I finally feel that I've nailed a mix that I've tried multiple variations of. The jelly was tough to nail down. It says V2 because I've lost count on how many tries it took to get the jelly right. TPA sweet raspberry gives it the brightness and sweetness without any floral notes that I needed. Jammy berry brings out the jelly and adds a dark berry note like the real krimpet. Golden butter and vanilla cupcake authenticate the cake near perfectly. Apple and boysenberry assist the raspberry and is in the actual recipe so that's why they are there.
An sweet and in your face punch of a grape bubble gum.
Mixed for Mixin’ in the Kitchen #44? This is a cheap fried pie with hints of unemployment and despair. Like you used the change from panhandling at the off ramp to buy a snack. CAP strawberries and cream is as artificial as they come and mixes well with the fried pie crust. FLV frosting adds a layer of sweetness like that sugary crap you find baked into their cheap ass pies.
The Bûche de Noël is a Christmas tradition among the French that dates back to the 19th century. The cake represents the yule log that families would burn starting on Christmas Eve. The burning of the yule log symbolized the new year to come and would bring good luck to the family. While no one is positive on exactly how the yule log turned into a cake, everyone can agree it's a delicious tradition we never want to end.
The cake in this mix is represented by FA Chocolate Glazed Doughnut, I chose this because I wanted to incorporate the chocolate and cake notes of the doughnut.
The heavy cream is replicated by using FA Fresh Cream and VT Pudding Base to make a heavy and sweet cream with a hint of vanilla.
For the icing I used a combination of VT Chocolate Base and VT Dark Chocolate to make it sweet and a slightly bitter at the same time.
TFA Butter is used as an emulsifier and the FA Madagascar is used to help with the authenticity of the dessert.
OOO Powdered Sugar is like the garnish on top and FW Sweetener because it's a cake. It's supposed to be sweet.