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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.
A sweet strawberry cream!
While alot of people do not taste strawberry, I seem to think strawberry can be overwhelming. I also really love my bakery and cream flavors. So when I set out to make a strawberry, I like the strawberry to be there, but blended into the cream together nicely so it's not a blast of strawberry in your face
So for this recipe I used TPA strawberry which I know alot of people can't seem to taste but I can taste it very well
FA Vienna cream I love to pair with strawberry flavorings for creams but I only used 1% in this recipe because of the custard and cheesecake
The CAP vanilla custard and CAP ny cheesecake is there to give pack the creamy profile
The FW tres leches is there to help the strawberry on it's way and give it more of a milky tone to the recipe
I've tested it after a 2 week steep and the strawberry still holds up (at least for me) I would like to get your thoughts. Though I believe the recipe is fine after 3 days or even a quick SNV
I’m trying to get close to the feeling of this Chinese ice cream that I love.
Feel I’m close enough to share.
I know... I know... TPA’s Honeydew is a f*cking flavored flavor. And 4%? Hell I know. But it is what it is.
The Tres leches gives me a sensation of Brazilian “condensed milk”. If you are sensitive to it, try to swap it to OoO’s milk (cream undertone) @ 2% that blends well too.
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
Wait, wait .... WHY IS IT CALLED BRAZILIAN LEMONADE AND NOT BRAZILIAN LIMEADE ?!?!? I don't see ANY effing lemons anywhere in this recipe !!! Because the word for both lemons and limes in Portuguese is limão. In the US this drink is served at the Brazilian steakhouse chain Fogo de chao. - I have altered one aspect of the traditional drink recipe - I added raspberry. Feel free to omit the raspberry concentrates from this recipe if you don't have them or don't like raspberry. Note all of the concentrates I used to simulate carbonation - I have seen recipes for the actual drink with and without the bubble factor - I personally LOVE all things bubbly.