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Strawberry Confetti Cake and Vanilla From Tahiti Giveaway!


I have two sweet things for you today! The first is this thoroughly sprinkled strawberry cake. You probably know by now that my heart beats for confetti cakes, and if you're not convinced, I urge you to look here, here, here and here. This strawberry version may be my favorite yet!

The second and possibly sweetest of the two is a generous giveaway from Vanilla from Tahiti! I mean, what would our baked goods be if not for the loving touch of vanilla? It's a necessity! And it's the star ingredient in the Swiss meringue buttercream on this cake. Tahitian vanilla is known to be of the highest quality, and it's used by the finest pastry chefs and chocolatiers in the world. I love using it in my baking, and you will too.

One grand prize winner!
The perfect collection of Tahitian vanilla goodies to surprise and delight any epicurean.

Vanille de Tahiti book
2 oz. Vanilla Extract
Ground Vanilla Bean
2 Tahitian Vanilla Beans
Vanilla Mustard

Two sampler winners!
This sampler is a convenient way to experience pure Tahitian vanilla, in it's most popular forms. Perfect for the home chef.

2 oz. Vanilla Extract
Ground Vanilla Bean
2 Tahitian Vanilla Beans

Something for everyone!

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I have to say, the Tahitian vanilla beans they sent me to sample are some of the fattest, oiliest, most fragrant beans I've ever tried. They really made the frosting on this cake something special. Just having the split vanilla beans on the counter top made the entire kitchen smell dreamy. Another product that I loved was the vanilla bean powder. I used just a smidgen in my morning coffee, and now I'm hooked! I can't wait to use it in pie crusts and cookies.


I've been doing lots of strawberry cake-testing recently because I'll be making a strawberry groom's cake in May. The first time I made this cake I knew it would be perfect for a sprinkled interior. The batter was just the right consistency to suspend confetti quins evenly throughout the batter, and thick enough to prevent the sprinkles from melting away. The baked cake has a firm, moist texture and every bite or two you'll get the tiny crunch of a strawberry seed to remind you that there's real strawberry puree in the batter. 

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I chose Swiss buttercream for this cake because it's so silky-smooth and the surface doesn't dry or "crust". This means the frosting remains sticky and I can take my time applying the sprinkles to the sides of the cake. One of the most frequently asked questions I get is "how do you get sprinkles on the sides of a cake?". There are a few different effective methods, but for most cakes I just toss them on with one brisk hand movement. Be sure to place your cake in a pan to catch the excess. You'll still have a few wayward sprinkles, but it makes clean-up much easier.


The strawberry cake is so fragrant - certainly during baking, but also after it's cooled. Add to that the ultra-aromatic and flecked Tahitian vanilla bean frosting, and you just can't miss. It's such a wonderful combination. I hope you'll give it a try!


Strawberry Confetti Cake with Tahitian Vanilla Bean Swiss Buttercream
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Yield: one 9-inch double layer cake or one 7-inch triple layer cake (12 servings)
Source: Cake recipe adapted from allrecipes.com, frosting recipe from the SprinkleBakes book
Prep: 50 minutes, total time about 2 hours
A few quick tips!
  • The first time I made this cake I followed the ingredients to the letter and when I tasted it, the lack of salt in the batter was evident. Even a very small amount can make a big difference in baked goods, so please, don't forget the salt! It really rounds out the flavor of this cake. 
  • If you're measuring the ingredients in cups, be sure to sift the cake flour before measuring. You'll be rewarded with a fluffier cake. 
  • I added a little red food color to the batter to ensure the cake retains a beautiful pink interior; this is optional. 
  • Lining the pans with parchment paper is key. Some of the confetti sprinkles will float to the bottom of the pan and melt against pan's surface as it bakes. This can cause sticking, and parchment lining ensures flawless removal.
  • Inevitably, someone will ask if the amount of butter is correct in the Swiss meringue buttercream. The answer is yes indeed! 1 pound of butter is correct. They don't call it buttercream for nothin'!
2 cups/390g granulated sugar
3 oz. package strawberry flavored gelatin
1 cup/226g unsalted butter, softened
4 large eggs
2 3/4/225g sifted cake flour
2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 cup/240ml whole milk, room temperature
1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
1/2 cup/4 oz. fresh strawberry puree
1/4 teaspoon red gel food color
1 cup/134g confetti sprinkles

Preheat the oven to 350F/175C.
Grease two 9-inch cake pans or three 7-inch cake pans with vegetable shortening. Line the bottoms and sides of the pans with parchment paper. Set aside.
In a large bowl, cream together the butter, sugar and dry strawberry gelatin until light and fluffy. Beat in eggs one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Combine the flour, baking powder and salt; stir into the batter alternately with the milk. Blend in vanilla extract and strawberry puree. Add the food color, if using, and mix again until consistently pink. Fold the confetti sprinkles into the batter and immediately divide the batter between the prepared pans.
Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. Allow the cakes to cool in the pans for 10 minutes before turning them out to cool completely.

