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Toffee apple meringue pie with nuances of cinnamon running through the curd.
Starting with the base, I use flapper pie to give that generic meringue pie taste, using FA apple pie bends that graham crust into a nice pie crust
Moving onto the curd, the custard from the flapper pie already sets the foundation, adding a touch of FA premium thickens it up, then comes the apple... FLV Apple filling and CAP double apple provide the spiced stewed apple, finally VTA English toffee thickens that curd up further and brings a nice buttery finish.
Lastly it’s all topped off with whipped meringue that WF flapper pie provides so brilliantly.
this is really good off the shake but the apple is too tart and the toffee doesn’t show up until a week into the steep, best after around a week but the longer the better.
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Let’s face it. Chocolate vapes are terrifying. Most of them taste like… something not appropriate to mention here. Well, forget everything you know about chocolate vapes. i managed to create a milk chocolate lover’s dream in this mix, with a natural, creamy, sweet, authentic-tasting milk chocolate flavor, wrapped around a gooey caramel coated, creamy vanilla custard blend.
When Jen Jarvis asked me to join her on her Flavor-Pro YouTube channel for an episode called "Fantasy Food Fest", there was only one recipe profile that popped in my head....Butter Beer. Yes, yes,...I know you're thinking.. "Folkart is such a nerd." And well, you would be right. I absolutely love the Harry Potter story line. My brother and I even dressed like characters from the movies for a midnight showing of the last in the Harry Potter series; Don't judge.
Anyway, Jen Jarvis asked me to create a recipe based on a fantasy genre and Butter Beer was it. Now if anyone has visited the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, FLA, you would know that they sell the fictitious brew in the park. It's a combination of a cream soda, butterscotch, and whipped cream; A very delicious desert drink. However, being the Harry Potter nerd that I am, I dove a little deeper into this wizardly brew.
Wikipedia describes this witchy brew as tasting a little bit like "sickly butterscotch". Butter Beer was served cold in bottles and hot in foaming tankards. An extra sweet variant was brewed by Madam Rosmerta. Another variant was named Butter Beer 1707, which was considered very rare and could be ordered for delivery. And so, this was my quest to imagine what this rare formulation of Butter Beer 1707 tasted like.
I imagined it to be sweet, thick, and stickier than the basic brew. Although most real Butter Beers are made with cream soda, the 1707 version needed to have more of a bite, so instead I used FLV Root Beer.
The star of a good Butter Beer is the butterscotch. I used FA Butterscotch on the first versions but Butter Beer 1707 needed to be richer. So, I settled on VT Butter Toffee Base to bring a much richer "butterscotch" and add that butter note I was looking for. Paired with VT English Toffee, it gave it a more "sickly butterscotch" note.
I used FA Bavarian Cream at 2% to fill out the mix by adding creaminess to the mix.
Butter Beer 1707 should only be served hot with a frothy whipped cream atop. Therefore, CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream was my choice for this layer.
I added a touch of TPA Vanillin to lift up the Toffee's and added 1% CAP Super Sweet. If 1% SS is too high for you, feel free to lower it, but as I mention in my description of Butter Beer 1707, it's supposed to be sweet, thick, and sticky.
Ok, so now I can go back to the muggle world but I hope you will enjoy this brew on those cold winter months. Enjoy :)
You can most defiantly vape this as a shake and vape, but I would suggest a week steep.
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