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Seemed like a good day to drop this recipe. My humble attempt at recreating the blueberry marshmallow breakfast cereal. I think it comes pretty close.
This is my finalized version of the DIY Mixer's Crew FB Group Cereal Challenge. Few tweaks from what I posted there, it had to be finished.
Cereals: Berry crunch main note, LL cereal for the AP & marshmallows. see subs WF marshmallow (candy) for a little more fake marshmallow flavor. Fw bb to turn it into a boo berry type.
My one other thought on this that I've got on paper but not mixed yet just uses tpa crunch cereal & blueberry. If you get too much mixed berry you could probably sub that at about 2%. Lmk how it is if you do, I'm cerealed out for now.
Milk: flv smoothie base for it's lemon tint to boost the blueberry & creaminess. Fa milk because it's the shit.
Dash of sweetener because it is a sweet cereal.
Steep: Give 5-7 days for milk to do it's thing & meld with Smoothie Base. Like most things a week+ will give a better representation of what I was going for. Should be a nice blueberry heavy berry cereal w\marshmallows.
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Subs\additions: I'm sure your favorite milk combo would work in place of the smoothie base\fa milk combo. Would advise adding a little lemon though to make up for the lack of smoothie base to stay closer to original. I highly recommend this flavor though.
Tpa crunch cereal @ 2% instead of berry crunch if you hate it.
The wf marshmallow candy isn't a deal breaker in my eyes for this recipe to work, just helps to sell the marshmallow. Could probably be subbed (nothing real & not tpa. Also remember what's in lucky leprechaun to start) or omitted.
Building a Blueberry Lemonade using Bill D's Lemonade base. I did edit it a bit, I knocked down the VT Sour Lemon because i kept getting lemon floor cleaning notes from it.
I was out of LA Lemonade, and a majority of fruit lemonades use it, so I wanted to give a try at this, it's also my first recipe.
I found FLV Boysenberry gave it a somewhat jammy / darker feeling to the blueberries.
You can add TFA Sweetener if you want it a tad sweeter, but I find it sweet enough.
I think this can definitely be improved upon, but this is what I've whipped up for now.
A friend serves blueberry rice milk with spicy Indian meals. It is just white rice, whole milk and sugar cooked until the rice is very soft, and then she adds fresh blueberries after it cools. I wanted to try to duplicate the flavor.
The base is FE Rice Milk since it is a creamy, plain rice.
I added FLV Cream to add a milky richness.
The beverage is very sweet, but I wanted to try to add the sweetness with a blueberry flavor, FW Blueberry, but it does not duplicate the flavor of fresh blueberries. I hadn't tried VTA''s Blueberry, so I used it, just to get a feel of how it would work in a mix, and FW Black Current to add some depth to the berry flavor.
Sweetener is optional, but I did prefer it with a little sweetener.
Tested on Engine Nano 0.31 Ohm, 43 watts
This recipe is long due to support Kindground who really loves a blueberry muffin. Mixed on SaturDIY'ing with Fresh03 & Friends with a Michigan theme to protest the flavor ban initiative. I like this one, the bakery is well rounded and rich with the buttery syrup complementing the cornbread and the muffin, and the sweet, hot and blistered blueberry gorging this treat. It vapes really well at high wattages and the SolubArôme elderberry is just the right twist.
FLV Blueberry Muffin/OOO Corn Bread/FLV Cream = The soft, moist, well-baked muffin. No bakery ever suffered from 1% of FLV Cream. Do you like a lush, fresh baked good? Add some crème fraîche in it.
FW Blueberry/WF Boysenberry/SA Baie de Sureau = A good, blue, hot and baked blueberry. The elderberry really gives it personality and that sensation of a baked dark berry with a little twist on the exhale, I like it a lot.
VT Golden Syrup/FA Mapple Syrup/FA Butterscotch = I like this combo, I just change the percentages according to the flavor profile I want in my syrup. Here I wanted the buttery brown baked sweetness of golden syrup to help the cornbread, just a little brightened by that maple that compliments blueberries so well.
This is a gooey, lavish, warm and syrupy cornbread muffin that you'd love to eat and will like vaping.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
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