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(TPA) Graham Cracker Clear


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Flavor Profile: bakery dessert

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Another key lime pie that actually taste a lot like "Army Man" so you can call it a remix.

Attention! INW Lime is actually the new flavor of Inawera, INW Lime Monster! If you don't have this one just don't mix it!
Super sweet is optional (I prefer it without it)

This week's recipe is based on the picture of Biscoff cookies. Unfortunately this recipe is going to need a few weeks steep for all the buttery richness to fully come to fruition, so it's not a shake and vape, and I may be adjusting or adding to it later after I see how it steeps out. But so far the molasses and spice notes are at almost the right balance, so long as the DAAP components of several of these flavors steep out. It doesn't currently have a lot of Baked flavor, if those notes don't come out I may add some FA cookie or some VTA Biscuit base...but I was trying to use the least amount of flavorings I could to achieve the recipe taste I am looking for. Right now it's more like the biscoff cookie butter to me, which was also a recipe I wanted to do too. If the baked part doesn't come out enough after the steep I am going to consider this recipe to be the cookie butter version of these cookies, and will not down here in the description if I do anything to change it to make it more of a baked cookie.

This week's recipe is based on the picture of Biscoff cookies. Unfortunately this recipe is going to need a few weeks steep for all the buttery richness to fully come to fruition, so it's not a shake and vape, and I may be adjusting or adding to it later after I see how it steeps out. But so far the molasses and spice notes are at almost the right balance, so long as the DAAP components of several of these flavors steep out. It doesn't currently have a lot of Baked flavor, if those notes don't come out I may add some FA cookie or some VTA Biscuit base...but I was trying to use the least amount of flavorings I could to achieve the recipe taste I am looking for. Right now it's more like the biscoff cookie butter to me, which was also a recipe I wanted to do too. If the baked part doesn't come out enough after the steep I am going to consider this recipe to be the cookie butter version of these cookies, and will not down here in the description if I do anything to change it to make it more of a baked cookie.

Profile: a thick and creamy vanilla custard with a unique dark creamy note, and topped with a sprinkle of spice.

Ps - goes great with a morning coffee, especially on a cold fall/winter morning.

This recipe was created on Interactive Mixing on the Diydownunder network.

Sooòoo, revisited an old bottle of Original Tart and I forgot how much I love that stuff, personally I don't taste much pie/base but I get lots of Meringue, touch of lemon and something familiar I can't quite put my finger on but I know I've mixed with it.... My Original Version (Tart) was a massive hit with friends but they all said it's better than the original, Similar but better... Well I want Similar so i have always tried different versions.... This one as you see I have left out Caps LMP and another Lemon, lowered the Meringue and added Fruit Circles at Low %... Shook and popped a drip on the Kennedy! Hmmm now that TO ME tastes close... If you are going to mix this DO NOT GO HIGHER THAN 0.5 FCircles... I would even start at 0.25... The steep will give me a true likeness as usually you lose the Meringue to the lemons but it's looking promising atm.... Knock 10ml up and lemme know your thoughts... 👌
Piece Out, Big'0.

kinda snickerdoodley. one of my favorite bakery recipes to date. try to wait for the steep.

just a simple vanilla recipe that is great by itself. feel free to try different accents.

A rich and delectable mix of ripe bananas and creamy cheesecake with a bunch of various notes thrown in.

Steep for at least a week. I hope everyone enjoys this one!

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