Saffron, oranges and cream are a timeless mix of culinary flavor often used for ice creams and gelato in parts of the world. For this recipe we gave it a little twist with the beloved creme burlee. Try for yourself and enjoy the silky smooth custard base that is infused with orange and saffron.
This spiked hot chocolate with ground vanilla beans is comforting and delicious. The recipe calls for unsweetened chocolate and is sweetened with pure maple syrup instead of processed sugars or artificial sweeteners, so you won't feel guilty for warming up with a mug of hot cocoa.
Whiskey, chocolate, cream, sugar, Ugandan vanilla beans, and Ceylon Cinnamon team up for flavor-spiked treat to enjoy year-round.
Madagascar Vanilla Beans and butternut squash provide the perfect backdrop for this wonderfully tasty, addictive and fall inspired treat. Eating your vegetables never taste so darn good.
This rustic dessert combines some of our favorite spices with fresh apples and a sweet, salty, and nutty topping. Use apples, plums, pears, or any combination of seasonal fruit. It's so easy and beyond delicious!
Peaches and cream are great on their own; add vanilla bean, cinnamon, and rum, and it transforms into something spectacular. The preparation is effortless and, with the fantastic combination of sweet, tart, and savory—it will soon become your go-to dessert.
A tasteful recipe of the classic French Pate a Choux, dreamy cream puffs filled with a Madagascar vanilla bean and cinnamon chantilly
Fresh Berries with Cinnamon, Clove, and Cardamom Spiced Balsamic is summer salad at its finest. The sweetness from the fresh summer berries is enhanced with a trio of spices and the tart acidity from a reduced balsamic.
An easy, homemade vanilla bean ice cream with a hint of bourbon and a butterscotch swirl. You don't even need an ice cream maker for this simple recipe!
Coconut milk and Madagascar vanilla bean panna cotta, a mindful approach to this classic Italian custard, replacing the traditional cream and refined sugars with paleo alternatives.