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My grandfather used to make a Millionaire Pie every year for Thanksgiving. He would make an extra one, just because we all loved it so much. He gave me his recipe many year ago. He began getting sick a few years ago, and so I started making the Millionaire Pie for holidays for the family at my family's request. He has since then passed away, and it has become something I make every year. Since he got sick, I have been trying to make this into a vape form, and this has gone through close to 100 iterations to try and make it "perfect". The problem is, it will never be perfect. This is the next iteration that I am making, and in light of Fresh03's Metal Mixing, and the song End of Heartache by Killswitch Engage, this is the first public iteration that I have released, and will release changes along the way as well. I will put notes below:
The Graham Cracker Crust: Pastry zest adds that little something that makes the authentic crust in a vape form. Graham Crust and Cinnamon Sugar make the graham cracker portion, giving a good flavor and slight texture.
Filling: I did a lot of layering here to try and get the filling balanced, I feel its getting there, but as always, I will think it needs something differet. The two condensed milks add a great balance, and make for the sweet condensed milk base. The whipped creams, FLV being a very authentic whipped cream taste with a good mouthfeel; CAP adds a hint of vanilla which plays well with everything, and adds a layer of whipped cream. The cream cheese icing adds more mouthfeel and depth, as well as the cream cheese taste which is also part of the base of the pie.
Filling "Toppings": FLV pineapple is slightly sharp, but sweet and I feel it mixes well in this. FW Butter pecan is a cream and sweet pecan, which lends a great pecan taste, the butter blending in with the rest of the creams. WF Roasted pecans and cream adds a hint of realness and the toasted pecan taste.
The mix is sweet as it is, you can put sweetener to taste. I like it sweet, and this is a very sweet dessert, so I add a touch of SS
This is a White Whale of mine, that I have been working on for too long. It will never be perfect, I can only hope to get it where I feel its "Acceptable". It will probably never be finished sadly.
Lets face it, blondes have more fun. This is my take on a blonde s'more. While I don't have any marshmallow flavor in here, the vanilla and smoked butterscotch provide that toasty fluffiness you want. Pair that with the delicious fw butterscotch and fa graham crust and you have a delicious blonde s'more. I know a lot of people prefer fw graham cracker and I was one of them, but fa graham crust provides a cleaner more authentic flavor.
I am not one to enjoy Banana profiles too often, but i saw this profile of Banana pie with caramel and thought I would give myself a challenge, and I love it.
I broke it down into layers, Banana Pudding, the pie shell, the caramel inside, and topping.
Banana Pudding: i wanted a good base that could be used in almost any banana dessert profile, I went with Solub Arome Banana Custard and FLV Vanilla Pudding. These 2 together created a delicious banana pudding.
Pie Crust: This combo is one of my favorite graham pie crust to use for a basic buttery graham crust. fA Graham Crust with JF Biscuit.
Caramel Filling: pleasantly surprised with these flavors Solub Arome Caramel Butter with Sulub Arome Caramel created a delicious creamy buttery caramel perfect for this profile.
Topping: pretty simple with this, Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream. That was all that was needed for this topping.
You might like more banana layered in, add some Molinberry Soft Banana or WF Banana Puree. I love it like this.
Add sweetener to your preference.
If the Godfather of DIY asks for a flapper pie you better make it happen :-) Hey I am from Jersey I know how this works.
Flapper pie is a vanilla custard pie topped with meringue with a graham cracker crust.
On the inhale you get a get a thick creamy vanilla custard that transitions to a dark cinnamon brown sugar graham crust on the exhale.
I personally enjoy this on a recurve RDA at about 60 - 65 watts
The flapper pie is a great and if pushed high can be a SF, but with some support it is amazing. VT creme brulee is a nice light egg vanilla custard with more of a caramel dark note then a dark burnt sugar so works well here .
The Pie Shell (Pastry zest, graham crust, cinnamon sugar) is based on @RinVapes https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/134961#cinnamon_pear_tart_by_rinvapes It is perfect here as it works as a pie shell that holds up in creams and I get a really solid graham shell. The pastry zest seems to add a grainy sugar note and the citrus helps bring froward the sweetness of the creme brulee as well.
My first recipe when I started DIY was an apple pie recipe. At that time I thought it was a great apple pie and I still think it's really good but I wanted to make an even better apple pie. Instead of trying to modify my original recipe I decided to start from scratch and this is the result.
