By: Flavorah (FLV)
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Darlin' if you ain't had a buttermilk pie, then you just ain't living! An old secret most southern women know, is if you run out of buttermilk, you can mix a little lemon juice with milk to get that flavor. Here we used Lemon and whipped cream to fake out that tangy buttermilk taste. For the crust we're using a trick I heard from Developed Cookie/Sugar Cookie. Custard gives it that creaminess you need, and without butter, well bless your heart you just ain't living! Don't go getting your panties in a wad, or jumping the gun, because it takes a few days for that lemon and whipped cream to mix. If you try this on the shake and vape you're gonna get a sweet lemon curd, which ain't half bad, but sweetheart, it ain't buttermilk either.
Country Apple/Fuji serve as the apple in this pie. Cookie FA/Cookie FLV serve as our crust. The creamy filling comes from Vanilla pudding and whipped cream. Eggnog is serving as our spice (I can't vape cinnamon so if you can feel free to replace this with a low percent of your favorite cinnamon). Super Sweet to make it sweet ...
This has been a very long-standing creation. I based this recipe around O’s Cookie. It’s a lighter chocolate taste that lacks most of the “alcohol-like” flavor that most chocolates give you. I added cookie to elevate the “cookie” aspect of this recipe. The combo of butter and vanilla made for the cream center. Joy turned it fried! You need time, a lot of it, 30-60 day steep, but WELL worth it. Definitely not a SNV recipe.
Nice airy, yet rich, raspberry danish. The zeppola and pie crust combine to make that perfect dough part of the danish. I used the cookie to dry the dough out a touch and add some baked in sweetness. The butter adds a little salt profile to heighten the raspberry in the custard to make the raspberry filling for the danish.
It really doesn't get easier than this. I threw this together just to see if I could make a simple recipe out of the flavors. It worked. I know it seems to easy to taste great, but until you try it you won't believe me. So give it a mix and let me know what you think. The recipe is pretty self explanatory.
I love trying to replicate actual desserts. This worked out to be a Nilla Wafer and I’m super stoked with it. I put a good amount of cookie in this to dry is out and replicate the actual wafer. I used TPA DX milk (not listed as a flavor on atf) instead of dairy milk, however I’m sure dairy milk would work well. I needed that powdered milk taste to pop and calm down the butter cream from cap so it comes thru very lightly. The French vanilla deluxe comes in very subtle and just ties is all together. This is a drier e juice meant to replicate the actual cookie.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, and Folkart. Ok, ….we got a little geeky with this one. What does 1707 have to do with Butter Beer? Well, if you're as geeky as I am when it comes to Harry Potter, you'll know that Butter Beer 1707 is a "special reserve" type of Butter Beer. So what does Butter Beer 1707 taste like? We have no idea, but we imagined it might have a spicier note to it. That's why we used FLV Root Beer to differentiate this Butter Beer from any other Butter Beer. Mix it up, I think you'll be amazed! Full recipe notes on DEVELOPED Episode 50 at https://youtu.be/Xe2mVMbVkLE .
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This is a perfect butter cookie recipe, just like grandma makes around the holidays! I wanted to center it around the TFA Butter and build it from there, for me it’s the best way to imitate a bit of salt to bring out the other flavors. The shortbread helps dry it out and make it a drier, crumbly cookie. The butter cream and white chocolate help to smooth it out and add in some flavor that sits deep in the cookie flavors and tastes baked. Supersweet can be adjusted to your liking but I believe .5% is ideal to keep it a tad savory. Made for sub ohm tanks or rda, for a pod system I would ramp up the flavoring to 20%. Steep isn’t needed however time will bring out the subtle nuances of the flavors.