(FLV) Jammy Berry


By: Flavorah (FLV) - Buy Direct

Used in 314 recipes at an average of 0.71%.

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Loads of dark berries in a creamy, sweet base. Yum.

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Wow, Flavorah did it with the Blackberry. Excellent!!!
This is a Blackberry yogurt cake.
Flavorah Pound cake is the cake element, I am using Pastry Zest to add a touch of lemon. The Greek yogurt is adding some creamy texture the cake layer, and the Frosting is going to sweeten this and add a glaze.
The star Blackberry I used at .75, which to me was perfect especially adding a touch of Jammy Berry.
Give about 5 days for nap time.

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A mixed berry and grape lemonade

This ones for all the fruit lovers, a sweet lemonade with the mixed dart berries and grape following thereafter.

I wanted to take the black currant a bit higher but it starts to get floral so I bolstered the mix with boysenberry, the jammy berry is there to give it a syrupy taste.

You can vape this straight away but after a week is what I recommend to get a bit more mouthfeel.

Sweetener is subjective, drop it out of you wish.

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Raspberry & Custard Danish

The raspberry aspect is mainly made up of vta raspberry jam, one of my favourites amongst raspberries. Ive paired this with flavorah red raspberry which unfortunatly suffers from that watered down taste some other raspberries have but at 1% helps the jam feel slightly baked and the vta prevents the watery feeling appearing. Added a touch of jammy berry for good measure and the help shine over the buttery notes.

Pastry wise ive been trialing croissant by vta which i thinks pretty accurate and buddied up with philly butter cake at 2% it develops abit more of a cakey layer and ups the butter for the danish. Fa joy finishes this off to what i feel is a pretty authentic danish base.

Supporting flavours are a topping of almond and meringue to replicate a light frosting. Vc2 makes a good custard for this recipe as i find it can be a little pudding like and softer than caps and fa's custards.
Sweeten to taste and hope you enjoy

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Just a good jelly filled doughnut with a little powdered sugar.

NOTES: CAP CRANBERRY IS SSA CRANBERRY JAM
CAP BISCUIT IS SSA SHORTBREAD BISCUIT
OOO POWDERED SUGAR IS SSA VANILLA SUGAR

Firstly this isnt entirely accurate if im honest. The shortbread is a little doughy (cookie doughy) and slightly undercooked, jf biscuit does bring in more crisp biscuit notes however the custard dials the grainy mouthfeel down slightly.
That being said, this doesnt taste like crap at all, its rich and butter heavy, carries a great mouthfeel boosted by the custard with nice cookie dough like biscuit qualities. The cranberry is on point and boosted by flv's jammy berry, ive not added sweetener as the berry jam is already sweet enough to cut through and stand out from the buttery biscuit and custard layers.
Deffo worth a try ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ

Edit:
Wf crumble topping instead of jf biscuit works well too ๐Ÿ˜‹

Itโ€™s a jelly filled powered doughnut, but with cranberry.

Mango, berry and cereal smoothie with coconut milk. Once blended, its not certain what variety of the ingredients you will taste at what time. A breakfast smoothie to perk the senses.

Hobbit's snack, the tale of a muffin, a journey through Flavorah Land.
The base here is lembas bread and popcorn. At 1.3% it's just the right amount to shine and popcorn is here to add a little bit of butter and a tiny bit of texture. I use jammy berry as a dark fruit base(at 0.3% it's not too syrupy) and add a combination of three brighter fruit( peach, persimmon and cranberry) to lighten jammy berry and add a fresh and sweet fruitiness. Sweetness is a little bit high at .8% but I wanted to make a " fun to eat muffin" not a diet one....allow 5 to 7 days for lembas bread to show up nicely and to jammy berry to calm down. Enjoy!

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