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This week's profile was NOT going to be a cake with coconut on it haha. So I went with white chocolate instead :D
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This is a moist and delicious carrot cake, that’s full of flavor and which consists of soft baked carrot cake with coconut, walnuts, raisins and spiked with a touch of rum and then topped off with a fluffy cream cheese frosting.
I started with the carrot cake and of course Vape train makes one of the best. So I used Carrot Cake mixed with Cinnamon Donut to add a cinnamon note and add depth to the cake. Then I tossed in some Sweet Cream, Rum & Raisin, Sweet Mate and Desiccated Coconut to complete the cake. Then for the cream cheese frosting I used VTA Cheesecake which has a great cream cheese flavor, mixed with VTA Vanilla Buttercream Frosting to create a fluffy cream cheese frosting.
You Voted, We Mixed a White Chocolate Raspberry....kinda.
What we were going for was a type of raspberry infused, white chocolate "fudge Bon Bon". What we ended up with was more of a Raspberry and Cream. Although it wasn't accurate to the profile we were going for, it was close and very delicious. The raspberry is sweet and is most definitely the top note, but by adding the VT Love DIY, it seemed to help blend the creams with the raspberry to give it a more balanced feel. If you want to get more white chocolate and less of the raspberry, you can increase the FW White Chocolate to 2.5%. This seems to be a bit more accurate to the original profile we were going after, but we enjoyed the over-all recipe as listed below. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/RhcL50uOXE8.
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Here is a Christmas Treat for you.
Mjuk Pepparkaka Translates directly from Swedish into "Soft Pepper Cookie".
I never really got that as there is no pepper in the cookies.
It is basically gingerbread cookies, but in Sweden we beside ginger have the trio of cinnamon, clove and cardamom in there.
The vanilla pudding is for the mouthfeel.
Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is for more vanilla and a layer of frosting on top.
The Lava Cake does not really introduce any chocolate here.
It plays the roll of Dark Syrup and does that beautifully.
Again steep overnight and it is good to go.
The ginger is a bit to prominent for the real Swedish feel but mellows out a bit with time.
Banana and Nilla Wafer cake for this weeks episode of The Mixin Vixens:
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When I look at this picture I, for whatever reason, am reminded of those glorious Windmill cookies. They were spiced cookies with a little bit of almond in them. I quite liked them as a kid. (not as common to find now and last I had them, were disappointing in comparison with what I remembered) So this is my attempt to turn that cookie into a cake with some glaze on it.
OOO cake has an inherent almond note in it already with a little glaze note. FW White cake to add to cake note. JF Cookie butter for the spice note. Toasted almond to enhance almond. VT frosting to add slightly to the glaze as it was not pronounced enough and to add sweetness and vanilla note as well.