By: Hangsen (HS)
Used in 1750 recipes at an average of 0.963%.
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
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!
This is a vanilla ice cream with a chocolate cookie crumble core/swirl i mixed this up after i was eating some ben and jerry’s (the cookies and milk one ) anyway , I took the LB vanilla ice cream and hangsens french vanilla ice cream percentages from eyemakepizza’s trinity vanilla ice cream (i’ll post the link below) . it’s a wonderful ice cream and so i used those two as my ice cream base and added MB cookie bite and bam an amazing ice cream juice all over again . when you try it leave a review . Fuck a flavor ban ! https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364#the_trinity_vanilla_ice_cream_by_eyemakepizza
the idea was an ice cream sandwich of mascarpone with a nice chewy and crispy almond cookie
I’m not sure if it fits to the idea but sure it is going to be a good one.
I use the cc trinity to get the cream cheese feel and a little crust, probably I should go there with la cci or caps creamy yog and also fw yog
But In this iteration I preffer going this way.
The hs fvic plus tpa bvic for the buttery ice cream base and the vanilla touch an ice cream needs plus hs fvic wich also helps in the sourness, I feel this accent very cheese more than I wanted with the average use of it. That is why I only dropped 0.25% here.
The cookies and the almond + marzipan for the cookie part of the sandwich.
Let me know what you think
Lickity Split is the name of one of my local ice cream shops, I used to love getting banana splits there when I was a kid. I've all but given up on chocolate but wanted to work on the rest of the profile. I've had all these flavors for awhile, but haven't really tried using any of them outside of the coconuts and custard before. I thought the custard would help thicken up the mouth feel without changing the profile flavoring too much. I kind of like this better right off the shake tbh, the banana seems to settle in a little too much after a week or so for my taste. Others may like it that way though idk :)
This is meant to emulate the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream (Ben & Jerry's).
Made on Live Mixing
So this recipe was inspired immediately after smelling Country Apple (PUR) for the first time. It is just a perfect baked apple with plenty of sweet caramel goodness. After months of development I am finally satisfied with this recipe. To me it represents the profile very well. Mix and Enjoy!
P.S. I have a string of Ice Cream recipes that I am nearly finished with so look out for those if you're a fan of those profiles.
County Apple (PUR): The star of the show! This is without a doubt my favorite apple flavor and it is the perfect fit for this profile. At 3% it is perfectly incorporated throughout the whole vape. Pairs perfectly with Cinnamon Danish Swirl to give it an apple pie profile.
Cinnamon Danish Swirl (CAP): This flavor is used to give this recipe it's apple pie character. Works well with Country Apple and gives it some spice & caramel notes.
Cookie (FA): Gives this a sort of pie crumble taste. Lacks the texture I was looking for. I'll have to revisit that later.
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (TFA): The main Ice Cream flavor for this recipe. Everyone loves VBIC and now I understand why. Though I do find some off-notes with it at high percentages.
Vanilla Ice Cream (LB): Used in conjunction with VBIC (TFA) to give it more creamy texture.
French Vanilla Icecream (HS): Adds just a bit more cream and just enough butter to enhance the apple pie.
WS-23: Cooling agent. Feel free to leave out if you prefer.