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Have a damn donut! 😋
For a cake donut base I wanted something a little different. Wasn't a fan of straight zeppola or the usual cap\tpa glazed donut concentrates on their own. Also the latter force a glaze on you. This works very well, stands up to a longer steep & lots of different flavor combos. Oh, I get zero play-doh from this which is a bonus.
Edit 7.12.19 This recipe holds up very well in a stock coil sub ohm tank. Even mesh(lose some texture but no mistaking it for anything but a donut).😀
Enjoy on it's own or add whatever floats your boat.
Donut base: zep for the fried dough note, enough for a taste & to give us an outside to fill with the cake mixture.
Yellow Cake & Cake batter: I want this to be a nice full flavor. 3% for that nice cake taste & texture. 1% Cap cb to help smooth the mix out & drive home that this is a cake donut. This flavor holds it's own & can really help fill out a cake mix in a heavier way. (If you wanted\can't get jf you could sub fw Yellow cake (sugar warning))
A dash of sweetener ( I used 1 drop\15ml of cap ss) seems needed for this on it's own I feel. But unless you want that plain donut that nobody else touches it helps. Leaving it out because someone always eats that donut. Not sure if desperation or enjoyment 🤔
To make this a glazed donut: add 1%ish la cci, or flv frosting or tpa glazed donut.
Powdered sugar donut: add .5- 1% ooo powdered sugar or, if you get powdered sugar taste from it: .5%ish tpa glazed donut. Even a little fa meringue would probably do the trick.
Blueberry donut: 2% tpa blueberry extra & 4% fw blueberry with .5% lemon Sicily (just a personal fave combination if not using the trifecta)
Will post my favorite version as soon as I'm done tweaking it.
There's really a ton you can build with this. It's tasty off the shake & 3-5 days should give it a fairly good chance to develop. But because of the cake batter I ask you please give it a week before rating :) I usually add fruits afterwards with this one depending what I'm in the mood for. Have suggested ratio at 80\20 so you can actually weigh it out as pre-mix on atf when adding flavors to it : )
Enjoy & Happy Mixing! Feedback is always appreciated! 😎💨💨
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: Skiddlz, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, folkart, and ID10-T .
This recipe is our remix of Teleos The Milk. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 12 https://youtu.be/BHZOQm6BhVo
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I cant tell a lie. I am not very good at explaining myself or how flavors do or dont work together. So I will tell a story instead.
I told a more experienced mixer what I wanted to create. So she shot me a recipe. A pretty dam good one I might add. The first version was a little to strong for me but i like it enough to try and make it suitable for me. I tryed many versions and this one came out just right for me. Thank You!!!
Cake batter and vanilla cupcake make the cake part of the recipe. Vanilla ice Cream by liquid barn not only cream things up a bit but also is the cream filling in the top layer, the hazelnut also adds a bit of dimension. Flavor west sweetener at .75% if you like sweet cake enjoy!!!! Made for Flavor Pro contest Jennife Jarvis The Queen of Vape.
Inspired by the classic Apple Buttah from Goldfish18.
SnV certified - seriously, the fresher this juice is the better! Mix this up, give it a good shake and fill or drip to your hearts content!
Cake batter, Pudding base, Pound cake, Funnel cake & Pie crust - this provides a wonderful base of cake batter-y goodness! CAP cake batter is truly glorious, as I was trying to bring out the silky batter side of the flavour VT’s pudding base seemed like it would be a good companion. Oh boy was it a good choice! It really amplifies the vanilla/pudding aspects of the recipe. Pound cake “firms up” the cake side of it, whilst funnel cake adds a bit of a deep fried tinge. Pie crust adds a slight buttery/pastry note for a bit more depth.
Meringue, Dairy milk, Sweet cream - playing again on the cake batter notes of the recipe, these 3 add a bit more of a moist, dairy edge which sets off the vanilla pudding aspects of the juice.
Apple pie filling, Fuji Apple - the Apple portion of the recipe! Apple pie filling is an interesting one, and pretty bang on for what it should be! The only problem is that it doesn’t quite have the Apple “bite” that I was looking for. This is where Fuji steps in! The combination of the two provides a deep, textured, no holds barred Apple pie filling that sits right on top of our batter base. Feel free to sub FA Fuji Apple for CAP Fuji Apple here @ the same percentage!
Super sweet - sweeten to taste, I find 0.25% to be the sweet spot for this recipe though!
These were all flavors that just belonged together naturally IMO. They practically screamed at me to combine them. This recipe ends up a sweet, creamy, dark vanilla, dessert tobacco with warm bourbon intermingled. Although you can vape this within a few days it would be better to let it steep longer if possible. If you do not have the WF-Vanilla Ruyan Custard you can sub it with DIYFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 3% and CAP-Vanilla Custard v1 2% and it will still get you pretty close. If you are a fan of oak flavorings you could easily add a drop to this as well. I was just trying to keep the recipe list a bit shorter for a change.
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Having spent quite a while working on my DIY game by mixing other people's recipes, experimenting with percentages, building up my stash and mixing gear and starting to look into profiles, I have finally created something of my own which I feel is worthy of sharing!
I have been enjoying banana milks recently, but noticed a lack of available banoffee profile recipes when a friend asked me to make one for him.
I started off simple, but kept adding more to the profile until I had the complex beast you see before you (of which I went through 30ml in a day after a 7 day steep).
I won't do a huge breakdown of all ingredients and how they add to the mix as it would take way too long, but would love any suggestions for improvement.
Initially mixed with a milk frother in a warm water bath (not for speed steeping but because it reduces the viscosity of the base making blending more effective) in a 180ml batch, the recipe starts to get great at 7 days but is AWESOME after 3 weeks.
Give it a try and let me know what you think! 😊