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This is blueberry jam cookie CLONE spot tf on . i’m actually hype . my girl loves blueberry jam cookie so she always wanted me to clone this i’ve always knew it was a real simple recipe i just didn’t know what blueberry it was until i found blueberry extra by capella . as soon as i smelled it i knew right away and it’s a commercial illiquid so i just knew they were using a blueberry with the word “jam” in it . i always thought it might be blueberry jam by capella . so as soon as i smelled that one i was like yup that’s got to be it . and we always usually use 2 blueberrys in a mix . anyhow i used FA torrone because it brightens the blueberrys and also i know this flavor very well and it very well taste like it’s in the OG sadboy recipe ,( torrone has a lemon flavor to it) . i also used brown sugar by TPA to give these blueberry flavors more depth and it just makes a blueberry mix so much better . (learned that from fresh03) i’m using CAP sugar cookie to back up the FA cookie ( it’s a very tasty pairing ) using TPA sweetener is recommended because it has EM and Sucralose , with the EM giving the blueberry a candy kind of effect . I will be releasing the strawberry jam cookie in the next few days . Happy mixing !
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After this post people seemed to think I actually love @ID10-T but truth be told, I just wanted to torture him. That task is made significantly more difficult by the fact that he's a masochist. So, without further adieu, I present my second attempt at torturing @ID10-T where I not only substitute both blueberries in his iconic recipe but every other flavor, as well.
Bonus: I'll add notes later, I'm a too busy at the moment.
If you don't have a flavor, just sub in whatever. It doesn't matter.
🏷️ Soft Baked Golden Cookies topped with Matcha Green Tea Cream and Fresh Berries.
This recipe is inspired by the painting “Starry Night over the Rhone” by Vincent van Gogh. I was moved by Van Gogh’s bold use of contrasting color (vibrant blues, buttery yellows, golds, and greens), rich texture, and expressive style. I wanted to pay homage to Van Gogh by creating a recipe that expressed the same qualities.
Top: Matcha Cream, Esai Tea, and Jade Tea combine to create a velvety soft, smooth, and milky matcha green tea cream; with notes of a mild culinary grade matcha, savory black tea, and lightly green and crisp green tea.
Sandwiched inside this fragrant cream are mild notes of freshly picked juicy bilberries. The amalgamation of Bilberry, Blueberry Extra (SL) (CAP) and Blueberry Extra (TPA) makes for a sweet, tart, and natural Bilberry flavor.
Base: Married into the cream, sits a nutty golden cookie. Almond Cookie, Beer Nuts, and Biscuit were combined to make this cookie base. The subtle notes of almond, walnut, and dry roasted peanuts also help to crisp up the edges of the soft baked cookie. Not only does the cookie add texture to the overall recipe, it’s a nice nutty and buttery contrast to the brighter teas and juicy bilberries.
I wanted to create a simple recipe just using the Capella silverline flavours I’ve kept it simple to let these 3 shine.
This simple recipe is a crumbly biscuit with added texture and glue formed from using using whipped marshmallow then add some sugar cinnamon on top and you have a perfect baked biscuit.
Only additional flavour was some much needed sweetener.
Simple but creative I hope you enjoy it as much as me.