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A fluffy cupcake drenched in condensed milk
Recipe created for the (FW) Tres Leches FlavorBook Entry
This is a buttery bread/tres leches recipe
Made for DIYorDIE Article: Butter (Members Only)
Cheeba Steeba and I have been working together to bring you another great recipe. This mix was inspired by a simple, real life desert I make in the summertime with cake, cream cheese, sugar, and peaches. The breakdown:
FA Apricot - This adds another dimension to the peach flavor to give it a little more complexity
FW Yellow Cake - is the main cake note in the desert
LA Cream Cheese Icing - is the cream cheese and sugar mixture that gets baked into the dessert
FA Liquid Amber - This flavor adds the much needed baked note to the peaches
CAP Sugar Cookie - yellow cake needed some help and cap sugar cookie works with yc perfectly to add some body and weight to the cake portion without making it too dry.
FLV Peach - is the main peach note, this is a great peach flavor, not nearly as harsh as some peach flavors can be, this makes the recipe vape-able right after a mix.
FW Tres Leches - The hardest part of this mix was making a wet cake, and tres leches does a wonderful job of giving the cake a bit more weight while adding some creamy goodness to help the custard and cream cheese icing out
FLV Vanilla Custard - this flavor is used to add some depth to the cream cheese icing and make it thicker and creamier.
You can vape this mix right after a shake but the whole thing comes together better after a few days to a week.
I started trying this one out January of 2016, a recent forum post reminded me to go back to a bottle that's been steeping a few months.
It's not 100% "duchess reserve" yet but it's on it's way & really damn close.
I added the butter pecan & meringue after a suggestion from Mike Peifer (MrColdOne), so he deserves some of the credit for bringing this recipe even closer to completion.
TFA Vanilla Custard also works well here at 4% instead of the cappella.
This is optional, since people are enjoying the current version, any further changes will be published as a new recipe.
This one really needs a good steep to come together.
Development notes on my blog post here: