Flavor Profile: bakery chocolate dessert
Used in 592 recipes at an average of 3.25%.
In this recipes the creams will make up the marshmallow fluff, the peanut butter and marzipan makes up the nutty part of this together makes a nutty peanut butter and the caramel & butterscotch ripple makes up the top layer in the snickers bar. The milk chocolate is the outter shell of the snickers candy bar
I've been mixing with passion and determination for 6 months now. This is my first share here on ATF because this is the first recipe I've created that I place enough confidence in to share publicly. Just a simple combination that's been running around my mind the last 3 days that pulled at my curiosity enough to have me finally sit down and at least give it a one shot attempt. Turns out that's all it took for myself to be satisfied with the flavor of this mixture. "Chocolate-Hazelnut-Almond", and that's the just of it. That rich, robust, authentic, somewhat tart body you get from a good dark chocolate all the way through initially, and on the back during the inhale. Then an even more rich, "cocoish", sweet chocolate still holding on to its authenticity along side a dark, roasted, nutty aroma that both the hazelnut and almond create; but hazelnut lingers its unique and prominent impression here and throughout the exhale.
I'm very much an entry level novice and would very much accept and encourage criticism and guidance. You kinda have to enjoy hazelnut to find this mix desirable but when considering its simplicity the hazelnut could more then likely be tweaked to sit not so potent. Mix it up, remix it up, and build upon. Please let me know how you've enjoyed this and what changes you possibly made to further enhance it. I have mixed this both max VG and 70/30 it was enjoyable on both attempts right off the scale.
Finally got around to mixing some TFA Peanut Butter up. First impressions was it tasted like the peanut butter in a nutty bar. From my mixing experience I knew INW Biscuit would work well for the wafer. I also like the way INW Milk Chocolate and FW Hazelnut work together. It might need minor tweaking, but after 3 days steep I think it really close. Any feed back is more than welcome.
FULL DISCLOSURE. This is an old bottle of INW Milk Chocolate. It may or may not be the old formula. I ordered it in late Nov early Dec 2016. So substituting INW Milk Chocolate for something else might be in order. I know wayne subbed it out for JF Milk Chocolate in his recipes.
My Attempt at the delicious Wattamelon Roll from Friendlys. A famous summertime dessert here in New York.
Years ago I was a General Manager at one of these restaurants, and we could not keep these Wattamelon rolls on the shelves this time of year.
This is a Lemon Watermelon Sherbet With Chocolate Chips. I know.. Chocolate chips with watermelon?? You will be very surprised if you try it!
This recipe tastes very close to the real thing IMO. Would love some feedback from anyone familiar with these.
FA Lemon Sicily with TFA Sweet Cream and TFA Vanilla bean ice cream for the lemon sherbet base
LA Watermelon and FA Watermelon to create a nice watermelon flavor not too candy, not too realistic
Inw Milk chocolate (OG) for the chocolate chips along with a little Cap Super sweet to keep it real
This recipe so tasty it's hard to put down
TPA banana Cream and CAP banana split create such a delicious authentic banana taste. I have been trying to find a place for CAP banana split, I Believe I have found it.
If you do not have Cap banana split, TPA banana cream at 3.5 works great also.
TFA Peanut Butter at 2% is the perfect percentage where you taste the creamy PB but it does not over power the mix.
INW Milk Chocolate at .50 % used in this recipe is the original one. Feel free to sub TFA double chocolate clear if you don't have the og INW Milk Chocolate. At this percentage the taste is there but again, not overpowering.
FW vanilla bean ice cream and FLV Cream create that perfect addicting Milk Shake flavor.
CAP Sweet Strawberry helps bring the mix together, although at 2% the actual Strawberry is very faint.
Cap super sweet at .25% gives it a nice lingering flavor but of course can be omitted if you please.
If you choose to mix this recipe please leave some feedback.