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    • #300815

      Does anyone know where to find powdered vanilla

    • #430519

      You can buy powdered vanilla from several different Vendors: Powdered vanilla

    • #430798

      The only place I have ever found powdered Vanilla is at Sprouts.

    • #430800

      @jaryjane 204871 wrote:

      Does anyone know where to find powdered vanilla

      some recipes calling for powdered vanilla are actually calling for flavored powdered coffee creamer, like coffeemate french vanilla. if the recipe calls for more than a tablespoon of powdered vanilla, i would really double check the ingredients.

      i usually buy powdered vanilla on amazon, it’s less expensive and arrives within a day or so.


      Amazon Vanilla Powder

    • #431141
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      Folks, the recipe for making your own vanilla powder is available here on the site (where else? lol):

      Budget101.com – – MYO Vanilla Powder | Money Saving Seasoning Mix recipes

      and it’s fairly simple and inexpensive

    • #431145

      I’ve been looking for a homemade equivalent to commercial powdered vanilla!!! I’m so excited and can’t wait to try this!! 😀 Thanks for posting the link.

    • #431190
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      i have been baking for years, i had no idea powered vanilla was out there…can it be used instead of vanilla extract?

    • #431194

      I honestly don’t know if they’re interchangeable. I have a few recipes that call for powdered vanilla and I didn’t have it because it’s so expensive…many times I would use a french vanilla powdered creamer..didn’t work great, but wasn’t terrible either. I’m gonna make this MYO vanilla powder and see what happens.

    • #431201
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      @bethaliz6894 213219 wrote:

      i have been baking for years, i had no idea powered vanilla was out there…can it be used instead of vanilla extract?

      yes, that’s what is is for 🙂 Particularly for recipes where liquids can ruin the recipe- angel food cake, macaroons, etc

      works great for gift mix recipes

    • #431314
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      Thanks for the head up. never hear of powdered vanilla before this. Will try the MYO recipe.

    • #431372

      thanks for the MYO vanilla powder! I make all my own mixes up and use vanilla powder in those. I buy it in Utah every time I go there.

      With Mom & Dad both gone now those trips will be a lot less. Hate to buy online as shipping added to it really makes it expensive! I also keep a jar with sugar and vanilla beans in it sealed up and use that in some baked goods needing vanilla instead of using the liquid.

    • #431393
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      I found a great deal on Vanilla Beans on Amazon this morning, they’re $5.99 for 10 Madagascar vanilla beans (with free shipping with or without Prime). It’s the cheapest I’ve found in ages.

      Here is also 20 vanilla beans (10 madagascar/10 Tahitian vanilla) for $11.49 (free shipping with prime)

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      @FreebieQueen 217232 wrote:

      i found a great deal on vanilla beans on amazon this morning, they’re $5.99 for 10 Madagascar vanilla beans (with free shipping with or without prime). it’s the cheapest i’ve found in ages.

      here is also 20 vanilla beans (10 madagascar/10 Tahitian vanilla) for $11.49 (free shipping with prime)

      wow those are great prices! i just paid $3.29 for 2 beans to make my own vanilla! Thank you!!

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