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    Korie Shokmalli
    Wonderful Vanilla Powder

    I feel like I’m splurging when I use this n my Yerba Maté in the mornings. It’s great in baked goods and makes a special hostess gift.

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    Trish L.
    Amazing vanilla!

    I love this vanilla powder! It makes all of my recipes taste delicious and I have peace of mind knowing there’s no added alcohol or other additives. Grateful for this company.

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    Amazon Customer

    Loved the flavor, the vanilla was a delicious bold taste. I like a stronger taste of vanilla and this provided it

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    Lark

    I use the powdered vanilla because its strength is great in smoothies, fresh apple salads and shortbread. It's a flavorful alternative for use by those avoiding alcohol.

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    JR
    Great for homemade ice cream

    I make homemade ice cream once a week and use this vanilla powder for an amazing vanilla bean flavor. Love this stuff!

    The Second Most Expensive Spice On Earth

    Vanilla is one of the most labor-intensive ingredients on earth. And it is still in great demand since there is a limited availability these days with crop shortages.

    Vanilla beans are the seeds of a type of orchid. From growing and harvesting, to soaking and drying, the whole process to produce vanilla as a usable ingredient takes months.

    A Nutritious Superfood

    Our Wild Vanilla Powder is Non-GMO and full of healthy nutrients.

    Thanks to antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals - like calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, and iron - the nutrients found in vanilla help in reducing inflammation, regulating metabolism and aiding proper nervous system function.

    A Functional Food

    Wild Vanilla Powder can be used as a healthy replacement for vanilla extract.

    It is a fantastic addition in so many recipes - everything from shakes and smoothies to coffee and hot chocolate.

    Wild Vanilla FAQ

    What is vanilla powder used for?

    Ground vanilla is essentially dried, processed whole vanilla beans into a powder. This ingredient has many uses, notably adding to desserts, smoothies, coffee, and baked goods.

    What are the ingredients in Vanilla Powder?

    Nothing but 100% whole ground vanilla beans!

    How was this extracted? What chemicals are used in the extraction process?

    No chemicals. Just air dried and stone ground.

    Is this product tested for heavy metals? How do I know it's safe?

    Yes! Every batch must pass COA testing to ensure safety for microbial and heavy metal content.

    Is this product vegan-friendly?

    Yessss

    What type of vanilla beans are used?

    Grade A vanilla beans

    How much vanilla powder do I use for recipes?

    We recommend about 1/2 TSP per 1 TSP of vanilla extract called for in a recipe. Of course, you should experiment and always err on the side of using less as this is a very potent product and a little goes a long way!

    Is vanilla powder the same as natural vanilla extract?

    Pure vanilla powder is made from vanilla beans and has a much stronger vanilla flavor than other powders or extracts. It can used to sweeten goods as well as baking recipes.

    Vanilla extract is an alcohol based flavor made from vanilla and alcohol.

    Can you use vanilla powder in coffee?

    Absoultely. It's excellent in coffee.

    Does vanilla powder contain alcohol?

    No. Vanilla powder is ground whole vanilla beans and nothing else.

    Is this similar to vanilla bean paste or different?

    Vanilla powder is whole vanilla beans dried and ground into a fine powder. You get the entire vanilla bean and all it's glorious nutrition. Vanilla bena pase, on the other hand, has a thick consistency and often includes only specks of vanilla bean seeds.

    All About Vanilla Bean Powder

    Vanilla is one of the most universally loved flavors, yet it's the source and how it's made remains a mystery for most. There's a long path from plant to vanilla ice cream, something most people don't apprecdiate.

    Vanilla is one of the most expensive spices in the world; its pods are laborious to harvest, after all. If you've ever wondered how this humble spice can be so magical and costly at once, the answer lies within that unassuming pod of Vanilla planifolia. In addition to being delicious, vanilla beans are filled with tiny black seeds known as vanilla bean powder or extract.

    Though this may seem like just an alternative version of vanilla-flavored stuff, these black gems pack a lot more punch than their mild scent might suggest. They add an intense depth to baked goods and other dishes and impressively versatile functionality in your home kitchen.

    What is Vanilla Bean Powder?

    First, let's clear up a super significant difference. Vanilla powder is not the same thing as vanilla bean extract, despite their similar names.

    Vanilla extract is made by steeping vanilla beans in a solution of alcohol (usually grain alcohol) for an extended period. This process extracts the flavor from the bean and leaves the seeds behind.

    On the other hand, vanilla powder is made from the whole vanilla beans themselves ground into a fine powder. While the pods are often used in cooking and baking, vanilla bean powder is incredibly versatile and far cheaper than buying whole vanilla beans. It's a great way to save money without sacrificing flavor. Some would even say that vanilla bean powder is better than vanilla extract.

    Why Use Vanilla Bean Powder?

    There are other great reasons to use vanilla bean powder instead of vanilla extract.

    Vanilla bean powder is more versatile than vanilla extract; it can be used in savory and sweet dishes. Vanilla extract, on the other hand, is almost always used in sweet baked goods.

    Vanilla bean powder can be used in savory dishes, such as stews, curries, and marinades.

    A little bit of vanilla bean powder goes a long way and can last long in your pantry.

    Vanilla bean powder has a more robust flavor than vanilla extract.

    You'll need less vanilla bean powder than vanilla extract to get the same level of flavor. This means that vanilla bean powder has a much more intense and lasting flavor than vanilla extract.

    Wild Vanilla

    The vanilla beans used in our Premium Wild Vanilla Bean Powder are thoroughly processed and dried before being further dried, giving them 7-10% moisture, which lends itself to grinding beans to powder. Ground vanilla beans are products made by further drying the vanilla beans down to a medium 4 percent moisture content for the vanilla beans and crushed beans to grind into a powder and pulverize.

    You can use powdered vanilla beans instead of vanilla extract, or substitute it, depending on what flavor profile you want. Vanilla is also used medicinally, both for flavoring purposes and for appetite enhancement.

    Vanilla bean powder can add deep flavors and visual appeal to ice cream, baked goods, custards, and more. Because the vanilla powder is more concentrated, 1/2 tsp vanilla powder can substitute for 1 tsp vanilla extract.

    If you do not wish to use vanilla extract, try vanilla powder instead. Here's how: simply use half of the amount of vanilla extract required.

    Notice to California residents: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov