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Vanilla Bean Powder

Vanilla Bean Powder is created from whole vanilla beans that have been ground into a fine powder. The pod and seeds themselves have both been ground, ensuring maximum use of the flavor of the pod.

  • Fine brown/black powder

  • Made from whole vanilla pods

  • Highly scented with a complex floral aroma

  • Can be used in baked goods, sauces, ice creams, beverages and more

  • Price: $227.75
    $14.23 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Imparts smooth, rich vanilla flavor to chocolate, coffee, ice cream, cakes, cookies, fruit desserts, pastries, beverages and most sweet dishes

  • Blend with sugar to make vanilla sugar

  • Use in spice rubs to bring out complex savory flavors

  • Stir into melted butter for a sophisticated dipping sauce for lobster, crab or shrimp

  • Use in small quantities to flavor savory dishes featuring ingredients such as parsnip, sweet potatoes, rosemary, peppercorn, lamb, lobster, veal, shrimp or pork

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. Add to taste.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a cool, dry place.


    Dried, ground vanilla beans.

    Vanilla Bean Powder comes from entire ground vanilla beans.

    Vanilla beans are the soft, resinous, richly flavorful black seed pods of the Vanilla orchid, a hybrid species of climbing orchid that has its origins in two species from the tropical rainforests of Central America. When Spanish explorers arrived in Central America, the Mayans were already using vanilla as a flavoring agent for their royal chocolate drinks. Through Spanish trading ships, these beans eventually found their way to several other tropical regions, including Papua New Guinea and French Polynesia.

    All vanilla beans are green when harvested and become black during their lengthy fermentation process. However, they remain soft and flexible and the seeds inside the pods are covered in a slightly sticky, resinous substance. To extract the seeds, the pods must first be split open and then scraped.

    The second most expensive spice in the world after saffron, vanilla is prized in both the culinary and perfuming industries for its rich, mouthwatering fragrance.

    Vanilla Bean Powder is a floral-tasting, all-natural powdered flavoring agent, used primarily in baking, pastry and beverage applications to impart pure, unadulterated vanilla flavor and aroma to cakes, custards, sauces and beverages. In small amounts it also marries well with savory ingredients such as lobster, pork, duck and foie gras.

    Classic recipe

    Vanilla Bean Cheesecake

    Our Vanilla Caviar is the ultimate vanilla indulgence, and it takes center stage in this take on classic creamy cheesecake, complete with a graham cracker crust and a dash of lemon zest.