Tahitian vanilla beanSwiss meringue buttercream
5 egg whites
1 cup (198g) sugar
Pinch of salt
1 pound (4 US sticks) unsalted butter, cubed, at room temperature
Seeds of 1 Tahitian vanilla bean
Confetti sprinkles for decorating
White chocolate-covered strawberries for garnish

Whisk together the egg whites, sugar, and salt in a large heatproof bowl. Set over the simmering water and whisk until the mixture is hot to the touch and the sugar has dissolved.
Transfer the mixture to the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment.
Beat on low speed for 2 minutes. Increase to medium-high until stiff peaks are formed.
Continue beating at medium-high speed until the mixture is fluffy and has cooled (the mixing bowl should feel cool to the touch).
Turn the mixer off and switch from the whisk attachment to the paddle. Turn the mixer on medium-low and add the butter, a few cubes at a time, beating until well incorporated before the next addition. The egg whites will deflate and thin with the first few additions – don’t let this discourage you – keep going.  It may also look curdled, but don’t fret. Beat on high speed when all the butter has been added. The mixture will thicken and become smooth after several minutes of beating. Beat in the vanilla bean seeds. 
Transfer about 3/4 cup frosting to a piping bag fitted with a large open star tip. Fill and frost the cake layers. I used about 2/3 cup to fill each 7-inch cake layer, or use 1 1/3 cups to fill a 9-inch layer. 
To decorate the bottom of the cake with confetti sprinkles, place the cake (on the cake stand/serving plate) inside a large baking pan. Toss a handful of sprinkles onto the cake allowing the excess to fall back into the baking pan. Repeat process around the entire lower circumference of the cake. Brush excess sprinkles off the bottom of the cake plate with a pastry brush.  Pipe stars around the top edge of the cake with the reserved frosting in the piping bag. Pipe one large frosting swirl in the center of the cake and garnish with a white chocolate-covered strawberry half.
Store the cake in the refrigerator loosely covered in plastic wrap. Bring to room temperature before serving.




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496 comments :

  1. I'd like to try a vanilla pudding. wanda72 (at) aol (dot) com

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  2. This cake is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l!!! My niece is turning 3 this weekend and I've been wondering what cake to make her! Ding ding ding! We have a winner :)

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  3. This cake is absolutely gorgeous! And if I win I would love to make a homemade vanilla cake or pudding... Yum! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. I'd love to make vanilla bean cupcakes with a vanilla bean frosting!

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  5. I would use it for all my baking :)

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  6. I would love to make a vanilla cake.

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  7. I'm going to have to make this recipe, it looks amazing!!!

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  8. I would use it to flavor the marshmallows I'm making for homemade Easter Peeps!

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  9. I would make wonderful vanilla flavored anything!

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  10. I would love to make Zucchini bread. My nephew (who is not a big veggie fan at all) love zucchini bread and the recipe I use to make it calls for a few tsp of vanilla.
    Vanilla just makes most recipes pop.

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  11. I finally read open worldwide and that got me excited :D This cake looks awesome! All the Sprinkles <3
    I guess I would try some Vanilla Cupcakes with sprinkles(of course) and a Vanilla Frosting. Keep it simple to get the whole flavor.

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  12. I'm going to make my marshmallows!!

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  13. I would totally make some ROCKING vanilla bean ice cream!!!

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  14. The ultimate vanilla cupcakes!

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  15. Looks delicious! Cupcakes would taste amazing with this vanilla

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  16. The cake, the writing, the styling....PERFECTION! What a wonderful way to start my day!

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  17. Wow, the description of how nicely scented they are has me craving some vanilla! I would use this in some creme brulee - so delicious!

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  18. I love vanilla cake! I also love adding a bit of extra vanilla to my banana bread.

