Flavor Profile: bakery vanilla
Used in 4665 recipes at an average of 3.415%.
Zoo biscuit - a thick icing crusted biscuit, ligth brown outside with an off white inside. The icing is very sweet with a slight lemon undertone. When mixing this recipe it brought back all kinds of nostalgia, speifically licking off the animal icing figures.
JF Biscuit and Cap Sugar Cookie work wonders together in creating the correct biscuit profile, with INW Biscuit used to add depth and give the baked effect on the outside. TFA cheesecake graham crust is used to add a litte more depth to the biscuit base and gives a slight wafer hint.
FA Zeppola serves a dual purpose adding to the light inner of the biscuit and helping enhence the lemon tones.
FLV Frosting and LA Cream cheese icing work to create the hard icing on top of the biscuit, carrying the bulk of the sweetness.
FW Fruit Flakes is extremely strong, Less is more in this scenario, Too much and you will end up a fruitloops biscuit. You could proably get away with subbing it out for FW Fruit rings or TFA Fruit circles at around 0.5%, but I found FW Fruit Flakes just does the job right.
Tastes great as a SnV but 2 weeks will only do the mix justice.
well I was in the mood for some pumpkin pie I don't know why but with cap pumpkin pie @1% and tfa pumpkin spice @1% makes a very good pumpkin pie base and the whipped cream is the topping of the pie and cap graham cracker and super cookie makes for a good crust and with tfa Bavarian cream fills in the whipped cream and makes it seems like there is real whipped cream on top which makes for a yummy vape and I could see myself mixing this up for thanksgiving this yr so guys mix this up and enjoy
CAP Sugar Cookie and JF Cookie create an authentic and flavorful cookie base. CAP Sugar Cookie was the perfect choice for that gooey part of the cookie and the JF Cookie adds that baked cookie note. CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl adds the cinnamon to the top note of the snickerdoodle cookie. TFA Vanilla Swirl helps add a creamy and eggy flavor to the mix. This is a simple and yet delicious recipe I have been working on this one for a while now trying to find the prefect and most authentic cinnamon / snickerdoodle cookie that I could create. I love these cookies and I believe I finally found the perfect combination that works for me. Mix it up, rate it, and leave your feedback. Thanks SAMUEL!!!!!!!!!!!
I love Cookies and I love Coconut, I want something sweet and coconutty but not a macaroon. Buttery gewey delicious. Hoping this is it....lol...this is my first take on it lets see what happens. I have never worked with Coconut, Buttercream or Brown Sugar before, so this is an adventure for sure. I would love any advice or comments anyone has...thanks so much. Love to all...Kitten
I mixed a 30ml batch and tried it, it was good but the coconut tasted too much like tanning oil, then I let it sit for a week and tried again....HUGE difference, it tasted like a cookie with coconut. Tried again after ten days and it had been totally transformed...it is what I was looking for, a buttery sweet coconutty cookie but not a macaroon...I will continue to mix and vape it.....SMILES : )
I stripped out the cake base from mlNikon and Cheeba Steeba's Peaches n' Cream Cake to use as a starting point after I picked up FLV Milk Chocolate and decided that I wanted to make a chocolate cherry cake vape. This was my first attempt but it turned out way better than I anticipated so I decided to share it.
FLV Milk Chocolate & FLV Sweet Coconut - after tasting Hear the Girls Come (ID10-T) I couldn't separate these two. I needed more chocolate so I bumped up the percentages of both.
FW Cherry Crush - I have a ton of cherry flavor concentrates and most of them taste medicinal. I needed a cherry pie filling type flavor like you would use in a real chocolate cherry cake and this one seemed like it would fit.
I plowed through this as a S&V but it tasted even better after a week.
From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.