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Phil. butter cake for the buttery cake note. Angel Cake to fill the rest of the cake out without being too buttery. JF Cookie butter for light spiced noted.
Toasted almonds were an experiment to see what happens if you use both. Turns out it doesn't really do much so you can use one or the other if you do not have both.
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.
A yummy poundcakish bakery, with nice nuts, on a light vanilla-caramel frosting.
I like it how it is, but there is enough space to add a fruit or a other note, if you like!
I.e. 0.25-0.5% INW Raspberry(Malina) or 1.75-2% TPA Banana Cream is working well with the cake and the nuts.
2% TPA Dulce de Leche is also a secret wappon, to make anything special out of this cake.
Change and/or add sweetener to taste.
"Publiched yesterday for the the WF-Online-Mixing-Challenge".
This is one of my favorite recipes of mine.i think its close to perfect.you can sub the peanut butter with any other peanut butter.you have to use tpa’s peanut butter at high % you could even go to as high as 8% with it.i didn't want the peanut butter to be the main flavor,i wanted it to take a back seat to OOO’s strawberry jam which is amazing.enjoy.. please give feedback i want your opinions
Vanilla Buttermilk Cake with Icing and Sprinkles
I use an RDA single coil about 0.16-0.20 ohms and 50 Watts.
Thanks to Pippa for the review here https://youtu.be/_RGvzfe4RjE?t=6126
Read reviews here https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3650274/Vanilla%20Buttermilk%20Cake
Feel free to check out my one shots available
here https://www.diyflavorchaser.com/lukeloop and https://www.chefsflavours.co.uk/collections/luke-loop