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  19. I'd like to use it on everything vanilla-licious baked goodies ;)

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  20. So I had a bride on sunday ask me to make her a strawberry cake for her wedding, because she loves duncan hines pink strawberry cake. My first thought was 'I bet Sprinkle Bakes has a good pink strawberry cake recipe'. It is like you read my mind. Thanks so much for the recipe, Ill give it a go this week, and hope it lives up to her boxed cake mix expectations (if not I might just have to cave and buy the stuff instead of making it from scratch).

    Pastry cream is always better with vanilla beans, but I am dying to know what the vanilla mustard is all about...

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  21. I wouldn't even know where to start! I would use it in all my baking. :D

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  22. Vanilla pudding and ice cream!

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  23. Rebecca HolcombeApril 2, 2014 at 9:33 AM

    Can't wait to try this cake out!!! So fun!

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  24. Vanilla pudding and ice cream,

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  25. This cake looks amazing, growing up my mom made all the kids strawberry cake on their bday and this would be a great upgrade! I would use the vanilla to try this recipe!

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  26. If the vanilla will help me make a cake as pretty as this one, sign me up! What kid (or adult!) wouldn't squeal to get a cake like that?! :) I'd use it the vanilla to make a white cake for my coworker's birthday.

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  27. My sister would love this! Question is, do I wait for her birthday in September or make one this weekend? This weekend, for sure.

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  28. I'd make cream puffs filled with vanilla pastry cream. Yum!

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  29. I would use my vanilla to make the ultimate vanilla cupcakes. Fluffy vanilla cake with vanilla bean buttercream:)

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  30. Lovely ....just so amazing the cake looks

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  31. This is going to be an homemade Ice Cream year for me

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  32. I ♡ strawberries! My youngest turned 16 and wanted something not chocolate, this will be his!

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  33. Thanks for this yummy giveaway!!!

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  34. I would love to use the vainilla in some chocolate bundt cake!!!

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  35. My kids favorite treat: vanilla cake!

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  36. I would use the vanilla in a classic buttercream to give it a flavour boost!

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  37. This cake couldn't get any better if it tried!

    I'd make meringues with the vanilla, I'm obsessed with those light melty lovelies!

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  38. Something that really showcases the vanilla itself. Ice cream? Pudding? Not sure!

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  39. This combines all of my favorite things! Love it!!!

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  40. Cake Creations by TrishApril 2, 2014 at 10:11 AM

    Still in search of THEE perfect vanilla cake. I would definitely use it into the recipe.

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  41. I'd probably use it on the macrons I'm attempting soon!

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  42. I've never made SMB, so I want to try that with some delicious vanilla!

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  43. This cake is beautiful! I have a sudden need for strawberries and vanilla now, haha.

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  44. Vanilla mustard? Hmmm I am totally curious what that is all about. I would make vanilla frosting with some of the other items.

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  45. I'd make some vanilla bean infused milk to use with my baked goods and hot cocoa :D

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  46. I would love to FINALLY attempt macarons!

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  47. Ooh, I'd love o win the prize! Holding thumbs :)

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  48. No question...I'm making this cake!

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  49. I'd use it to make a pure vanialla cake. Simple and clean!

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  50. This cake is absolutely beautiful, and looks equally delicious! I would use vanilla beans in frosting or whipped cream, because I love seeing those beautiful flecks. :)

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  51. Vanilla Bean Cupcakes or Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee!!!! That cake is gorgeous!

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  52. A nice cream patisser... ooor a vanilla sauce... something to make the vanilla really take center stage!

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  53. These sprinkles need to made into a sprinkle vanilla birthday cake flavored pocket pie. They are too cute

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  54. I would love to try this recipe or make vanilla cupcakes with vanilla frosting, a favorite in my house! :)

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  55. I would use it to make the most delicious buttercream frosting to go on strawberry cupcakes.

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  56. I would use it in husband's birthday cupcakes!

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  57. I'd make this strawberry cake covered in a whipped chocolate ganache!

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  58. I'd first make a vanilla white cake with vanilla swiss meringue buttercream to really show off the vanilla

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  59. oooo! Love vanilla in everything! I would definitely try a vanilla ice cream or simple butter cookie with vanilla to let the flavors stand out!

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  60. Vanilla cupcakes! Now I'm hungry hehehe

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  61. I'd make a vanilla bean ice cream cake! It's finally getting warm, and that would be a lovely way to welcome spring.

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  62. I'd make vanilla honey, lavender-vanilla bean marshmallows, and experiment with chamomile-vanilla ice cream or icing. Then I'd use the pods to make homemade extract.

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  63. Vanilla bean panna cotta!

