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** Disclaimer ** this is my first attempt at mixing my own recipe
After hunting for the perfect donut profile via the community listed recipes, I decided to give it a shot myself.
Please note this is only intended to be a base it is not the finished article; you can use it with your preferred creams and fruits to complete the perfect donut mix.
FA Zep - after playing around with all the popular donut concentrates out there, I seem to always come back to this, as it emulates the best interpretation of a fried donut to me, pairing this with a dash of AP just bolstered up that yeasty profile.
FA Custard Prem- adds the perfect amount of cream and vanilla at 1% I feel its not too overpowering or taking anything away from the dough.
CAP Graham Cracker - I chose this concentrate especially for its subtle focus on cinnamon, not to overpowering and a good complement to rest of concentrates.
Cap SS – this is completely optional
All I need now is a good SB jam to pair with this base ,
A delicious cappuccino cake pop. Beautifully baked sponge cake with a cappuccino infused French vanilla cream centre. Truly irresistible and goes great with your morning tea/coffee. If you try my recipes please be so kind to leave a review and rating on said recipe for other mixers to checkout. Enjoy all and stay safe. 💙
A rich caramel custard cheesecake.
The cheesecake base is made up of inawera's yes, we cheesecake. 3.5% makes a sturdy base to build off adding in flavorahs cream and brie cheese adds some extra cheesey and dairy notes to the cheesecake, trying to accomplish a more up market variation. Caps graham cracker i find stands out more than the others and lifts the crust notes in yes, we cheesecake.
Fa's whipped cream is rich and had a slightly fluffyish mouthfeel with vta creme brulee giving off some pudding and custard aswel as some caramel notes we now start making head way on the topnotes. Jf dulce de leche is the most accurate of the bunch and is pretty present at 2% combined with ssa butterscotch to enphasise it abit more.
If you like cheesecakes this ones well worth a try
This isn't really meant to mimic anything, it's just supposed to be delicious. If you must give it a "profile," I suppose we could call it a spiced pear torte with butterscotch cream sauce.
As soon as I tried his pear trinity I knew I wanted to try transplanting it to a different base, not that DAAPled Pears wasn't already perfect, but just to see how it might work as a plug-and-play. I took out Foment's cream base, which I hear is also super portable, and replaced it with the pair of CAP bakeries I used for Titanic. However, after steeping and trying it, it seemed to have a hole in it. I stared at that hole until right shape to fill it came to mind, and that shape was FW Butt Rip.
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I did not use "(TJ) Ice Queen"!
I used https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206727#swedish_queen_jam_stone_by_wallebiela
I nicked the best crumble cake I know to test my Queen Jam
Back in the early days of 2019, before the world went to shit thanks to COVID19 and politicians didn't spread it to each other, @Alfredpudding @eyemakepizza and yours truly decided, that we were in the need of a damn good key lime pie.
So we set sails trying to create what we thought would be the best damn key lime pie we could make.
The pie crust itself is simply just made using TFA Cheesecake (graham crust), INW Yes, We Cheesecake and CAP Graham Cracker.
The filling is super simple, using TFA Bavarian Cream, VT Shisha Lime (which really to us is the best damn lime in current state) and a pinch of meringue. TFA Cheesecake (graham crust) obviously help the filling too.
It's a simple and pretty straight forward recipe, but it stands to prove that you don't need that many ingredients to make something utterly delicious and authentic.
We never got around to uploading this recipe, so now is the time to do so.
Tastes like a moonpie ice cream sandwich but you replaced the marshmallow with vanilla ice cream.
I threw this together for my husband's pod and it actually came out pretty well. The chocolate isnt quite as pronounced and the graham just kind of makes the ice cream seem like they used a heavier cream but it's tasty either way.
For him I used some of the precious lb lava cake v1 but I can see v2 working in it's place because its just to bend the graham a bit into a chocolate graham direction.