Vanilla Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This oil has a rich, sweet aroma and is made from the climbing vine of vanilla.  Excellent for baking!  Will turn box brownies into heaven!

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  • 375ml
  • 750ml

$16.50

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Origin:  Italy

Culinary Uses:  Baking, Salads, Pancakes, Apples, Cakes, Breads, Cookies

Pair with:  Chocolate, Almond, Serrano Chili Honey

Ingredients:  Oil from olives, vanilla beans

Nutrition:  1 T. = 120 calories, 9 grams fat

This oil has a rich, sweet aroma and is made from the climbing vine of vanilla. Vanilla is known for its calming effect. This Italian oil is a true feast for the nose and palate, with just a note of fruity and spiciness. While used for baking cakes, breads and cookies, feel free to drizzle in fruit smoothies, baked apples or sauteing vegetables. Wonderful substitute for butter in recipes for a rich, deep vanilla flavor without the saturated fats.

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Laura
07/29/2015

Delicious for Baking!

I was looking for a healthier way to spice up my baking and I was told to sub out vegetable oil/canola oil and use this Vanilla Olive Oil instead. I'm so glad I took this advice because it worked like a charm and added a perfect delicious hint of vanilla and tasted amazing!

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Vanilla Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Vanilla Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This oil has a rich, sweet aroma and is made from the climbing vine of vanilla.  Excellent for baking!  Will turn box brownies into heaven!

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