Nfsc Flavor

Baking By qweenie Updated 17 Nov 2010 , 1:02am by GeminiRJ

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qweenie Posted 3 Nov 2010 , 6:19am
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I dont really like the flavor of nfsc. Can anyone suggest a flavor to add to it. I have tried almond, lemon & butter flavorings. I think the texture of the cookie is fine, but I dont like the flavor. I do use RI on them.

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bonniebakes Posted 3 Nov 2010 , 11:39am
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you can change that basic recipe - or any basic recipe - to the flavor you want by adding other flavors instead of the vanilla extract.

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elliespartycake Posted 3 Nov 2010 , 11:54am
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I love the flavor of NFSC but if I didn't I'd just try adding flavors I do like until I find "the one".
Good Luck

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LindaF144a Posted 3 Nov 2010 , 12:04pm
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Can you be more specific somehow? Like do you want more butte taste, more sugar taste, texture?

I made these up. My DD who does not like almond didn't like them. My son loved them and proclaimed that i must make that recipe only for the rest of my life. This created quite the debate between DD and DS. So now i make a batch of vanilla flavored and a batch of almond flavor. I have to try the chocolate version soon too, maybe for thanksgiving and i can decorate some turkeys.

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7yyrt Posted 4 Nov 2010 , 10:09pm
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I always double the vanilla.
You can get different flavor (and texture) by the way they are cooked too; just barely dry, or with a slight golden edge, or with a brown edge all have folks here who like those particular ones best.

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sweetreasures Posted 4 Nov 2010 , 11:51pm
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I didn't like these too much when I first tried them but I loved how they kept their shape. Eventually it grew on me especially after I tried my regular sugar cookie recipe again which spreads all over the place. Before Cake Central that didn't matter too me but now I like that the cookies keep their shape with the NFSC. I like buttercream and the sweetness of the bc offsets the blander taste of the cookies. I like using lemon for the flavoring.

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cakesrock Posted 5 Nov 2010 , 2:08pm
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I totally agree with sweetreasures! I prefer the taste of my own sugar cookies but nothing beats NFSC for manageability and shape!
As far as flavor goes, I am going to try the Princess cake and cookie emulsion in my next batch. I use it in my MMF (Rhonda's ultimate) and it's such a nice may want to try that or wedding bouquet or creme bouquet. I use them in my BC and they are really yummy!

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eolan68 Posted 5 Nov 2010 , 2:32pm
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Hi cakesrock....Sorry for my ignorance as I'm new in the cookie world. What do you mean when you said "Princess cake and cookie emulsion". Are these recipes??? I totally agree with qwennie I'm not too crazy with the NFSC but they are great for on the shape. I need to make 3 dozen cookies this weekend and I would like to try something different. Thanks

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7yyrt Posted 5 Nov 2010 , 3:46pm
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TracyLH Posted 5 Nov 2010 , 5:31pm
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I also double the vanilla, using a really good quality one. For other flavoring options, I absolutely love the all-natural flavorings from Spices Etc. A lot of my cookie friends use them as well. I like it in my dough and/or my RI. It adds a lot of variety to my cookie offerings and I get great reviews.

I have used, and liked, Coconut, Lime, Orange, Cherry, Lemon, Pumpkin Pie Spice, Two Fold Vanilla, Raspberry, Root Beer, Maple, Toffee, Pomegranate, Chocolate (fab for a deep tasting chocolate cookie) and more. I also love, love, love their Clear Vanilla. It is perfect for when I need a flavoring in my RI that will not compete with the cookie flavor or when I am doing white or a light colored RI (no color tint as with normal vanilla). I need to order more today as snowflake/snowmen cookies are just around the corner!

If you ever want to check them out for the future, here is a link to the page on their all-natural flavorings and extracts:

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qweenie Posted 11 Nov 2010 , 1:44am
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Thanks for all of your great ideas. I will def. use them!

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karabeal Posted 11 Nov 2010 , 1:55am
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I really like lime flavor in my sugar cookies--tartness to play off the sweetness of the cookie and icing. But the very first time I ever used LorAnn oils I poured half the little bottle of lime flavor into my NFSC batch. I thought that would be a very mild amount of flavor. NOT SO! Very strong. The cookies were pretty inedible--even after they were frosted. So if you haven't ever used those oils, learn from my mistake and truly add one drop at a time. Now that I do that, the lime flavor is super yum! Those little oil bottles don't cost much so I think they are fun to experiment with.

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GeminiRJ Posted 17 Nov 2010 , 1:02am
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I agree with Tracy! Spices, etc. has some amazing flavors! I'm waiting (anxiously) for my latest shipment. I ordered: anise, cherry, chocolate, white chocolate, root beer, and marshmallow. Yumm! Can't wait to get baking!

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