Used in 3278 recipes at an average of 1.844%.
I have worked on French Toast for what seems like ever. It was always missing something. Once I finally got the Bread aspect, the Syrup and Butter just right I realized it was missing that Browned Egg portion on the outside of the bread. With a little help I settled on using INW Custard for the Eggy part. That was it... the Custard was exactly what it was missing. At this % it isn't overpowering but stands out enough from the other flavors that you actually get the Browned Egg coating of actual french toast. The Bread is made using the RF French Toast and WF Cinnamon Pastry, INW Custard is the Egg coating and OOO French Toast at this % gives the Browned egg and edges to the bread, the Butter Base is of course the Butter and the Maple Syrup perfected came from a lovely mixer whom I can not remember their name that posted a maple syrup that used Caramel, Butterscotch, Golden Syrup and FA Maple I just adjusted it to my liking for this mix. ( If this is your Maple invention please Leave a Comment so you can get credit for the delicious Mapley mix)
Made a 3 2 1 quickie that I want to share with you guys - I find it difficult to get a custard just right. For me it needs to have a full thick mouth feel, with deep butter and light eggy notes. This is more of the custard base, look in the notes below for my recommendations on the vanilla.
INW Custard - This is a custard that develops in a week, so I used this one as it gets you 90% there.
CAP Sweet Cream - helps fill out the blank spots in the middle of INW Custard
CAP Golden Butter - This deepens the custard right from the start.
This is pretty much a custard base - admittedly this needs a harder Vanilla in it, I would reach for one of these if you prefer your vanilla HARDER! :)
-DFS Holy Vanilla at 1.2%
-CAP French Vanilla or 1.5%
-FA Madagascar (Vanilla Classic) 1%
Sweeten to taste, I like it sweet at 0.3% CAP SS.
A delectable, rich and creamy creme brulee infused with fresh mango.
The 3-2-1 Creme Brulee has been my creamy custard stone for over a year now and it keeps on surprising me with its magnitude of uses. Here, I paired it with the 'in vogue' Mango by FE. This is nothing revolutionary, just the coming together of 2 things of beauty...
FE Mango continues to impress & I keep finding new uses for it. Here, it sits perfectly atop a luscious brulee, which allows it to shine by enhancing the inherent fruity creaminess of the mango. Feel free to drop the Creme Brulee to 1% for a less pronounced brulee
This is good to ago after 3 days, best after 6.
We talk about this layer in this video: https://youtu.be/H6dmCABsHI0
This is not a complete recipe, this is a apple filling with custard drenched all over it. Its delicious on its own. But you can get creative and add your favourite crust or crumble layer to this, and you will have a full dimensional vape.
So after a few attempts I finally created a layer that i'm happy to release. I'm a shake and vape kinda guy, and the biggest mission for me was to create a custard layer that has enough body right from the shake.
INW Custard - nice full body custard, fastest steeper of the bunch - also nice eggy notes to it. But needs help as a SnV
TFA Cheesecake Graham Crust - This adds the body to the vape, and it was added low to not bring any cheesecake to the party.
CAP Golden butter - Deepens the custard right from the shake you get some depth when you add this.
FLV Apple Filling - I used it at 1% as I feel that is enough cinnamon, and enough apple to sell the profile i'm going for.
A Simple French Toast. Who says you can't have french toast all day!!!
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Something I whipped up for Valentine's Day because why not?
I diverted slightly from the typical chocolate covered strawberry and went with Sweet, glazed strawberries in a thick chocolate mousse. This is version 1 and I may still tweak it in the future but its damn tasty now and the 30ml I made will be gone soon. Hope you enjoy!
Can be a shake n vape but it really comes together after about 5 days.
(I added 1 drop Cap Super Sweet per 10ml)
Simple no steep custard. Well 3 days steep really. Didn't mean for this to be a 1-2-3 recipe. I think the VT Sweet Cream brings it all together
EDIT: I changed the sweet cream to 1.25% from 1%. I rarely change a recipe after posting, but I think it makes a difference. Also this is a good SNV and short steeper, but It is ton better at 1 week and 2 weeks. Even though this is way better at 2 weeks I feel no regret in vaping this before that time. I vape this and another recipe no all day now. If you mix a lot of recipes sometimes your ADV being simple is a super nice thing.