Used in 196 recipes at an average of 0.889%.
One version of a "French dude" remix that I've been working on.
A very sweet, buttery waffle base drizzled with blueberry & maple syrup.
Notes and subs:
JF biscuit can be subbed for INW at the same %. They are close enough to sub and I just prefer the JF in general.
This mix needs to steep, off the bat the biscuit dominates and needs time to calm down.
Super sweet can be upped to 1% for more store-bought sugariness.
French Vanilla Creme can be subbed for TFA VBIC at same %
If you don't have INW waffle just leave it out - it adds some authenticity to the waffle base, and is definitely a worthy inclusion but not 100% necessary.
In a pinch you could sub the INW waffle for FW at 2-3%
Happy new year!
Real flavors Baked bread RAW extract @1.75%, this flavor is not in the datebase yet but it's essential to the recipe
INW used as a 10% dilution
A sweet, tart cranberry spiced glazed donut.
Steep time 7-10 days
Do Not, I repeat; DO NOT mix this if you don't have the now discontinued INW YC Waffle. I'm sorry, but, no suitable substitute exists at this time, and mixing this without it absolutely destroys the profile. If you don't see any new recipes from me for a long time, you can rest assured I ran out of INW Waffle and died of sorrow. RIP Waffle. And to the folks over at Inawera; I will never forgive you for this.
A Dutch cookie consisting of a sweet, thick syrup of maple, brown sugar and caramel sandwiched between two thin, chewy waffles baked on a special iron.