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This is my entry for the Mixxed contest round one from beginner blending. I wanted to go against the grain and not do a bakery recipe with the basket ingredients. I combined two yogurts and cinnamon danish swirl to create a cinnamon roll yogurt. I then added strawberry and apple and threw them in a blender with meringue for creamy sweetness (not literally!) to create a strapple cinnamon smoothie. The two fruits are upfront on the inhale and the cinnamon roll yogurt come out on the exhale. Not your conventional smoothie, but a nice sweet fall treat. Enjoy
A fruit and yogurt cake parfait.
Cap creamy yogurt is at this high of a level to shine through the other bold flavors.
It adds a tartness that would be missing otherwise.
Layered with cinnamon spice cake and fresh fruit.
The Fuji and ripe make this layer nicely.
Honeysuckle adds a bit of depth and sweetness needed in this mix.
The strawberry is two fold in this recipe.
the Eythl malto in it helps to tame and smooth the cinnamon and yogurt, while not muting them.
Along with being a necessary flavor for this competition.
Dragonfruit juicifies the strawberry and Fuji while not changing the flavor of the mix much.
Lemon meringue pie helps pop the fruit a touch more while adding a subtle complexity to the yogurt and boosting out cinnimon crumble.
Sucrolose was NN 5% in VG.
This is needed to finish taming the yogurt and not leaving a "Dry" feeling in your mouth from the Ripe and yogurt.
Im sure you guys'll hate this, but tried LOL.
Thanks for hosting this contest for everyone!
Submission for round 1 of Beginner Blending contest - MIXXED!
From the UK using the FA Fuji sub legitimately.
What I am going for in general here is a twist on an apple lattice, or strudel. A warm, baked apple filling with a touch of cinnamon, inside a light and flaky Danish pastry lattice, topped with a strawberry drizzle, accompanied by a malted cream.
The CDS speaks for itself as a base note here. Used at a level where the pastry is prominent and the cinnamon noticeable. Cinnamon is such a classic pairing with apple that I really feel this brings the apple filling and the pastry together as one. Fuji is providing the apple filling here and Liquid Amber is helping to take it from a raw apple to a baked apple flavour. The lemon is there to try and lift the top notes of the apple out of the muddiness that LA can create and also to bring a hint of citrus against the sweetness of the strawberry drizzle. I used malted milk as an accompaniment to try and strengthen the bakery element a little whilst giving a suggestion of a cream finish. Besides, I LOVE malted milk :-) Given the option of another ingredient I would have included some FLV Cream just to round it all out.
To me, this tastes great and certainly all of the basket ingredients can be clearly tasted throughout the vape, though the exhale should carry a sweetness that the inhale doesn't.
I would recommend at least 5 days to steep but should be at its best after 7.
I couldn't think of a clever name so I thought of a cool one. None Shall Pass sounds a lot better then Apple Cinnamon Strawberry Iced Cookie. So that's the profile. I used the basket ingredients with enough percentage that they would be noticeable and to my surprise it actually helps this recipe. I added the biscuit from Jungle flavors to get my cookie and it worked wonderfully. I boosted the ripe strawberry with jungle flavors sweet strawberry and added FA meringue to give me that iced topping effect. So there you have it this profile is an apple cinnamon cookie Sweet strawberry icing. It's a very tasty recipe with no enhancers I hope you all enjoy it. (((((Mix 70/30 with a 4 day steep))))))
Strabismus = cross-eyed. Abysmal = the potential result of carelessly mixing Strawberry Ripe and CDS. Snake = Bavarian Cream + Coconut.
Baked cinnamon apple topped with strawberry-coconut cream.
This silly serpent is the derpy little offspring of two previous recipes, Snake Bite (apples and coconut cream) and Snake Eyes Remix (cinnamon-banana coconut cream), both of which are not clones, but improvements on commercial juices by Seduce Juice. Strawberry Ripe works here as a berry-tinted soft camera filter, turning everything a lovely shade of sweet pink and blurring the otherwise too-sharp line between baked cinnamon apples and rich coconut cream. CDS + JF Fuji gives the impression of apple that's been peeled, halved, cored, liberally sprinkled with cinnamon, baked, and served warm; there's also a brown, mapely tint to Bavarian Cream that contributes to the impression of baked fruit. The two coconuts work in tandem to turn that cream into coconut cream, one imparting a realistic coconut taste while the other ties that flavor to the cream. The coconuts and cream seem like separate entities when shaken-and-vaped, but after a week alone together in the dark, they make a coconut cream-flavored beast with two backs that's ready to be blended with just enough mushy once-frozen, now-thawed strawberries to turn it pink, and then served piled high in the cored center of half of a cinnamon-spiced baked Fuji apple.
