A vanilla flavored powder that is made by grinding dried vanilla beans into a fine textured powder. When heat is applied to the ingredients, Vanilla Powder holds its flavor better than a vanilla extract, making it best suited for flavorings used for foods that are heated in some manner, such as baked goods or tea and coffee.
A custard type sauce made from a basic mixture of cream or milk, eggs, sugar and vanilla flavoring. Some recipes may call for other ingredients, such as butter or a thickening agent such as flour or cornstarch.
Sugar that has been flavored by dried vanilla beans. It is made by placing a pound of sugar and two vanilla beans in an airtight container for approximately a week, shaking the jar slightly once a day to distribute flavor throughout the sugar.