The crust of this pie (FA GC/CAP Cinn Sugar/FLV Pastry Zest) I borrowed from @RinVapes Cinnamon Pear Tart (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/134961#cinnamon_pear_tart_by_rinvapes). This is an excellent crust that would work with a lot of different pies in my opinion. I did increase the percentages since she does mix low and I think it works perfect here.
The apple custard layer (PUR Country Apple/FLV Apple Filling/INW Custard) was inspired by @mlNikon who seems to be a fan of PUR Country Apple and has used the Country Apple/Apple Filling combination in her recipes. I wanted to make this more than just an apple pie though so I added INW Custard to make an Apple Custard Pie (which is great pie if you've never had it).
Overall, I'm very happy with the way that this recipe turned out. It's not quite as custard-y as the picture would suggest but it does have a nice light vanilla eggyness and the slight buttery flavor from the custard lends itself nicely to the crust. Since I used INW Custard in this recipe you can SnV with no issues but the flavors all come together best after a 3-5 day steep which is where I prefer to vape it.
Pretty self-explanatory, per the norm. I mix low % wise, so you may need to increase this.
I usually add pear to apple to give it texture. This recipe, I added apple to the pear to make it more juicy and add body. FLV apple is nice because it's more like the actual fruit opposed to most flavorings that taste more like apple juice. I added the FA Graham because I had not used it before and it's supposed to be a nice thick unseasoned graham crust. I added the CAP Cinnamon sugar because it's a nice blend that is lightly sweet and the cinnamon is not overpowering. FLV Pastry zest helps with the crumbly texture and adds the citrus zest that compliments most fruits. The components for the crust apparently work in many different applications. (cheesecake, esp)
This one Mixin Vixens recipe of the month and I quite like it.
This version is mainly crust IMO, if you want more pear filling, add 0.50% WF pear. I tried it both ways and I personally prefer the original (this) version. It takes a few days to come to fruition but I really like the crust note here and I typically hate crusts. The crust is a lightly sweetened crumbly graham crust. The filling is mainly pear, the apple is merely there for body and complexity.
Berry Be Jammin is a full flavored, saturated berry jammy syrup, with light buttery bakery backnotes. This is probably my favorite recipe I've ever created, and I'm happy to share it.
For the strawberry portion of the recipe, I used a combination of 3 flavors. VT Strawberry Glazed is used to add that unique glazed effect and it can't be subbed. INW Shisha Strawberry adds extra syrupy depth and TFA Strawberry adds sweet candy notes.
*I updated this recipe when WF Strawberry Gummy Candy was released. The small amount used really helped the end result. If you don't have it, you can omit it, but I highly recommend this valuable flavor.
To add a darker sweet cooked berry note, FW Wild Berry Cobbler is added to accomplish this. The addition of this flavor keeps you coming back for more, and at 1%, it doesn't take over the recipe. If you have not tried this flavor, it's absolutely delicious and I highly recommend it.
To bring all the flavors together and give it some needed weight, I used FA Vanilla Ice Cream/Gelato.
To thicken up the jam/syrup, a touch of VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is used as well as WF Strawberry Gummy Candy.
FA Graham Crust adds a nice subtle buttery banknote, along with the buttercream frosting.
To give this recipe a really nice saturated mouth feel, I used CAP Super Sweet. Initially, I had this at a higher percentage 0.7%, but have now lowered it after vaping thru so much of this. If you're sensitive to sweetness, use FW sucralose instead. Use it at your preferred percentage or omit it.
If your looking for a wonderful after meal vape, look no further. After you try it, don't be surprised if you're reaching for it all day.
This recipe really shines in an RDA. I enjoy it the most in the Recurve RDA and now the Jenna. To fully enjoy what it has to offer, push it with a good amount of heat.
If you do mix this, I would love to hear your feedback. In return, I will mix a recipe of yours, rate it, and give you some honest feedback.
Steep time: Give this 2-3 days to start to develop, but you can definitely give it a go right off the shake. The buttery notes need a good 10 days to become present.
It's delicious and it holds up to long steeps. I've had this in my daily rotation since development, and plan on keeping it that way.
Contains almost all of the new Flavor Art extracts if you want to test a bunch all at once it's based off of this ----- http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/236336/D%27ohnuts%20clone
Pretty good like 4 days in but there is a shit load of alcohol in Vienna Cream and probably all of these so give it like two weeks.