I had a hard time going for something original with the flavors required. As I knew I could t cheat it and use undetectable amounts of some of the required ingredients. I've been looking for a good use of FLV chocolate Deutsch and I think this is on to something.
1% flv chocolate Deutsch is not too heavy but still present. It has a great dark chocolate taste with hints of coconut and dense cake.
.75% cap cinnamon danish swirl just to be enough to add to the dough and a slight cinnamon to the rest of the mix. This stuff is one of caps more potent flavors and I didn't want it's cinnamon note to take over.
1% JF fuji adds a subtle sweet crisp apple note. Not as tart as fa Fuji which I like in this case.
6% tpa Strawberry ripe. This flavor in my expirience has a tendency to due down and get overshadowed by other heavier flavors so I bumped this up a notch. For those not in the know this is a must have strawberry. Bright, sweet and authentic ripe as the name suggests.
2% JF Bavarian cream. This has become my favorite of any of the Bavarian creams. Sweet and thick with a slight caramel to it. I like my German chocolate cake with a good thick cream filling or covering and this accomplishes that.
Lastly 1% fa hazelnut. I love what hazelnut adds to strawberry flavors adding some authenticity and creaminess and this adds the creaminess and slight nut taste I wanted. I almost decided to go with fa coconut as should be present in German chocolate cake but since this isn't really a authentic German chocolate cake I left the coconut note up to the flv chocolate Deutsch.
A weeks worth of steep does this some good but is actually pleasant as a shake and vape.
The FA Apple Pie and Cookie create the flakey brown outside of this strudel. The Cap CDS in conjunction with FA Joy bring the gooey bakery element to the inside of the flakey crust with some sweetness. The FA Fuji and TPA Strawberry Ripe make the filling that gives off some sweet and tart contrasts.
This is the 4th revision of my apple pie recipe, it's morphed into an apple Danish/fritter over a pie with this revision.
The Jf fuji shines and is delicious, A Bit different Than Fa.
The cinnamon Danish swirl with CAP apple pie is the base of the pie and adds just enough pastry to balance the mix.
The addition of almond is thank'd to the returnity apple fritter recipe.
Shake And Vape!
If the cinnamon is too strong give it 3 days or so and it mellows out.
Sweetener at 1% if needed, I prefer super sweet over stevia in this recipe
UPDATE - If you mixed this before 8PM GMT 25/11/2016 you may need to adjust the lemon as I had put 0.01% instead of 0.1% in error when transfering it from Draft.
My personal take on one of my favorite festive treats. Lebkuchen is traditionally a sweet soft fluffy "cookie" resembling gingerbread which is typically available around the Christmas festive season. It originates from Germany and it's something I've found available in the UK supermarkets over the last few years and is one thing that I am unable to resist every year as soon as they pop up.
They typically contain ground almonds, ginger, cinnamon, a light layer of chocolate on one side, either lemon or orange juice & zest (I found lemon to be the better option in my recipe) and a light icing sugar glaze.
A few notes:
CAP Chocolate Glazed Doughnut / FA Cookie - adds a bit of volume and a cake quality, it's not harsh in the slightest and it also compliments the Milk Chocolate to some degree.
FA Lemon Sicily - it's at a ridiculously low percentage so if you're making a small batch, this may be tricky especially if mixing by weight. To figure out roughly how many drops would give me my 0.1% I think I needed it 0.02g and my scales aren't quite sensitive enough until a bit more weight is on them. I put a small cutting of tissue on my scales, tared them, then dripped drops until it would read a weight, I then divided the weight/drops to figure out roughly how many I would need to get the 0.01%. This is key though, too much extra lemon and it throws this recipe off, its supposed be a really low subtlety in this mix.
TPA Toasted Marshmallow - this mixes with the milk chocolate and doughnut to give it quite a creamy sweetness.
CAP Super Sweet - If you have just regular Sucralose / Sweetener - double this to 1.6 % (or to taste)
I don't think the other ingredients really need much explanation for their inclusion as they are what they are, 7 day steep, 5 at the bare minimum, some of these flavors are pretty bold right off the bat so they need time to settle down or you're going to have a bad time. I hope you enjoy it and it can help you get into the spirit of Christmas.