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(FA) Joy

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Flavor Profile: additive bakery dessert

Used in 1358 recipes at an average of 0.856%.


68 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Fried Donut soaked in sticky syrup and sugar glazed.
The idea came from a member of the DIYORDIE Facebook group who was chasing a Fried syrup donut; having the afternoons off I decided to have a go, posting this as I was pleasantly surprised at how good it turned out.
I had Yum Yums in the back of my mind when creating this for some reason, so I'm sticking with it!

FA Zeppola/FA Joy: Zeppola is my go to for donuts. It's got a light fried note, and I believe it's the most palatable of donuts. Boosted by FA Joy. Gives it a fuller, more doughy quality.

FA Meringue/FA Torrone: Sugar glazed effect. The nutty qualities of Torrone also compliment the Zeppola really well.

FA Caramel/FA Maple Syrup/CAP VCV1: This makes for a lovely sugary syrup, the Maple is well under control, blends into the caramel. The custard butters them up nicely and also helps to bind the whole recipe together.
I think the Supersweet is a necessary evil to achieve an authentic sugary syrup and 0.5% feels perfect here, not too much.
Not a shake and vape! Joy/Torrone/ Custard need time to do their thing 😉
Bang on after 1 week.
Open to constructive criticism.

My very first run at this, I've been trying to find a solid idea in which I could try the LB White Chocolate Peppermint. Give this a try and see what you think.

Just a good, greasy, fresh fried blueberry cake doughnut with a glaze.

Zep/YC/Joy/wOw: Doughnut base. I included wOw here, mainly for the slight raspberry offnote I get. I like the way it plays with the blueberry, its ever so subtle, but noticeable when not present if you are looking for it.

The blueberry combo was pulled from one of the reddit FotW threads and I have used it ever since. I'll change them around a little, but this mix really does give a well rounded blueberry to me.

Meringue/Torrone: Gives the glaze on top, its not really a powdered sugar, but more of a glaze here when used with the sweetener. The sweetener "wets" the powder sugar feel here and it tastes great

Attempt at a creamy fried funnel cake. Work in progress

First recipe posting here, hopefully others enjoy it. I was looking for a good Bavarian Creme Doughnut and I looked for a bit and couldn't find much. There were a couple of things that were simple that I mixed up and didn't care for. I decided to make this my first mix.

Zeppola/YC/Joy: This is the doughnut base. Zeppola is one of my favorites here. I tried TPA - Frosted before this and it just didnt fit right. There was something off, or artificial with it. I've tested this as a doughnut base, and it gives me a "Fresh fried doughnut" feel; slightly yeasty as well. This is my base I use for many doughnuts now.

Bavarian Cream/French Vanilla Creme/SC/Meringue/VC: This is my Bavarian Cream. The custard/meringue combo gives me a slightly thicker cream. I tried without those, and it felt too "watered" down.

The chocolate glaze: DCC. This is use lightly, as I just wanted it as a thin glaze.

I was asked how the vape experience was, and this was my reply: Its got a strong fried doughnut taste on the inhale and beginning of the exhale. Then its followed by the Bavarian cream/semi creamy flavor, with a very slight chocolate at the end of the exhale. It's a pretty thick and dense vape. Very flavorful. A couple of people have commented on the fact that the French Vanilla is so high, but it is not as strong after the steep; gets toned down by the other flavors in the mix. The doughnut taste lingers on the tongue, with a little bit of the cream as well.


Inspired by wh1skeyk1ng's "More Donuts Please" - I went for that breakfast glazed donut that leaves sugar glaze crystals in the crease of your mouth that you can taste everytime you lick your lips hours later, meanwhile every time you look at your hand you find bits of a napkin stuck to your fingers. A great vape to compliment your cup of coffee in the AM, something to kick that sweet tooth in the afternoon and nice way to cut out dessert in the evening.... For dayz!!

Give it at least a week, better after two, if you can make it last a month you wont have to stuff your face with a box of a dozen glazed donuts,.. until your bottle is gone, then just mix up some more!

Some donut type of flavor, just experimenting around with stuff.

This is my donut recipe. I've never had Donut Pounder, but that was my inspiration. It's a bit neutral, but also good enough that I vape it almost ever day. It's got enough layers to it to be interesting, but it's not so overpowering that I get worn out by it. It also makes a nice base for other donut(y) creations. It's pretty good right out of the gate, but the cinnamon calms down best after about a week.

Inspired and derived By Dogma. Thanks to ConcreteRiver for the inspiration and his constant work in the DYI community.


I love doughnuts...the sweet sticky glaze
I also love lemon..lemon pies,lemon cakes anything lemon
So why not combine the 2??So here it is..a super rich,yeasty,sweet lemon meringue doughnut..

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