Flavor Profile: cream soft thick vanilla
Used in 2945 recipes at an average of 3.294%.
A delicious and rich cheesecake recipe, showcasing the harmony of the proven apricot and almond pairing. Cheesecake, lightly infused with vanilla bean, topped with a sweet apricot/brandy compote, fresh sliced almonds, and drizzled with cream cheese icing.
The end result is a sweet, slightly topping forward cheesecake with a rich and creamy base and a soft and buttery graham crust.
INW Apricot: One of the stars in this recipe. A strong flavoring and quite apparent even at 0.5%. This provides a nice, ripe apricot flavor with some slightly floral top notes that combine beautifully with almond.
SC Apricot: If you love apricots and peaches, this is a must have for your flavor arsenal. A bright and slightly candied apricot with notes of yellow peach. I used this to help bring INW apricot down to a more "cooked" level for the compote.
FA Almond: At 0.75% this was enough to imitate a few sliced almonds on top of the cheesecake.
FA Bourbon Vanilla: This brings a nice rich vanilla to the cheesecake, while lending some of its darker character and warmth to the compote.
FA Brandy: At 0.5% this provides the compote with a bit of warmth and a light dose of brandy flavor.
TPA Brown Sugar: The base of the compote. 0.75% is enough to soften up the apricots and provide a cooked/caramellized nature. Also contributes to the soft graham crust.
LA Cream Cheese Icing: This provides the drizzle of icing on top of the cheesecake and lends a bit of tanginess to help authenticate the cheesecake body.
FW Graham Cracker: Combines with the sugar cookie to create the soft graham crust.
CAP New York Cheesecake: The rich and creamy cheesecake base. I pushed this up to 5% so it could hold up better against the bolder toppings.
CAP Sugar Cookie: This mainly helps to lend a bit of weight to the graham crust and cheesecake body, while also providing some texture and sweetness to the recipe.
CAP Super Sweet: Optional, however I feel that this recipe benefits from a small addition.
So there you have it, a rich and decadent cheesecake that is full of flavor and hard to put down.
Hopefully some if you will love this recipe as much as I do. I feel that this recipe is good enough after a shake but 5-7 days will let everything come together fully. Take care and keep mixing!
This is a Lemon Lime Cheesecake recipe. Got some nice tartness and smooth body
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Beard Vape Co No. 51 is one of the few juices I still buy on occasion. It's a damn good custard and I always wanted to try and make my own.
The flavor is described as "Custard with a dash of custard. Flaunts layers of vanilla, cream, and subtle sweetness." it's also been said that there is a hint of chocolate detected.
After many months of searching and my own testing this is where I have arrived at. On to the notes!
HOLY JESUS THAT'S A LOT OF CUSTARD: Yes, that is indeed 6% custard you are seeing. It is the main note of the recipe and is definitely what takes command here. This is the main reason that the steep time is so long (That and CAP NY Cheesecake makes this a sitter as well). I also tried 4 and 5 percent but they really didn't give that in your face custard that No. 51 has. The "Dash" of custard is where CAP NY Cheesecake comes in. From my research and my own testing NY Cheesecake has some custard notes on it's own, and definitely creates that extra, but different, dash of custard taste (with a little bit of stank on it). All in all this is supposed to have a pretty dense mouth feel, so a combination of CAP Vanilla Cupcake and CAP Cake Batter help with that. CAP Vanilla Cupcake helps with the vanilla notes as well.
Vanilla & Cream: For the other recipes I found trying to create this they all seem to have some sort of French Vanilla added, since this recipe has a CAP theme anyway I decided to go with French Vanilla V1. It's definitely a great vanilla and was a standard of mine before Holy Vanilla came into my life. Holy Vanilla is more of a grainy vanilla though and we definitely wanted to stay more on the creamy side, so Holy Vanilla is not a sub for CAP. The cream really comes from the entirety of the recipe, all the flavors in this recipe have their own creamy note, so the combination of them creates that profile.
Subtle Sweetness: I think this is where some people say they are getting a chocolate note. I tried a few different chocolates but I've really been enjoying FLV Milk Chocolate in this. Now this stuff is STRONG, it can easily take over the rest of the notes in a recipe, so the % you see is all you need (around 2 drops/30ml). 0.25% and above really just overrides everything else, and with 6% Vanilla Custard I didn't think that would be possible. at 0.15% it gives just that subtle chocolate note on the exhale.
This is how far I've come and I hope you enjoy it! This has by far been one of my favorites lately. Please be sure to leave a review. I always appreciate constructive criticism.
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This recipe is a Cheesecake with Graham Cracker Crust and Strawberry Topping. Not that original as it's been done time and time again and will probably done a few thousand times more... But I think it's gonna be worth your effort to mix this up 😊
The name comes from using 3 stones(bases) in combination with each other so I have to give credit to Wayne Walker (Enyawreklaw) for my ideas in developing this recipe.
Starting from the ground up...
1) Graham Cracker Crust (FA Cookie/TPA Graham Cracker Clear/FW Graham Cracker/TPA Acetyl Pyrazine) Wayne's Graham Cracker that he just talked about in the S'mores video. This combo will give you a nice thick crunchy layer of grahammy goodness for our next layer to sit on.
2) The Cheesecake (CAP NY Cheesecake/CAP Sweet Cream) This combo is Wayne's Cheese Stone that he has talked about time and time again which gives you a nice thick and creamy cheesecake body.
3) Strawberry Topping (CAP Sweet Strawberry/FA Strawberry/TPA Strawberry Ripe) This is my lil tweak on Wayne's Strawberry Stone. This will give you a nice sweet almost syrupy strawberry topping. This combo seems to work pretty well for me as I cannot taste strawberry too good.
Last but not least, CAP Super Sweet. Wayne puts it on everything and so do I...👊
That's it! Feel free to sub your sweetener if choice (or not) if preferred as well as any of your favorite stones, and build yourself a tasty vape! 👍👍