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Thanksgiving day. Well, since I know we are all looking for that savory meaty vape, figured I'd whip up the next best thing, mashed taters.
Here's the 'development' notes, more like the thought process.
FE Sweet Rice / FE Taro - Needed some starchy substance. While Sweet Rice has a good starch to it, Taro gives that dry earthly like potato note.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake - This is just a decent plain cheesecake. I used it low to give some body to the Sweet Rice / Taro.
OoO Milky Undertones - Add some creaminess / dairy to the overall potato mix.
TFA Butter - Who eats their mashed potatoes plain? You damn savages.
Is it perfect? Oh, hell no. Could I work on it over and over? Sure. Did I just mix something up for the fun of it? Oh yeah.
Really, I just wanted to see if it was even possible with what I have. It's more of a concept than anything. Off a shake, the Taro is just strong and there is an overall mild potato butteryness. Not much in the way of creamy note but the idea is there. Maybe after a few days it will incorporate better... or worse? I don't know.
Happy Thanksgiving y'all. Hope you get fat, drunk, and pass out in a Best Buy to get those Black Friday deals.
Inspired by SkiddlzNinja’s “God Milk”, I boosted the strawberry and swapped the TPA Cheesecake Graham Crust for INW Yes We Cheesecake because I’ve fallen in love with it ever since the Cheesecake episode of Noted. It’s a little creamier and less “crusty” than TPA but I think it works great in this recipe.
My version of a bright and sweet Lemon Meringue Pie.
In my original recipe, I used CAP Juicy Lemon instead of FE Lemon and PUR Sicilian Lemon instead of LA Lemonade. I like that FE Lemon is more of a natural lemon and I think it stands out a little better over the Juicy Lemon and it doesn’t fade as much. I chose LA Lemonade mostly to add some tartness but I also like that sweet, slightly candied taste that it brings.
I left the percentages the same as the original flavors I was using in the recipe. Those numbers may be adjusted in time but for now, I think it’s pretty good.
Live Mixing Recipe created for: SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends: Ladies Takeover 2!
⭐NOTE* Oatmeal in this recipe is Oatmeal & Milk (FE) - This flavor has not yet been added to ATF⭐
🏷️ An Avocado, Banana, & Cheesecake Milkshake recipe with bits of Oatmeal.
At the front is a mild and authentic creamy Avocado and semi-ripe natural Banana. At the base; a creamy milkshake utilizing LB's Vanilla Ice Cream and FA's Premium custard. The milkshake base is complimented with FE's Oatmeal & Milk along with INW's fatty and rich Yes, We Cheesecake; providing a nice thick finish.
➧Tested Live same day, it is a balanced mix with mild avocado notes with stronger banana notes. I would like to see how this steeps out after 1 - 2 weeks. The addition of FW Sweetener @ 0.25% is optional.
A delicious Belgian Waffle fresh off the griddle layered with Strawberry Jam, delicious creamy cheesecake, and topped with Glazed Strawberries.
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I've got this pod thing I've been trying out recently, and all the top DIY pod recipes are fruity flavors, save one which I don't have ingredients for. I wanted to put a dessert into it (and have been digging Creme Brulee recently) so I made this. Using Yes, We Cheesecake with Creme was inspired by Ruderudi's Creme Brulee Cheesecake. This is probably not a polished recipe, but the end result is a very thick and sweet dessert that's reminiscent of popcorn butter.
Would recommend, I've been puffing on it for months and it's still good.
edit: upped the creme brulee and sweetener, it's better
Having spent quite a while working on my DIY game by mixing other people's recipes, experimenting with percentages, building up my stash and mixing gear and starting to look into profiles, I have finally created something of my own which I feel is worthy of sharing!
I have been enjoying banana milks recently, but noticed a lack of available banoffee profile recipes when a friend asked me to make one for him.
I started off simple, but kept adding more to the profile until I had the complex beast you see before you (of which I went through 30ml in a day after a 7 day steep).
I won't do a huge breakdown of all ingredients and how they add to the mix as it would take way too long, but would love any suggestions for improvement.
Initially mixed with a milk frother in a warm water bath (not for speed steeping but because it reduces the viscosity of the base making blending more effective) in a 180ml batch, the recipe starts to get great at 7 days but is AWESOME after 3 weeks.
Give it a try and let me know what you think! 😊