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These were cookies that were manufactured by Nabisco and sold in the NYC metro area from the 1940's thru 1970's. They were 2 Nilla Wafer cookies with a marshmallow center and a thin layer of some sort of apricot jelly that made the marshmallow stick to the cookies. Over the years there have been many attempts by the public to have Nabisco bring them back, still to no avail. There is nothing on the market to even compare them to, they were amazing, here's my take on it...let me know if you know the cookies or possible improvements that can be made.
A Milk and Honey inspired remix... for old times' sake.
It's an overdone profile (graham cracker, banana and some nut flavouring) but I wanted to have another bash at remixing Milk and Honey. This one is more of a M & H inspired juice than a clone but still manages to scratch that itch.
Toasted Almond is the main nut flavour I get from M & H. Not so sure I get peanut butter, which didn't taste right when used. 1% TFA Toasted Almond provides a subtle almond background and a toasted top-note.
To my tastebuds at least, the key to M & H's profile is TFA Bananas Foster. It's creamy with subtle banana, caramel and spice notes. However, it lacks body and can get lost in a mix so was boosted with 1.25% TFA Banana Nut Bread, which adds more body and complex sweetness. This also helps it stand up to CAP Graham.Cracker V2 which would otherwise overpower everything.
1% CAP Graham Cracker 2 accents the recipe with a biscuit texture and adds holiday spice and molasses notes. It's far more complex and nuanced than CAP Graham Cracker 1 which is a plain cinnamon cracker so don't sub it out.
The hardest part in developing this recipe was finding a cream that could blend without interfering with the overall profile. However, a bit of help came from the much maligned yet overlooked, CAP VC 2. It may be unpleasant at higher percentages but at lower percentages it's an amazing blending cream which adds body without interfering with the overall flavour.
Usually M & H remixes contain Marshmallow but there's already plenty of ethyl maltol sweetness coming from the banana ingredients used. Also, whenever I did use marshmallow, it muddled up the profile.
FW Sweetener provides a necessary sucralose boost at 1%
Nice as a S&V but 3 days recommended.
Since a lemon tart is a fairly straightforward profile I am presenting a normal recipe. Un- fairyfied 🤔
JK 🤣 I added sweetener so it took me to 9 Ingredients 😂
TFA and Cap Vanilla Cupcake make up my full on vanilla cake with frosting notes.
FA cookie fills in my bakery notes
FA Lemon Sicily is my primary Lemon note
SC Lemon is a strong lemon note that pushes the lemon notes in FA and helps it not fade.
FA Bergamot adds some zing/zest
WF SC Buttercream Frosting serves as a light artificial buttercream frosting flavor and at this 2% it’s also my sweetener.
Note : Flavor Monks Tobacco bastards Bourbon # 9 is used in this recipe @ 2.5%, it is not listed in the ATF FM list.
My thoughts on this recipe ..I was going for Smooth Tobaccoish flavor with some graham and Brown sugar notes I also used Flavor Monks Tobacco Bastard Bourbon #9 to give it a gentleman's flavor , the AP was used to add nuttiness to the mix .. its a pretty good mix very pleasent ..almost an after dinner type feel... Sitting on the porch watching the Southern sun set mmmm mmm yall come back no yah hear....
Light cinnamon graham crackers dipped in birthday cake batter with cream cheese icing. Spoon-lickingly delicious.
A trip down memory lane with an old school profile. I've just "discovered" CAP Cake Batter and found out I absolutely love it. It could have gone the other way either as Cake Batter is a notorious marmite flavour: you either love it or detest it. And even though there are lots of newer cake/ dough flavours around, none taste quite like CAP Cake Batter. Basically, it's a gooey, cheap-tasting vanilla dough which coats your mouth and messes up your face as you lick it off that giant wooden spoon.
It might be an old school flavour but still beats the hell out of more recent flavours if you're after that cheap birthday cake batter taste.
2% CAP Cake Batter is boosted with 2.5% CAP Sugar Cookie. 1% LA Cream Cheese Icing thicken things up with some tangy sugary icing. CAP Graham Cracker V2 was chosen over V1 as it's a lighter flavour and has a slight gingery cinnamon taste I love. It's a potent flavour and usually kept low but was raised to 1.25% to push that cinnamon through the thick cake batter layer. A dash of TFA Vanilla Swirl helps blend everything. Finally, 0.35% FLV Sweetness for the sweet tooth.
This one can be licked off the spoon the next day but best after 3.
The dragon fruit helps out the fuji apple to become a apple filling.
The cinnamon danish swirl becomes part of the base and adds a cinnamon tast to the mix complimenting the apple and bakerie notes.
The biscuit and Graham cracker turn the danish swirl into a crust.
After mixing ID10-t apple danish swirl that was pritty good i decided to turn it into a apple pie.