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You ever dream of a nice piece of cake with ice cream on top? I dream of the cake after the ice cream melts and saturates the cake with all that creaminess. This is what I am trying to portrait here, a nice slice of cake with melted ice cream. Tres Leches gives me the foundation that I can build upon add the Yellow cake and the angel cake to give it more of that base cake flavor. Vanilla Custard and Vanilla Swirl gives this recipe more of the vanilla note and Whipped Marshmallow gives it a sweeter topping. I have grown fond of this recipe I believe it is a good ADV if you like bakery.
Ok, i have secretly worked on this for a while, it may not be acceptable to some but it tastes like the juice I get at my local vape store and that is their most popular juice, they sell s**t loads of em
FA tahity lime cold pressed: probably my favourite lime, in small amounts it's perfect IN MY OPINION, and I'm pretty sure it's in that juice I spoke about ^
INW biscuit: I know it has changed, used to be my favourite bakery, but still goes well IN MY OPINION in this mix
CAP yellow cake: nice and sweet, fluffy in a way, almost an anise aroma to it, works in this recipe
CAP Butter cream: just wanted it to be a bit buttery and this has worked in my favour
INW yes, we cheesecake: just a good cheesecake for the base, it's my favourite.
FW sweetener (sucralose) : OK I get it, I should have got CAP super sweet, but my local DIY store didn't have it.
At the end of all this you get a nice sweet, buttery, custardy cheesecake with a fluffy centre and a touch of lime, it's probably my favourite mix. But the idea of it is supposed to be light, not heavy. That's my spin on key lime pie
Similar to my raspberry cheesecake recipe just taken a step further.
Strawberry ripe and sweet raspberry give that beautiful sweet raspberry flavor I can't seem to get enough of.
Biscuit and sugar cookie offer up a nice sweet crust for the cheesecake to sit on.
Ny cheesecake is here for obvious reasons and yellow cake just adds a nice cake fluff to it if you will
Almond and coconut candy. The two that look the most out of place in this recipe. It never would have crossed my mind but before even trying to construct this recipe I looked up an actual baking recipe. Almond extract and coconut where two ingredients. I thought why the hell not it sounds good. In the first few testing days the coconut was way too forward. I almost scrapped the recipe and wanted to make a V2 leaving it out. But I was patient and to my surprise after about 7-10 days it fades somewhere into the distance just leaving a nice subtle coconut cream with a little nutty help from the almond. It's hard to explain until you experience it for yourself.
I hope you guys enjoy this one as much as I have been. Give this one a solid week or more for everything to fall into it's comfort zone