Used in 61 recipes at an average of 3.345%.
Was going for for something banana split like, but it turned into this delicious banana's and ice cream flavor. Steep time required. Tested again after 7 days and this is far better than after a s&v.
Banana Split CAP
Banana Cream TFA
Creamy Vanilla Profile with a slight Dairy/Ice cream Note
Vanilla Swirl TFA
Whipped Cream TFA
Sweet Cream TFA
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream TFA
Its close, i may need to slightly edit the banana percentages.
But here it is in all its glory THE BANANA CHURRO
This is the main pastry of the mix, sitting at 3.35% it has just the right amount of texture and flavor without hitting play dough.
Cap Pralines and cream.
This is our pecan dusting, while simultaneously boosting our cream mix.
Cap Banana & Banana Split
Banana split is the start of both our banana and our cream base.
Both are nice, but maintain the artificial flavor i was looking for.
Cap banana reminds me of store bought banana cream pie.
Banana split is ever so slightly different, complementing cap banana and starting a great cream base.
Cap cake batter
This is our cream-churro bridge.
At this low of a percentage it complements the whole recipe.
Added depth to the churro and a touchy of creaminess to the banana.
Cap vanilla whipped cream
This is the part one of our topping.
A delicious cream, and one that compliments the rest of the mix. light vanilla and a dense mouthfeel.
the finishing touch. a light honey drizzle on top of our fluffy churro.
Cap super sweet
This is a 3 fold ingredient
1. It tames the playdoh flavor some people get from cap churro.
2. The citric acid in CSS pops our banana nicely.
3. its a sweet recipe, we dumped sweetened whipped cream, pralines and honey on top of a savory fried pastry.
Live mixing video and notes here
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