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In the original recipe I mixed up on the show I used 1% of flv sweetness. While in the long run this isn't bad, it does have too much of the stevia backnote for me at this level, but it will steep out after about a month. I dropped it in this recipe to a more reasonable level of 0.35% but that means initially the mix won't be as sweet. If you want it sweeter add some sucralose based sweetener to your liking instead.
Overall the flavor is almost there now that it has had a 10 day steep. It tastes like a mouthful of the new m and m candies. While I'm not a huge fan of the LB chocolate roll taste, as it does kind of taste like cheap chocolate, it is authentic to the type of cheap chocolate flavor that the candies actually have...though I guess I'm a bit of a chocolate snob and have been spoiled on European chocolate which is so much better than ours in America.
I may still adjust this recipe after I let this mix steep for the full month, which I think the chocolates and cream and peanut flavors really need, but the coffee notes are good.
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Simple and plain and extremely authentic Oatmeal Raisin Cookie recipe. There is no cream filling and if you want milk get off your ass and go to your fridge, because you won't find it in this profile. Only made possible with the help of Jason "Jbird" Davis, Thanks bro. ((((((((((2-1-2017; VERSION 2 COMING SOON))))))))))
Peanut butter and banana stuffed into a s'more. The King himself would approve.
I'd usually use FA banana in this ratio with Banana Cream, but it got lost amongst the PB and Graham. It steers the recipe more towards a Runts/candy taste, but I think it works well. I don't have TFA's Ripe Banana but I understand it's v similar to FLV's so feel free to sub. Likewise I don't have LA Banana Cream - it may be better, it may be worse, it may be identical. Have at it.
CAP PB and FA Peanut in this ratio make my perfect Peanut Butter. I like a health food store, no added sugar/salt/oil type. Side note - since those PBs are 100% peanut, FA peanut should be great standalone, right? Wrong! It tastes awful. But it adds the perfect amount of bite and dryness here.
TFA GCC works fine if it's all you have, I prefer CAPs because I find it slightly spicier. I've also tried a combo of the two but it seemed to be needlessly over complicating the recipe.
FA Maple Syrup is great here - it adds a dark sweetness and is much more interesting that caramel or butterscotch. There's also a slight smokiness that plays into the s'mores vibe.
FW Butterscotch Ripple compliments every flavour here, and just fills out the background notes. It blends very well with Banana Cream.
There you go. If you're interested, I mix at 70VG, 2mg.
This was actually very good after just leaving overnight, but you probably couldn't call it a s'more - it's too light on Graham Cracker. That comes through over a week or two.
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