Review: Sweet Freedom’s Choc Shot and Fruit Syrup

We are always in search of ways to cut corners when it comes to calories and love to cook good food with maximum flavour whilst keeping it healthy. When Sweet Freedom sent us their range of products to try they looked like just the way to add flavour to our typical dishes without adding too many calories at the same time.

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Sweet Freedom’s Choc Shot range comes in three flavours – chocolate, orange spice and coconut. Each flavour only has 14 calories per teaspoon and is the perfect addition to pancakes or porridge. As it’s liquid it can be drizzled, spread or stirred to give as much flavour and coverage as you desire.

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Choc Shot also works well in drinks – added to hot or cold milk to make a low calorie milkshake or hot chocolate. It would also work well drizzled on ice cream!

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The Fruit Syrup works just the same as Choc Shot but is a mix of fruit flavours – apples, grapes and carob. It’s perfect for baking but can be used any time you want an extra burst of fruit flavour in the kitchen.

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Choc Shot and Fruit Syrup are great alternatives to honey and sugar and contains no additives or preservatives – just 100% natural fruit sweetness – with the addition of cocoa in the chocolate varieties.

We have loved having Sweet Freedom in our kitchen and have used it pretty much daily since it arrived. It’s an amazingly versatile product and one I am sure will be a constant feature in our kitchen going forward.

Choc Shot has an RRP of £3.50 each and Fruit Syrup has an RRP of £2.99

Disclosure: We were sent the above products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.

150 thoughts on “Review: Sweet Freedom’s Choc Shot and Fruit Syrup

  1. I’d love to try these Sweet Freedom syrups and sauces on waffles with banana and ice cream – but they have loads of possible uses in my kitchen – the whole family would love them x

  2. The fruit syrup is great in the kids porridge in the morning and the choc shot is great with some warm almond milk for bedtime … yummy!

  3. I quite like the idea of the choc shots for hot choc, they would get used an awful lot in my house, my son’s would even enjoy them! X

  4. I already have the choc orange one and occasionally i eat it off the spoon – ONLY when i’m having a bad day…. honest 😉

  5. I’d never thought of having them on pancakes before, so I’d like to try them like that – and three of us have pancakes for breakfast fairly often 🙂

  6. If Iused it, on porridge but would have to hide from my daughter or it would be all used up on her favourite desert, pancakes!!!

  7. Gosh everywhere I think my answer should be lol! Definitely in baking & pan cakes would taste amazing with them too.

  8. I would use it making deserts and hot choclate and the kids would use them in everything given the chance

  9. These are perfect for me as I am following Slimming World, and they are low syns. I would have them with fat free greek yoghurt, raspberries and meringue – a synful but allowed treat on my way to losing weight!

  10. I’m following slimming world and everyone in group talks about choc shot and use it for hot chocolate, to top fruit or slimming world pancakes. I’ve not managed to find any to buy yet but I’d love to try the range 🙂

  11. Ooh so many possibilities! I eat a lot of porridge so I’d love to try them on that, but I’d particularly love to try making hot chocolate with them 🙂

  12. First would be cheats’ Poires Belle Helene, for days when you don’t have time to peel and poach. I know it’s not quite the same, but still yummy. Tinned pears, fave vanilla yogurt, and chocolate sauce. Lots of trying to find the perfect milkshake too.

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