Used in 1923 recipes at an average of 2.083%.
So if anyone has ever tried my original A&W root beer float and thought it was good well I got a good tip and inverted it into this one and with the 2 different root beer flavors in this one they give it alil more spice with a nice smooth ice cream notes in the background give this one a shot guys U might like this one better
If you are patient this is probably gonna be the best strawberry custard you ever vaped.
It's great after a month, after 2 months or longer it's from another planet.
All credits to Kevin Reed and his Kreeds Custard. His custard is the custard base in this recipe.
TPA Cotton candy at 1%
CAP French Vanilla at 4.5%
CAP New York Cheesecake at 4.5%
CAP Vanilla Custard V1 at 6%
That's all you need for an awesome custard.
If you are as lazy as me, check the oneshot on chefs and mix it up at 16%
10£ for 100ml of concentrate. It's a bargain.
3% FA Juicy Strawberry & 2% INW Shisha Strawberry my favorite strawberry for a custard.
Mix it up, be patient and enjoy.
I usually mix up 100ML Kreed's Custard concentrate (625ML juice) and store it for a couple months.
Afterwards you can add whatever you want to it, butterscotch, fruits, caramels, butterpecans, ...................
Ijsboerke Vanille à la Crème Fraîche...
This is a very enjoyable and smooth Belgian Vanilla Ice cream I was chasing for a while.
The vanilla is the prominent flavor, it really needs the sweetener for sure.
You can add small amounts of fruit to your liking, making a Strawberry Ice Cream or such.
I do suggest to steep for about a week.
FW VBIC is a great base for Ice Creams imo, it just needs some help.
The best additions for this one are:
- (HS) Ice cream and (CAP) New York Cheesecake for thickness.
- (CAP) French vanilla and (Inawera) Shisha Vanilla to support the Vanilla flavor.
- (OOO) Cream Milky Undertone PG is a good blender, and together with the Merengues and (FW) Hazelnut it's perfect for the right ice cream milk.
I hope you will enjoy Ijsboerke Vanille à la Crème Fraîche as much as us Belgians do. ;)