Make your own vanilla sauce from 5 ingredients

The vanilla sauce tastes deliciously of vanilla and is beautifully creamy even without egg.
The vanilla sauce tastes deliciously of vanilla and is beautifully creamy even without egg.

Vanilla sauce is a nice Topping for the most diverse types of ice cream. It goes well with Chocolate ice cream, but also fruit varieties like Cherry Ice Cream or Strawberry ice cream. In the cold season also very tasty with waffles, booklets, yeast dumplings or apple strudel.

In order that the sauce can be stored longer and there is no danger of salmonella, this is a Recipe without egg.

It's in only 10 minutes prepared and can be kept in the refrigerator for 1 week in any case, if you have done a clean job.

The vanilla sauce will keep in a screw-top jar in the refrigerator for at least a week.
The vanilla sauce will keep in a screw-top jar in the refrigerator for at least a week.

Ingredients vanilla sauce

6 portions

Preparation

Preparation time approx. 10 minutes

  • Mix the starch with a few spoonfuls of cold milk in a bowl until completely dissolved without lumps.
Dissolve the starch in a few tablespoons of cold milk.
Dissolve the starch in a few tablespoons of cold milk.
  • Heat the remaining milk in a pot with the sugar.
  • Add the pulp of the vanilla pod and the pod itself and continue to heat while stirring until just before boiling.
Add the vanilla pulp and the pod to the milk in the pot.
Add the vanilla pulp and the pod to the milk in the pot.
  • Remove the pot from the plate.
  • Stir the starch dissolved in milk with a whisk.
Stir the dissolved starch into the warm milk.
Stir the dissolved starch into the warm milk.
  • Place the pot back on the plate and bring to the boil once while stirring.
The vanilla sauce thickens very quickly when heated.
The vanilla sauce thickens very quickly when heated.
  • Allow the sauce to cool a little and meanwhile shake the cream well (the container should be tight or not yet open for this) or froth the cream with a milk frother. Alternatively, this step can also be omitted.
  • Add the appropriate amount of cream to the saucepan with the milk-vanilla mixture and stir well. If lumps form, heat again while stirring.
At the end add the shaken cream and stir in.
At the end add the shaken cream and stir in.

The sauce serve immediately or else warm in a clean container and store in the refrigerator.

A deliciously creamy vanilla sauce that can be made from 5 ingredients in just 10 minutes.
A deliciously creamy vanilla sauce that can be made from 5 ingredients in just 10 minutes.

Tips Vanilla Sauce

  • Why you should only use real vanilla and everything worth knowing you can find in my Articles about vanilla and vanillin read up.
  • First cut the vanilla pod lengthwise with a sharp knife. Make sure that you do not cut it completely, but only the one outer wall. Then scrape out the vanilla pulp with a spoon handle (see picture below).

Scrape the vanilla pulp out of the pod with a spoon handle. The picture shows a special vanilla pod (Vanille bleue), therefore the pulp appears very moist.
Scrape the vanilla pulp out of the pod with a spoon handle. The picture shows a special vanilla pod (Vanille bleue), therefore the pulp appears very moist.
  • If you are missing the yellowish hue of the egg version, you can add a pinch of turmeric. Or you can use brown sugar, e.g. Raw cane sugar*. This results in a light beige shade.
  • Simply leave the vanilla pod in the vanilla sauce. This way it releases even more flavour. With time, the vanilla taste becomes more and more intense.

More Sauces that are quick and easy from a few ingredients can be made yourself, you will also find on my site, including various Caramel sauces, Chocolate sauce or Strawberry sauce.

I especially like vanilla sauce with Peach ice cream or Cassis ice cream.


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