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A few weeks ago I came home in the evening. I was soooo hungry. In the refrigerator I found my favorite vanilla pudding. I topped it with hazelnuts and peanuts and was very happy about the taste experience. A sweet cream vanilla pudding with a nutty tartness. So I decided to create a recipe based on that idea.
The (CNV) Vanilla Pudding is an excellent flavor. It is supported by the (CAP) Vanilla Custard and (FA) Cream Fresh. The (CAP) Vanilla Custard adds a little depth on it and the (FA) Cream Fresh adds the whip.
For The Hazelnut Note, I opted for a mix of (FA) Hazelnut and (FW) Hazelnut. (FA) Hazelnut is an authentic but dry hazelnut. To balance that out, I used (FW) Hazelnut. For an extra nuttiness I‘ve added (TPA) AP at 0.5% . Additionally I took the (FLV) Beer Nuts on top.
(You can add 0.3% Super Sweet if you want - I like it without)
The recipe nailed it. Very tasty!
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This is an adaptation of my Hazelnut Cream recipe. I wanted to try some other flavors in it so I replaced the bavarian cream and vbic with vienna cream and vanilla bean gelato instead. I also added a hint of sugar cookie to mellow the strong coffee flavor from Up (coffee) and so I could lower the amount of sweetener. Oh and this is great as a shake & vape btw, steeping helps but it's still excellent right after mixing.
This is a very creamy and sweet hazelnut flavor with vanilla, coffee and bakery undertones. I think Flavour Art's Up is the star here because it gives a great coffee flavor without overpowering the mix, as coffee flavors can often do. It also adds a little bit of a bakery flavor and the marshmallow kinda mellows the coffee a bit and pushes it behind the hazelnut and vanilla. I've only been mixing for about a month and this is my 1st try at this recipe but I already like it significantly more than the Nuts N Cream by Northland that I was trying to emulate. Hope you guys like it! Also, since I'm pretty new to mixing I'd love any and all advice from the veterans here. Enjoy!
The ice cream was pretty simple. I used Mr Evans Ice Cream Trinity as the base. 3 words for that, solid, bold and delicious.
I added 1.25% bavarian cream to it because otherwise the peanut butter, butterpecan and caramel where too dry on the exhale.
I first tried other caramels and it helped with the dryness but it changed the profile completly. So 1% FA Caramel.
For the pea-nuts I went with TPA Peanut Butter DX and FW Butter Pecan. You can easily swap for the regular TPA PB if you want.
The Butter Pecan and AP help the TPA PB really well to hold up after the steep. The Hazelnut I used as a bridge between the nuts and the chocolate.
For the chocolate I normally would have used WF chocolate chunks but for some reason it didn't give me the result I wanted, somehow it didn't work well with the nuts. So I went with TPA DCC. 0.75% is plenty.
It's great as S&V but really delicous after 10 days and even better as it ages.
Tried it in the Hadaly and really loved it MTL in my Millenium and FEV