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It’s my custard adv
Any fruits on top would work (without the hazelnut).
Ps: for those not sensitive to diketones, maybe a week is enough. But I use to produce big batches and let it sit for a month.
Ps: I’m not into sweeteners or so ever. But that 0.5 cotton candy (EM) makes a huge difference to this recipe.
Hope you enjoy
Lots of love and flavor <3
I’m trying to get close to the feeling of this Chinese ice cream that I love.
Feel I’m close enough to share.
I know... I know... TPA’s Honeydew is a f*cking flavored flavor. And 4%? Hell I know. But it is what it is.
The Tres leches gives me a sensation of Brazilian “condensed milk”. If you are sensitive to it, try to swap it to OoO’s milk (cream undertone) @ 2% that blends well too.
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
I quite like my trials on diy. But this was the first one that really convinced my boyfriend, witch is why I call it “daddy’s”.
I started off using tpa hazelnut, but after a good steep I realized the reality of FW would fit better the profile. Feel free to use TPA’s without the hazel groove (changes completely, but works well).
I feel it well blended only after a month of steeping, despite after two weeks is already vapeable. Don’t dare trying before... there’s a metallic thing coming out from the hazels that creeps me out.
Hope you enjoy :)
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Lots of love and flavor <3
My favorite lemonade has always been lemon twist pink punch lemonade by quite a margin. I started by recreating that in your face lemonhead candy. Took a while but I had a breakthrough when I mixed a lemon meringue pie. FA-Meringue was the last key to the lemonhead puzzle. Unfortunately, this lemonade needs to steep for 3 days as FE-lemon takes some time to really pop. I honestly feel like they had to use fe lemon in their recipe because its the only lemon that I am aware of that doesn't fade really at all. This is close to indistinguishable from the lemon twist and I would love to hear your opinions on how I did! Thanks and I hope you enjoy. I left the super sweet at the lowest acceptable amount. I personally like it at .75 on this one, but start low and increase to your liking.
so i mixed golden snzzberry custard by the diydiscord and it just honestly did not push enough flavor for me at all it was a good idea and I could tell it had very much potential so I pushed a few flavors up and added some sweetener and now it’s phenomenal. so most of this credit goes to the DIYDISCORD on alltheflavors.com .
2 years ago I challenged myself to develop a Lemon Meringue Pie recipe without using a lemon meringue pie concentrate in a recipe called "Oh You Tart". It was an amazing achievement and one that I was very vocally proud of. Still to this day it stands up beautifully.
However in the last two years a lot more flavors have become available and a lot more knowledge has been gained since then. With that said, it's time to introduce you to an even more amazing version of this recipe profile, with even more amazingly delectable mouthfeel & flavour than ever before.
This is Oh You Tart 2.0
The Base is made simple by combining the delicious tones of WF Almond cookie & WF Lemon Squares.
The lemon curd custard combines a combination of Inw Creme Brulee, VTA Sour Lemon, FE Lemon & FA Butter while some other lovely lighter lemon notes are loaned by the WF Lemon Squares.
However this is a taller, fuller meringue pie than ever before so I have gone with a very full mouthfeel on the top of the pie by using a combination of FLV Marshmallow Vanilla, FA Meringue & a little FLV Smoked Butterscotch.
The accenting in the recipe happens from different directions here that just work. The FLV Smoked Butterscotch helps with that genuine out of the oven home baked note. The super sweet offers a little sugary note to the meringue. The FA Butter even this low helps the base, the curd and the top beautifully.
There is a lot going on here to create what is to my taste the most amazing full Lemon Meringue Pie recipe I have ever tasted with or without using a LMP concentrate. It has been an awesome experience to rebuild this profile from further knowledge while taking advantage of the latest concentrates available to me. Creating this recipe has been something that has not only challenged me once more but has rewarded with the most delicious experience that I could have ever imagined!
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
I enjoy this at 60W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
Steep Time 5-7 days
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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This is one of those that I made, tried and didn't like, then left alone for 5 weeks and tried again, and it was WONDERFUL! Best banana bread recipe I have tried yet. Then again, with TFA Banana Nut Bread it's really hard to go wrong.
TFA Banana Nut Bread : obviously the star of the show. Such a great flavor, only needs a little help.
FA Cookie: to fill out the sweet "baked" flavor
TPA Butter: because butter
FA Meringue: for a sweet hint of frosting
FA Hazelnut to add to the nuttiness
and finally the flavor that has to steep in to be good...
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl V2: this is for a hint of cinnamon, however after the shake it is still a bit overpowering imo. however, after a few weeks it works great!
Definitely recommend letting this one steep a bit, not exactly sure how long is best. Gonna say to start at 2 weeks and go from there.