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Monte Carlo biscuits are an Australian sweet biscuit that have been manufactured since 1926 by Arnott's Biscuits Holdings.
Each biscuit comprises two biscuit layers sandwiching a creamy filling, while many such biscuits are moulded to a design, both sides of the Monte Carlo biscuit are rough. The biscuit layers have a mild taste of golden syrup, honey and coconut, and the cream layer consists of a vanilla flavoured cream filling surrounded by a thin toffee-like coating of raspberry jam.
If you want coconut, add 0.4% vt desiccated coconut. You could use INW biscuit which has enough coconut in it for my liking but kept this one all VT.
A lemon raspberry curd with cookie crust.
Raspberry jam is the shining star of this mix. The mix of INW Raspberry and VT Raspberry jam create a wonderful, thick layer of sweet jam.
Lemon Meringue Tart and Italian Lemon Sicily bring in some bright lemon curd notes that just brighten up the raspberry and add to the full mouth feel.
Vanilla Pudding is such a good flavor and can be utilized many different ways. In this case i use it to fill in the profile as well as add a vanilla note.
FA Cookie and CAP Sugar Cookie are used in the crust.
Sweeten to taste, but Im using this MTL and add 1% perk it up.
Tested in low wattage/MTL.
Okaaaaay, Cornflake Tart :)
Short crust pastry base, mixed berry jam topped with golden syrup doused cornflakes.
FA Apple pie provides the pastry, VTA raspberry jam is the main component towards the jam, being bent by the Saskatoon and jammy berry to a more “mixed” berry jam although still heavy on the raspberry. CAP cereal 27 alone is not enough to class as cornflakes and needed help so FA corn, again at a 10% dilution can work wonders in a recipe if you sparingly and correctly... golden syrup is self explanatory and sweetener is subjective so drop it out if you wish.
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ATF does not have FA corn 10% dilution in the database
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Well GOT came to an end and for me this season was like waiting to ride the Kingda Ka roller coaster in Jersey, finally getting to ride it and after the ride is over promptly puking your guts out. Sansa and Daenerys should have teamed up and RULED all!!!
Instead the writers turn Danerys into an entirely different character, that BBQ an entire city - which is then supposed to justify the homicide by the man who knows nothing and to top it all off they placed a three eyed raven on the iron throne . THE one redeeming aspect of the season was that SANSA declaring the Norths independence and took her rightful place as queen in the north .
Scone base is mainly the Biscut, and Brownsugar cookie with a little of VT pudding for body - nice body with a touch dark biscuit bakery on the back
Raspberry jam and Sweet currant is lovely - as that currant gives you that nice tart bright note
Sweet cream adds a touch of cream note with out overpowering the bakery
A popular biscuit, raspberry jam and set vanilla cream sandwiched between 2 blonde shortbread discs.
Starting with the biscuit I used CAP sugar cookie, INW biscuit and WF shortbread... I then added vanilla custard for richness and dried it all up with Acetyl Pyrazine.
The jam is self explanatory and that consists of VTA raspberry jam and FLV jammy berry twists the bright raspberry to a darker raspberry whilst also adding more of that pectin content.
The cream isn’t actually a cream in the real deal biscuit, it’s more of a powdered sugar barely moistened and then vanillafied which sets to a sort of chocolate-less ganache so Vanilla buttercream frosting was the perfect choice, used fairly high here to climb above the custard.
I suggest using Sucralose here to aid the buttercream and the jam but it’s entirely down to your taste and is subjective :)
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Everbody Get Sconed
This is a raspberry jam scone.
Something that I have attempted, but until FLV Starch Base it just never seemed to come together. WF Jam Scone is a great base to start with; however, it needs a little help with the density which Starch base really seems to provide. JF Biscuit also assists with a nice buttery note for the scone.
I went with Raspberry for the fruit in this scone. I used PUR Sour Raspberry Candy and VT Raspberry Jam. The Purilum Sour Raspberry Candy, is not that sour, but it gives that great bite of raspberry you would expect to get when biting into a cooked raspberry in a scone, especially combined with VT Raspberry Jam.
This is a delicious all day vape. Add sweetener to your preference
You can also switch the fruits out to your favorite fruit.
What a lovely little recipe not harsh and i have days i cant put it down #GIVEITAGO let me know what you think if you tweek it and like it better also let me know so i can try your vwrsion TOGETHER WE DISCOVER!!!
Cap 27 BEARS Nice gummy candy qith texture and a slight pineapple taste this can be civered pretty easily but will add brightness to other flavors as well
VT PINEAPPLE JUICE Tart and sweet pineapple taste i let this mix sit fir almost two months and the pineapple did fade slightly but is still very present
VT BLOOD ORANGE CHAMPAGNE Used here to support and brighten the pineapple
VT RASPBERRY JAM Used to add some additional gummy and jelly texture
CAP SUPER SWEET Add to taste
Linzer cookies used to be one of my favorite after school snack from the bakery when I was a kid. Fresh wanted to have a trip down memory lane and this was what came to me.
WF Almond Cookie/CAP Sugar Cookie/CAP Cinnamon Sugar = Gives the nice brown almond buttery cookie. Sugar cookie is the buttery base, Almond Cookie is authentic and forward, so Cinnamon Sugar and works nicely here.
VT Raspberry Jam/INW Raspberry/FA JAmmy/Candy Wizzard = Pretty forward, the jam is dark and sweet, and INW Raspberry brightens it up nicely.
FA Meringue = For sweetness, texture, and that little powdered sugar on top.
And there you have it !
Enjoy, be queer & vape on !!
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