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I make my own vanilla extract and this is a great way to use the vanilla beans a second time. Once I take the vanilla beans out of the vodka I allow the beans to air dry overnight and then throw them into sugar. I then have vanilla sugar to use in baking or for adding to coffee/tea.
A good alternative to some vanilla beans I had in my cubbard. I use it in recipes that call for vanilla extract and sugar. I use it in my coffee because it's a nice lean alternative to loaded with calorie vanilla coffee creamers. I just add a splash of milk with a spoonful. Thanks for sharing!
I have no idea what I'm going to do with this sugar but I had a vanilla bean I'd mostly scraped out for some vanilla ice cream so I thought I'd give this a try. After a week it really does taste like vanilla and it smells wonderful! Great use of a leftover vanilla bean. Thanks for the recipe!:)