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Coconut with a slight banana nut bread back.
While testing coconuts for Noted I decided to try out a theory of mixing both MB and WF together to get a nice mix of the two and layer it into some banana nut bread with the eventual idea of layering in some tobaccos. I liked the initial layer and was only trying sort of hackneyed baccos with it. Not sure when I will get back to this so here's the bare bones good as it stands. Needs a bit of a steep for the BnB to come out. I waited over a week but I'm guessing at least 5-7 days should be sufficient. It's screaming for a tobacco layer so I hope you have fun with it.
Here’s my version of a delicious,simple banana pudding that IMO is decent off the shake and ready to go. I prefer to add 0.5% cap SS to pretty much all my recipes (this one included) however it’s very tasty without so if you prefer not to use sweetener,this recipe is a banger without. Please leave your feedback if you give this one or any of my other recipes a mix, kind regards and stay safe people 💙
By far the best I’ve ever tried or made myself and I’ve made ALOT of banana breads, ok, this is a really moist banana bread, almost a banana nut bread pudding for the first few days but then the AP comes through and is just an utter delight, the Creme brulee caramelises the outskirts of the bread, the bread pudding keeps the inside nice and moist and buttery and the doughnut just stiffens that bread up and gives the bread more texture and mouthfeel.
If you like this recipe and what I do then please rate and review accordingly. 7-10 days steep.
Possible subs :-
increase tpa banana nut bread to 10% instead of using DIYFS.
OOO Creme brulee - Vta creme brulee
(Although I’ve supplied subs I highly recommend you use the concentrates in the original recipe)
You can omit the sweetener but it really helps.
This is a banana waffle drenched in peanut butter and maple syrup.
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