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Flavor Profile: custard dessert vanilla
Used in 5387 recipes at an average of 2.973%.
DIYorDIE Weekend Assignment
This is my take on a cookie dough without using a cookie dough flavoring. I wanted to create a light chocolate chip flavor with a peanut side note.
FW sugar cookie 1%. Used as the cookie base and adds a slight sugary note
FA cookie 1%. Used also as cookie base and to add texture
CAP vanilla whipped cream 2%. Used to balance out the chocolates and adds a creaminess to the profile.
CAP vanilla custard 2%. Used to make the recipe a little denser and to add an eggyness to the profile.
TPA pie crust 1%. This was the first time using this flavoring but hoping it will add to simulating the "cookie dough" .
TPA Brown sugar 0.5%. Used to add a dark sugar for the chocolate.
FLV peanut butter 1%. Just a bit of peanut. It seems to be a little dry but at 1% it seems balanced with the CAP golden butter at 1%.
TPA sweetener 1.5%. Well who don't like sugar.
CAP Golden butter 1%. This seems to give the FLV peanut butter the creaminess it requires.
TPA bittersweet chocolate 0.5%. I like to use this flavoring at a low % to give it a chocolate chip feel.
TPA double chocolate (clear) 1%. This pairs well with the TPA bittersweet chocolate to give the chocolate a more balanced flavor.
I may not have nailed the cookie dough base in this recipe, however, it has a great flavor with hints of chocolate and peanut butter on the exhale. Can be a Shake n Vape but I would suggest a 3 day steep. This is a first version. I normally post my first versions of recipes and keep 2nd or 3rd versions private for commercial purposes. MaxVG ....Enjoy :)
This is almost an exact clone of M. Terk's Butterscotch custard. It is also a very easy recipe to make along with being three ingredients almost every mixer has. This version has a lot of sweetener because M. Terk's Butterscotch custard is very sweet. Feel free to use any sweetener you want and or none any way you shake it its gonna be good. As far as steeping goes it is a custard me personally I like them almost immediately but they get better and better the older they get. In my opinion it has settled down enough to be very enjoyable after 4 days but obviously it just gets better and better every day after that. This was an easy clone to do because its so very close to one of my personal all day vapes krucial's butter almond custard. The second I tasted it I said it is definetly butterscotch ripple and vanilla custard v1. Anyway this is a simple basically three ingredient recipe that is great for beginners because they can't go wrong buying these three ingredients. If you want to add a little complexity to the custard add 1% inawera custard but in terms of the clone at hand it wasn't necessary. If you like this then definetly check out Krucial's Butter Almond Custard being they are very similar.
A light, fluffy Chantilly cake, with a French Creme centre, topped with berries and a hint of graham.
It's a lot of flavours used, but they all seem to work well together.
JF Yellow Cake, CAP Vanilla Cupcake, TPA Marshmallow and CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream are used as the cake base in this recipe. I find this combination makes for a very light and nice vanilla cake.
CAP French Vanilla and CAP Vanilla Custard adds even more vanilla and gives a creamy texture / mouthfeel.
FA Red Touch and TPA Strawberry Ripe were a no brainer to use as the combination to get a nice strawberry, and the addition of FW Blueberry melds nicely with those strawberries.
Finally I added a touch of TPA Graham Cracker Clear to give a hint of graham, and the TPA Sweetener has an obvious use here. It could potentially go up to 1.5-2%.
I would to hear people's thoughts on this one as it's a recipe I've been wanting to make for a long time, and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
As a shake / vape its pretty tasty, I except about a 7 day steep to really make this shine.
This is the first recipe of my own that I've deemed worth sharing. Was going for something different but what I ended up with reminds me of the blocks of chocolate fudge that you get at the candy shop. If you're a fan of rich chocolates, this should be pretty damn enjoyable. No idea how long this should steep to reach its final form, I've had it sitting for 3 days and find it delicious.
A Macaron is not a Macaroon.
In this recipe I merged them in a cocoon-like amusement of Cookie (FA), Marzipan (FA) and Coconut (FA), with a sweet raspberry cream inside.
The Raspberry is a layering between CAP and FA, no bridge was necessary here.
I've added a touch of Caramel (FA) to provide more sweet depth delight.
You can shake & vape, however I'd give the macaro(o)n 5 days to develop.