Used in 628 recipes at an average of 1.324%.
A very tasty RY4 Vanilla Pistachio Cream. I blended both TPA Pistachio and WF Pistachio Cream. Although WF Pistachio Cream isn't quite a pistachio, it is a very flavorful and creamy nut. It works great with TPA Pistachio and in effect, adds more nuttiness to the recipe. I used TPA RY4 Double and added 1% of WF Vanilla Cream Extra and .5% of WF Cookie Butter to give it even more creaminess, sharpness and butteriness.
Please enjoy and feedback welcomed!
Thrown together on Fresh03's "Mixing For Mike" show on 6/12. Addy Tuney's donation to the GoFundMe for VapinTrucker's family earned him the right to command me to create a "Blueberry Jam Butter Biscuit." He clarified that it could be either an American or European biscuit, so I went with the shortbready type cookie interpretation of the word biscuit rather than going all Pillsbury doughboy with it.
This is not bad for at all for a first draft, but I'm going to give it the steep and tweak treatment and come back with an improved version later.
When Tuney said blueberry jam, I immediately knew I wanted to use VT Bilberry Ripe. Easily the best blueberry jam I've tried, much better blueberry jam than VT's own Blueberry Jam, which is absurd. The WF Blueberry Jam might prove to be unnecessary and disappear from the finished version, but I just really liked the way it worked in Rin's Blueberry Cheesecake and wanted to use it. FE Lemon is there because until someone makes a blueberry flavor that pops on its own like blueberry + lemon, you're going to see me adding a little lemon anytime the subject of blueberry comes up. It might be unnecessary here as well, but it's reflex at this point.
Mr. Tuney said butter and WF Cookie Butter was the first thing that came to mind. It's so good. If it turns out that it just makes a more buttery cookie after steeping, rather than giving me a layer of butter under the blueberry, I might have to try something else.
CAP Sugar Cookie is the go-to cookie that I knew would work with the blueberry. I used some WF Shortbread Cookie to crisp it up and make it more shortbread-tasting versus a big soft sugar cookie. Hopefully keeping it fairly low keeps it from being too burnt after a steep, but if the biscuit comes out overcooked, I might have to replace it with something more basic like JF Biscuit.
SSA Ice Cream Vanilla is mostly for a buttery mouthfeel finish, but also because there's never enough vanilla in any biscuit/cookie flavor. Hopefully I haven't overdone it, but if it grows over time, I might have to use less of it in the final version.
Here’s my version of a delicious,simple banana pudding that IMO is decent off the shake and ready to go. I prefer to add 0.5% cap SS to pretty much all my recipes (this one included) however it’s very tasty without so if you prefer not to use sweetener,this recipe is a banger without. Please leave your feedback if you give this one or any of my other recipes a mix, kind regards and stay safe people 💙
Delicious sweet blueberry tart for this week's episode of Mixin Vixens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrCc_4n3Zkg
An "everything but the kitchen sink" custard made with mostly new and newer WF flavors. AT 5 days, I could not put this down . . . unfortunately, I didn't make a big enough test batch. Off to make another, bigger bottle and let it sit before digging in. Lots of flavors . . . high percentage . . . blah blah blah. Again, took the classic vanilla custard route with new/newer flavors. Spurred to release this to show my appreciation for Frank and the folks at Wonder Flavours for their overwhelming generosity in the Developed WF giveaway and to showcase how Wonder-ful their Flavours truly are. This is a solid vanilla custard . . . I'm proud of it and stay impressed by the great things WF puts out. Add 0.5% of the sweetener of your choosing.
This is my entry for Developeds #DevelopedWF contest.
A chewy, sweet glazed donut with dark coffee notes. Goes well together with some real coffee.
You can most probably leave out the Brazilian Coffee and add some other ingredients to the donut base.
Hope you‘ll enjoy this simple recipe and please leave some feedback if you do!
Delicious coconut cookies, crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside but filled with sweet creamy coconut flavor and a nice play of textures.
FLV Sweet Coconut is creamy coconut. Adds to the sweetness of the cookie.
FA Coco to support FLV Sweet Coconut. These two are always together when I mix anything coconut. I will probably do a v.4 with VT Dessicated Coconut.
FW Bavarian Cream is a light buttery and sweet cream used to carry the coconut part.
FA Meringue is thick and adds more sweetness, here to support FW Bavarian Cream.
WF Cookie Butter is sweet and supports both the buttery notes in FW Bavarian Cream and CAP Sugar Cookie and give it some chewyness.
FA Cookie for a crunchy cookie outside.
CAP Sugar Cookie for the bulk of the cookie here, buttery sweetness, and chewy inside.