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I DID NOT USE MB GLAMOUR CHOCOLATE!!! I USED MB-CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER MILK!!! unfortunately ATF doesn’t have MB chocolate peanuts butter milk in its database so I chose glamour chocolate just so I could input the percentage. PLEEEEEASE DO NOT USE GLAMOUR CHOCOLATE! 👍🏻
If your anything like me and LOVE LOVE LOVE Reeses then you honestly HAVE to mix this up! This recipe right here may just be one of my finest symphonies and I can’t put this stuff down! Its easily an ADV and I just wanna give a quick shout out to @nickevz with is great idea of adding cap sugar cookie to a milkshake recipe,it really does make a huge difference!! Great call mate. If you haven’t checked his work out please head over to his recipes as he has some killer shit. This recipe is S&V APPROVED but like everything in life,aging will only make it better.😉Please rate and review my recipe as it really helps others decide whether they want to try it or not. It also makes me a better mixer in the long run. 🙂 merry Christmas all and I really hope you enjoy this gem as much as I do. 💙
Who can resist donuts, sprinkled cookies and milk? Why not have all 3! The picture chosen was as close as I could get to what I was thinking of. One look at that picture on the box and I was into making this happen.
Take some under-rated CAP crunchy frosted cookie and sugar cookie combo and coat it with extra buttercream frosting and then infuse it with some light donut flavoring. Dunk these into some creamy milk base of FA milk with VT vanilla cream and add in some sprinkles to start off your morning.
Don't expect this to be crunchy though - lets get real!
This goes great with a coffee by the way.
WF buttercream frosting was used here instead of VT as it is less "hard" . There was enough waxiness coming from the CAP crunchy frosted cookie.
Optional sweetener - try FW Sweetener 2 drops per 15ml should do it.
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Platinum Blush is our take on what a strawberry Nesquik shake should taste like. It has an artificial shake essence to it, making it perfect for those who fell in love with that scrumptious delight. Full flavor notes on DEVELOPED Episode 39 at https://youtu.be/6YDpnKJgUjg .
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Seemed like a good day to drop this recipe. My humble attempt at recreating the blueberry marshmallow breakfast cereal. I think it comes pretty close.
This is my finalized version of the DIY Mixer's Crew FB Group Cereal Challenge. Few tweaks from what I posted there, it had to be finished.
Cereals: Berry crunch main note, LL cereal for the AP & marshmallows. see subs WF marshmallow (candy) for a little more fake marshmallow flavor. Fw bb to turn it into a boo berry type.
My one other thought on this that I've got on paper but not mixed yet just uses tpa crunch cereal & blueberry. If you get too much mixed berry you could probably sub that at about 2%. Lmk how it is if you do, I'm cerealed out for now.
Milk: flv smoothie base for it's lemon tint to boost the blueberry & creaminess. Fa milk because it's the shit.
Dash of sweetener because it is a sweet cereal.
Steep: Give 5-7 days for milk to do it's thing & meld with Smoothie Base. Like most things a week+ will give a better representation of what I was going for. Should be a nice blueberry heavy berry cereal w\marshmallows.
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Subs\additions: I'm sure your favorite milk combo would work in place of the smoothie base\fa milk combo. Would advise adding a little lemon though to make up for the lack of smoothie base to stay closer to original. I highly recommend this flavor though.
Tpa crunch cereal @ 2% instead of berry crunch if you hate it.
The wf marshmallow candy isn't a deal breaker in my eyes for this recipe to work, just helps to sell the marshmallow. Could probably be subbed (nothing real & not tpa. Also remember what's in lucky leprechaun to start) or omitted.
My take on Strawberry by The One
Raspberry (INW) and Sweet strawberry (Cap) was the combo closest to the OG for me.
Cereal 27 (CAP) and AP 5% (TPA) for the cereal.
Cream (FLV), Milk (FA) and Cream Milky Undertone (OoO) for a creamy milk.
Zeppola (FA) for the doughnut
New York Cheesecake (CAP) to create a bridge between the cereal and the milk.
Marshmallow (TPA) to blend it all.
Super Sweet to taste, I like mine sweet. However my coils tell me the OG liquid has a lot more sweetener in it.
It's pretty good after a good shake, I prefer mine after a couple days steep.
Don't let it sit for 6 months because I noticed the strawberry starts to fade after 3 months, but as I stated this combo was closest to the OG.
If you like Strawberry by The One you will definitely love this one as well.
Give it a try and enjoy!
I'm no pro mixer so let's just get that out of the way lol. I sit quietly in the background mostly making other people's recipes and not creating a lot.
That being said I couldn't find a horchata recipe and that itch needed scratching so here it is. I think it is quite good and authentic. Nothing too fancy. A nice smooth, creamy, and sweet rice drink with a nice cinnamon note.
I like this recipe sweet but adjust to your taste. I used 2 drops per 30ml of rich cinnamon.
Please give it a try and offer up comments and suggestions.
Salted caramel popcorn milk
Starting with the milk... FA milk, VTA love and FA fresh cream combine to make a nice sweet silky milk, the white chocolate in VTA love just sits in the back and gives it a creamy sweet edge as to not get overpowered by the caramel, the FLV popcorn is a huge star here and provides a toffee note which compliments the caramel really well. FA corn (make sure to dilute to 10% before adding it at 0.15) penetrates the milk and combined with the FLV popcorn gives a very slight corn residue flavour as if the popcorn has been steeping in the milk 😋 the Cereal 27 adds just a touch of AP for the fistful of popcorn that sits on the top.
If you like this recipe and what I do then please rate and review accordingly :)
FA corn should be diluted to 10% before use, ATF does not have the 10% dilution option in the database so make sure to adjust that accordingly