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  64. I'd definitely make homemade vanilla ice cream or something else that really showed off the real vanilla flavor!

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  65. I'm going to make vanilla sugar and simple syrup

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  66. The first thing I'd make is vanilla bean ice cream!!

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  67. I would make vanilla cupcakes with vanilla buttercream!

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  68. I would love to try the frosting with this cake! mm!

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  69. That cake looks so good. I totally want to make that vanilla frosting with vanilla beans. Sounds perfect.

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  70. First: vanilla shortbread, then this frosting for the boyfriend's birthday cake!

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  71. strawberries and cream must be my ultimate favorite dessert.. ever since I was a little girl!

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  72. I see a coconut cream pie or banana cream pie with this vanilla to accent. And some bomb vanilla cupcakes.

    Another beautiful confetti cake. I covet....

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  73. The cake is beautiful! I'd make cupcakes for Spring.

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  74. I bet it would be tasty in vanilla cream brulee

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  75. I would use it to make vanilla cake and some vanilla bean ice cream to put on top.

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  76. I love vanilla! I would probably use this for vanilla buttercream or some vanilla cupcakes. :)

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  77. I would make some of Sally's Baking Addiction's Triple Vanilla Cupcakes... And never go back to imitation vanilla extract again!

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  78. I'd make Sally's Baking Addiction's Triple Vanilla Cupcakes. .. and never go back to imitation vanilla extract again!

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  79. I would make a big batch of vanilla frozen custard!

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  80. I'd make a twist on banana pudding, using homemade vanilla pudding with just a smattering of bananas sprinkled on the top and some coconut!

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  81. I'd make cookies and vanilla cake with chocolate fudge frosting.

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  82. Yummy cupcakes and icing!!!

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  83. Anything that involves lots of vanilla!!

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  84. A huuuuge batch of vanilla frosting!

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  85. I'm sure.. that I will have to scour the internet for a really good recipe-- to use such a valuable goodie!! :)

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  86. I would make cupcakes!

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  87. A big batch of rich vanilla pastry cream is calling my name... it shall fill tarts and cream puffs and cronuts galore!

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  88. I always thought vanilla sugar sounded yummy

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  89. I would love to make pastries (any kind!) with the Tahitian vanilla!

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  90. This cake looks absolutely delicious! I think if I were to have the same vanilla I'd make shortbread or a classic vanilla cake.

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  91. I've been dying to make infused sugars for coffees and such! AND this would be amazing in biscotti!

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  92. I have been dying to make infused sugars for coffees and such! AND this would be amazing in biscotti!

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  93. vanilla cut-outs for my girlfriend's bridal shower!

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  94. I would definitely make some Vanilla bean sugar cookies with vanilla from Tahiti! mmmhmmmm

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  95. I will make a Vanilla Bean Cake with Vanilla Bean Buttercream

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  96. Probably some sugar cookies:)

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  97. Can't wait to try out the confetti cake! And some vanilla ice cream to go with it!

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  98. I'd probably make a Tahitian vanilla and saffron pie.

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  99. Vanilla almond milk!

    marie [dot] hope [dot] martin [at] gmail [dot] com

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  100. I may have to make this cake for my son's birthday, or mother's day, or...Sunday. :)

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  101. I would make Vanilla Bean Cupcakes

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  102. I would make homemade vanilla ice cream

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  103. Vanilla cupcakes for my daughter!

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  104. I will make this cake! I know a young lady, about to turn two, for whom this would be perfect...!

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  105. Nothing beats Vanilla. This post gives me the craving for Creme Brulle.

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  106. better question, what will i NOT make? vanilla in ALL the things!

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  107. I would use it in my brother's wedding cake this August!

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  108. Love the sprinkles...and for the vanilla, I'd make some creamy vanilla bean popsicles...I'm itching for summer!

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  109. I would make vanilla ice cream.

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  110. I'll make vanilla ice cream as well as chocolate chip cookies.

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  111. I will totally use that vanilla in ice cream to go with this awesome strawberry confetti cake!!

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  112. Vanilla cake with Swiss meringue I think

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  113. Vanilla ice cream....it's my go to addiction.

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  114. This cake!! How fun and festive and perfect for Easter. Thank you so much for the chance to win!

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  115. I've been meaning to get vanilla beans for some time now. I just LOVE the packaging on these!

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  116. I would use it on this cake!

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  117. Oh my gawd...I will make THIS CAKE with my Tahitian Vanilla Beans...so excited to taste it! Looks incredible. Heart heart heart.

