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I have played with a fruity pebbles and milk recipe since I first started mixing, and have had some success and created a couple decent mixes in the past. But, they all seemed to be missing "something" I couldn't put my finger on it but it needed something else. This recipe is a spin off of one of my most recent fruity pebbles recipes. I added FE Lemon, replaced the strawberry with FA Juicy Strawberry and then upped it to 1%, Then..... I got the WF Vanilla Ice Cream in and decided to give it a whirl in my FP mix. And VOILA I finally found that balance and little "something" that was missing... I gave this one a short 1 hour warm bath, an over night steep uncapped, then capped to steep for 5 days. It is a creamy balanced fruity pebbles almost fruit loopy at times yummy vape. Give it a mix and let me know what ya think.. Hope you enjoy..
A frosted donut topped with crunchy fruity cereal. Equal amounts of two different cereal flavors are used, hence the name "Parallel serial". I chose FW Fruity Flakes and TPA Silly Rabbit, as the Silly Rabbit helps smooth out and tone down the brashness of the Fruity Flakes. These can be substituted for your own two favorite cereal flavors – I've tried a few different combinations and each worked fine due to the low concentrations used (not enough to bring out any of the "off" notes as can happen when using most cereal flavors in higher amounts). The combination of FW Fruity Flakes and TPA Silly Rabbit was my personal favorite.
If you get the "Play-doh" flavor from CAP Glazed Doughnut, you might want to consider switching the concentrations for it and CAP Sugar Cookie, using 2% CAP Glazed Doughnut and 3.5% CAP Sugar Cookie. But it's only used at 3.5% here, and the cereal flavors help push that particular note deep in the background, so I would advise trying it as it is first, then adjust from there.
FW Cake (Yellow) can be swapped out for CAP Yellow Cake without much of a change if you have qualms about the fructose. But the FW version is definitely better here.
The acetyl pyrazine is optional, but it does help add a bit of crunchiness to the cereal on top.
This is surprisingly good as a shake and vape, but does improve a bit after a few days of steeping.
I never got on board the cereal hype train, I mixed plenty of top recipes, but they just weren't to my taste. I ordered Capella Blueberry Cinnamon Crumble simply out of interest. It turns out it was very pleasing to my palate, and hopefully yours. I went into overdrive thinking of cereal and grain combinations to add to it. I prefer yogurt with my oats/muesli, so feel free to remove the yogurts and creams and use your favorite milk base instead.
As a shake and vape it's pleasant, but the longer you can wait, the more it deepens. the blueberry's are always a back note, but they linger on the palate nicely. This combination of creams and yogurts are perfect for me in this mix. Enjoy!
Please note this recipe is subject to commercial release.
This recipe was inspired by a friend who made a flintstoned clone. I decided to remix it. This is what I came up with. Again loads of credit to john m. (JFM Dev)
This recipe is basicly a fruity pebbles vape with a hint of ice cream. It is absolutely delicious and if you decide to try it you WILL LOVE IT.
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.
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.
Some slight edits:
TFA Lucky Leprechaun adds a slightly malty flavour while carrying very light fruit loop non lemony notes.
Ethyl Maltol, my think here is the recipe needs some rounding off, especially to keep the lemony notes in check and bring a little balance to the biscuit.
Tastes great as a SnV but 2 weeks will only do the mix justice.