Freshly-ground, high-vanillin whole vanilla beans ground to a fine powder. This fragrant and rich vanilla bean powder can be used as a substitute for whole beans and extracts.
One-half teaspoon of pure ground vanilla bean powder is approximately equivalent to one teaspoon of pure vanilla extract.
Store in an airtight container, away from light and heat. Stored properly, pure ground vanilla beans will typically keep for at least a year.
Ground vanilla bean powder is a great way to add flavor to foods and beverages while avoiding alcohol or sugar. It’s just a straight-forward, flavorful powder that packs a punch!
Substitute ground vanilla bean powder for vanilla beans in ice cream, custards, sauces — both sweet and savory — and baked goods. To layer flavors, use a base of ground vanilla bean powder and add a splash of vanilla extract to round up vanilla notes.
Wondering how to use vanilla powder? Here are some vanilla powder recipes from our blog:
- The Vanilla Queen’s Apple Crisp
- Perfect Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
- Mashawa – A Simple, Delicious Afghani Soup
- Moroccan Lamb Tajine
- Apple Fritters
- Albacore Baked with Tomatoes and Beans and Garlic Caper Sauce
- Bake Sale Lemon Bars
- Spicy Watermelon
- Peach and Cherry Pie
- Savory Vegetable Galette
- Mushrooms Bourguignon
- Key Lime – Vanilla Pie
- Cream Puffs and Profiteroles
- Blackberry-Vanilla Pie
- Rock Star Maple-Vanilla Granola
- Rhubarb Pie
- Strawberry Rhubarb Fool With Vanilla Cream
- Cuban Chicken With Sofrito
- Wild Rice and Walnut Pancakes Fragranced with Vanilla
- Vanilla in Savory Foods — Really??
- Milks Alive – A Plant-Milk Lover’s Guide
- Pomegranate-Vanilla Molasses
- Pork Tenderloin with Apple Cider, Maple, Vanilla Glaze
- Vanilla Bean Buttermilk Panna Cotta