Used in 633 recipes at an average of 2.088%.
A buttery sweet doughnut, dipped in melted chocolate, served fresh. Have with a coffee for afternoon tea.
INW Biscuit / FW Yellow Cake / FA Joy - This is a fantastic dough base to start from, all three come together to form a wonderful cakey taste and mouth-feel. FW Yellow Cake can be subbed for other Yellow Cakes, I use this because deliciousness.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl - Used here at 1.25% to add a little bit of spice to the mix.
CAP Funnel Cake - I've been experimenting with Funnel Cake a lot, Used here at 5% it really boosts the Doughnut right into another stratosphere. It gives the cake a fried texture along with a sweetness on the exhale, The Funnel Cake is the real work dog of the recipe.
INW Milk Chocolate / CAP Butter Cream - Used together for the chocolate glaze, This combo gives a nice buttery milk chocolate taste that sits on the tip of the tongue. The Butter Cream adds a creamy, glazey note to the chocolate, they work together to create a wonderfully, rich, chocolate glaze....like best friends do.
I love this as a shake 'n' Vape, but would say it could do with at least a 7 day steep to let the chocolate and Butter Cream really meld.
Banana Fritters with Vanilla Ice-Cream like my Mother never made me.
FA Banò (banana) - I used this because it's a really nice natural banana flavour, no candy tones here. at 3% it adds a nice banana creaminess, without being overpowering.
CAP Funnel Cake - This is the main star of the recipe, at 6% it really adds that crispy, battered, deep fried flavour with a nice powdered sugar feel on the exhale. (edit: I bought this down by half....)
TPA VBIC - This does two jobs here, it adds the vanilla to the fritters, but also starts off the ice cream with the thickness and creaminess one craves.
FA Meringue - Taking a cue from Wayne Walkers (ENYAWREKLAW) Cuprian here. The Meringue adds a thickness to the ice cream, and adds buttery notes to the fritters.
TPA Marshmellow - Thanks again Wayne! Gives the recipe a nice Ice Cream mouth feel, at 1% allows the Funnel Cake to do it's thing.
CAP Bavarian Cream - Mixed at 1% gives the ice cream a nice creamy boost.
Pretty great as a shake n' Vape, but even better after 7 days steep.
Flaky, crispy turnover with a gooey apple filling. Not too harsh on the throat or heavy. Sorry if you have to buy the Funnel Cake, but it really gives this recipe the authentic crispy turnover flavor.
CAP Funnel Cake - 5% - While Reddit seems to think this is a nasty flavor, I disagree. It gives a fatty, flaky, state fair kinda bakery taste. It's pretty rich and accurate to me. At 5% is a the main component of the recipe, but leaves room for the other flavors.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl - 3% - Adds a bit more cinnamon sugary taste, softens and combines with the Funnel Cake to make the "turnover" for the recipe. At 3% this is there to fill out but not take over the recipe.
JF Fuji - 2% - A bit less sharp than FA, 2% is definately enough to be present and noticable, but not harsh your throat or be too in-your-face.
TFA Strawberry Ripe - 3% - Purely a supporting player for the Fuji. Here it is to more candy sweetness and and brightness to the recipe, rather than actual strawberry.
FA Liquid Amber - .5% - Lifted this idea from Apple Buttah, this turns the Fuji and Strawberry into the gooey fruit filling of the turnover.
Mixed at 70/30, gets better with a steep but is a decent shake and vape as well.
Based on some new info gleaned from beginner mixing I decided to omit meringue and marshmallow that I had been specifically using for sweetness and instead went with vanilla cupcake. Also of note I added funnel cake in to slightly up the hint of cinnamon. For those that experience a yeasty or "beer" taste from fa joy you can omit it as I'm betting with the use of the other donut flavors it is likely not needed.