I received the opportunity to review
tried vanilla bean paste or real vanilla beans in my recipes
before. I have always bought the
Paste and Tahitian Vanilla Paste I received from Beanilla.
Before I get to the recipe I would
like to share with you a little about the Beanilla Trading Company.
Beanilla Trading Company was founded in 2005 and is dedicated to bringing their customers superior quality products and is passionate about bringing the best vanilla products to the customers. Beanilla has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and according to the website provides impeccable customer service. They sell a variety of vanilla products such as extracts, vanilla beans,gifts and even glass bottles to store your vanilla beans or to make your own extract.
The Recipe~ Banana Pudding
This vanilla pudding is so simple to make and only takes a handful of ingredients and that my friend, is a plus in my
kitchen. I will tell you this, if you try making this recipe one
time using Beanilla Vanilla Bean Paste you will never want
to buy the packaged, store bought, powdered, artificial ingredient pudding again. I know I never will. You can make this recipe with just a hand held whisk but I used my Kitchen Aid for convenience.
Add 2 1/2 cups milk to sauce pan and bring to a simmer.Add 3 beaten egg yolks, 1/3 cup sugar, 3 1/2 tbsp of cornstarch and 1 tbsp Vanilla Bean Paste. Whisk this mixture by hand or
with a hand mixer until it becomes thick.
Next it is time to add the hot milk. To temper the eggs and
avoid scrambling them, add one cup of the hot milk to
the above mixture. Whisk together and add the rest
of the hot milk and stir.
Add your liquid mixture to your sauce pan and cook on medium low for 7 to 8 minutes or until it becomes thick. Remember to constantly stir to avoid scorching. Add a pat
of butter and your done. Chill your pudding before serving. I added bananas and cookies and whip cream for a fabulous banana pudding that will knock your socks off. I loved the
Beanilla Madagascar and Tahitian Vanilla Bean Paste
that I received from Beanilla and I know you will to.
Disclosure: I received free of charge the Madagascar
and Tahitian Vanilla Bean Paste for this review. All
thoughts and opinions are my own.
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