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I've adjusted this a little bit because I think the Waffle flavor amount I used in this first batch is a little bit much. I dropped it by 0.10% in this recipe. Originally I used 0.25%. If you want to try it the original way, there is your percentage. It is possible, since it's only been steeping for 4 days that the waffle flavor will mellow out more after another 2 weeks of steeping.
I don't think this recipe is in any way finished. I'm going to let this original batch steep for another week or two and revisit it on the show to see how it turned out and what adjustments should be made.
I think if you like bakeries to be a little sweeter, you may want to add in 0.25% of a sucralose based sweetener, up to 1% if you're using TFAs.
Crazy Good Apple Pie In A Donut... Talked about it on the show Mixing It Up episode #12 Flakey donut, wrapped around a layered apple pie filling. THe pie crust adds to the donut flavors, with a rich smattering of cinnamon and a dash of creamy on top.
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I know after all the hate Brie Cheese has gotten recently it is going to be hard to convince anyone to give this a try, but if you like apple mixes you should at least make a 10 ml of this. The pear and apple are a great combination and the musky brie cheese does wonders to bring out the sweetness of the fruits. Very simple mix, the sweetener is there to round out the harshness of the apple an provide just a touch more sweetness.
So I know Brie has caught quite a lot of flack lately but, when used properly it can be quite nice. I mixed this cranberry and brie just to prove to myself, and the world that brie cheese has its place and can add quite a bit to a recipe. The muskiness of the brie really showcases the tartness of the cranberry as well as the sweetness from the raspberry. Vanilla shisha was used just to give it a little more creamy vanilla body.