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(FW) Caramel Cinnamon Roll


By: Flavor West (FW)
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Used in 92 recipes at an average of 2.44%.

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This is a recipe based on the popular Dutch treat, the Stroopwafel

Needs tweaking, but a good foundation to start

This is a cinnamon roll with a banana slice and a caramel glaze on top. Caramel cinnamon roll does the heavy lifting in terms of providing most of the bakery here. The banana is a combo of sa Banana flambe which is a nice cooked banana flavor and tfa bananas foster which brings some brown sugar to the mix. VT Salted caramel boosts the caramel note already here and adds to the dark sweetness I was going for.

Good old apple tart heavy crust apple filling and a nice buttery smooth finish

This is a simple yet oh so tasty apple tart. Pur country apple is like a great baked apple or apple sauce flavor. The apple filling helps bring that texture home with some welcoming spice. The caramel cinnamon roll helps to add to the cinnamon note while bringing a nice warm caramel-y bread-y texture that gets the crust started and lets Pie Crust bring it home with that dry, flaky texture. This is simple yet very addictive. If you want, you can add your favorite sweetener but imo, it doesn't really need any.

FW caramel cinnamon roll, and WF glazed donut create the donut base for this. WF glazed donut is a pretty spot on light fried dough with a cinnamon and slight berry note. in order to turn this into a cake type of donut, I needed to add an additional flavor and FW cinnamon roll provided some additional body to the donut along with butter, cinnamon and caramel notes.

FLV apple filling, INW two apples and FA Brandy create that apple cider flavor that has been infused into the batter . INW two apples was used over other apples since on it own has a cider apple juice type of vibe that works in this application. it would make a great base for a spike apple cider beverage. FA brandy works to turn fruit into a sweet cooked flavor. Apple pie filling is exactly that the pie filling with a nice bakery cinnamon, so it helps to support the cooked apple and spice notes

flv milk and honey adds some body and creaminess and adds some of the darker sweet bakery notes

VT sweet cream helps to blend, add moisture, and body to the mix
NOTES AND SUBS FW caramel cinnamon roll can be subed with CAP cinnaom danish but the cinnamon is slightly different and I tend to get a bit of a metallic note from it. INW two apples can be subed with Pur county apple, which will give you more of a cooked apple vibe,. FLV apple pie filling can be subed for FA apple pie but it needs to be used around 3% to pull out some of those apple notes

This was made for Day time Franks show mixin in the kitchen fall flavors

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This is a spiced apple cinnamon recipe with notes of caramel and bourbon

Made on "Live Mixing: Apple Cinnamon Caramel Bourbon"
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Bananas Foster topped with a bourbon caramel drizzle, toasty buttered pecans, and a melty scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Mixed for more restricted direct lung RTAs, but it's good in everything.

Notes:

TFA Bananas Foster + Banana Cream = the dream team. Seriously the best. Super smooth & gooey banana with some caramelization and slight bready notes.

FW Caramel Cinn Roll + Kentucky Bourbon = FW CCR is amazing. It's got one of the best caramel bakery flavors out there, super sweet and gooey caramel with a nice fluffy cinnamon roll underneath it. The Kentucky bourbon on its own is rather syrupy too, so adds to that thickness and leaves a bit of that astringent boozy aftertaste to the caramel, definitely pokes through the heaviness of the rest of the recipe too. Quite delicious.

INW Custard + CAP VBIC = melty ice cream scoop on top of it all. INW Custard does two things for the recipe: Thickens up that VBIC, but also brings some of that eggy french toast vibe to the bananas foster base we're building on. I opt for less creamy and more buttery/eggy custards in my bakeries because of this. TFA Van Cust wouldn't be too bad here either and would likely blend well with the TFA base. INW just steeps quicker.

PUR Butter Pecan = It's a decent flavor. Just wanted some more malty buttery notes and some nuttiness. FW would be a good replacement but I wanted to mess with some Purilum stuff to see if they'd hold up. Not super upfront but I still think it has its place here.

This is a recipe that I mixed up so many times but could never get it right to where I liked it.
My Wife tested it the one day and when I got home, there was a new version. She used the tiniest adjustments and additions, but made it work Very Well!! I like this as part of my Tobacco rotation

A simple smooth tobacco

I Shake n Vape EVERYTHING, But this as all tobaccos only gets better with time

A Cinnamon Sugar Poundcake mixed for August's Mixers Club.

FW Caramel Cinnamon Roll, JF Yellow Cake, and FLV Poundcake are my cake base here. A good fluffy cakiness that's heavy on the tongue, bolstered with TFA VC to add some egg and butter notes. TFA Bavarian cream keeps it wet and helps it vape smooth. TFA Brown Sugar as the primary sweetener and to add that vibe of the brown sugar marbling throughout the cake.

the theme was lazy, so I went uber lazy with the percentages but it's a pretty good mix! Warning: It's vapeable SNV then over the next few days the cinnamon gets really strong. After about a week it'll die down and the custard and creams will open up a bit.

EDIT: bumped up TFA VC, after a 3 week steep my original test wasn't nearly as thick and buttery as I intended.

Banana and toffee cookie with a touch of cinnamon. This is for the Diy Mixers Crew cinnamon challenge. I don't really like heavy cinnamon recipes but this offers just a nice touch of cinnamon to compliment the toffee and banana cookie. Decent right away but really shines in a week or two.

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