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Bread (sweet), Fluffy White Cake, and glazed donut make up my donut base here. Sweet bread and fluffy white cake making the base bakery, and glazed makes it a donut.
I add some buttercream frosting on top bolstered by some wf vanilla cream extra and flv frosting, and cover it with wf lemon orange rice candy which, to me, tastes/smells a LOT like fruity pebbles, but without any of the berry pebbles. So in comes fruit circles. I used FW here because it has less of a sharp citrus note than tpa, which i am already bringing with wf.
Give this a week so settle the sharper citrus notes and bring balance to the vanilla, buttercream, and bakery notes
I will be adding some CAP super sweet into this, probably around .3%, but as always sweeten to your individual tastes!
This is a super simple Fruity rings cereal and vanilla ice cream. This is my first recipe that I am sharing. I took ideas from other recipes and simplified it. This turned out super good for my taste. Might need some steep time but off of the shake it's really good. Let me know what you think if you mix it up. Thanks!
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Loops flavored icing on the inhale followed by a delicate cake donut on the exhale.
Donut base: - WF Glazed Donut SC and FW Cake (yellow)
Bridging note: FA Metaphor - this really ties it all together with a light and crispy creamy cake with vanilla and citrus fruits cake notes. I am a big fan of this flavor that I believe is very under rated. Damn, I could just mix this with fruit circles and a bit of sweetener and be happy enough.
Body: CAP Silverline Fruit Circles- a relatively weaker flavor requiring some support.
Supporting flavors: FW Fruit rings with the lovely WF Lemon Orange Rice Candy that brings some soft orange notes to the loops.
Icing : FLV Frosting provides minimal vanilla compared to other frostings.
Tested on RDA 0.28 Ohms, 55Watts
Sugar-frosted froot loops in light creamy milk
Every mixer has their own version of froot loops so after months of tinkering, I came up with this well-balanced one which has a nice blend of medium citrus, light cream and sugary cereal sweeteness.
FW Fruit Rings is the best citrus-based cereal around, however, all too often, when mixed, it's drowned in too much cream for my liking. Much of this is to do with taming the accompanying citrus notes. To avoid this, FA Juicy Strawberry and TFA Meringue were marshalled as muting agents as well as for essential cereal sugar sweetness.
FA Juicy Strawberry contains a truckload of Ethyl Maltol with caramel-like sweetness and cereal sugar texture. I found it works better in cereals than Strawberry Ripe. Just 0.75% Juicy Strawberry is enough to tame 2.5% FW Fruit Rings and provide a cereal sugar effect. (N.B. If you prefer a little less Ethyl Maltol sweetness, lower to 0.50%, which does the trick too)
TFA Meringue is an indispensable and distinct cereal sugar (FA Meringue doesn't work as well so no subs), however, the downside is that it can high-hack a recipe if used too high. After various trials, the sweet spot was hit at 0.65% to get that frosted sugar sweetness and texture.
1% FLV Cream was boosted with 0.75% TFA Bavarian Cream to make a light cream base. Not much Bavarian Cream was needed as I didn't want to overdo it with E.M. I forgot how useful Bavarian Cream is which adds creamy undertones as well as smoothen things out. 0.75% FW Hazelnut, a reliable workhorse, rounds out the cereal milk base and provides a creamy malt background.
Finally, to boost the overall cereal sweetness, 0.50% FW Sweetener.
And that's it. There's nothing new going on in this recipe; fruit loop profiles are ten a penny. Besides I didn't want to add to the already high cereal mortality rate on recipe sites. However, this simple recipe turned out so well I thought I'd share it as it might just float your boat.
Better as a S&V for that sweet crispy sugary coated taste.
So fruit loops seem to be getting popular again. Remix month is here and cereal vapes are big to clone. This is one I've been working on for a while so it's not a remix of a commercial juice. However, this is fucking delicious. FW Fruit rings is important. It's much better than TFA fruit circles. On top of this, adding TFA berry crunch is going to give it more complexity instead of just lemon while keeping the cereal element there. Cap's new silver line fruit circles is a necessity. This adds more of the lime to the cereal. For me, fruit loops isn't just lemon. The mixture of creams works great and gives it a nice milky backbone. The cheesecake adds some cream and lends to the cereal texture. Sweetener is there, because, it's a sugary cereal. This doesn't put it in the too sweet category, just the perfect amount of sweetness, that really helps tame the lemon, and balances all the flavors together. This is a week steep minimum and best after 2. Before that the flavor will be a bit weak, and the creams won't really come out. Hope you enjoy!
Super simple Fruit Loops recipe. Love the profile but most Fruit Loops flavors miss the mark. I wanted a super simple one that didn't taste of lemon pledge or consist of 10+ flavors.
FW Fruit Rings - Best Fruit Loops flavor I've tried. Not overly lemon but a great and authentic cereal flavor. I'm not a huge fan of FW in general but they knocked this flavor out of the park; puts TFA's version to shame. This flavor has that sugar coating we all use FA Meringue for but lacks in the dry cereal flavor.
FA Breakfast Cereal - A really good Kix type dry cereal. This one isn't as "dark" as Cap Cereal 27 but this flavor excels with the lighter dry cereal flavor with no cardboard notes. FA did a really good job with this flavor. Brings the dry cereal notes that FW Fruit Rings is lacking.
PUR Condensed Milk - I really only added this to bring a light milk flavor to the profile as most people prefer it with a milk flavor. The original one I made didn't have this in it and it was still awesome. I wanted to keep it to one more flavor so I chose PUR Condensed Milk to fill that roll. This brings a light milk flavor but it does the job. You can feel free to completely omit this flavor or add your prefered milk base but this flavor is worth picking up.
Give this 3-5 business days to sit as FA Breakfast Cereal needs some time to make the mix crispy. If you don't the flavor will not really be there and the mix will taste lacking. The lemon flavor from the Fruit Rigns calms down a bit also.