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The Cheesecake/Ice Cream layer is nice and thick, heavy and rich which lingers on your tong for a long time after each draw. The biscuit crust backs it up very nicely and encapsulating the whole thing is the satisfying and dark RY4
In this day and age the amount of flavouring might seem a lot but but each one is here for a reason and the recipe (for my pallet) really works. I took some inspiration from Brian Rileys “Cannoli Be One Rmx” and “John Nathan’s Pesonal RY4” which I really love. These recipes push the levels of flavouring to a luxurious level which I really enjoy
The contrast between the RY4 and the creams is so stark that IMO it needed a lot of blending to bring them together to smooth out the hard edge of the RY4 and make it work with the Ice Cream/cheesecake. All of the different elements in this recipe work together to achieve this
I’m the early days of its creation I started out with something very different so I made some drastic changes and Suddenly hit on something which made me jump up and down with excitement. After that I made many variations on this until I went full circle and came right back to first “good version” and found with a few small tweaks it really needed nothing more. I experience a full bodied experience with a beginning, body and finish with a dense mouth feel
I put the steep at 10 days which it absolutely needs, before that it is watery and flat but after 10 days the transformation is night and day. It gets suuuuper thick, heavy and full with a really prominent and pleasing mouth feel. Also the RY4 blends and mellows into its true form. It really is surprising how much it changes in this time so if you mix it please don’t get disheartened before giving it the full amount of time
To test I used a Single coil flavour RDA (Hussar RDA 2.0) with a tri core alien on a mech squonker at 0.24 ohms
Is it fried ice cream? Is it a snicker doodle cookie? Is it cinnamon toast crunch? I don't know
Is it delicious? YES
\\Steep Time: 10-14 Days
\\Mixed at: 70vg/30pg
Update: Don't feel like toying with getting the Rich Cinnamon right? CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl v1 at 1% is a perfect substitute.
My original goal was to try and make a Mexican fried ice cream; Which is a big ball of ice cream, covered in corn cereal, flash fried, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, and then immediately put in a freezer. When served they add a light drizzle of sugar syrup.
After many iterations I came to this, but this is a strong independent recipe, and it don't need no locked down flavor profile. I'll go over my flavor notes anyway
Ice Cream Base: This really all started after eyemakepizza's ice cream base came out. I really wanted to make a fried ice cream, and I loved the hell out of this base. It's creamy, buttery, and has vanilla, what's not to like? When used with the other flavors in this recipe it can easily be misinterpreted as the buttery notes of a sugar cookie.
Fried Cereal/Cookie Thing: Depending on the restaurant , you can still taste a bit of the fried notes on fried ice cream, and to get that flavor I started with CAP Funnel Cake and Cereal 27, though at higher %'s Funnel Cake can be gross, soggy, and overpowering, at low %'s it is nice when you are wanting to add a slight friend note to a recipe. CAP Cereal 27 was to get the corn crunch that is usually on a fried ice cream, which when combined with CAP Funnel cake makes this interestingly crunchy but also soft texture at the same time. Which makes me unable to decide if it's a cereal, cookie, or fried ice cream
The Drizzle: The fried ice creams I've had usually have a touch of cinnamon sugar on them with a light drizzle of a sugar syrup, which is where VT Golden Syrup and FLV Rich Cinnamon come into play. This is where it really makes it taste like a snicker doodle cookie, or a cinnamon toast crunch
Depending on your palette and frame of mind this really could be a fried ice cream, a warm buttery snicker doodle cookie, or from the cereal notes a cinnamon toast crunch that happens to have some melted ice cream in there. So what do you think you'll taste from this recipe? Give it a mix and try it out!
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A Simple Cinnamon Churro!!! I like this one as a shakenvape, but if you prefer, you can give it 3 days. Be aware the cinnamon may fade a little but it could have been just me. Enjoy!!!!
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Original Idea: Churros with ice cream
Process: Worked on in the diy_ejuice discord by members who were present. We tried a few different approaches. There was the CDS/idea and the FLV Cinnamon Crunch/AP route. Eventually the CC route was explored and we came up with this recipe with a ton of help along the way. An earlier version will get released soon that was just churro with some slight differences. Keep an eye out for that! Pretty straightforward mix, I'm guessing you are going to be able to figure out what everything is doing here in this mix, so we'll let you have at it. Mix it up!
Description: Cinnamon sugar coated fried dough with a thick rich ice cream base
Result: This mix recreates the sensation of biting into a sugar coated fried dough, well known as a churro, with a smooth rich ice cream. Delivers as promised.
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3/9/20 Edit: Steep time has been extended due to feedback from folks (annoying ID10-T cough) who said he got playdough off the shake. I'm happy off the shake but you may like it more after the funnel cake steeps for a bit longer. :)
Since i was looking for a nice authentic churro recipe and i couldn't find any which caters to my needs,i decided to make my own and boy it's great.
Imo it tastes like a real churro you can buy at some mexican street vendor.
The zeppola and the funnel cake make the base here.The Biscuit gives it more of a soft buttery consistency,just like a real churro.To give it the sugar coating FA Meringue gets the job done.0,25% is just what you need.More and the Meringue gets to overpowering and that's not what you want.
Of course a churro needs some cinnamon.And what's the best cinnamon out there? Right,FLV Rich Cinnamon.1 drop per 30ml is enough to give it that nice,crisp cinnamon taste.
Holy Vanilla is just here to fill it out a bit and to make it even more creamy,or less baked.Not like a cinnamon danish.
That's it,enjoy and leave review!
I based this recipe off "Fugly Butters" @Ebc88 "This is a fried banana pudding" & Bad Drips "Ugly Butter " description: "They don't call it ugly for nothing... Uncle Freddy's famous, fancy fried dough, showered with carnival cultivated cinnamon-sugar, serenaded with a cosby-quality banana pudding."
So, here it goes...
FLV Vanilla Pudding/VT Pudding Base: these 2 combined make up a delicious "Cosby-esque" vanilla puddin'
SA Banana Flambe: gives the fried banana aspect and also adds a touch of cinnamon...
VT Banana Custard: ties together the banana flambe with the pudding while adding some more depth to the banana pudding aspect of the recipe
FLV Rich Cinnamon: turns up the cinnamon flavor.
CAP Funnel Cake: In Bad Drips description they talk of funnel cake and Capella had just dropped their funnel cake around the time that Ugly Butter hit the shelves, so I figure it's in there... so why not?
WF Cinnamon Pastry: no reason other than I just picked this up and wanted to give it a try... plus I figured it would add some more depth to the bakery/dough aspect of the recipe while adding a bit more cinnamon... which it seems to do just fine...
TPA Toasted Marshmallow: to add a little sweetness, mouthfeel, depth and body to the entire recipe.
CAP SS: why not?... It's a tooth rotting belt busting State Fair Treat... it needs to be sweet! 0.5% does just that... add more or don't if you want to...
FA Joy: to bring out the yeasty-ness of the fried dough just a lil more... feel free to omit it... I personally don't care for joy either, but it works well here...
3 day steep and the banana calms down... day 5 the pudding melds together and everything tastes delicious... didn't make it past a week with the first batch, so I don't know if it'll change much at the 2 week mark...
Please rate and review if you mix.
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!