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Nickevz
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This recipe was created for my "in-theory" section of videos featured on my youtube channel "nevans above - the mixing hub"

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5YUHaFZqATE

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=63nAMAlyxDo

ATTENTION

ATF does not have MB S'mores Brownie in the database so FW S'mores is a place marker, when it is added to the database i shall amend this recipe

here's my take on a classic, Loaded S'mores... graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate.

catch the video over on my youtube channel for full notes and why i chose what i chose

This has been a tricky profile to nail down due to the cake flavour going under the radar with past attempts, this one finally nails it down.

A soft pink and yellow sponge cake with a light slathering of apricot jam and a coat of marzipan to finish

The cake base comes in the form of WF fluffy white, CAP sugar cookie cake and OOO cornbread, Fluffy white cake and sugar cookie brings all the characteristics of a sponge except the crumb so corn bread just boosts that element slightly making the cake a bit more bolder and visible amongst the other components.

MB apricot jam is perfect here as it has that jammy feel I’m looking for without using extra concentrates to boost the pectin content.

Finally the marzipan is built by using FA almond and FA marzipan, using almond aswell as marzipan just helps build layers so the marzipan becomes a bit more “bitey” rather than an almond fondant from using marzipan alone it has a touch of graininess to it representing the sugary feel a bit better.

Sweetener is subjective and if you’re not a fan you can leave it out but I feel it helps the marzipan so bare that in mind.

If you make this then please rate and review accordingly, another way to support me is by purchasing some of my one-shots from either of these vendors below :)

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Hypothetical recipe for a shamrock shake from McDonald’s. Untested. Provisional.

Here’s my take on an ice-cream trinity, Liquid barn VIC is the base as it’s just the best solo ice-cream flavour in my opinion, FA milk gives it the slightly melt in your mouth feeling and then its all ironed out with a touch of FA premium custard. A bunch of naughty DAAP filled concentrates that work a dream together to create an amazing Vanilla ice-cream.

Make a one-shot concentrate and use between 4-6% with other fruits/desserts for best results.

A set vanilla cream pie topped with cinnamon sugar.

My base here is FA cookie and Graham cracker V2, the graham cracker also brings a cinnamon note that helps the magic sprinkles on top :)

The cream part is self explanatory being the VT vanilla cream, the Sugar cookie brings more vanilla and also kinda sets it a little an adds a touch more bakery.

FLV caramel is the brown sugar, paired with FLV rich cinnamon is a nice little combo for that final dusting.

This isn’t a groundbreaking recipe but it’s so delicious and moreish you won’t be able to put it down. You can shake and vape this but it is better after a week once that VT butter from the vanilla cream infiltrates the recipe as a whole.

If you like what I do and this recipe then please rate and review accordingly ❤️

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Another looper remix, but with an unorthodox route.

As a base I was thinking of using VTA LMP as a main lemon note but then that wouldn’t be a looper remix would it?
So I used what’s notoriously known to be in a looper recipe and that’s TFA fruit circles, everybody knows to expect lemon pledge from this concentrate so I don’t want any whinging and whining 😂 after a week or two it calms down enough to not be perceived as old lady potpourri.
The orange note comes from the carrot cake which also has a walnut note but with it only being the slightest touch it does nothing but help the cereal side of things and the cream cheese icing gives a richness to the milk. Moving on, my memory fails me to wether there was any sort of “berry crunch” aspect to the original juice in question but with only citrus being featured it seemed a bit one dimensional so DV berry crush was used to add that extra dimension I was looking for, I tried a few different berry concentrates including WF berry cobbler which was excellent as far as the berries were concerned but having to take it to such a level where the berries came through I was introducing too much AP so I tried FA forest mix and VTA forest fruits but finally settled on DV berry crush as it seemed to work with the cereal a bit better. The FLV milk adds just a touch of malt that I was looking for. Puff cereal is a good base but only low as it contains quite a bit of AP, FA cookie gives the cereal a sort of “cooked/oven baked” tinge that I was looking for, The cream puff helps both sides out, the cereal side and adds a touch of butyric for that full fat milk taste, the Devon cream thickens it and adds a velvety touch. All in all it’s a different take on a classic and I’d love you to try it 😁

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Coming at you with another tobacco tainted wizardly mix, this is a butterfinger as if it Has been penetrated with a faint tobacco edge :)

Thanks to Phil hailes for sending me a big pack of butterfingers to get this done :)

Everything is self explanatory when considering we’re recreating a real life chocolate/candy bar, I feel the only concentrate in there that needs the explanation is the cereal 27... this adds crunch but that’s not the only reason... if you watch “gourmet makes” hosted by the channel “Bon apetit” on YouTube then you’ll have seen that they added cornflakes, also, butterfingers have a real salty vibe due to what I think is the peanut butter, so I have used CCW salted caramel to reach that profile.

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Read ‘em and weep... yeh, another recipe, and it will blow you’re mind if you love custards with a slight tobacco edge. Thick eggy vanilla tobacco custard, no explaining needed for this one. Just try it and let it become your new favourite recipe :) if you’re on the outside looking in and think you know what’s going on, think again you know nothing Jon snow ;) #jealousyisadishbestservedwitholiveoilandparmesan #saltybae

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Rhuberry Custard Tart, is a soft pastry case, layered with a healthy smearing of rhubarb and raspberry filling and then topped with thick delicious custard.

Ok so, FA Apple pie and FA cookie build the tart casing, Sugar cookie will contribute too.

The custard is fairly explanatory, it’s just custard premium as I didn’t want anything to stand in the way of that sticky rhubarb and raspberry filling, don’t get me wrong, the custard is there but it’s just not overboard.

Ok now to it, the best rhubarb by a country mile is VTA rhubarb compote... the only problem, it’s weak so you have to push it, it’s already thick, sticky and tart so adding VTA raspberry jam just finished it off beautifully.

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User: Nickevz Score: 5 Entered: 10 months ago
Top class custard that could only be made better by dropping the CCI completely or replacing with VT VBCF, I’m a huge fan of putting bakery elements in custards to fill them them out and add a sweet eggy richness and FW yellow cake does that brilliantly... overall this is a really good custard and kudos to the creator, don’t be put off by the name it in no way reflects the taste of the recipe :)
User: Nickevz Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
Everything you could want in a strawberry milk, sweet syrupy silky strawberry milk, nice deep thick mouthfeel, if you like strawberry/cream recipes this ones for you.
User: Nickevz Score: None Entered: 11 days ago
I can see where the fascination would have come from for this but i think with the concentrates available today it loses its appeal, but still a good mix nonetheless.
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