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    Default Vanilla- I have too Much... what to do with it

    You can keep vanilla forever but I wanted to give you some ideas for
    using it from someone who uses it all the time. You can make your
    own vanilla coke by adding a teaspoon to a glass of regular or diet
    coke. Same with pepsi. Make "gourmet" vanilla flavored coffee's by
    adding in a teaspoon to your mug. Add a half teaspoon to pancake,
    waffle and french toast batters to give them a great new flavor.

    THis is a little more time intensive but you can melt some chocolate
    chips with a teaspoon of vanilla and dip spoons into it. Once the
    spoons are coated with the mixture than lay them to dry on wax
    paper. When completly dry cover them with plastic wrap and a bow and
    give them as presents to people who love gourmet coffee. They use
    the chocolate vanilla spoon to stir their coffee and they have
    instant gourmet blends from a regular cup of joe or espreso. Gotta
    love it!Q

    Almost all cookie recipies call for a teaspoon of vanilla.

    You can make your own vanilla ice crean but you have to have the

    right equipment for that.

    So here are just a few ideas of what you can use that extra vanilla
    for.

    Have a great day.

    Maya in Illinois

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    You can make your own vanilla ice crean but you have to have the
    right equipment for that.


    I make icecream without any expensive equipment. Just use any icecream recipe
    but place it in a bowl instead of an ice cream maker. Take the bowl out of the
    freezer every hour and beat it until smooth. Keep doing this until it is
    completely frozen and you will have wonderful creamy ice cream
    =0)
    Ramona
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    A former coworker of mine used to buy vanilla beans. And, she often put a bean in the amount of sugar that a recipe called for and the sugar then picked up the flavor of the vanilla.

    Nadine

 

 

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