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The dark parts of DDL and M&H, play well against the Strawberry and Vanilla,
and add also a nice creaminess, to this yummi Ice Cream!
The biscuit builds the cone in the background.
The Raspberry 1 dtop/10ml is to support the Strawberries.
Aging: 10 days+
You can use only one of the 2 Ice Creams.
You can also sub the INW Biscuit for JF Biscuit.
You can add Sweetener how you like, but for me the flavours are sweet enough.
You can also add a cooling agent, if you like.
Been working on a strawberry shortcake profile for awhile now and like this version best. I didn’t want the strawberry to be too candied and wanted a light fluffy whipped cream and soft cake to compliment. Super sweet is optional, but it does work well here. Hope you enjoy, let me know what you think!
I took a purely conceptual route here, which is probably best when discussing the how's and why's of making a monster into a vape. That said, it really did turn into a monster in its own right.
WF SC Starfruit - the face of our titular demigorgon. Pretty, and tasty, fruit for the face of a hideous beast.
FA Blood Orange - The monster is, or should be, just about consistently soaked in the blood of its various victims, so a tasty bit of citrus from blood orange made as much sense as anything to me.
INW Shisha Strawberry & FA Red Touch - Syrupy red strawberries working in lock step with the blood orange to really sell the viscous "blood" aspect.
FW Waffle & LB Belgian Waffle - I sort of struggled to give this mix a bit of body at first, thinking on it for quite a while before it dawned on me: Eleven fucking LOVES Eggos. While this is not exactly an eggo, what it actually ends up as is a lightly cinnamon spiced waffle strong enough to stand up to the heavy fruit syrup piled upon it.
The Candy/Jammy Wizard is really just blending the fruits together into a cohesive whole, but at the same time "Wizard" does fit the motif of a fantastical scenario.
A Co-worker put me up to this. His "favorite juice of all time" is called the Strawberry by Drip wich. Traditionally commercial juice, and cloning aren't really my thing, but I agreed to take a crack at the profile. I've no desire to actually clone the original, but the profile was at least potentially tasty so, why the hell not?
The Ice cream base here is shamelessly stolen from @eyemakepizza. I know it's not going to be the one in a commercial juice, but I wanted to make this decadent without falling into oversweet, and the ben and jerry's esque rich creamy concoction the pizza man put together is perfect for that.
The waffle base is pretty straightforward, both TFA belgian and FW waffle have holes in their overall profile. neither is quite right on their own, but by their powers combined you end up with a pretty accurate and tasty rendition of a lightly vanilla'd and slightly maple'd up waffle. maybe not as fluffy as a real Belgian waffle, but for the purposes of a breakfast treat being used as a sandwich around some ice cream and strawberry syrup it works quite well.
The strawberry combo is simple, INW shisha strawberry is a syrupy mess, strongly reminiscent in my mind of nestle's strawberry syrup. To boost that up, and give it a bit of body without venturing off into a full on strawberry Red touch works quite well to bring some balance to the whole ordeal.
I have never tried the pony on acid juice. But since the great @folkart is next to deliver to us his version I took the time and do mine to
expecting this goes in the right direction but if it not it is pretty darn tasty anyway.
Please rate or live some feedback.
I know the hype for straws and creams have passed but not for me, this profile still being my fav.
Hope you enjoy this mix.
Emily and ladies of Mixinvixens, thanks so much for inviting me back to your show! As a 3 month old mixer, this recipe truly was a challenge for me. I am proud to say that I got no help past my husband's palate and feedback. It took intense study of each flavor, several episodes of Noted, and 2 different batches to arrive at this recipe. After a final tweak of sweeteners, I am done.
So the challenge picture looked like a flaky, pastry-like biscuit, filled with a vanilla cream, fresh strawberries, and a dusting of powdered sugar. I tackled the biscuit part first, which needed a biscuit texture combined with buttery flakiness. I chose IN Biscuit paired with VTA Croissant to do this careful balancing act. If I had used JF Biscuit, it would have been too sweet and moist, and if I used to much Croissant, it would have been too buttery. Note that VTA Croissant does not taste right off the shake; it must steep out a bare minimum of 5 days! After a 7 day steep, these 2 flavors arrived at just the right texture, and as great light, flaky, pastry-like biscuit exhale.
The cream was easier. I wanted a vanilla whipped cream, not too rich, and a recipe that only took 7 days to steep. FA Cream Fresh was light, and didn't add anything too heavy, and is a flavor I can trust to be consistent. FA Vienna Cream at a lower percentage offered just the right amount of depth and richness to my vanilla whipped cream filling.
Ahh, the strawberries are always difficult. I wanted fresh strawberry flavor here, no syrups, no artificial notes, no jam...just fresh sliced strawberries in this lovely light bakery that wouldn't fade out. I have about 6 options to choose from in my stash, and arrived at a careful balance between the sweet ripe strawberry flavor of TPA Strawberry Ripe, and all the fresh, tart, seeds and cores of FA Strawberry (Red Touch). I am very happy with the authentic flavor I finished with, and look forward to finding if it fades or not in a few weeks. (I need to order the new VSO Strawberry and try it soon!)
My Nude Nicotine sweeteners have a real advantage here. I always start at .1% of NN Monk Fruit Extract, which provides a true sugar sweetness, and .05% Stevia, which provides sweet lips and a distinct pop of fruit flavors. After my steep, I found increasing them to 50% more than those percentages brought everything to pop forward and my sweet tooth was satisfied. Can you substitute another sweetener, yes, but why? Spare your coils, learn less is more, and NN ships internationally! But do what you will here, it is DIY. Try this combo without prejudice, and give me some feedback, please?
At last, OoO Powdered Sugar did just what is was supposed to do, and that's add a textured sweet dusting of powdered sugar goodness to this dessert.
I am vaping this right now in my Falcon King and surprised myself at how good it is. So, I look forward to the judges making this recipe as is, so I can learn more. Maybe they will buy both NN sweeteners to be fair, because they will probably show up in all the next challenges this month.
The Cap Sugar Cookie provides the majority of the fluffy buttery pastry with WF Crepe backing it up and adding in a nice light powdered sugar note. I used FA Juicy strawberry and FA Red Touch as the strawberry layer for a very natural sweet strawberry with VT Sweet Cream providing a great sweet creamy filling.
I used cream puff as part of the outer cake portion of the "sandwhich" and to add to the cream note. Norwegian cake adds an almond cake type note and adds density. Custard premium is the inner rich rich center. Red Touch boosts the strawberry of the Sweet strawberry without adding a ton of sweetness (aka muting).
Looking for a nice sweet pod recipe? Look no further folks, we've got a tasty one here!
This recipe starts with the fantastic 3-2-1 strawberry trinity, follows it up with a delicious combo of pur/fa watermelons and finishes it off with some jelly candy.
This has become the favorites of several of my close friends and its the only thing my girlfriend vapes. It would be a shame not to share it!
Sweeten as desired. If you enjoy menthol flavors start at about .6% ( I use a 50/50 mix of ecx ws-23 and ecx menthol solution, .3% each, with great results)
For pods I use a 50/50 vg/pg ratio and a healthy dose of nicotine. If you want to sub ohm this recipe, you can raise the ratio and reduce the flavoring some since it wont have to rise above all that nicotine.