Cupcake Batter

Cupcake batter, I believe is one of the top sellers for our Flavorah! and no wonder, it is finger licking good!  From the time you take the top off and just sniff the bottle, I know that is when the flavor gets one hooked! Light fluffy or even a heavy cupcake batter, the things I can add into this flavor will make a grown man blush! 😛

Ok for my testing in yes, those famous 10ml bottles, I ran the gauntlet again from 2 drops .04 grams up to 8 drops .16 grams. Using only 2 drops, its extremely light, but you can begin to taste it after eh.. 2-3 days sit time. At this point, you could mix this in with other creams or even flv’s pound cake for a more richer cakey experience. Raising it up to the 4 drops, and after a few days sitting around, a good start to a rich cupcake batter, and thinking on that, you could build into your batter now with other add ins. Yeah, you guys thought I’d drop more secrets out, eh? I might.. keep reading! at 6 drops, to me in a 10ml bottle is on the verge of being obscene! I can see here if I push it further, I will get that funky chemical tail my tongue always seems to be picking up. I don’t think I will be trying it at the 8 drop amount.. not yet anyways, and the 8 drop bottle has a spot on my table when I am once again wanting to play with my batter! Now on to a good recipe:

Cuppy Cakes! 30ml

14 drops .28 grams Cupcake Batter
9 drops .18 grams Pound Cake
2 drops .04 grams Cookie
6 drops .12 grams Sweet coconut
6 drops .12 grams Butterscotch
6 drops. 12 grams Greek Yogurt

See how I did this, with the layering? the pound cake will help with the body, unless I slip in 1 drop .02 grams of either mango or banana. The cookie, lends more of a bready bit, but will fade into the cake batter, and give it that cakey cookie dough type. The sweet coconut, its like adding in coconut milk, sweet light and creamy, for a more liquid type taste; if you do not want it liquidy, then go ahead and use the coconut at 2 drops per 30ml. The butterscotch is a hidden treasure here, as you can tounge chase and if you didn’t mix this, you wouldn’t recognize the scotch part, as the greek yogurt adds in some of that tangy bit of battery dough.. 😉

Now, if you can read in between the lines here.. and play with this recipe, you could turn out a omg melt your drip tip sugar cookie dough.. but… if you can’t, then might have to wait a bit, maybe I will drop it again somewhere! ~S

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