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Bright blueberry buttery cake with buttercream frosting,,my first time using flv bb muffin used at 4% as its the base flavor here cap vannila cupcake to help the cake and frosting ,Vt bilberry ripe to round out the flv bb muff,, wf buttercream frosting to top it off and a little wf cookie butter to add some butter Simple straightforward pretty good off the shake but hopefully some of the bakery’s will come forward in 3 to 5 days days Definitely a word in progress all comments welcomed
This recipe started as an evolution but really it's a revolution in mixing.
What other recipe in DIY can you sub almost everything with another and it's still good?
What began as a remix to "Oreo's in custard" has evolved into something even more special.
This is a mouth full of all day vape off the shake but best in a week.
I have subbed nearly every ingredient in this recipe and each time it's been a success. If you have only got VTA Vanilla buttercream frosting, that works. Inawera custard rather than TFA VII works well.
No sugar cookie? use JF Cookie. Haven't got one ingredient leave it out or throw in 3%5% of FW Butterscotch Ripple.
Try subbing the cookie for a Molinberry version, it won't hurt it.
Add some fruit like bananas, berries ect and it will hold up nicely.
Make it even fatter in mouthfeel by adding some FLV Vanilla Marshmallow? Maybe even sub in some cheesecake? Regardless it will hold up beautifully!
In over 4 years of mixing I haven't seen a recipe that is as constantly versatile and delicious as this is to work off.
Have fun with it & enjoy the evolution!
FA Cookie is a wonderful base for a shortbread cookie. It's got a little bit of sugary sweetness but it doesn't mask the other notes and it's not creamy at all.
INW Biscuit is a perfect addition to what we're trying to do here. A simple a delightfully crunchy note for an authentic butter cookie.
We're getting our butter from WF Cookie Butter SC. It's just a nice warm butter goes a long way in this recipe adding to the mouth feel and texture of this recipe.
Sweeten to taste. I use FW Sweetener at 0.5% in here.
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An awesome base layer of sugar cookie enhanced by the cookie butter, layering in some butterscotch cream pie bolstered by fw butterscotch and deepened with bavarian cream. Layering in some fresh slices of apples balanced delicately with apple pie spices. Some crumble topping to finish things off!!
Give this a week to become balanced and full bodied.
I always add .3% SS, or 1 drop per 10ml. I am testing this on a .35 fused clapton in a pixie drop at 45-50w
tl;dr - strawberry cream bakery profile.
Adding #Developed Summer to this to get some public attention . . . check up on your friends and family who are in education (all the way from the administrators to the maintenance workers). We're struggling to keep the bar raised educating the youth and trying to make sure everybody gets home healthy.
Need something to wash the bitter taste of wearing a mask for 8 hours teaching these little ones and the disgust at how their lives are being monetized out of my mouth. I thought about going for a Lysol wipe flavor profile (because chemical lemon is definitely easy with DIY . . . and I'm wistfully looking at the bottom of my last canister of wipes after cleaning between classes for a week, knowing that the school system isn't supplying them, and the local stores are all sold out). So, here's a strawberry cream bakery profile to distract me from the despair and gloom of modern teaching. I'd like to see these "in-person school during a pandemic" decision makers come into my 4th grade class and teach a room full of kids (trying to be socially distant) with 12 others simultaneously on virtual (grappling with the technology learning curve), all while trying to monitor cleanliness and sanitation. Heck, I'd like to see one of them come into a normal classroom setting and try to teach at all.
Think I might be on to something here . . . only problem is it needs at least 3 weeks of steeping time (set aside and just found it again, so that's why I'm saying at least 3 weeks . . . it could be great after 2 . . . not sure). It's a lot going on percentage-wise and number of concentrates. The result is a soft, natural oatmeal cookie dotted with chewy globs of strawberry jam and slightly spiced with cinnamon. Careful with the granola and molasses . . . a little goes a long way.
Edit: Forgot to mention, both cookies (JF and FA) were an accident in putting the recipe into ATF. I just went with it when I mixed and am chalking it up to a happy accident.
I really wanted something close to those soft little buttery cookies my mom makes for Christmas each year with a dollop of raspberry jam in the middle of each cookie then baked, they are great but I wanted it with strawberry instead of raspberry. So I came up with this recipe to scratch that itch when I can't have the real thing. It has quickly become part of my regular rotation of flavors that I ADV. It is fairly close and accurate to what I remember the cookies themselves tasting like.
TFA Butter: ....Because butter. It's my favorite butter next to VT Butter base and if you're going to make these cookies, you need butter. And this certainly provides that.
Cookie Butter: This is a great flavor and just works great with all bakeries, but especially cookies. At the recommendation of Fresh03, I put this with almost any bakery of cookie I am making. It is just great. It also adds some buttery aspect to this mix because I remember these cookies being very soft and buttery so the more butter the better.
JF Cookie/CAP Sugar Cookie: Equal parts of my favorite two cookie bases make an exceptional base for any cookie, really. But especially a straight up blonde sugar cookie. I love this combination and I first saw it used in Golden Oreo Pudding by DeeJayMills and it really is a good combo.
Graham Cracker Clear: Basically this exists in the mix just to accentuate the cookie base. This recipe works for me kind of like cookie butter, but for crusts and cookies as a "dryness" instead of butter. So basically I put it in everything where some kind of bakery crust is present as well.
Shisha Vanilla: A bright vanilla note that this kind of soft buttery cookie benefits from. I also remember these cookies having that vanilla note in the outer crust where there wasn't any jam.
Strawberry Jam: This was a no brainer. This is my favorite jam and certainly my favorite strawberry jam. So it was an obvious choice, and at 3% it's high enough to be the main note without being too buttery.
Strawberry (baked): This is present to act as the finished "crust" or baked top of the dollop of jam in the middle of the cookie. And seriously, this stuff is great. If you don't own any, go get some. It's the only flavor like it, it's definitely one of a kind.
I’ve been chasing that Biscoff Cookie Butter profile for a long time and I’m still so far off... BUT, I stumbled across a very good 321 that I thought I would share. This really comes together after 5 days or so and continues to get better. Let me know what you think and if you are chasing the cookie butter profile, let me know what’s been working for you... thanks!