Or, more specifically, the Fear of Peanut Butter sticking to the roof of your mouth.
That's all this is. Pure, buttery, goopey, nutty, caramel goodness.
TPA DX and SSA bring the main peanut butter notes, a pair in heaven, albeit a tad bit NUTTY, so that's where WF caramel butter, and jf Dulce De Leche come in, bringing more buttery, deep sweet, caramely, smooth creamy goodness.
The fun tricks in this are flv cotton candy, to boost the sugar caramelization and flv avocado for T H I C C mouthfeel.
The super sweet is of course optional. I've kept it low for my own personal tastes. Do whatcha wanna do there, as always you should.
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A peanut butter and Caramel infused cheesecake, with a spread of grape jelly to end things.
Dulce and Caramel butter to back up the already awesome ssa peanut butter. Sweet yogurt for that cheesecake tang. Graham cracker to really boost that crust note to play with the pb. And a light combo of candied grapes for a light jelly finish.
Here SS plays into the jelly.
Brown Sugar Bourbon and Almond Ice Creams, folded together with chunks of Ripe Cherries and Toasted Almonds.
Inspired by a real life Ice Cream, not a direct recreation, as I have never personally tried B&J's Punch Line. Looks great though lol.
Anyway, here, LB is the base ice cream note. WF almond custard lies in here to boose the creams with an almond note, giving us the almond ice cream, and then wf aged bourbon cream and flv caramel give us the brown sugar bourbon ice cream notes. Simple, yet deep layering with great flavors.
Marzipan FA is here to act as a sort of bridge between almond and cherry. SSA Ripe Cherry gives us our little nibbles of sweet, authentic, maraschino cherries. And CAP toasted almond gives us exactly what you would think.
This recipe took some slight % adjusting to get everything to play at the levels that i wanted them to play at, but overall, i am quite happy with these results!
as always, sweetener is subjective, but here fw plays a solid role in keeping things authentically sweet yet not overly so as with super sweet would.