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|Spiced Cranberry Sauce For Giving Thanks That White Puritans Slaughtered Thousands Of Native Americans So They Could Pray About A Book In Ways That Their Old Government Wouldn't Let Them And Now We Have Turkey And Nfl||
This recipe is a delicious cranberry sauce sprinkled with cinnamon sugar meant for vaping right after your Thanksgiving feast.
Don't forget to remember the thousands of lives destroyed for no reason other than empirical prowess and religious conquests.
Otherwise, you wouldn't be able to watch the NFL on your Flat Screen while you pig out on a dry bird covered in the secretions of said bird.
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I wanted to just enjoy a nice crisp apple cider paired with butterscotch. After playing around with the profile for a while this is what I came up with that feels balanced, satisfying, and flavorful. It ended up veering a little bit from the profile due to the cinnamon danish swirl but in a good way.
Apple Mix and Fuji create a really nice tart baked granny smith apple with a nice layer of slight spicy cidery goodness. The Fuji helps the apple have texture and crispness while the Apple mix completes the darker layers of the fruit and adds heat to it.
Liquid Amber used in small quantities adds an almost slightly fermented spiced sour aspect to our apple and really turns it into an all-out cider. The authenticity this flavor adds just amazes me.
Butterscotch ripple adds a nice counterbalance to our apple top note and forms a nice soft crack butterscotch glaze. Bolstered with a tiny bit of bavarian cream helps it stand up to the apple. There's a bit of inherent cream in both of these flavors that really helps to mellow out the whole vape a bit which it needs.
Cinnamon Danish Swirl completes our mix and really bridges the gap between the butterscotch and the apple cider making this a vape worthy of its name. The only way i can describe what it does is it fills in the gaps in the recipe. It adds a bit of cinnamon and a bit of mouth tingling warmth that really adds to the mouth feel of the recipe overall.
I know there are tons of different apple fritters out there, all very similar, this is one of my favorites, and it was suggested by my friend. It's just a simple apple fritter, or bearclaw as called in the south-western part of the states. It's very similar to /u/returnity 's Cinapple Fritter from Reddit, but made simple. It can be shake n vape'd, but the Fuji tends to calm down from the harshness after a few days, and the CDS fills out a bit. Doesn't seem to stick around on your coils or change the profile. TFA Dragonfruit absolutely makes this recipe, it helps bring out the Fuji while simultaneously blending it with the danish, I wouldn't recommend making it unless you have this. Using a richer, stronger cinnamon such as FLV Rich Cinnamon (.33%) might make it a more robust cinnamon fritter is always an option as well. This is also similar to /u/1D10-T 's Apple Danish, but in no way a direct copy.
Creamy Sopapilla casserole. My first public shared recipe. In its current state, it has taken me over 13 revisions. Nothing should be subsituted.
I have always steeped the recipe for 2 weeks. I prefer all my recipes 30/70 pg/vg because it gives a certain sweetness and thick mouth feel. Some times I have added no more than 1% tfa sweetener, but it is still very sweet for me without.
If you give this a try, I appreciate all feedback.
A nice thick creamy apple cinnamon cake.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl. Used it at a lower percent to give it a nice smooth cinnamon flavor like apple jacks cereal
JF Fuji. Fuji goes very well with cinnamon danish swirl to give it that apple jacks feel to it. I like it at 1.25% but could be bumped up to 1.50% if you want more apple.
TPA Strawberry Ripe. Works really well in this very smooth and adds a little sweetness to the mix.
TPA Vanilla Cupcake. Cupcake thickens up the cake a little more and adds to the yellow cake.
FA Vienna Cream. Used it to add some creaminess to the cake.
JF Yellow Cake. Has a very nice cake feel and taste to it.
Steep Time - 3 To 5 Days
A recreation of this delicious cinnamon banana granola baby food that my son and I both love.
Yeah, I'm weird. Deal with it.
Art by me : http://www.matthew-kocanda.com
Give in to temptation! You won't be able to resist these caramel and apple glazed cinnamon donuts topped with toasted almonds! It's not only the temptation you won't be able to resist, it is the joy of never being able to give in to this sinful joy!
*NOTE: This recipe is in concept stage and while this is in "concept" stage presently I will update you on how this steeps. While some educated choices of flavoring have been made in this recipe I can't guarantee the devil wont spike you with a pitchfork yet lol. I will update with further notes over coming days and keep you all updated. Thank you for joining me on the Devil's side of this journey! Bwahahaha!!
(This for the DIY MIXERS CHALLENGE)
Mixed live on my you tube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-Lcn7u47M0
After the shake this recipe is exactly what I was hoping for (dreaming in hope lol). After just one day and much dripping this is an addictive temptation that brings all the baked apple notes with the right balance of caramel and cinnamon. I expect after a few more days the textual elements such as the gooyness and sweet donut breadiness will become more prominent. This could be my best public recipe yet it seems! Enjoy! :)
\\Steep Time: 7-10 days
\\Mixed at: 70vg/30pg
\\Update: This is still delicious after 10 days or so, but if you're patient the butter pecan seriously starts to shine after 3 weeks. Enjoy!
This is something I have put a lot of time into and I think I'm ready to share it. With most of my recipes I never feel like they are "done" but I like to think this is ready to present at least. This is my twist on a stroopwafel, but with cinnamon and a butter pecan filling. On to the notes!
We be Stroopin: The Stroopwafel part is fairly straightforward, INW Biscuit and LB Belgian Waffle bring out the main stroopwafel for this recipe, but I added some CAP CDS to help support the bakery notes, but not too much, and adds a great cinnamon flavor to it. I was playing with JF Biscuit between 0.5%-1%, but I think it was adding an off/cookie kind of note and a little too much soft mouthfeel, so INW made a great and logical replacement.
I know the % for INW Biscuit is weird, but 0.75% was a little too dry and 0.5% you can't really notice it, so 0.66% is where I put it at.
Dat filling: I originally was trying to use just FW Butter Pecan and nothing else, but after hearing the suggestion of trying OOO it came out much better, I also felt that since it was a filling it needed some support and TFA Bavarian Cream did really well with that.
The Holiest of Holys: DFS Holy Vanilla just does great with everything, it helps support the waffel, a little for the filling, and all around just makes this profile great.
Add some CAP SS to taste and you are good to go! Be sure to leave a review with your thoughts. If you don't have OOO Butter Pecan, FW is an okay replacement at 2%
Taken from HocusKrokus recipe posted on DIYejuice.