Marshmallow fluff is a very peculiar culinary creation. Not quite the texture of a marshmallow but still has the flavor of one. Marshmallows can be used in S'mores and eaten by themselves, however, marshmallow fluff has so many more culinary applications. Sandwiched between two peanut butter cookies, spread on a PB&J, swirled into homemade ice cream or even eaten by the spoonful. The possibilities are unlimited!
Vanilla Bean Marshmallow fluff is sweet, gooey and delicious but the real flavor comes in when you add the vanilla; that familiar flavor that is only associated with a beautiful vanilla bean from Beanilla! Any of our varieties of beans will work for this recipe so choose your favorite!
Bourbon vanilla beans from Madagascar are superior, with flavor and aromatic qualities that make Madagascar vanilla beans the most popular and sought after vanilla variety. Bourbon vanilla is rich, dark and creamy with an overwhelming sweet, buttery aroma. Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans are well suited for many baking recipes, drinks, and desserts. If you are trying to decide where to buy Madagascar vanilla beans for sale then look no further. We know you will agree that our Bourbon Vanilla Beans from Madagascar are the best in the world!
Indonesian Planifolia Vanilla Beans are sweet and creamy like their cousins from Madagascar, with a more complex flavor profile that finishes with unique earthy/woody undertones. They are bold, with slightly fruity, fig-like notes reminiscent of Tonga vanilla beans. They stand up well against stronger flavors like chocolate and caramel, but can also be used in any application that calls for Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, to add a bit more sophistication to your favorite dessert.
Palm-fringed beaches, rain forests, lagoons and warm blue water make up the beautiful paradise where these rare and highly sought after vanilla beans are grown. Tonga vanilla beans are extremely bold and pronounced with a very unique aroma and flavor profile.
Tahitian vanilla beans from Indonesia are generally shorter, plumper, and contain a much higher oil and water content than Bourbon beans. The aroma is flowery, fruity with a smooth flavor. They are often described as smelling like licorice, cherries, or wine. Gourmet pastry chefs love to work with the Tahitian (Tahitensis) variety, which are perfect for many applications.
Organic Indian vanilla beans are sweet, creamy and extremely aromatic. Many will contest that the sweet woodsy flavor profile of these beans are superior to that of the Madagascar variety. Indian Vanilla Beans can be used in many of the same applications where Madagascar Bourbon vanilla beans are used.