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I know I have reviewed a product similar to this one from the same company before but I just loved the product that I had to review an other one.
I love the vanilla and I love adding Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract to hot chocolate and coffee and adding it to recipes that call for vanilla extract.
Nielsen-Massey Vanillas has been producing premium pure vanilla products since 1907. From its ever-popular Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla to custom blends and flavors created for specific customer needs, Nielsen-Massey has earned the reputation as the producer of fine vanillas worldwide. All Nielsen-Massey’s vanilla products are Kosher certified, Gluten-free certified, and they have been a certified organic producer since 1998. As a family owned and managed business, Nielsen-Massey is committed to and truly cares about its customers. With this commitment comes a pledge to continue producing the world’s finest Pure Vanillas batch after batch – a promise that has been kept for nearly a century.
July is National Ice Cream Month in the U.S.so to celebrate here is a yummy ice cream recipe to help you cool down a little
Coconut Vanilla Ice Cream
½ cup heavy cream
¾ cup caster sugar* (baker’s sugar)
1 tablespoon Nielsen-Massey Pure Vanilla Extract
2 (13.5-ounce) cans unsweetened coconut milk
½ cup sweetened flaked coconut, toasted (garnish)
a small bowl, whisk cream, sugar and vanilla extract until combined;
set aside. Add coconut milk to a large glass measuring cup; add
cream-sugar mixture and stir.
ice cream maker and pour ice cream mixture through filling hole. For
the perfect ice-cream follow the manufacturer’s appliance directions.
While ice cream is churning, toast the coconut. Preheat the oven to 350°F.
On a small rimmed baking sheet, evenly spread
coconut; place in oven and toast, about 3 minutes, stirring
occasionally, as coconut will toast quickly. Cool and store until ready
*Caster sugar can be difficult to find. To make a superfine sugar, add granulated sugar to a mini food processor bowl and pulse until sugar is a superfine, but not a powdery consistency.
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