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Darlin' if you ain't had a buttermilk pie, then you just ain't living! An old secret most southern women know, is if you run out of buttermilk, you can mix a little lemon juice with milk to get that flavor. Here we used Lemon and whipped cream to fake out that tangy buttermilk taste. For the crust we're using a trick I heard from Developed Cookie/Sugar Cookie. Custard gives it that creaminess you need, and without butter, well bless your heart you just ain't living! Don't go getting your panties in a wad, or jumping the gun, because it takes a few days for that lemon and whipped cream to mix. If you try this on the shake and vape you're gonna get a sweet lemon curd, which ain't half bad, but sweetheart, it ain't buttermilk either.
There's this incredible juice I love called Kookie Krunch, and when I stopped vaping pre-made juice it was the first recipe I wanted to recreate. This one is so close to the mark, that I actually like it better than the original. It's that cookie cereal I loved put into a bottle. Take it for a test run and maybe you'll find you love it just as much as I do. This is one of my ADV, maybe it will be yours.
This vape is a swedish pastry traditionally eaten around easter to fatten you up before the fasting.
There is always a rave in media with extensive testing of different bakeries and so on, and every grociery store and gas station with selfrespect sell them.
Often put in a bowl with some hot milk and eaten with a spoon. In this case it is called "hetvägg", meaning hot wall for some reason.
I stole some of that.
Came up with some of this.
Made some changes.
It is very good and suprisingly acurate.
My wife's ADV atm.
Steep it for three four days for the TFA Whipped Cream to get properly into the groove.
Went after the lunch-cake/sweet cake known as Zinger. It is a sponge cake covered in raspberry gel and rolled in coconut. There is a small amount of cream inside. You should try this, I think you will love it. Comments ratings welcome.
Substitutions: JF Yellow Cake for FW @ same %. Sweetener is Cap SS, but at your discretion. I suggest you use at least .25%. Enjoy, this is good.
This is a recipe I made for my 67-year-old mother who doesn't drink but can't live without this vape. As in, it's the only thing she wants to vape. I've tried taking down the FLV Bourbon and she doesn't like it as much (yes I know it's a high amount for FLV). This is a very unique vape, and yes it smells like bourbon to everyone around you but it's also very sweet and creamy. I've even gotten to where I enjoy this in my rotation. I know these %'s seem high but seriously try it my way because I've tweaked this twelve different ways and this is the only one she wants. In her words "It's the only flavor I can really taste." She refuses to wait for steeping and uses it as a Shake and Vape. I like it better after five days. I'm making this 120 ml a week for her.
I'm still working on the danish part of this recipe, but the brie and cream cheese icing remind me of a store-bought cream cheese danish filling. The Vanilla Custard was an add in and works well but that isn't what really gives it that cream cheese flavor, I tested the brie and cream cheese icing because I didn't want to test brie on its own (yep weenie). The sugar cookie, biscuit, and zeppola taste okay, but it's not a danish yet so maybe someone can come up with a better solution than I did, and I'll keep trying too. The danish I'm after is more bready and less sweet.
This is a SWEET glazed doughnut, and let me stress the SWEET again. Zeppola, Biscuit, Joy, and Sugar Cookie work great as the base of this doughnut recipe. the Sweet Cream and Vanilla custard create the custard part of this. Cream Cheese Icing, and Rick's Sugar Daddy is the sweetener. Did I mention this is sweet? Great doughnut to vape while drinking a cup of black coffee. I vaped 120 mls of this fairly quickly after the steep, because it hit my craving for sweets. A quick warning to let this steep, not only for the creamy custard, but that Joy because it will taste like stale beer if you don't let that Joy steep, trust me on this.