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Simple. Dry, slightly buttery, shortbread cookies with a big fat drop of chewy, tangy and sweet orange marmalade. Just like grandma used to make.
First, I had the blood orange at 2% and it really took everything over. The cookie base by itself was mostly fine, not that you could taste it through the orange! The FA cookie is almost perfect on it's own for this kind of cookie. It really just needed a touch of vanilla and the inw biscuit brings that slight butteriness.
I had some help from Lil Kittybit on the diy_ejuice discord going over this recipe. He suggested dropping the orange to 0.5% since this particular FA flavor is rather potent. He was absolutely right. He also suggested some kind of thickening for the fruit layers. I already had meringue sitting on the sideline as a maybe here. We agreed that it might do the trick to bring down those bright, sharp orange bits just enough to make it jammy.
Right away: There is a sharp, almost floral -taste- that overpowers everything good about it. The cookie is very very dry. The orange sits completely separate from the cookie.
3 days: You can tell that everything is starting to settle but that perfumy-ness is still there. As the flavors mesh together, the mouth feel becomes a bit thicker and the initial OVER tanginess is becoming smoother almost like the jam melting and becoming that candy drop in the oven.
7 days: Most of the harshness is gone in the 10ml test however the larger, 120ml, batch definately needs more time.
14 days: The initial harshness has melted away. There is still a super light dry cookie on the inhale. The only wetness here is definitely coming from the chewy orange jam on the exhale, which no longer has that sharpness to it. Just smooth and sweet.
Among the flavors I ordered were cap lemon meringue pie ana d blood orange. I’ve been really stuck on lemon lately. Can’t vape anything else. So I figured I’d find what can be added to it! So I decided on black berry But it didn’t blend. Blood orange being citrus yet closer to black Berry also so it is a good correlating note for this recipe which got my top and supporting notes all the way fermented with each other. For my base I choose deep fried sweet pastry dough and biscuit finally I brought in fw yogurt to draw everything in tighter and give a smoother exhale.
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This recipe is our version of what a "Fat Kid" recipe would be; flakey pastry, buttery, and a creamy rich custard. Nothing specific, just delicious! Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlHMqIaFP-U
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I revamped this recipe with Flavor Creative Custard Premuim, waiting on the steep to taste the results! I also lowered the maple, because this rich custard is so sweet.
So, when I initially saw the Mixinvixens photo challenge, I thought it was a treacle tart, and never having actually eaten one, I went online to look at the ingredients. The ingredients of the food recipe are a basic pastry pie crust, eggs, bread crumbs, golden syrup, lemon juice/zest, molasses, and a Devon cream dollop. Being extremely new to mixing, I had to individually research each flavor and how to use them. I had to order flavors, and they literally arrived on Saturday, and the recipe was due on Sunday. So this was a daunting task for a noob. I even had to ask @lumentum to help me check my percentages, which he kindly did without trying to change my recipe; I wanted this to be all my creation.
Both the crust and bread crumbs in the filling were made using acetyl pyrazine, IN Biscuit & FA Cookie. I was looking for a good texture, and the yeasty properties of the bread crumbs in the filling.
The filling is sweetened by FA Maple syrup. I may give golden syrup a try when it arrives. WF Molasses is darn good, and not as overpowering as I thought it might be. The maple turned out to be a bigger concern, but I was able to balance them out, and the result was a recipe that doesn't need sweetener.
The choice of lemon was easy, FE Lemon has staying power and the strength to cut through all this richness.
I like VT Devon cream, and at such a low %, any possible chocolate notes from it were buried in this recipe. I tried CC Devon Cream, and it just wasn't what I wanted for my dollop.
So there you have it. This was a fun. I look forward to the feedback and learning more from the knowledgeable ladies that make up the MIXINVIXENS, and the rest of the DIY community.
A popular biscuit, raspberry jam and set vanilla cream sandwiched between 2 blonde shortbread discs.
Starting with the biscuit I used CAP sugar cookie, INW biscuit and WF shortbread... I then added vanilla custard for richness and dried it all up with Acetyl Pyrazine.
The jam is self explanatory and that consists of VTA raspberry jam and FLV jammy berry twists the bright raspberry to a darker raspberry whilst also adding more of that pectin content.
The cream isn’t actually a cream in the real deal biscuit, it’s more of a powdered sugar barely moistened and then vanillafied which sets to a sort of chocolate-less ganache so Vanilla buttercream frosting was the perfect choice, used fairly high here to climb above the custard.
I suggest using Sucralose here to aid the buttercream and the jam but it’s entirely down to your taste and is subjective :)
If you like what I do and this recipe then please rate and review :)
Start with 3% Of Lemon meringue pie
Then add 3% juice lemon
3% lemon Sicily
.5 lemon sicillian
1.25% deep fried pastry dough
.5 lemon cake
.26 cream dream
1.25 vanilla bean ice cream
.24% bitter wizzard
Once everything is jar’d up and mixed well we’ll add .5% additional lemon meringue pie
mix remove 15ml to enjoy as SAV!
Allow to steep 14-21 days once finished add last .5% lemon meringue pie and enjoy.
Ok. I know this is a complex recipe. In fact, it's far more complex than I set out to make, but I am very pleased with the result.
I wanted to make a vape that tasted like I was inhaling the heaven-bound soul of a cookie that had lived a fantastic life, and I feel like this is pretty close.
Word of warning; avoid using sweeteners in this - it is sweet enough already, and the Cookie Butter, though amazing can gunk up your coils. Both together would probably make it even worse!
You can S&V with this, but I would give it a couple of weeks for it to be at its best.
Please mix, enjoy, and let me know what you think 😊.