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This is my version of cheesecake, there are many like it but this is mine. Seriously it's just a plain cheesecake and I'm pretty dang happy with how it turned out.
In my house, cheesecake is ALWAYS made with crust, it's okay if you're house does it wrong (grins). I don't judge how you make cheesecake (at least to your face) so you leave my beautiful graham crust filled version alone and no one gets hurts (lol). I really enjoyed the creaminess of this and hope you will too!
A delicious thick creamy custard like no other.
I've tried a gazillion custards at different ratios and Cap v1 is by far my favourite with TPA v2 now a part of my Custard base.
What you get with this combination is the egginess of a real custard with a rich vanilla note. To help with this I've added a little shisha vanilla which to me gives authenticity to the overall vanilla flavour. Added Bavarian Creme and FLV Creme to help blend all these flavours together.
The bits that spice this up:
Pairing Warm Custard and Yes We Cheesecake really adds depth to this recipe.
If you haven't tried VT Warm Custard, it really does taste like warm old school eggy custard. I really think this blends well with the cheesecake. These notes are essential to a flavourful custard vape to give it the right mouth feel. A custard on its own is great to vape but really only tastes amazing when eaten with a spoon....unless you have the right texture or mouth feel.
The added creme and butter is to round off this recipe, it makes this a little more balanced and adds some saturation to this recipe.
A variation of one of my vanilla custards with my cake layer (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/212209#1_2_ish_3_cake_layer_by_lonesomerhodestn). Trying out all the classic vanilla custard tricks (marshmallow, cheesecake, vanilla, and custard) with more recent concentrates to go along with a cake layer I've come to enjoy quite a bit. I SNV this . . . mixed 60vg/40pg because that's how I like it (use at whatever ratio you prefer). It's high percentage, which I know is not some/most people's preference. I'm sure you could toy with the percentages and make it your own (feel free), but this is where I landed on the first pass and am pleased. I'm on my second bottle and will have to make more to see how it steeps.
I made this as a vehicle for my cake layer. It is a rich, vanilla custard and a slab of buttery, yellow cake all piled up together. In my opinion, it is what it says it is. I'm sharing it because I mentioned it in my previous recipe dropped earlier today. If you feel the urge to mix it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Take care.
This was one of my favorites when I first started mixing by @Tootall I updated to my liking I really think it's tasty so give it a try...
A peanut butter and Caramel infused cheesecake, with a spread of grape jelly to end things.
Dulce and Caramel butter to back up the already awesome ssa peanut butter. Sweet yogurt for that cheesecake tang. Graham cracker to really boost that crust note to play with the pb. And a light combo of candied grapes for a light jelly finish.
Here SS plays into the jelly.
A rich caramel custard cheesecake.
The cheesecake base is made up of inawera's yes, we cheesecake. 3.5% makes a sturdy base to build off adding in flavorahs cream and brie cheese adds some extra cheesey and dairy notes to the cheesecake, trying to accomplish a more up market variation. Caps graham cracker i find stands out more than the others and lifts the crust notes in yes, we cheesecake.
Fa's whipped cream is rich and had a slightly fluffyish mouthfeel with vta creme brulee giving off some pudding and custard aswel as some caramel notes we now start making head way on the topnotes. Jf dulce de leche is the most accurate of the bunch and is pretty present at 2% combined with ssa butterscotch to enphasise it abit more.
If you like cheesecakes this ones well worth a try