(FW) Lemon Meringue Pie


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Nice and Simple lemon meringue pie. Taste good right from the shake. Mixed at 70/30

I’m a big fan of everything lemon-flavored like this Lemon Raspberry Cake Recipe but what’s even better than lemon is lemon combined with sweet,raspberries like in this cake.Hope u love it like i do.
http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/2374148/Lemon%20Raspberry%20Cake

Okay making for someone who doesn't care for custard - so it will be a cookie instead of a pie - Naturally need lemon and cookie and I am adding a small bit of meringue to round it out and marshmallow as well to make it more candy-ish as opposed to pie-ish.

lemon cream sweetener meringue - used cookie as crust - darn okay ran into a prob TPA lemon doesn't show up and the cream is plain old CREAM by liquid barn and I don't see that.

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RUBBLE ROCK = "a fruity pebbles experience"

So I probably should have released this a long time ago!! The only problem is I keep adjusting the percentages ever so slightly. Well I guess eventually I have to be satisfied because this combination of fruits is the closest fruity pebbles flavor I have personally tried but getting the milk right has been the tricky part. So here it is my fruity pebbles and milk I like to call it "Rubble Rock".

The recipe and the reasons why:
So I was developing so!e flavors for a client and stumbled upon the fact that fw blueberry and lemon meringue pie mixed together tastes extremely close to fruity pebbles. I find that the work anywhere from 1.5% -2% both mixed equally or giving the lemon meringue pie a slight edge ahead of the blueberry depending on how strong you want your fruity pebbles flavor. Its missing just a little something and that something is 1% flavor art Mandarin. Well I guess its missing a little something else which is the grainy aspect of the cereal and for that I used 1.25% rice crunchies. Now this works well but I can't help but think there is a better option out there but I have this 4 oz bottle of rice crunchies tfa so I kind of wanted to use it and it works damn good don't get me wrong. Its like I said I have been making this recipe in some form for a while and not releasing it due to being to critical of the recipe when its already spot on fruity pebbles. So next I had to figure out the milk aspect I have done many different combinations of creams and this was the simplest one because I have the tendency to layer the shit out of things and this simple yet affective combination works. If you want your milky cream a little thicker add some capella new York cheesecake at a low percentage or just play around with your milk combination of choice. Me I used 2% cream milky undertones by ooo and 1% sweet cream by flavorah.

Sweetener:

With this mix it is definitely not necessary to use sweetener because the lemon meringue pie fw is really sweet!!! Me I used sweetener anyway .35% of Flavorah sweetness which is the only sweetener I use I figured even though it is sweet already its fruity pebbles cereal which is supposed to be sweet!! ENJOY

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Another F@#king lemon tart recipe... I've done 50+ revisions of lemon tart remixs over the last year or so. This is by far the one that knocks it out of the park. It's not a clone of dinner lady's version by any means, it's so much better. I've been a long term believer that Tfa's lemonade cookie is a key component to cloning the original. But this recipe focus' on how to make the lemon stay nice and vivid through the steep as the custards gain their strength, which it does. If you have these ingredients then mix this one up. You won't regret it, cause can't stop vaping it!

Clafoutis is a flan-like French dessert with fruit (typically cherries) but can be made with many different fruits. The only version I've actually had uses apricots and is now my favorite dessert. Of course, I had to make this into a vape.

FLV / FA Apricot/FW Butter Rum - When I first tried FLV , this dessert came rushing back to my mind. It has a very cooked/baked warmth about it. Definitely has some sweetness with a subtle tart note. I used FA Apricot to add a bit of fullness and soften up the entire mix. The butter rum just adds a bit of brown sugar and a touch of a boozy note.

CAP Vanilla Custard/INW Creme Brulee/FW Cake Batter Dip - To give you an idea of what I'm going after, this dessert is a very simple batter. It's basically milk,egg, sugar, vanilla and flour blended together. CAP VC seemed like an obvious choice. But I also wanted that caramelized sugar and creme brulee does that very well. It also adds a bit more egginess. Together, these 2 flavors remind more of a flan. The cake batter dip is just adding a bit of texture, while not making it too cakey.

