• Enhance the flavor of your favorite cake, muffin, or brownie mix with 1 teaspoon of pure Vanilla.
• Round out the sweetness and boost the flavor of fruit salads by adding 1 teaspoon to 4 cups of fruit.
• For richer flavor and enticing aroma, start with 1/4 teaspoon to one cup coffee, hot chocolate or tea.
• Vanilla can also enhance the flavor of meat sauces, marinades and vinaigrettes.
• Balance savory meat flavors by adding vanilla to sauces or glazes for chicken, pork or shellfish.
VANILLA BEAN EXTRACTIVES IN WATER AND ALCOHOL (41%)
This product has no significant nutritional value.
There is a reason this company has been around for 125 years. Everything they produce is great. The Pure Vanilla Extract is amazing. I remember seeing it around the house when I was young. I would use nothing else. THE BEST....!!
william | December 23, 2015 |
Brian J. Yager | January 16, 2016 |
Cherie Blair | May 06, 2013 |
I have tried other types of manufacturers and I always cone back to McCormick.yhoughthey may be less expensive, in the long run they come out very last when all the benefits are added together. I use at least two to three ounces of your Cinnamon,
Ruby | September 30, 2015 |
This is the best out there anywhere.
Mrs Doris Spencer | January 04, 2015 |
Danny | December 18, 2013 |
Amie Vanderwyk | September 09, 2016 |
Patrick | November 29, 2016 |
I use McCormicks pure vanilla all of the time. I have no problems with it.
Barbara Fox | March 26, 2017 |
The alcohol cooks off in most recipes and its full flavor comes through. McCormicks spices are a good product I use them all the time.
Steve Grover | April 23, 2017 |
Karishma Verma | December 10, 2015 |
What are the ingredients, please?
Seemore | June 10, 2013 |
I just purchased a 16 FL OZ plastic bottle of the Pure Vanilla Extract clearly marked "No Corn Syrup Added" at Sam's Club, so they are still making it! The Ingredients are listed as only Vanilla Bean Extractives in Water, and Alchohol (41%). No Nutrition Information is listed on the bottle, nor is it listed on this website….wish that it was. Please update your website with this data for each type of flavoring, for us health conscious consumers! Perhaps it is the same as the Extra Rich Pure Vanilla Extract, which lists the same ingredients? It would be helpful to know for sure...
Cheryl | February 09, 2014 |
I have used this product for many, many years as did my mother and grandmother. I have always been completely satisfied until you changed the bottle cap. The first time I used it, half the bottle poured out into what I was making. The same thing happened when I used it a second time, even though I was extra careful. I wasted this entire bottle on using it twice. This is an expensive product. Please go back to the regular cap. Thanks!
Linda Waddell | July 25, 2013 |
I agree with other reviewers that yours is probably the best vanilla extract around. I also agree with recent reviewers that you should return to the pour cap. My last one went out with the garbage before I bought my latest bottle, which has a simple screw cap. Considering the cost of importing beans from Madagascar, a few pennies spent on the cap would not be out of line.
John | July 23, 2017 |
I took a chance and used this in several recipes and it ruined them. The alcohol solution is too high....not good for recipes that will not be cooked to evaporate the alcohol. Most vanilla to alcohol content is 35%. I'd rather pay a bit more to have genuine vanilla flavor. Also agree with another reviewer about the pour spout...it comes out too fast.
Angela | June 08, 2015 |
This product has been bastardized in the last few years. The ones sold at supermarkets/grocery stores contain Corn Syrup (but falsely say Pure Vanilla) and are not worth buying for the steep price one have to pay. Have bought the generic Walmart's brand (not imitation) and for 1/3 of the price I paid I did not see any difference. Best to use is the 100% vanilla with no additives but this company no longer makes. It's a shame how badly this company have evolved throughout the years!
George Karagiannis | August 31, 2013 |
I got the pure vanilla extract no corn syrup added labeled plastic bottle of 16 fl.oz. Apparently they have two different products with almost the same label. Please don't stop producing the No Corn Syrup added product. I take nutrition very serious and keep track of my calorie intake daily. Please include a nutrition facts label for our convenience. How many calories does a tbsp. have? Please let me know ;-) I'm a customer. Thank you!
Rocio | November 21, 2013 |
inlude the ingredients
AAAAAAAAAAAA | January 03, 2017 |
I have had 3 bottles go bad within a month, each. It is being stored properly. Is there anything that, if stored together, might cause this to happen?
Kevin | February 15, 2017 |
Hi Kevin...We would like to hear more about your disappointing experience. Can you please email this information along with the UPC and best by date of the extracts to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you ~Tina
Moderator | June 21, 2017 |