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This treat is known as "Merengón con Fresas" a Colombian dessert. It is made with a native South American fruit known as Guanábana along with Strawberries, Lime and a Meringue-type Whipped Cream. I opted from using lime and decided to use LMT from VTA because it tastes more like Lime/Meringue. After you mix this be patient and put it aside, flavor develops after a week but only gets better. You may substitute the HR Vanilla for INW Shisha Vanilla. Enjoy!!!
Delicious coconut cookies, crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside but filled with sweet creamy coconut flavor and a nice play of textures.
FLV Sweet Coconut is creamy coconut. Adds to the sweetness of the cookie.
FA Coco to support FLV Sweet Coconut. These two are always together when I mix anything coconut. I will probably do a v.4 with VT Dessicated Coconut.
FW Bavarian Cream is a light buttery and sweet cream used to carry the coconut part.
FA Meringue is thick and adds more sweetness, here to support FW Bavarian Cream.
WF Cookie Butter is sweet and supports both the buttery notes in FW Bavarian Cream and CAP Sugar Cookie and give it some chewyness.
FA Cookie for a crunchy cookie outside.
CAP Sugar Cookie for the bulk of the cookie here, buttery sweetness, and chewy inside.
I’m not going for authentic, I’m going for tasty... and this is pretty dang tasty. I vape a lot of cereals and I’m almost never “finished” with something. This is finished.. finally.
Biscuit, c27, Cinnamon Crunch, Cinnamon Sugar- This is the cereal base, doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see what’s going on here. The biscuit may seem high, but it works.
Cream (milky), Cream Fresh, Ice Cream Vanilla- Pretty good dairy notes in here while still maintaining an overall sweetness, this base works pretty well with any cereals tbh.
Meringue- I never use Meringue this high, especially to just add sweetness, but that baked crisp note that comes from it when used this high works pretty well with everything else.
All in all, it’s just sort of one of those situations where all the flavors just play so well with each other and create something that’s just... complete. I’m sure you could tone down everything in this recipe and end up with something good but it’s really freaking good like this. Cereally, try it.