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A battenberg type cheesecake flavour.
Not much thought gone into this. Sort of combined 2 other recipes from ELR that i quite like using flavourings i have to hand.
Used Nevens Battenberg for the main notes and Spectrometers Strawberry Fogs cheesecake base. Turned out pretty nice to be honest Find links to the origional recipes below 👊 both worth a mix
I wanted a blueberry muffin. Then all of a sudden, I wanted a cereal. A Blueberry muffin cereal, sure. But it also feels like a toast. So do this: Make a loaf of blueberry bread, then pop a couple slices in the toaster. Pop em out right after the outside is just slightly kissed with the crisp, but before it actually begins to toast. Now cut the slices into little cubes and leave em out for a day or so until they just barely start to go stale. Convince yourself that this is what cereal is, and dump it into a bowl of milk. Great. Blueberry muffin toast cereal. Have a swell morning.
FA Bilberry because I love Ed's Trinity. FW Blueberry for the same reason. Left out the TFA Blueberry Extra so FLV Blueberry Muffin could grab the bat.
CAP Golden Butter for a bit of a densely sweet mouthfeel with a subtle dairy note. Cereal 27 for some flaky cerealification. FLV Cream at 1% because hey, maybe I was almost out of milk and used the last couple drops in the jug. TFA Vanilla Custard 2 because it just makes it better. FE Lemon for a bright note. Finally, FA Forrest fruit. I don't have a reason for using it in here, maybe I just wanted to throw a subtle hint out there that there's more than just blueberries in here. Cap Super Sweet because it's not supposed to be healthy.
A unique take on an old profile, 60 Hz is a syrupy strawberry custard with the kiss of sweet honey.
Strawberry mutes rejoice (I'm not one of them, but I wanted this recipe to be accessible). The three strawberries here should, in theory, present themselves to even those who have a hard time detecting strawberry in mixes. FLV Alpine Strawberry, WF Strawberry (Baked), and JF Sweet Strawberry bring a deep, dark strawberry to the fold. Strawberry (Baked), with its honey backend also serves as the secret ingredient in the mix.
TPA Vanilla Custard II is a fantastic new-ish vanilla custard. It rivals the boring ass original TPA Vanilla Custard with more body....well more everything. CAP NYC is in here to bolster that creaminess. It serves a place in almost all creamy/custard mixes. FLV Rich Cinnamon morphs the custard with a slight spicy warmness.
Let this one steep a couple weeks. The honey takes the forefront and kills the custard notes until then.
Banana Ice Cream + Peanuts (Butter)
TPA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and TPA Vanilla Custard ll for the custard ice cream base.
TPA Banana Cream and VT Banana Custard to make the line fuzzy between this being a realistic or artificial banana.
TPA Peanut Butter DX and WF Honey Roasted Peanuts because it’s my new favorite PB combo.
WF Caramel Butter to give this a little depth that I thought it needed.
! I USED THE ! Chemnovatic "Lemon Cream Wafer".
! NOT THE ! SA "Lemon cream"
I never tried Dinner Lady Lemon Tart.
So I am not trying to get close to anything but what I myself like.
Chefs were out of other size's than 100ml and I wasted more or less 70ml's of it before it started to make sense.
I publish two recipe's with the Chemnovatic Lemon Cream Wafer.
Lots of vanilla in this one.
Do not crank it up to high in temperature,
it tends to loose the bakery and put the lemon/lime to the front