By: Hangsen (HS)
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This combination works as good as my strawberry basil recipe posted a few years ago, view it here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/44489
The French Ice cream from Hangsen is absolute the top, combined with a little FLV Vanilla Pudding for some extra egg taste, and the combination of the different blueberries is rich and decadent, to finish a little FLV Basil adding that little spicy an cold feeling to the recipe.
I understand that the Blueberry Cream RF/SC is no more available (some shops still have them) but it is essential to this mix.
Please remember that this recipe is been made to my liking.
As a mixer you should taste the recipe and adjust the quantity of aromas and sweetness to your liking. I just provide the necessary building blocks.
There are a lot of Lemon Meringue Pie recipes on here, this is just another take on it.
This one is string on the butteriness, and cream. Light on the sugary meringue.
FE Lemon is chosen because it will outlast the steep needed for the custard. It can be substituted with your favourite lemon, just push it a bit higher to last through the steep.
FA Custard Premium is much maligned, and may be hard to get in your territory - it can be substituted with CAP Vanilla Custard if you choose.
HS French Vanilla IceCream can be swapped out with LB Vanilla Ice Cream should you choose.
Let it steep for a while in order to get the custards and creams to bloom.
21 Days is a good while for this.
An RY4 crossed with a very slight variation of eyemakepizza's Trinity Vanilla Ice Cream (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364). When I think of Trinity, I can't help but imagine the pictures of the 1945 explosion from the atomic testing site Trinity, in Alamogordo . . . so, I made the ice cream sitting on top of the cone from an image of the explosion 0.016 seconds after detonation. Sweet, creamy, RY4 for your Christmas morning sweet-tooth.
This recipe is not at all original, it is all based around https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364#the_trinity_vanilla_ice_cream_by_eyemakepizza
Well this one started with me asking for free flavor samples in my last order. I was sent WF Molasses, and it smells soooo good!
Anyway, I had just recently tried @eyemakepizza's Trinity Vanilla Ice Cream, (which is AMAZING btw, go try it!) and thought it would be good with some of that Molasses.
Added in some FW Hazelnut for a little bit of nuttiness, and some INW Biscuit for a cone.
WOW!! It tastes amazing! SO good, even after the shake, but I am sure with some steeping it will be even better.
Give it a try, let me know what you think. It is still in progress so always open to suggestions.
Another recipe taking layers and putting them together... This started out as a test of the Strawberry Trinity and was then turned into a lovely ice cream. Super Smooth and really smack you in the face Strawberry. This vape only lasted a few days and was gone. The Ice Cream is a pretty standard Ice Cream layer I use in a lot of recipes and backs up this berry really nicely. It is all Strawberry on the inhale, smooth thick and creamy mouth feel - followed by a hint of cream on the exhale. Already mixed up more of this and is steeping away in a dark corner. Let me know what you think ... this was my first recipe with ID10T's trinity mix ... love is an understatement.
White chocolate Ice Cream With crushed up candy canes
This is the first year I’ve created and released a Christmas themed recipe. I’m extremely happy with this one! The minute you vape it your automatically transported to a cold,snowy Christmas Day and that’s EXACTLY what I wanted. Sorry for the lack of notes on this one guys I’m very busy with life and just don’t have time
** S&V APPROVED**
Best @ 2-3 Days
Do yourself a favour and give this one a mix and get yourself right in the Christmas spirit!!! You won’t be disappointed I’m sure of it. 😀 merry Christmas all and all the best for 2020! Happy mixing and please leave a rating and short review when you mix this puppy up. P.S *** 1% cap super sweet is a MUST in this recipe!*** yippeekiyaymotherfuckerz!!!!! 😘💙
This is a slight adaptation of @tootal's 3-2-1 creme brulee. I bumped the INW custard up .25% and added HS FVIC @ .75% I loved this recipe before and the addition of the FVIC, I think, takes this to the next level and helps marry the custard to the creme. Give it a try and let me know what you think
Adapted from: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/97165
Is it fried ice cream? Is it a snicker doodle cookie? Is it cinnamon toast crunch? I don't know
Is it delicious? YES
\\Steep Time: 10-14 Days
\\Mixed at: 70vg/30pg
Update: Don't feel like toying with getting the Rich Cinnamon right? CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl v1 at 1% is a perfect substitute.
My original goal was to try and make a Mexican fried ice cream; Which is a big ball of ice cream, covered in corn cereal, flash fried, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, and then immediately put in a freezer. When served they add a light drizzle of sugar syrup.
After many iterations I came to this, but this is a strong independent recipe, and it don't need no locked down flavor profile. I'll go over my flavor notes anyway
Ice Cream Base: This really all started after eyemakepizza's ice cream base came out. I really wanted to make a fried ice cream, and I loved the hell out of this base. It's creamy, buttery, and has vanilla, what's not to like? When used with the other flavors in this recipe it can easily be misinterpreted as the buttery notes of a sugar cookie.
Fried Cereal/Cookie Thing: Depending on the restaurant , you can still taste a bit of the fried notes on fried ice cream, and to get that flavor I started with CAP Funnel Cake and Cereal 27, though at higher %'s Funnel Cake can be gross, soggy, and overpowering, at low %'s it is nice when you are wanting to add a slight friend note to a recipe. CAP Cereal 27 was to get the corn crunch that is usually on a fried ice cream, which when combined with CAP Funnel cake makes this interestingly crunchy but also soft texture at the same time. Which makes me unable to decide if it's a cereal, cookie, or fried ice cream
The Drizzle: The fried ice creams I've had usually have a touch of cinnamon sugar on them with a light drizzle of a sugar syrup, which is where VT Golden Syrup and FLV Rich Cinnamon come into play. This is where it really makes it taste like a snicker doodle cookie, or a cinnamon toast crunch
Depending on your palette and frame of mind this really could be a fried ice cream, a warm buttery snicker doodle cookie, or from the cereal notes a cinnamon toast crunch that happens to have some melted ice cream in there. So what do you think you'll taste from this recipe? Give it a mix and try it out!
Be sure to leave a review if you like it!