This slow-cooked plum butter is infused with Ceylon cinnamon and vanilla bean for an extraordinary flavor explosion. It's so simple to make and is the perfect accompaniment to toast, ice cream, or hot cereal!
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.
This Vanilla Bean and White Peach Sparkling Wine Cocktail with flecks of Edible Gold not only looks stunning, but it is also absolutely delicious—perfectly fruity and fragrant without being overwhelmingly acidic or sweet. It's an excellent substitute for that brunch mimosa.
This Vanilla Bean Paste recipe uses vegetable glycerine instead of sugary syrup. It's great for sugar-free diets. It is subtle, soothing, and overall delightful in just about anything. It is more economical than vanilla beans but still contains those lovely black specks of vanilla seeds missing from vanilla extract.
Vanilla extract is a wonderful ingredient to have on hand when you want to infuse vanilla flavor into a recipe and don't have fresh beans on hand. It's important to know what the ingredients of vanilla extract are to tell the real thing from an imposter or make your own, homemade vanilla extract.