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Brown sugar with vanilla

Brown sugar with vanilla

Discover Brown Sugar with Vanilla

These crunchy sugar crystals married with the sweetness of vanilla are a treat for the palate! Desserts, yogurts, crème brûlée will become irresistible with them!

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How to Use Brown Sugar with Vanilla in Your Cooking?

Add an exotic touch to your desserts, fruit salads, porridges, granolas by incorporating a few teaspoons of this delicate blend of brown sugar and Madagascar Bourbon vanilla. Use this sugar in a fruit pulp sabayon, in a fudge sauce, in a fruit salad or cottage cheese, to caramelize a crème brûlée or to make homemade jams.

Some Recipe Ideas to Use Brown Sugar with Vanilla

  • - Vanilla Cookies : Use brown sugar with vanilla to sweeten your favorite vanilla cookies. The vanilla sugar grains will add a subtle sweetness and aromatic notes to these classic cookies;
  • - Fruit Crumble : Prepare a fruit crumble by sprinkling brown sugar with vanilla on fresh fruits like apples, pears, or berries, before covering them with a crispy crumble topping;
  • - Vanilla and Chocolate Chip Muffins : Add a touch of brown sugar with vanilla to the vanilla muffin batter and chocolate chips for a delicious and aromatic variation of this classic treat;
  • - Vanilla Iced Coffee : Make a refreshing iced coffee by adding a teaspoon of brown sugar with vanilla to your cold black coffee, then top it with whipped cream and coffee beans;
  • - Vanilla Apple Pie : Sprinkle sliced apples with brown sugar with vanilla before arranging them on a pie crust, then bake to get a sweet and vanilla-flavored apple pie;
  • - Vanilla Yogurt : Mix a teaspoon of brown sugar with vanilla into plain yogurt for a sweet and flavored snack.

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A Vanilla Sweetness

The sugar grains, infused with the natural aroma of vanilla, emit a seductive and comforting fragrance as soon as the box is opened. In the mouth, this sugar reveals sweet and warm vanilla notes that blend harmoniously with the subtle caramel nuances of brown sugar.

Vanilla Flower

Vanilla is an orchid Vanillia planifolia, whose cultivation requires constant attention and delicacy. It is a vine that leans on a support tree, usually a mango or avocado tree... It only blooms 3 years after planting and it takes another 8 months for the pod to ripen before harvesting. Its preparation is very tedious as it is entirely manual and requires a lot of rigor, patience, and love. The pods are first scalded, steamed, sun-dried for two weeks, flattened by hand, then dried in the shade for 8 months in trunks and finally calibrated.

The Origin of Vanilla

Vanilla originates from Mexico, where the Aztecs used it to sweeten the bitterness of chocolate. This "black flower" was introduced by Cortés in 1521. Later, Louis XIV fell in love with it and wished to cultivate it on the island of Bourbon, Réunion. The vine flowered but bore no fruit because it needed to be pollinated by a wasp that only existed in Mexico. No one knew how to pollinate it until in 1850, Edmond, a young slave from the island of Bourbon, understood this process by pricking and shaking the flower. To thank him, he was freed and the young man took the name of freedom Albius in reference to the white color of the orchid.

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Allergen Absence
Native country Ile de la Réunion
Ingredients brown cane sugar, vanilla (3%).
Nutritional Info VN Energie pour 100 g (energy for 100g) : 1658 kJ / 397 kcal
VN Matière grasse (fat) : 0 g
Dont acide gras saturés (of which saturated fat) : 0 g
VN Glucides (carbohydrate) : 96.4 g
Dont sucres (of which sugars) : 96.4 g
VN Protéines (protein) : 0 g
Vn Sel (salt) : 0 g
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.