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Cool down with this French vanilla cappuccino milkshake. It feels totally decadent and special, but is easy to make for a crowd.
These Romanian vanilla walnut cookies will pair perfectly with a hot, cozy cup to warm your hands on a chilly day.
This gluten-free Dutch baby is like Mr. Pancake and Mrs. Crème Brûlée had a baby. It’s quick enough for a special, romantic breakfast or dessert for two, and fancy enough to be served to company.
There are those days when a little extra is needed to get the morning started. Add a little bit of booze to your cuppa joe with this bourbon vanilla coffee creamer.
Cool down this summer with creamy vanilla matcha popsicles made with avocados and a creamy nut milk.
Recreate Starbuck’s cool, coffee-less drink for the warm weather days to come.
You could never go wrong with a cozy mug of tea. Velvety cashew almond butter and condensed milk compliment black tea all too well.
Warm up a traditional old fashioned cocktail with classic vanilla sugar. This is sure to be a winter favorite.
A New Zealand favorite, hokey pokey ice cream is a rich vanilla ice cream studded with sweet, caramel-y honeycomb.
There’s nothing quite like creamy, light soft serve ice cream on a warm day. Without a fancy machine, recreate the classic chain restaurant dessert in your own home with regular ingredients.
These glazed peach scones taste like a peach pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and they are anything but dry.
Soft, chewy ginger and molasses cookies are filled with cool, sweet vanilla ice cream to let the spices do the talking.
Madeleines are the perfect treat for breakfast or afternoon tea. Sweet but not too much, with fresh ingredients and lovely vanilla flavor.
A classic frozen yogurt that is so simple to make. With just five ingredients and a few minutes of prep you have yourself a cool dessert for summertime.
Fluffy vanilla cupcakes are frosted with silky smooth strawberry swiss meringue buttercream for a delightful spring treat.
Homemade banana pudding with fresh whipped cream, bananas, and vanilla wafers is a southern classic that is perfect when you want something other than a chocolate dessert.
A soft, domed black and white cookie can be enjoyed outside of New York City. Recreate the classic with this recipe.
Magical mood changers, these lemon bars feel like spring and will brighten up the kitchen for sure.
Cooked pears are combined with vanilla beans and lemon juice for a pure, satisfying flavor that does not overpower.
A dense cake with a smooth white frosting to finishes it off. Malt perfectly ties vanilla and white chocolate together and cardamom adds a touch of spice.
Simple, but perfectly sweet, creme brûlée is an elegant dessert especially when the custard is steeped with vanilla beans and ginger and topped with mango.
This buttermilk spice cake is a beautiful holiday treat. Follow Bowen’s solid baking tips to learn how to create delicious cakes all season long.
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
Once you begin making your own vanilla essence, you’ll never buy it again. The flavors are true and clean and it makes the most beautiful gifts.
The tea cake of the season. Studded with red berries and a warm vanilla scent, these individual cakes are delicious lightly glazed.
Without cream, these panna cottas come with a softer texture. Try steeping chai tea in them for added flavor. Serve with blood oranges.
A beautiful display of fruit with simple vanilla cake and whipped cream. Soft, moist, fluffy, and fruity, celebrate the end of fruit season with a winner.
To make this dessert, all you need is vanilla ice cream with warm espresso and chocolate covered coffee beans for a garnish. A perfect hot and cold combo.
These fluffy, sweet smelling yogurt waffles are a one bowl wonder. So good and no need for a mixer, just a bowl and a whisk and you’re ready to roll.
This cake is the queen of all bundt cakes. Innocent and regal on the outside, with a secret tunnel of marshmallow filling on the inside. Dig in.
Tender roasted pears are a simple dessert to serve with ice cream and nuts. Try them on the grill for added char and learn to pair with the perfect Port.
This cake is lovely; dense but not heavy, moist with a tender crumb, aromatic, and flavorful. It is perfect to serve with coffee, and it is paleo, too.
With warm spices, this cashew milk is easy to execute, no straining required. Enjoy in coffee, cereal, baking, or on its own.
Old-fashioned cultured butter is easier to make at home than you think.
Flaky crust stuffed with sweet, complex, seasonal filling make these hand pies as delicious as they are beautiful.
Showcase fresh, juicy figs in a simple parfait that perfect all day from breakfast till dessert, and everything in between.
Don’t settle for canned cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving when the homemade stuff is so much better and can be a vehicle for such flavors as vanilla and cardamom.
Healthy loaf cake (?) with walnut, yoghurt and vanilla
A delicious, indulgent, smooth, Dutch dessert.
A classic flavor combo for when you need to celebrate someone special, or for when you just want some really good cupcakes.
These fanciful treats are fit for a party tray and can be mostly prepared ahead of time.
Enjoy this super-creamy, refreshing, and outrageously delicious Chai Vanilla Milkshake.
This vanilla cake is soft and moist yet hearty and has a tender outer crisp.
This is especially wonderful with vanilla frozen yogurt and blackberries. It’s pretty much the perfect cake to make on a whim when craving dessert.
Suprisingly enough, lemon curd or lemon butter isn’t hard to make at all.. and it makes an excellent gift.
Enjoy a vanilla and cherry ice cream recipe by Kathy Gori, made with in season Chelan cherries.
These are best eaten within a few hours, if you are making them much ahead of time, spread a thin layer of apricot jam onto the pastry crust before filling.
Beat the heat with this version of the classic cold coffee. Creamy, with hints of vanilla, it will surely bring spring to you…via a straw.
This is a POUND cake in the shape of a bundt cake. It’s moist, delicious and heavy. This is not a light cake.
Fragrant yoghurt and crunchy pumpkin seeds help make persimmons the perfect snack.
Laura Davidson gives us a wonderful recipe for a vanilla and lemongrass ice cream.
Tarte Tatin is a sweet, sticky and delicious dessert – but the best thing about it is its versatility. Here is a pear and vanilla version.
It’s strawberry season – that wonderful time of the year – so make sure to use as much of them while you can.
A comforting cake for a crazy day, a bad week, or just as a delicious treat.
Cream puffs are one of the loveliest and most popular desserts in Croatia. Learn how to make them.
This dessert is subtle but delicious. The maple is almost a background note, floating lightly and delicately in the rich pudding.
If you ask Sarah Kenney what would be her ideal afternoon snack…this would be it.
Peanut butter and jelly. Cookies and milk. Bacon and eggs. In food, some things are made better by pairing them with complimentary flavors. So is the case with strawberries and balsamic vinegar.
In this recipe, a vanilla-scented custard works exquisitely with sweetly tart cherries, creating an elegant yet easy to eat dessert perfect for easing into the long, lazy summer days ahead.