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Y'all love banana custards.
How about a legit banana cream pie??
For the base of this Pie i wanted a Graham Cracker pie crust. WF Flapper Pie makes a great base for a custard pie, at 3% it adds to the crust, custard filling and whipped topping. FW graham cracker at 3% keeps it present but not overtly so, and is an amazingly perfect graham cracker note. TPA cheesecake (graham crust) at 1.5% to fill blend the crust and custard. Tpa brown sugar at .5% was used as well to darken and sweeten the crust!
For the Banana Custard layer i went with what i had. CAP Banana has a really good artificial banana flavor and used low at 1% along with TFA Banana Cream at 3%, it makes what i think of when i think "banana pudding" as far as the banana taste goes. Artificial. FLV Vanilla Pudding at 1.5% and FA Custard Premium at 1.5% round out the filling very nicely.
FA Marshmallow Vanilla at .75% along with TPA Whipped Cream at 2% both help add to the whipped topping as well as the custard inside.
I vaped this off the shake with (1.5 cap banana 2.5 tpa banana cream) and the banana was a little sharp. Readjusted and this is vapeable after a day but gove it time and it will only bloom.
I added .75% FLV sweetener (sucralose) to this, you can add sweetener to your own descretion!
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Rich Vanilla Ice-Cream with juicy peaches and sweet raspberry sauce.
LB vanilla ice cream and FA custard premium make up the ice cream, everything else is self explanatory... MB nectar peach is really good peach, hints of nectarine present really bring out the best of the peach.
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Profile: Peach Cream Pie
Worked a bit on this for a while, trying to balance the peaches.
Problem with WF Peach Pie & Cream is, that it's really just peach & cream - no pie! So to construct a light pie, I used 1% AP, 1% FA Apple Pie and a little INW Biscuit for some texture.
FLV Cream at 0.75% are there to boost the creaminess.
I felt JF Honey Peach would work well with WF Peach Pie & Cream to add some sweetness to the mix.
FA Custard Prem is used here as a filler for the pie itself.
Best after steeping a week.
first I should say that I never tried the original. It is quite difficult to buy the JAM Monster series in Germany.
I've heard the hype around this liquid and researched the recipe.
After some attempts, I can say that I wouldn't buy the original because I like this version and it's satisfying for my tastebuds.
This recipe is in no way a clone. I just got inspired by the profile.
Easy to mix, hard to define.
Actually it's not that hard to define, I just thought that sounded cool. The taste is very similar to a licorice ice cream, but with a bit thicker mouthfeel. Personally I think this can be shake and vaped. The vanilla note is a bit more prominent the first few days, but as always with custards they start to shine after a bit of a steep.
FA Black Touch it a great licorice flavor that is very much like Scandinavian licorice candy.
FA Custard Premium is not available in the US AFAIK, but you guys don't seem to like black licorice either so I guess thats fine. Here's a couple of European sites that sell it:
UK - https://chefsflavours.co.uk/custard-prem-flavourart/
Denmark - https://dindamp.dk/en/flavourart-aroma/1283-2622-flavourart-premium-custard-aroma-originalemallage.html
This is very much a work in progress, but I wanted to share it anyway because I enjoy it a lot, and I think it's a bit unique. I think a lot of Northern Europeans are going to like this. Feedback is very much apriciated! Keep mixing wierd stuff all you beautiful folks out there <3
A simple creamy vanilla coffee.
FLV Biscotti is the base coffee note - the INW Shisha and French Vanilla Ice Cream are meant to be the main vanilla notes but a small percentage of FLV Cream and FA Custard premium give this more body while adding the McCafe/Tim Hortons coffee feel.
3 days max steep IMO but good on the shake.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
We wanted to make a Red, White, and Blue themed recipe so this is our version of a Blueberry, Raspberry Tart. To add a bit of brightness, you can add FE Lemon at .25% and to make it a bit darker you can increase the JF Cookie to 1.5%. Full Development Notes at https://youtu.be/NR731Ylixe8
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