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I got really lucky on this one. I made the blueprint, tried it out and BOOM, chocolate D0nut. Some of the flavor choices are obvious, like lava cake (excellent chocolate flavor), glazed donut (THE best d0nut), and zeppola (for the "fried" feel). Sugar cookie was added to cake out the donut and add more body, and FW sweetener was used instead of cap SS so that it wouldnt add citric acid to the mix. Flv sweetness can be used this way also.
Sure, sounds like a delicious food, but damnit we don't have any good bacon flavors in the flavoring market. So in an effort to add a hint of what might taste like bacon to a maple frosted donut, I added FA oak wood and FA Black Fire to add that smokey wood note to it. It works for a hint of bacon, more like donuts deep friend in bacon grease, rather than slices of bacon on it, but that was as close as I could get it. It does need a 2 to 3 week steep. It's not a shake and vape for me.
Who’s Joe? Joe’s a morning guy, but only after he gets his ‘nut. His donut served alongside a cup of cappuccino that is.
This is the first iteration of this recipe. The donut and cappuccino come through rather equally and delight the senses with a donut freshly dipped in a warm cup of cappuccino.
OOO Blackberry is crazy strong so you have to go low or else it turns into a perfumed mess. I added FLV Jammy Berry to make it stickier and add other berries and sweetness. CAP NY Cheesecake creates the slightly cheese-y inside and OOO whipped cream and vanilla custard are there for body and creaminess. Zeppola is giving the pastry effect with NR Sugar crunch to add a "crunch" or fried note. You can nix the berries and add whatever fruit/etc of your choice or none at all.
An Apple Cider Donut!
I'm getting a nice cinnamon sugar old fashioned donut with some light frosting and a nice hint of apple cider.
The Nic Vape Old Fashioned Donut adds the old fashioned donut that nothing else on the market does.
Zeppola and fluffy white cake give you the lightly glazed cinnamon sugar.
Glazed donut gives you a light yeastiness.
Avacado gives you greasiness.
Have a damn donut! 😋
For a cake donut base I wanted something a little different. Wasn't a fan of straight zeppola or the usual cap\tpa glazed donut concentrates on their own. Also the latter force a glaze on you. This works very well, stands up to a longer steep & lots of different flavor combos. Oh, I get zero play-doh from this which is a bonus.
Edit 7.12.19 This recipe holds up very well in a stock coil sub ohm tank. Even mesh(lose some texture but no mistaking it for anything but a donut).😀
Enjoy on it's own or add whatever floats your boat.
Donut base: zep for the fried dough note, enough for a taste & to give us an outside to fill with the cake mixture.
Yellow Cake & Cake batter: I want this to be a nice full flavor. 3% for that nice cake taste & texture. 1% Cap cb to help smooth the mix out & drive home that this is a cake donut. This flavor holds it's own & can really help fill out a cake mix in a heavier way. (If you wanted\can't get jf you could sub fw Yellow cake (sugar warning))
A dash of sweetener ( I used 1 drop\15ml of cap ss) seems needed for this on it's own I feel. But unless you want that plain donut that nobody else touches it helps. Leaving it out because someone always eats that donut. Not sure if desperation or enjoyment 🤔
To make this a glazed donut: add 1%ish la cci, or flv frosting or tpa glazed donut.
Powdered sugar donut: add .5- 1% ooo powdered sugar or, if you get powdered sugar taste from it: .5%ish tpa glazed donut. Even a little fa meringue would probably do the trick.
Blueberry donut: 2% tpa blueberry extra & 4% fw blueberry with .5% lemon Sicily (just a personal fave combination if not using the trifecta)
Will post my favorite version as soon as I'm done tweaking it.
There's really a ton you can build with this. It's tasty off the shake & 3-5 days should give it a fairly good chance to develop. But because of the cake batter I ask you please give it a week before rating :) I usually add fruits afterwards with this one depending what I'm in the mood for. Have suggested ratio at 80\20 so you can actually weigh it out as pre-mix on atf when adding flavors to it : )
Enjoy & Happy Mixing! Feedback is always appreciated! 😎💨💨
This a complete re work of a popular recipe I created sometime ago. The original was very good, this version is awesome! Mix,rate,share,comment and list of all have fun with it! Swap out the strawberry and rhubarb and replace with your own version of fruit filling. This doughnut base I’ve created is an absolute winner! Sweetener again is optional! I prefer My recipes seasoned to perfection so I tend to stick to around 0.25 - 0.50% on most my mixes but it really comes down to what I’m mixing/using. Have fun chick-A-roo’s! 💙