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Custard Creams are a traditional and classic British biscuit (cookie in the US) . They are a type of sandwich biscuit filled with a creamy, custard-flavoured centre. Traditionally the filling is vanilla flavour . I wanted to do a variation with a much richer , buttery biscuit and a creamy lemon custard filling .
Good after 10 days but really benefits from at least 14 days steeping
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Tres Leches, meaning 3 milks, is a soft white cake infused with whole milk, condensed milk, and topped with a whipped cream frosting. This is a recipe where MaxSavage and Folkart had never had the real thing, so Nachef was our guide into this wonderful dessert. The FA Milk at 2.5% off the shake is a bit forward as a top note, but let it steep for a few days and it begins to blend well with the mix. Full recipe notes at https://youtu.be/sW1fA-An8ws .
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From RUG_ly's Randomixing Ep. 004: Randaiquiri
Making recipes from randomly selected ingredients.
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apple pie kitkat. Saw this pic as posted on the mixenvixens fb page by a member and just had to have a crack at it. Also perfect for the Developed challenge ;)
I love ID10Ts GTKK2019 and took some notes from him here but wanted it to be different enough to be my own thing.
I discovered the wf combo of sugar cone and crispy wafer awhile ago and its so damn good i had to try it in my version of a kitkat. Its crispy and sweet and perfect for this.
Wf white fudge and mb white chocolate paired together makes for a phenomenal WC note comparable or better than the fw/flv combo in my honest, humble opinion lol. Its my latest favorite go to. Discovered it while playing around with a WC snickers recipe I'm stuck on.
Apple filling is an OBVIOUS choice here. I'm sure the real chocolate bar has this sort of a vibe vs. fresh apples lol
WF caramel rice crispy treats here is my secret weapon. This is my version of what i think this could taste like, not a spot on representation of the actuality of what the professional chocolateeres do.....so here, this adds to the overall experience. Caramel hides well behind WC so i used this higher at 2% but it should build right into the mix and just boost things up another level.
I kept the sweetener low at first because of some of these flavors being sweet on their own.
Gonna let this sit a week before i even touch it. Edit* i lied I tried it lol apple pie was toooo overbearing at 1.25% so i realized quickly it needs to be way more in the back and balanced better. .75% hit much closer to the mark for me, I'm gonna let this one sit now, im very hopeful.
A thick, creamy raspberry shake-ish profile with a butterscotch ribbon throughout.
FLV Red Raspberry and INW Raspberry Concentrate have been my go-to for raspberry in desserts. A little jammy, a little candy, a little realistic.
LB Vanilla Ice Cream for texture and that clean vanilla base.
VT Milkshake Base for some of that sweet, sweet malt.
FA Butterscotch because it’s the best.
A creamy rich Banana Custard tart with Butterscotch and a hint of Vanilla . For the base i used TPA Pie Crust with INW Biscuit . I also added a touch of VT Butter Base for a richer buttery taste and to add mouthfeel to the recipe . VT Banana Custard has become a real favourite of mine . I do find that in bakeries the Banana can seem quite weak and so i have added some FLV Banana to help push it more to the front . I have added FA Custard Premium and FLV Vanilla Pudding to increase texture and mouthfeel . The Vanilla Pudding also helps with vanilla notes . I have added sweetener but this is optional depending on personal preference
RUG_ly's RandoMixing Ep. 002: Bulletproof Coffee: What could possibly go wrong?
Making recipes from randomly selected ingredients.
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This is my entry into the #developedpie assignment.
This mix is meant to mimic Little Debbie Oatmeal Cream Pies.
They might not be a traditional pie but I wasn’t going to make apple or peanut butter pie because everyone else is going to do that.
WF Oats & Cream Cookie is a perfect starting point. The cookies in Little Debbies Oatmeal Cream Pies are super chewy and dark. I used VT Xmas Pudding to help achieve that. It adds that chew that this recipe needs and the spice and raisin notes really help the authenticity. I added TFA Oatmeal Cookie in to boost the Oatmeal note and make sure that it doesn’t get covered up or steep out.
The cream that’s inside of these suckers is fluffy and sticky and it has a slight vanilla note. It reminds me a lot of that Jet Puffed Marshmallow Cream that comes in a jar. I had consider OOO Marshmallow Vanilla because it’s my favorite, but I thought maybe the vanilla would come through too much and turn it into more of a frosting. FA Marshmallow gives me what I need without the vanilla. The FA isn’t fluffy enough by itself. I used OOO whipped cream to fill both of those roles and make the cream filling exactly what it needs to be.
Lastly I sweeten with FW Sweetness at 1%.
I’ve been chasing that Biscoff Cookie Butter profile for a long time and I’m still so far off... BUT, I stumbled across a very good 321 that I thought I would share. This really comes together after 5 days or so and continues to get better. Let me know what you think and if you are chasing the cookie butter profile, let me know what’s been working for you... thanks!