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For all those sitting outside on one of those hot summer nights and craving a more natural and refreshing vape, dont look any further.
This is a delicious blueberry frozen yoghurt recipe, which for me hits this spot exactly.
I wanted to really nail a more natural taste experience instead of a candied overly sweet one and this recipe truely did this for me.
Also my first recipe release so if you try this please consider leaving a review on how you liked it or what you might change.
Road to perfection is a hard one as you know.
I used the blueberry trinity (FW, TPA & FA) as a base here because it brought a lot of the blueberry aspects i wanted already. The billberry is upped a bit in percentage to pull the blueberry a bit more to the natural side.
FW blackberry is added here for a bit more depth and help the blueberry flavor not to get lost in the yoghurt and the WS-23.
FW yoghurt is great as a base cream here for the thicker mouthfeel and creamyness. FLV greek yoghurt adds that little zingy slightly sour undertone of a natural yoghurt, which i wanted in this recipe. At last the little bit of VTA milkshake base added really well to that natural yoghurt taste to make the cream consistent even when adding WS-23 (Ran into muting issues with cooling agents and creams in the past a lot)
FE Lemon is not really noticable as a lemon flavor in the recipe more there to boost and help seperate the blueberry from the yoghurt to make it taste like whole blueberrys in a yoghurt more than blueberries blended into a yoghurt.
WS-23 for cooling obviously can also be taken higher or left out completely. Tweak to your likings ;)
Super Sweet, "only" 0.25% because i dont like my recipes overly sweet and the prominent blueberry already brings a good bit of natural sweetness by itself
Custard Creams are a traditional and classic British biscuit (cookie in the US) . They are a type of sandwich biscuit filled with a creamy, custard-flavoured centre. Traditionally the filling is vanilla flavour . I wanted to do a variation with a much richer , buttery biscuit and a creamy lemon custard filling .
Good after 10 days but really benefits from at least 14 days steeping
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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.