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A delicious light and fresh cake that is staple of Southern BBQ's. Layers of yellow cake infused with mandarin oranges are stacked with a fruity mixture of whipped topping, pineapple, vanilla instant pudding, and topped with sweet coconut.
I will probably sub out FW's Yellow Cake in the future, due to the Fructose. Thinking of using Flavor Jungle or River Flavors Yellow Cake. This is my first recipe so any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
This recipe was originally created for the Developed Flavorah challenge but I submitted another recipe Cookie dough RY4 .Smooth and creamy cocktail like vibe going on in this mix papaya, Mango and some hints of Melon and coconut definitely a change of pace for my daily life of dark and rich RY4's give it a mix and sit back and enjoy the tropical vibe...
This is my version of cheesecake, there are many like it but this is mine. Seriously it's just a plain cheesecake and I'm pretty dang happy with how it turned out.
In my house, cheesecake is ALWAYS made with crust, it's okay if you're house does it wrong (grins). I don't judge how you make cheesecake (at least to your face) so you leave my beautiful graham crust filled version alone and no one gets hurts (lol). I really enjoyed the creaminess of this and hope you will too!
All of my favorites in one mix. Why would I do this? Because I wanted to see if I could bring my tastebuds to one delicious Big O! Slip into this delicious, creamy, unique form of bliss and let your senses be overwhelmed with flavors that will make you so full of happiness you'll reach for it over and over again.
Sweet mixed berry with a slightly tart/sour finish
Starting with forest fruit and adding blackberry to darken things up a bit. Adding juicy lemon enhances the underlying touch of tartness in forest fruit. Coconut added a nice background note and also blends well with berries. Off the shake you will indeed get a lemony sour note, after 12 hr or so the distinct lemon flavor fades and winds up as a slight tart/sour note in the finish of this tasty mix.
Sweeten and/or cool to taste.
Almost a year after I started thinking about creating my Covid69 recipe:
Pfizer is trying to take the lead in an antidote-, vaccine- and who knows maybe even a placebo kind of commercial pharmacircus.
I chose to counter my own recipe with a little less bombastic strategy: I spent as much time in research as I did in marketing: 5 looong minutes.
28 is the perfect PG ratio for me.
*This is another out of the box fruit recipe!
Shake well before use!
Side effects are negotiable, as long as you stay inside with doors locked and windows boarded up once your back starts to itch.
Be AWARE, stay SAFE and have a HAPPY FULL MOON everyone!
Alright, so, that name probably isn't the most appetizing, but it beat the alternative, Kumsicle. It's a kumquat creamsicle!
We have this hippy grocery store in my town. Smells like patchouli in there. They sell all the vegan/gluten-free/non-GMO/organic/fair trade/$1 from the purchase of this $6 candy bar goes to saving the rainforest type of stuff. Mine has organic vegan versions of creamsicle bars in the freezer section. Blueberry, Raspberry, and of course Orange, the most common flavor of creamsicle by far. The inside is, of course, dairy-free and instead filled with a vanilla-flavored coconut-based cream. I just thought it was weird that they had such basic flavors, in a place where almost everything is some sort of acai, goji, whatever weird fruit they found growing high in the Andes mountains of Peru this week. It seemed like kumquat would be a great flavor for a hippy creamsicle, so here that is.
I borrowed heavily from Jenn W's Loco Unicorn recipe, which you can see reflected in the combination of coconuts and choice of vanilla. I figured that would work well with WF Kumquat as it worked with her CAP Sweet Tangerine, and it does. The VT Sweet Cream really drives home the rich whipped creamy filling as it blends well with the coconuts and vanilla.
The trouble with WF Kumquat is it needs more of that tart peel note, I used INW Lemon Mix for that. I also tried a version with VT Orange Marmalade for the peel, but it annihilated the separation I was looking for between the fruit and cream. INW Lemon Mix stays on top.
I know it's supposed to be a popsicle, but I fell out of the cold things should be cold camp on this one. I didn't want either the citrusy top note or the creamy coconutty filling to get stomped on by it. You could try adding coolant if you want to, just don't hold me responsible for the result.
A thick, rich coconut custard with a boozy bourbon edge.
I used to hate coconut, but after I started vaping it I've become a bit obsessed! I've made a lot of coconutty recipes and I think has to be one of my favourites. Bourbon and coconut is such a delicious combination. I'd put bourbon and/or coconut in everything if I could!
Custard: with this being an all FLV mix the obvious choice was Vanilla Pudding. Cream adds creaminess and mouthfeel. A little Coconut adds a ton of richness. White Chocolate works really well in this mix. It seems to be acting as a kind of bridge between the coconut and custard. I tried consolidating the number of flavours in the custard layer, but it just wasn't as good.
FLV Bourbon has a nice touch of booziness and darkens the whole mix. It works really nicely with Sweet Coconut.
Best after 14 days.
Tested on Hadaly, 0.6 ohms