybe I had tried every flavor and just really liked this one.  I truly don't remember, but I do try to convert those who never have tried it before.  Have you ever had it before?  If not, seriously give it a try!  Earlier in the summer when I made these homemade sno cone syrups, I knew I had to try to create the best Tiger's Blood possible.  It took me a few tries, but I finally did it.  I couldn't be more thrilled to share it with you, too!   
Tiger's Blood Sno Cone Syrup | mynameissnickerdoodle.com


Tiger's Blood Sno Cone Syrup | mynameissnickerdoodle.com
Tiger's Blood Sno Cone Syrup | mynameissnickerdoodle.com

Tiger's Blood Sno Cone Syrup
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Makes 2 cups of syrup

1/2 tsp watermelon Koolaid mix
1/2 tsp strawberry Koolaid mix
1/8 tsp coconut extract
1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
1 1/2 cups water

Place all ingredients in a medium sauce pan.  Stir to combine.  Bring to a boil and boil for 30 seconds.  Take off heat and let cool for 10 minutes.  Transfer to an airtight container or liquid squeeze bottle and chill for 1 hour.  Serve.  Keep refrigerated.

This recipe is linked up at - Weekend Re-Treat,
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5 comments:

  1. Comment didn't work the first time.. I think.. But I'm wondering where you got these great squeeeze bottles you keep the sno cone syrup in. I can't wait to try this !!

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    1. I purchased them at Walmart in their kitchen gadget isle. I think they were $.97.

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  2. Back into my days as teenager just in love with the Tigers Blood flavor from a small keosk in the mall, it recently resurfaced as my favorite flavor that I want to make into an e-liquid that I can vape, (quit smoking cigarettes 3 years ago and started vaping it instead). I have been trying to find that "tigers blood snow cone" flavor ever since. Now after trying literally 15 to 20 "tigers blood" flavors, all from 15 to 20 different online stores that sell that flavor, I am now with the supplies to make my own, and will be starting with 3 flavors,-strawberry, coconut, and watermellon) - there are many blogs/sights dedicated to DIY E JUICE and so many forums just on tigers blood and the flavors to "re-make" that so cone original. Everyone has there own opinion and I'm going to have to do the same thing, but the majority is around ( 10%strawberry 8%coconut 2%watermelon ) wish me luck :)

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  3. Back into my days as teenager just in love with the Tigers Blood flavor from a small keosk in the mall, it recently resurfaced as my favorite flavor that I want to make into an e-liquid that I can vape, (quit smoking cigarettes 3 years ago and started vaping it instead). I have been trying to find that "tigers blood snow cone" flavor ever since. Now after trying literally 15 to 20 "tigers blood" flavors, all from 15 to 20 different online stores that sell that flavor, I am now with the supplies to make my own, and will be starting with 3 flavors,-strawberry, coconut, and watermellon) - there are many blogs/sights dedicated to DIY E JUICE and so many forums just on tigers blood and the flavors to "re-make" that so cone original. Everyone has there own opinion and I'm going to have to do the same thing, but the majority is around ( 10%strawberry 8%coconut 2%watermelon ) wish me luck :)

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  4. Tiger's blood is mostly strawberry, a little watermelon and coconut. Like 60/20/20 to 70/15/15.

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