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In this mixing session of You Vote, We Mix, Blueberry Cobbler won the vote. We tried a few different versions, but this one was the best. The blueberry in FLV Blueberry Muffin with FLV Boysenberry makes for a pretty accurate natural type blueberry while adding a bit of a bakery note from the muffin. But most of the bakery comes from the buttery bakery in WF Crumble Topping and the JF Yellow cake. The WF Lemon Squares might seem a bit out of place here, but any time you are creating a blueberry recipe, it's a good idea to use some kind of lemon to boost the brightness of the blueberries. We used the WF Lemon Squares at a low percentage just for the lemon note because of the smoothness of that lemon. The FA Custard Premium was what took this from a good mix to a great mix. It adds a thickness, smoothness, and helps tone down the lemon just a bit.
Make sure you let this steep for a few days. The lemon note will subside and the blueberry will increase from the FLV Blueberry Muffin.
See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/esUQEy_b-q4 .
Steep time: 5 days
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Delicious sweet blueberry tart for this week's episode of Mixin Vixens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrCc_4n3Zkg
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The Blueberry Corn Bread Muffin is a white whale of mine. I’ve been through so many iterations of this profile, purchased numerous flavors and just been real unhappy with the outcome... until now.
Let’s start with the cornerstone of the recipe. That’s FLV Blueberry Muffin. This flavor is on the whole a disappointing muffin but what it IS is a solid baked blueberry note and a good place to start. I’ve added in a little WF Blueberry Jam to help the texture of that Blueberry. I didn’t want this profile to be abundantly blueberry, mostly just delicious warm muffin.
Since the blueberry muffin doesn’t have much muffin I’ve resorted to building my own. Starting with 5% OOO Corn Bread, that is exactly how much of that flavor I need to taste it, no more, no less. It’s a steeper but oh boy is it good. After 2 weeks it really comes through with that corn meal grain flavor and texture that’s truly unparalleled. The sweet fluffy portion of the muffin is easy with WF Angel Cake.
The recipe really needs VT Butter Base for that creamy buttery smoothness. Lastly just a hint of FLV Rich Cinnamon, because where I come from you can’t have a muffin without some cinnamon.
Sweeten to Taste.
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Ever had that craving for something sweet and fluffy? Here's a nice Blueberry muffin with some vanilla whipped cream on the side. On the inhale you get a nice dark and sweet blueberry muffin filled with some jam and on the exhale you can feel that fluffy vanilla whipped cream linger around your palate.
This recipe tastes great as SNV, but I strongly recommend you give it 5 days of steep to really get it going!
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I decided to try my hand at a blueberry waffle after being inspired by @Deftohms' Blueberry Eggo recipe. (Check it out. It's a great recipe by a great mixer!) For some strange reason, I get a clear coffee note from SSA Crisp Waffle, even though I hear it works wonders with LB. Because of that, I needed to try another combo for the waffle.
I settled on LB Belgian Waffle + JF Churro.
JF Churro is there at 1% just to give some crispiness to the edges. Initially, I get a faint cinnamon sugar, but it fades out with the steep.
I guess you can say FLV Blueberry Muffin is part of the waffle base too, because it's used here to make this a clearly baked in blueberry, not just a waffle topped with blueberries. This flavor does really well at giving off that cooked blueberry vibe.
The rest of the recipe is pretty self-explanatory. VT Butter Base, because ... It's a waffle. What monster doesn't put butter on waffles?! VT Blueberry Jam because baked in blueberry isn't enough. OOO Whipped Cream because why not?
Sweeten at your own discretion, but I think FW is the best sweetener to use in this instance.
Please feel free to leave any feedback at all, good or bad! Thanks! 😊
Steep at least a week. It's not horrible off the shake, but it gets a lot better with age.
I wanted a blueberry muffin. Then all of a sudden, I wanted a cereal. A Blueberry muffin cereal, sure. But it also feels like a toast. So do this: Make a loaf of blueberry bread, then pop a couple slices in the toaster. Pop em out right after the outside is just slightly kissed with the crisp, but before it actually begins to toast. Now cut the slices into little cubes and leave em out for a day or so until they just barely start to go stale. Convince yourself that this is what cereal is, and dump it into a bowl of milk. Great. Blueberry muffin toast cereal. Have a swell morning.
FA Bilberry because I love Ed's Trinity. FW Blueberry for the same reason. Left out the TFA Blueberry Extra so FLV Blueberry Muffin could grab the bat.
CAP Golden Butter for a bit of a densely sweet mouthfeel with a subtle dairy note. Cereal 27 for some flaky cerealification. FLV Cream at 1% because hey, maybe I was almost out of milk and used the last couple drops in the jug. TFA Vanilla Custard 2 because it just makes it better. FE Lemon for a bright note. Finally, FA Forrest fruit. I don't have a reason for using it in here, maybe I just wanted to throw a subtle hint out there that there's more than just blueberries in here. Cap Super Sweet because it's not supposed to be healthy.
The Muffin/Cake base here uses FLV Blueberry Muffin, FLV Pound Cake, with Boysenberry to bring the blueberry more forward. FLV Pastry Zest was used to boost the bakery notes, along with FLV Frosting for the glaze.
This turned out quite delicious.
I recommend the sweetener to make it more realistic, was not the same without it
Tested with Recurve single coil RDA, 3 MM Fused clapton .20 OHMS around 60 watts