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I never got on board the cereal hype train, I mixed plenty of top recipes, but they just weren't to my taste. I ordered Capella Blueberry Cinnamon Crumble simply out of interest. It turns out it was very pleasing to my palate, and hopefully yours. I went into overdrive thinking of cereal and grain combinations to add to it. I prefer yogurt with my oats/muesli, so feel free to remove the yogurts and creams and use your favorite milk base instead.
As a shake and vape it's pleasant, but the longer you can wait, the more it deepens. the blueberry's are always a back note, but they linger on the palate nicely. This combination of creams and yogurts are perfect for me in this mix. Enjoy!
Please note this recipe is subject to commercial release.
Lassi - a blend of yogurt, water or milk and spices, with ice. Sometimes with fruit or nuts. A popular drink from the Indian Subcontinent.
Several recipes of the real drink served as inspiration for this recipe.
It is perfect for my taste - fragrant, creamy and sweetish with the Pistachio always there, but not overwhelming. With ice of course.
FLV Greek Yogurt with FA Yogurt combines perfectly for the yogurt base. Any possibly associated off notes are eradicated by OOO Cream Milky Undertone without taking away from the essential yogurt character. I wanted a full cream milk and OOO Cream Milky Undertone fits the bill to a tee. FA Honey imparts just enough sweet without becoming overly discernible as honey on the taste. FA Bergamot, Rose and Saffron are understated and manifest as "pleasantly fragrant". Adjust FA Polar Ice to your own taste preferences in respect of how much or how little cool you want.
Fresh, Creamy, Blueberry Yoghurt.
Utilising Manson/Skiddlz' yogurt base, so credit to them for that!
I was very sceptical about using 4% FLV GY, that stuff smells gank; but oh boy does it taste good! It's thick and luxurious, excellent mouthfeel. Coupled with the FA FC/Yogurt it makes one of the best full bodied yoghurts in vaping.
Added a solid combo of Blueberries, a touch of Sucralose to round any sour edges and boost the blueberries and voila!
I prefer this as a S&V, the Bilberry isn't as strong off the bat in this recipe, but if you find it strong just let it sit for a couple of days.
So following on from the success of the DInner Lady Lemon Tart Remix let's go further and remix another one.
Now before I start this time I'm not going to give myself brownie points or am I anyway going to suggest this next recipe is a clone or 1:1 or even a remix but in my opinion it doesn't need to be. It holds its own weight it doesn't need to be compared its fantastic either way. If you want to compare it feel free it might be better it might not,as we all know taste is subjective.
So this is my rice pudding & jam not dinner lady's but my take but we can use the platform to create some hype!!! I mean who doesn't enjoy hype!!
This in my opinion is spot on creamy, thick rice milk with a dollop of sweet raspberry jam that's it, it's tasty and hits the spot no gimmicks or crazy flavour bending just the ingredients in the recipe that take you to the profile without thinking outside the box.
This is straight up rice milk it works really well to mimic that rice pudding flavour. It stands up to its profile well and we will use this as the base of the rice milk but with some additional help we can really push this further making it more creamy and thicker.
FW sweet cream
This acts as a emulsifier for the horchata it really gives the rice milk a more milky profile and adds some great mouthfeel.
Fa yogurt/ Fa meringue
Again just some additional flavours that are really needed to get that rice milk to where it needs to be. Fa yogurt may sound weird here but it really does wonders rice pudding is thick I didn't want to use custard here so after much testing the yogurt really thickened the rice milk almost turning it into a ambrosia kind of rice pudding. Fa meringue just adds a little more milk and sweetness.
Such an amazing flavour that misses out somewhat due to inw and tfa but I tried both of them and neither hit the spot you either needed a shit ton to pull that profile through or the other just over powered. Fa raspberry is spot on at 1% it sits nicely at the back where I wanted it and I found its flavour on par as a more jammy raspberry especially with the help of the next two flavours.
Fa black currant/ JF juicy lemon
These two flavours do the magic where the jam is concerned they totally transform the raspberry flavour and turn it jammy. If you haven't tried fa black currant then your missing out it does great things to darker fruits. The jf juicy lemon again sits on top of the berries and it's candy aspect switches up the fruits to that jam level alongside adding additional sweetness.
Fa cinnamon Ceylon
Just a little here to add some accent to the rice pudding kind of acts like that burnt topping you get on the pudding and also adds some more interest to the pudding. You can leave this out if cinnamon isn't your thing but it really isn't noticeable but it does add a little cheeky twist.
So there you go rice pudding and jam my way but dinner lady I salute you for making me fuck with your profiles!! Thank you......
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If you don't fancy mixing from scratch
A blackberry Greek Yogurt with a little sweetness.
I used to vape a Blackberry Yogurt from a company called Dead Shriners, pretty good stuff, but not Yogurt-y enough. So Since I started doing DIY I decided to make my own Blackberry Yogurt.
My idea with this was to make a nice Yogurt base, FLV Greek for the Greek Yogurt part, FA Yogurt to mellow it out a little and add some sweet creaminess and FLV Cream for even more sweetness and creaminess.
Then add in my Blackberry, I went with Cap Black Raspberry after trying out a few others and not getting the taste I was looking for.
This Is my first recipe, I mean I like it, but you'll have to make up your own mind.
No secret, I really like FA Yogurt, the V2 is good, the bad stuff V1 is better, using V2 here just for a teeny bit of a "round sour note"
LB Vanilla Ice cream, this has to be the most complete ice cream flavor I have ran across, good on it's own up to 10% to taste, 6 to 10 anyways. Does not need any help, IMO
LB Pink Lemonade 2.5% this adds the citrus effect, a good sub for it would be CAP Pink at the same percentage.
Capella Sweet Mango, I adore this stuff, for a truer Mango you can add others, but this does just fine on it's own as well.
TFA Sweetener - This mix really needs it, I was using just EM in it but felt it really needed the "True Sweet" effect that nothing but Sucralose can give it.
So, what this is...
An interesting Dream Bar, it will change from an Orange Cream Bar to a Mango Cream at different wattages and airflow.
Feel Free to add Koolada to taste for a cold one :)
Edit, if you vape this during the first week the ice cream is not fully developed, the citrus is heavy and separate from the Mango. After a week is when this truly comes together.
Steep 2-3 days. Mix at 70VG / 30PG. Based on Wayne Walker's STRAWBERRY YOGURTS, this is my go to strawberry yoghurt. I replaced CAP Sweet Strawberry with JF's, because for me, it has much more flavour and is just the perfect strawberry syrup. I've also added CAP Marshmallow for creamier and sweeter mouthfeel. FW Hazelnut combines so well with FA Caramel and adds another depth.