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This is a delicious super flavorful lemon vape. The lemon needs about 5 days to mellow out, but once its steeped its the perfect balance IMO
The crust base uses INW Biscuit and pastry zest (Which carries a nice lemon note)
The lemon base uses WF Lemon squares, another delish flavor, along with FE Lemon and cap lemon meringue pie.
Fa Custard premium brings it all together.
Feel free to leave out the super sweet if thats not your thing, but I feel it contributes to the recipe and makes everything pop
Really have been enjoying this one.
If you choose to mix it, please let me know how you like it.
A while ago, I picked up WF Butterscotch Cream Pie - and quite frankly... I forgot why.
So I thought to myself "enough is enough!" and I made this with it.
I decided the mixture of AP, INW biscuit and FA Apple Pie would make the perfect crust I was looking for and it has a sort of butteriness over this combo. And I really wanted you to taste the crust!
Duh.. WF Butterscotch Cream Pie, which is helped on its way by INW Custard, FW Butterscotch Ripple and a little bit SS to make it disgustingly sweet.
I find that WF Butterscotch Cream Pie has just about enough cream in it for me to get away not using a cream - although FW Butterscotch Ripple does give it a hand with that as well.
It tastes pretty fatty, sweet and buttery. Makes me feel like a disgusting pig vaping this, but it's such a guilty pleasure really.
Give it about 3 days steep and you're good to go.
Emily and ladies of Mixinvixens, thanks so much for inviting me back to your show! As a 3 month old mixer, this recipe truly was a challenge for me. I am proud to say that I got no help past my husband's palate and feedback. It took intense study of each flavor, several episodes of Noted, and 2 different batches to arrive at this recipe. After a final tweak of sweeteners, I am done.
So the challenge picture looked like a flaky, pastry-like biscuit, filled with a vanilla cream, fresh strawberries, and a dusting of powdered sugar. I tackled the biscuit part first, which needed a biscuit texture combined with buttery flakiness. I chose IN Biscuit paired with VTA Croissant to do this careful balancing act. If I had used JF Biscuit, it would have been too sweet and moist, and if I used to much Croissant, it would have been too buttery. Note that VTA Croissant does not taste right off the shake; it must steep out a bare minimum of 5 days! After a 7 day steep, these 2 flavors arrived at just the right texture, and as great light, flaky, pastry-like biscuit exhale.
The cream was easier. I wanted a vanilla whipped cream, not too rich, and a recipe that only took 7 days to steep. FA Cream Fresh was light, and didn't add anything too heavy, and is a flavor I can trust to be consistent. FA Vienna Cream at a lower percentage offered just the right amount of depth and richness to my vanilla whipped cream filling.
Ahh, the strawberries are always difficult. I wanted fresh strawberry flavor here, no syrups, no artificial notes, no jam...just fresh sliced strawberries in this lovely light bakery that wouldn't fade out. I have about 6 options to choose from in my stash, and arrived at a careful balance between the sweet ripe strawberry flavor of TPA Strawberry Ripe, and all the fresh, tart, seeds and cores of FA Strawberry (Red Touch). I am very happy with the authentic flavor I finished with, and look forward to finding if it fades or not in a few weeks. (I need to order the new VSO Strawberry and try it soon!)
My Nude Nicotine sweeteners have a real advantage here. I always start at .1% of NN Monk Fruit Extract, which provides a true sugar sweetness, and .05% Stevia, which provides sweet lips and a distinct pop of fruit flavors. After my steep, I found increasing them to 50% more than those percentages brought everything to pop forward and my sweet tooth was satisfied. Can you substitute another sweetener, yes, but why? Spare your coils, learn less is more, and NN ships internationally! But do what you will here, it is DIY. Try this combo without prejudice, and give me some feedback, please?
At last, OoO Powdered Sugar did just what is was supposed to do, and that's add a textured sweet dusting of powdered sugar goodness to this dessert.
I am vaping this right now in my Falcon King and surprised myself at how good it is. So, I look forward to the judges making this recipe as is, so I can learn more. Maybe they will buy both NN sweeteners to be fair, because they will probably show up in all the next challenges this month.
The come back of peanut butter inside of a delicious cookie with a lot caramel. I give it 7 days steeping and its ready. Enjoy!
"Very clever to make a similar profile of cookies like mine, i hope you the best and number one with pushing the stats up.Grats once again!" Thats what i wrote to collectron after he decided to get online a recipe with similar profile like mine. You dont have to do much or to say much, just go 2 recipes up and you will see that he uses cookie, butter toffee base, pudding base and dx peanut butter! Yes its all a coincidence and i am attacking this person cause i dont like him personally! Big LOL . Next time he uploads a recipe must be more carefull cause now he seems that he didnt have to use his skills enough but just change some %. I think he is impudent and that is why he got 1 star from me and a small text and a second friend that i dont know him supported me and cheers for him. I wont let again something like that happens to my recipes and that is the end of stealing and asking not to even mention it. Ty for reading the wall of text here and whoever liked this recipe i send him my love. Peace!
Simple. Dry, slightly buttery, shortbread cookies with a big fat drop of chewy, tangy and sweet orange marmalade. Just like grandma used to make.
First, I had the blood orange at 2% and it really took everything over. The cookie base by itself was mostly fine, not that you could taste it through the orange! The FA cookie is almost perfect on it's own for this kind of cookie. It really just needed a touch of vanilla and the inw biscuit brings that slight butteriness.
I had some help from Lil Kittybit on the diy_ejuice discord going over this recipe. He suggested dropping the orange to 0.5% since this particular FA flavor is rather potent. He was absolutely right. He also suggested some kind of thickening for the fruit layers. I already had meringue sitting on the sideline as a maybe here. We agreed that it might do the trick to bring down those bright, sharp orange bits just enough to make it jammy.
Right away: There is a sharp, almost floral -taste- that overpowers everything good about it. The cookie is very very dry. The orange sits completely separate from the cookie.
3 days: You can tell that everything is starting to settle but that perfumy-ness is still there. As the flavors mesh together, the mouth feel becomes a bit thicker and the initial OVER tanginess is becoming smoother almost like the jam melting and becoming that candy drop in the oven.
7 days: Most of the harshness is gone in the 10ml test however the larger, 120ml, batch definately needs more time.
14 days: The initial harshness has melted away. There is still a super light dry cookie on the inhale. The only wetness here is definitely coming from the chewy orange jam on the exhale, which no longer has that sharpness to it. Just smooth and sweet.
Named for my baby( Beautiful Crazy)
Among the flavors I ordered were cap lemon meringue pie ana d blood orange. I’ve been really stuck on lemon lately. Can’t vape anything else. So I figured I’d find what can be added to it! So I decided on black berry But it didn’t blend. Blood orange being citrus yet closer to black Berry also so it is a good correlating note for this recipe which got my top and supporting notes all the way fermented with each other. For my base I choose deep fried sweet pastry dough and biscuit finally I brought in fw yogurt to draw everything in tighter and give a smoother exhale.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, folkart, Jerry and CheebaSteeba .
This recipe is our version of what a "Fat Kid" recipe would be; flakey pastry, buttery, and a creamy rich custard. Nothing specific, just delicious! Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlHMqIaFP-U
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