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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
It really doesn't get easier than this. I threw this together just to see if I could make a simple recipe out of the flavors. It worked. I know it seems to easy to taste great, but until you try it you won't believe me. So give it a mix and let me know what you think. The recipe is pretty self explanatory.
The biggest complaint I was getting was that TFA Banana Cream brought out a little bit of runtiness for some people. I eliminated that issue by swapping it for FLV Banana. FLV Banana is the creamiest banana out there and has an amazing mouthfeel. Unfortunately, it also comes with a little bit of a laffy taffy flavor.
I really did not want to make another plain Banana Custard so I decided to adapt this for a pod. This involved tinkering with the %s a bit, but the end result is amazing. Also, since it is a pod, the laffy taffy notes from FLV Banana do not seem to be coming through. This retains all the flavor from the original recipe, but it adds a better mouthfeel, has no candy off-notes, and is built for the convenience of your pod/MTL devices!
My goal was to recreate a banana cookie with hints of honey and cinnamon that I used to eat as a child. I tried this before with no success because the banana layer just wasn't right because of missing flavors. I nailed this profile as soon as I got some more bananas in my stash.
This is good as a SNV but everything goes into place after a week.
VT Biscuit Base/FA Cookie - these two together bring a perfect crunchy buttery cookie
Bananas - At these % this blends into the cookie base perfectly to create a single unit banana cookie
FA Honey - Just enough to give the needed honey
VT Honeycomb - This helps boost the honey and bring some creaminess into the profile
CAP Cinnamon Sugar - This brings a nice cinnamon without overtaking all the other flavors
FA Vanilla Tahity - This was the chosen vanilla for the mix, it fits perfectly into the cookie and cannot be substituted for any other vanillas
CAP Super Sweet - I actually use my own sucralose dilution that is very similar to super sweet in strength but doesn't contain all the other ingredients found in it. As always, add it to your liking but at 0.25 this brings just enough sweetness to the mix
I have been mixing for around 2 yeas and this is my first contribution to ATF, any input from you on here would be very welcome, good or bad!
Banana, Chocolate and Biscuit Crepe!
This recipe is a little bit complicated, making it harder for me to add a comprehensive explanation about why I picked each ingredient and how they interact with eachother. I ll try to do it at a later time! I just really liked this mix, and wanted to share it :) This one is a steeper, for the first couple of days all you are gonna taste is the bananas and the WF Crepe SC, this is because the Crepe concentrate really likes to overpower everything else. After 5-6 days everything settles.
Four ingredients can make a delicious pudding. This one came to life because I wanted to see if it would work, and amazingly it did. Flavorah's Vanilla Pudding is the star of the show giving a rich, sweet, creamy pudding base which actually takes the candy runt away from the banana to me. The cookie was a simple choice for 'nilla wafers and SessionDrummer came up with the idea for whipped cream (I've made it with and without and it's better with).
This is a reworked recipe that I did a few years ago https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/26516#dirty_banana_by_xxxleonidasxxx that, when I first came up with was really good, but got heavy quick. So I remixed the same flavor profile with a lighter cream note to make it more friendly.
You wouldn't think banana and mint would go well together...don't knock it til you try it.
Again, this is a tribute to The Plume Rooms Banana Mint Milkshake
A chocolate creamy banana chewy sweet.
Just plaing with acai and thought banana would match it well.
Acai gives a thin chocolate-like layer and the 2 bananas combine to give the fake sweet banana candy. I've used the cream to reduce the acai prescence a little, for mouth feel and to blend the 3 together. The pear just adds a little sweetness, wetness and adds to the fake banana flavour.
This is the first recipe I've published so any feedback (good or bad) is really appreciated.