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  118. I´m not sure, maybe ice cream, or cake, or pastry cream.

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  119. I would bake this cake with the vanilla, because it looks amazing!

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  120. Vanilla sugar and vanilla bean ice cream for sure! They are my two biggest loves!

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  121. I would have to make this cake since my daughter just loves sprinkles and pink cake!!

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  122. I would make THIS CAKE because i love vanilla and strawberry ! xx

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  123. This cake looks fabulous. I love the idea of strawberry cake and vanilla bean SMB. Looks wonderful and who doesn't love sprinkles?

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  124. oh my word that is the MOST beautiful cake... I LOVE the inside so much xx

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  125. I'd love to try and make swiss meringue butter cream... I've been dying to try it!

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  126. I'd make vanilla bean ice cream! YUM!

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  127. This would all go to my swiss meringue buttercream... buttercream needs the best of vanilla, no matter what flavor it ends up taking on at the end.

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  128. Oh my gosh! I'm always trolling for strawberry flavored baked goods... and I LOVE rainbow sprinkles. So this appears to be the best cake ever!

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  129. Wao this cake is beautiful. I would make vanilla ice cream.

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  130. I would probably try my hand at a simple bundt cake with this vanilla!
    (I may have to make this strawberry cake sometime soon!)

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  131. I would love to make a custard for éclairs with these :)

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  132. I'm craving some good old fashioned creme brulee-would love to make that with some Tahitian vanilla beans.

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  133. I love putting vanilla in my coffee and would love to do a vanilla ice cream and sandwich with mocha cookies!

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  134. I really want to use that vanilla powder in some pie - but I can't decide if I want to do cherry vanilla or strawberry vanilla. This cake looks awesome.

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  135. I would use the vanilla in ice cream or blondies so that I could really taste it. Yum.

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  136. I just made one of your other sprinkle cakes... but I see a strawberry sprinkle cake in my near future! :)

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  137. I would probably make a good ol' vanilla/vanilla cake so I could really taste the flavor!

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  138. Oh my gosh, that cake is beautiful and delicious-looking! I love strawberries, and this looks amazing. And of course sprinkles make EVERYTHING better! Love your blog, I can tell you so work hard and you are so creative and talented. I would make Bakingdom's raspberry vanilla pie with the amazing-sounding Tahitian vanilla beans, but would probably end up adding it to anything and everything. I love vanilla! (Probably more than chocolate, shhh!)
    ~Maya :):

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  139. banana pudding. a-to-the-men

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  140. Definitely make my own vanilla extract, but also make some amazing vanilla bean ice cream!

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  141. Vanilla bean cupcakes with vanilla bean buttercream! :)

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  142. Chocolate Chip cookies are a household favorite, that is what we would make first.

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  143. I would make this beauty! What a gorgeous cake!

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  144. I would make this beauty! What a gorgeous cake!

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  145. I would make cupcakes with vanilla bean frosting......this cake looks yummy!

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  146. yum... I would use it in sweet biscuits for strawberry shortcake.

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  147. Love using vanilla beans in my Thumbprint Cookies and frostings.
    azzuri9@aol.com

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  148. Vanilla bean cupcakes with vanilla bean buttercream, oh yah...PLEASE!

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  149. something for Easter, not sure what yet

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  150. something for Easter, not sure what yet

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  151. I would make some delicious vanilla ice cream!

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  152. Extraordinary vanilla calls for vanilla cupcakes and a vanilla bean buttercream frosting, of course! :)

    -denali0407 at Hotmail dot com

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  153. This cake looks absolutely GORGEOUS! As soon as I have enough time, I'm making it! I think Tahitian vanilla would be perfect in a delicious mousse!

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  154. I would definitely be making this cake with it! I absolutely love strawberry cake and this looks so delicious!

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  155. Chocolate cake with vanilla frosting

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  156. I will use it in my sugar cookies for Easter as well as in the buttercream frosting to ice them!

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  157. I am absolutely making this gorgeous cake for my daughter's birthday! Love it! Thank you for this opportunity!

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  158. I would make funfetti vanilla smoothies, creamcheese and vanilla icecream cones, and a vanilla birthday cake for my fiance!!!!

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  159. What wouldn't I make?! My first would be vanilla bean cupcakes with vanilla bean buttercream!!!!

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  160. I have a wedding cake coming up ... I would definitely use this vanilla for that creation!!! (And then I'd like to try this strawberry sprinkle cake and meringue buttercream!)

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