Used in 384 recipes at an average of 2.179%.
Need someone else to test before I release it. Also testing with 1% custard in place of the tfa french van dlx. Message me with your thoughts after testing please. Edit: I am also going to try wf baked strawberry not sure how I didnt think of that may replace sweet strawberry entirely will see...edit buttercream is a bit too high at 4% adjusting to 3% not sure how this flavor is used at an average of 1% cant taste it at all that low.
Concrete River Review - Yeah, it's pretty good? It kind of reminds me of some kind of matcha petit four. That cake base, along with the waxier parts of the eisai and the butteryness of the coffee milk froth.
What's most surprising here is that the coffee funk from the tiramisu and the coffee milk froth aren't really coming through clearly? I think that was the most concerning thing to me, just looking at the recipe.
I'll have to go back and check my notes on the tiramisu, but I think has some coffee in there, and the coffee milk froth has some as well. But the earthier lead-in from the eisai kind of bends around that finish on the coffees into tasting a lot more cohesive than it should.
I wouldn't call it especially "grassy", especially with something like a green tea in the recipe.
Although, I totally admit I eyeballed those percentages a bit, lol. You went full Jarvis with that .62% nonsense.
But yeah, pretty good.
It took me a long time to get a good cake that I could taste ALL parts of. WF really has the be all of cakes. I alternate in this recipe with fluffy white cake and angel cake. Can’t decide which I like better.
LA cake batter is just such an amazing flavour. Way better than FW cake batter dip IMO.
Ice cream, meringue and frosting make up the frosting and back up the moistness of the cake.
The biscuit and cookie are in there as back notes to take the mix from a cake flavoured custard to an actually BAKED cake.
Sprinkles and powdered sugar give us our sprinkles and sugar linger.
I like to load this with super sweet but sweeten to your liking.
If you mix it, please review it. It’s just good etiquette. :)