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This week marks a double drop recipe upload for me. The first recipe being “SuperNutBusta” and the ice cream base used in said recipe I’ve released as a base/stone recipe right here. This is my take on Mr Whippy using a 3/2/1 formula,I hope it aids you well in your ice cream recipes. I mix this bad boy with 0.5% CAP SUPER SWEET and feel that’s perfect for my tastebuds however each to their own. Please Mix it up,leave a rating and short review for other mixers to see! Happy mixing guys and gals. Stay foggy!!! 😙💨💨💨
It's Sticky, it's toffee, it's ( what british people call pudding) cakey and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Flavorah vanilla Custard and Fw Yellow cake pair awsamely well together to make this spongy sweet cake while Toffee ice cream and Caramel Butter make the toffee sauce very rich, syrupy and buttery.
An RY4 crossed with a very slight variation of eyemakepizza's Trinity Vanilla Ice Cream (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364). When I think of Trinity, I can't help but imagine the pictures of the 1945 explosion from the atomic testing site Trinity, in Alamogordo . . . so, I made the ice cream sitting on top of the cone from an image of the explosion 0.016 seconds after detonation. Sweet, creamy, RY4 for your Christmas morning sweet-tooth.
I named this recipe after a longtime friend of mine that I’ve affectionately referred to as “Pipsqueak” for the 7 years I’ve known her.
It’s a strawberry Greek yogurt. The base of the yogurt uses Liquid Barn’s Greek Yogurt as the foundation with supporting elements derived from FLV cream, FA meringue and Liquid Barn vanilla ice cream. FLV cream helps shoot the creaminess of the yogurt into the stratosphere while FA meringue helps sweeten it up, and Liquid Barn vanilla ice cream further enhances and drives home the dairy note of the yogurt profile. Overall, these elements create a yogurt profile that is incredibly creamy, smooth and tangy. This is the first recipe I’ve ever used LB’s Greek Yogurt and I found myself in love with it.
The strawberries used in the recipe create a mix of natural and candied strawberry elements that blend well wit the yogurt.
Sweetener is always optional. My first batch I used .5%, and while tasty, felt it made the recipe a bit too sweet. .25% seems to be the sweet spot. No pun intended.