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"A spoonful of spooky fun in every bowl, Franken Berry is a whimsical way to start the day. Made with whole grain corn, Franken Berry combines strawberry-flavored cereal with colorful marshmallow shapes to create a delicious cereal that kids and adults can enjoy.
Ok! Trick or treat !
And know the real description:
Mixed berry marshmallow cereals and milk.
CAP Cereal 27 is the king, you have the perfect corn cereal vape. OOO Powdered Sugar makes them sugary coted.
2% OOO Cream Milky Undetone and 0.75% FLV Cream with the support of TPA Marshmallow create a rich sweet cereal milk.
CAP Sweet Strawberry and FLV Berry Blend are mostly artificial or candied strawberry and berry flavours that go pretty well here.
0.5% Berry blend makes CAP sweet strawberry deeper and more interesting.
The blackberry/raspberry notes in Berry blend makes the milk kind of purplely, i love it.
TPA Marshmallow fits very well the profile, helps with the milk base, sweetness and mouthfeel, as well as giving marshmallow flavour.
Also OOO Powdered Sugar Makes the illusion of having Sugar Coated marshmallows floating in milk more than a marshmallow cream.
An attempted knock off of a Starbucks limited edition Smoked Butterscotch Latte, that I have never tasted. This should be fun, I quit drinking coffee on a regular basis long ago, and I don't buy Starbucks, ever! The resulting vape was so good that my husband wanted a bottle of it made immediately. (His version is minus the OoO Cream.)
I believe I went with the safer noob choices of flavors here.
WF Brazilian Coffee was the closest to an espresso coffee that I had in my stash. Paired with VT Caffe Lattte and VT Coffee Milk Froth, the coffee latte itself came out fairly balanced, but I may have gotten the percentages too high.
FLV Smoked Butterscotch was my only choice for the smoked butterscotch flavor, but it needed help with the sweeter part of the butterscotch imo. I know that too much of the FLV SM could be overpoweringly ashy after a few days steep, so I chose to add FW Butterscotch Ripple as butterscotch support and a bridge between the creams.
When the recipe steeped out, and the coffee was still a bit strong, I found it still needed more cream, so I added some OoO Cream Milky Undertone to smooth it all out. I could have very well lowerd my coffee notes, but I like it this way.
Of course, true to me, I sweetened with my fave combo of NN Monk Fruit Extract and NN Stevia. Feel free to sweeten however you chose to.
This is DMC's second attempt at Cosmic fog Milk & Honey. By subbing out the graham cracker and bumping up the peanut butter it is closer than ever. If you enjoy the og this should get the job done. We may tweak a little after a long steep to see how it changes but it sure is tasty right now. Cloning with the Crew: Cosmic fog Milk & Honey Ep2====> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eGhvNFVMMs
This is DMC's first attempt at Cosmic fog Milk & Honey.
Cloning with the Crew: Cosmic fog Milk & Honey Ep1.
I'm already addicted to apple-cinnamon profiles, and after trying oddDrop's Jacker I wanted to make one, but with strawberry milk.
\\Mixed At: 70vg\30pg
\\Steep Time: 5-7 Days
Back in my college days, my friends and I would drive around in the country, listen to Sublime, and do what most college kids do in that situation (cough cough). When we got back to the dorm, I would bust out my secret stash of Apple Jacks and get my strawberry milk out of the mini fridge. This is my best attempt thus far to recreate that moment.
The biggest challenge I had with this recipe? Getting the apple-cinnamon and strawberry to be distinguishable. A lot of batches I would be able to taste one or the other, but never both, and I think I finally cracked it.
Cereal Base: OddDrop was spot on with what CAP Apple Snacks provides, a wonderful dried apple and oat-grain flavor. The only big issue I had with Jacker is what is probably going to get me ostracized, I'm not a fan of CAP Cereal 27. I KNOW, it's crazy. I decided to still use it, but only at 1%, at 1% it still gives us a bit of that crunchy/corn note and still plays well off of the oat-grain notes from a slight increase in CAP Apple Snacks.
A lot of the recipes on here use FA Stark to help with the Apple notes, and they were absolutely right, it really helps the apple in this recipe, but again it was a little too high for me, I was almost getting a bit of a watery apple juice note at 1%. At 0.66% it helps round it out a bit more.
To get our cinnamon on with our apple, I went with the old classic FLV Rich Cinnamon. You only need 1 drop/30ml and it does the trick. I would wager that you could even drop the strawberry and keep the rest for a bangin Apple Jacks recipe on it's own. Also this gets a surprising boost from RF Strawberry Gelato (more on that later)
Milk Base: I want to give 100% credit to SteamOn's cereal milk base. It is spot on and is both tough enough against other flavors to it stand out, but malleable enough to bend it to my will. If you ever want to start working on a cereal w/milk recipe, SteamOn has got you covered. The only thing I did was round up meringue 0.05% just because I thought it looked weird.
