You can substitute the normal fine salt with vanilla-flavored salt instead. Don’t increase or decrease the original salt amount in the recipe.
You can use a 1:2 ratio when using reduced vanilla liqueur. Use 2 teaspoons of liqueur for every teaspoon of vanilla extract.
This replacement for vanilla extract only works for recipes that use milk or a milk alternative. Again, replace the unflavored milk with the vanilla milk for the best results.
It only works for sweeter products, especially baked goods. This option will have to be experimented with. And keep in mind that it will completely change the flavor profile of the item.
You can also use a one-to-one replacement. Don’t use imitation maple syrup. The pure options have a natural vanilla undertone.
Almond extract is also slightly sweetened and has a natural vanilla undertone. Substitute the two in equal amounts. Don’t add too much almond extract or it may make the recipe bitter. It’s also an alternative that works best in baked goods.