FA Cream Whipped/FW Lemon Meringue Pie - When I have this dessert, I choose not to cover with powdered sugar. Instead, I put a dollop of whipped cream with some lemon zest. Most lemon flavors come off as a lemon juice or is too candied. I needed just a touch of lemon. I settled on FW LMP. It adds a light lemon note that stays in the back round. FA whipped cream is still the closest to the real thing, imo. It's light, airy and not overly sweet.

I am going to attempt to do full notes here the way the pros do it. I have been only mixing for about 5 months now so I am very new to this. And now for a disclaimer: I have never done single flavor tests. Why? Because I am lazy. And it sounds tedious. And I majored in physics and in science we use other people's hard work to support our ideas! With that said I am not afraid of a little, or a ton, of research. When I attempt to create or craft a recipe I do hours, sometimes days, of research to determine what flavors to use and at what percentages. I check flavor reviews on reddit, BCV, the ELR, etc. I look at other people's recipes and see what and how much they use, how many recipes use specific flavors, etc. I use combos of things I liked in recipes I have made and loved such as the three lemons I use here. So let's take a look at what I did with this one.

CAP Juicy Lemon/FA Lemon Sicily/FW Lemon Meringue Pie: Obviously these make up the lemon part. I selected these 3 because I love @dazcole's Lemon Tart (A Dinner Lady Remix). It was one of the first recipes I ever made and it continues to stay in my regular rotation. I dropped the percentages because the lemon has to share the spotlight with the cheesecake whereas in Lemon Tart it's the star of the show. The LMP is also acting as sort of a bridge.

TFA Graham Cracker Clear/INW Biscuit: The crust. Again I drew from dazcole's recipe. The crust note in that recipe is really tasty and I wanted something similar in my cheesecake.

TFA Cheesecake (graham crust)/CAP NY Cheesecake: The cheesecake (duh!). Most cheesecake recipes I see use one or the other. I have used them both separately but not in cheesecake specific recipes. I feel like both have something to add but neither is enough by itself. NYCC has a nice cheese note. I wanted that but I didn't want it overly cheesy. The CC (gc) has sort of a dark, thick sweetness. Plus that extra crust note is almost always welcome. I always think my bakery recipes need more crust, dough, etc.

TFA Sweetener: Cuz sugar lips! Adjust to taste of course.

I gave this a full 25 days before I touched it because I haven't liked any of my recipes that use cheesecakes in them until they've had several weeks to develop. I think I have a hard time tasting cheesecake too so I wanted to make sure the lemon didn't hide the yummy cheesecake. You can probably get away with 2 or 3 weeks especially if you use less VG.

This recipe is very tasty. It is a thousand times better than any commercial cheesecake juice I've tried. It's sweet and creamy, the crust is delicious, and all the right notes are there. But something isn't quite right. It's almost like the lemon and the cheesecake hit my palate in the wrong order or need to change the position they fall on the tongue. I don't know quite how to explain it. It is tasty as is, but I will continue to work on and update the recipe because it is a tasty profile.

I added all the fruit flavors at 2% thinking I could adjust one another up if need be but wow right off rip they were where I wanted them. Originally it was good but I wanted to cream it up. So they were kind of milky like cereal would be. Guys and Gals this is seriously amazing. I really think I've got ahold of a winner here. If you like cereals than this is your vape. Good luck and vape on. P.S If you don't like sweetener leave it out but kapn krunch berries is very sweet. So sweeten to taste. Best after seven days but honestly good on the shake.

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// Key Lime Pie //

This is one of my favourite recipes since I started mixing. The profile is simple and the flavors well balanced (from my point of view) and the first time I tried this version had the same feeling you get from a strawberry milk or cheesecake, that refreshing sensation of something well balanced, with a very distinctive flavor that doesn't require too much thinking, just vaping and enjoying.

The combination of Sugar Cookie and Graham Cracker Clear creates a buttery textured base, not too fluffy or flaky thanks to the "pie" in the Lemon Meringue and the Key Lime Pie, which adds the kind of bakery you find in a FA Apple Pie (for reference). The star of the recipe is the mix of the two Key Lime and the Lemon Meringue, with a touch of Strawberry Ripe to bring those flavors forward and the NY Cheesecake to give body and bond all together. Finally, the topping is that sugary cream feeling from the mix of Lemon Meringue and Marshmallow.

I hope you enjoy it and feel free to play with it and give your most honest opinion and suggestions!!

(English is not my mother tongue; please excuse any errors on my part)

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