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This is one of my favorite recipes of mine.i think its close to perfect.you can sub the peanut butter with any other peanut butter.you have to use tpa’s peanut butter at high % you could even go to as high as 8% with it.i didn't want the peanut butter to be the main flavor,i wanted it to take a back seat to OOO’s strawberry jam which is amazing.enjoy.. please give feedback i want your opinions
Sometimes when I am looking for a flavor, it helps to knock on it's neighbors doors. Waffle and biscuit make up the french toast bakery notes. Once I settled on proportions and balance, the Maple and Butter worked like magic to authenticate the profile. This is a really delicious profile and is enjoyed by friends and work-mates. I received a lot of compliments on this one. I hope you enjoy it as well. If you try it, please help a brother out and leave a comment. Peace out.......
Profile: A traditional Strawberry Cheesecake with Graham Cracker crust.
The body: CAP New York Cheesecake and CAP Sweet Strawberry are the dominant flavors here with a little CAP Bavarian Cream for added depth .
Supporting flavors: The TPA Graham Cracker Clear and CAP Golden Butter finish off this recipe for a perfect crust to cake ratio.
Steep time: This mix doesn't really come to life until at least 2 weeks. The Cheesecake will be quite strong and the Strawberry will be on the tart side until then. The depth of flavor and mouth feel need a full months steep to really develop and it will continue to improve for a couple more months.
Profile: A three layered Custard Cake with a light sweet lemon finish.
The body: TPA Vanilla Custard II and CAP Vanilla Custard v2 are the dominant flavors here with CAP Vanilla Cupcake V2 to soften the richness of the Custards. CAP New York Cheese Cake V2 was added to simulate the moist dense texture of Pound Cake.
Supporting flavors: The combination of CAP Juicy Lemon, CAP Bavarian Cream and CAP Golden Butter add a smooth but tangy citrus note that is present but not overpowering. It is noticeable on the inhale but much more present on the exhale.
Steep time: This recipe really comes to life after 2-3 weeks. The depth of flavor and mouth feel are spot on with a full months steep
Blueberry Jam on buttery toast, original recipe by @Sublimeice!
TPA Blueberry Extra, FA Bilberry, and FW Blueberry are the blueberry base of this recipe. Thanks to @EdibleMalfunction for that!
RF Blueberry Jam with Toast is the main player here, bringing some jammy blueberry backing note and the hint of toast that sells this recipe.
CAP Golden Butter adds a rich buttery mouthfeel that goes with the toast element.
CAP Super Sweet makes it taste like a commercial liquid.
I wanted a blueberry muffin. Then all of a sudden, I wanted a cereal. A Blueberry muffin cereal, sure. But it also feels like a toast. So do this: Make a loaf of blueberry bread, then pop a couple slices in the toaster. Pop em out right after the outside is just slightly kissed with the crisp, but before it actually begins to toast. Now cut the slices into little cubes and leave em out for a day or so until they just barely start to go stale. Convince yourself that this is what cereal is, and dump it into a bowl of milk. Great. Blueberry muffin toast cereal. Have a swell morning.
FA Bilberry because I love Ed's Trinity. FW Blueberry for the same reason. Left out the TFA Blueberry Extra so FLV Blueberry Muffin could grab the bat.
CAP Golden Butter for a bit of a densely sweet mouthfeel with a subtle dairy note. Cereal 27 for some flaky cerealification. FLV Cream at 1% because hey, maybe I was almost out of milk and used the last couple drops in the jug. TFA Vanilla Custard 2 because it just makes it better. FE Lemon for a bright note. Finally, FA Forrest fruit. I don't have a reason for using it in here, maybe I just wanted to throw a subtle hint out there that there's more than just blueberries in here. Cap Super Sweet because it's not supposed to be healthy.