Strawberry: TPA Strawberry Ripe is awesome, but is too "pink" for this profile if that makes sense. INW Shisha Strawberry was a front-runner but I always get this slightly earthy note from it that turns me off in certain recipes unless it's done right (like wh1skeyk1ng's Rhubarb Delight ). I decided to try a couple of new strawberries that I didn't have as much experience with. I really liked the notes I got from RF Strawberry Gelato SC from Tootall's Battered Berry, but in the never ending battle with tasting both apple-cinnamon AND strawberry in this mix it was too weak on it's own, and just increasing it caused the gelato notes to take over the recipe. So I included RF Strawberry SC to help both fruits in this profile. The best part? The slightly-granular note from RF Strawberry Gelato SC helps out our cereal base. It's one of those things where you're not sure why it works but it does.
This Cereal is Sweet: I think this is the first recipe in a while where I would say sweetener is required. I mean, look at the side of a box of Apple Jacks and you'll see why. 12 grams of sugar in 1 CUP, who the hell only eats 1 CUP of cereal for breakfast? Add some strawberry milk and you're on the sugar train to diabetes town. Anyway yes, CAP SS, even just a little like in this one, is needed at times. To really create that store-bought sugar bomb you took off the shelf this recipe needs it.
Epilogue: I swear the longer I write my notes on these the more passionate I get. I hope you like what I probably spent way too long on, and be sure to leave a review as well! I always enjoy hearing constructive criticism and any suggestions people might have. Lastly, be sure to try out the other guy's recipes I linked here, if it weren't for them I don't think I could have gotten this together.
Ok this one is bit complex so lets start with the easy part, cooling on the front(ws-23) and back(polar blast) end since this is frozen drink. Next up is the vanilla ice cream and LB VIC + VS is a pretty clear cut choice. You can't have a mudslide without a little milk which is where OOO Creamy Underpants comes into play and the flavora Milk & Honey adds a little bit of malt. The VT Devon cream is straight chocolate milk which there is just a touch of here to help to emulate the chocolate syrup without going overboard, while adding to the milkshakey base. The mudslide is a Kahlua based booze drink so the Caramel Coffee with Sweet Milk and VT Bourbon come together to be the star. The FW Hazelnut is really playing the role of emulsifier here with all these different creams.
A creamy, tangy and sweet lemon pudding.
Lemon Sicily and Juicy Lemon make a great lemon flavour in combination, with the tang from lemon sicily being smoothed out by the juicy lemon and creating a beautiful dessert lemon flavour.
I used Lemon Meringue Pie as a bridge into the creams (which form the pudding layer of the recipe), as it has a hint of creaminess and Meringue to add sweetness.
For the creams, I wanted something light, flavourful and sweet, but that wasn't overpowering and would support the lemon. This is a combination I have used to good effect in other recipes, and it seems to work well here.
VT pudding base rounds the whole thing off, adding a lovely mouth feel and roundness to the vape.
This needs a couple of weeks to steep and get to the sweet spot, but I have been trying it since I made it and it is really good so far.
I would appreciate any feedback! 😊
Edit: a friend has told me that this is extremely similar to/a clone of Milkman's Pudding. I haven't tried it, but if you have and you liked it, give this a go.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, folkart, and ID10-T .
This recipe is our version of a Rose Milk Tea with Peach and Raspberry accents. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 22 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEUh1oJraZU&feature=youtu.be
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You know what they say... There is nothing better than a friend, unless it is a friend with chocolate.
So here you go friends, some chocolate milk for y'alls! Been working real hard and methodical on this one. Thanks to all the kind souls on the DYI eJuice discord for your endless help and friendship.
VT Devon Cream is the main star here. Even though real devon cream is just very thick cream, this flavor has an amazing chocolate note to it. As @shyndo said on discord: "best dairy note, best chocolate note". I concur.
VT Chocolate Mousse is here to add an extra dimension of the chocolate note we're getting from the devon cream, also to give the chocolates a bit more strenght as they can easily be muted by the vanilla.
OOO Cream (Milky Undertone) brings the true milk taste, as it's the only flavor I have yet to try that have all elements you expect from a milk.
LB Vanilla Ice Cream was the last piece of this puzzle, I knew straight away when I added it that it was the right path. The cream is very rich and sweet, and in my opinion the vanilla is needed as I think many relate that taste to ice cream or even sweet milk in general. This is also the main reason for giving this a few days of steep, the first days it will taste a lot of vanilla, but by steeping that will mellow out to a much more perfect level for this mix.
Sweetener is mandatory here. Not TFA per se, but any sweetener is. In my opinon chocolate milk should be sweet. If you have CAP Super Sweet use it at 0.5% instead.
WS-23 to make this thing ICE COLD is a good choice. Summer is coming up, so who doesn't want an ice cool chocolate milk to vape on? If you're not used to WS-23 I suggest you start at 0.25%. Personally I mix this at 0.5 - 1%.