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CAP Sugar Cookie is the star of the show here. The buttery yet soft cookie provides the perfect base to this cookie.
JF Cookie helps shape it and provide the realistic crunchy edges and golden flavor that a fresh baked cookies have.
TFA Butter is used just low enough to provide a buttery note that is present in a fresh sugar cookie or even snickerdoodle.
CAP Cinnamon Sugar and FLV Rich Cinnamon provide the spice backnotes to a true spice dusted sugar cookie
FLV Vanilla Custard helps provide the right amount of body while thickening the mix to provide a dense slighhtly saturated mouthfeel that you get when eating a sugar cookie.
CAP Super Sweet at 0.25% to 0.5% is crutial here to provide the sweetness you get while eating cookies especially one as sweet as a sugar cookie. I like it at 0.25% however
SUBS: If you don't have FLV Vanilla Custard you can use CAP Vanilla Custard at 1%,
This recipe was featured on DEVELOPED LIVE: Blind Remix Ep.2. Full recipe notes at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6lbDGKduU8 . Our goal was to improve upon the original and try to come as close as we could. We let this steep for about a week to determine if it was ready to be released and we think that it is. After revisiting the original and also hearing from the viewers, we determined that there was a possible banana note in the original. So, we made another version utilizing this recipe but adding TPA Banana Cream at 1%. So if that's what you taste in the original, by all means add that flavoring.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, and Folkart.
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Ok so i’m using carrot cake as the main flavor here at 4 % because at this % it’s not too overwhelming or to underwhelming . It’s just right at 4% . I then used Cream cheese icing for the center of the oreo at 1% is just perfect . We’re using Jungle Flavors Cookie at 2% and Cap sugar cookie at 2% to give it some Oreo cookie texture and also the sugar cookie is helping out the deep fried part of the recipe. we are then using WF Deep fried pastry dough-SC for a obvious reason at 1% gives it a deep fried taste and feel . Then i threw some OOO corn bread on that bitch to give it some more “cakey” texture for the deep fried part again . And also some CAP vanilla cupcake V2 to give it more fried cake ishness , Thsi flavor also adds some frosting to the mix because who doesn’t want to dip there deep fried carrot cake oreo in some cream cheese frosting ??? . And Last BUT not least you can go ahead and throw some super sweet in there if you would like at 0.5 to 1 % i would suggest not going over 1% . For ME 0.5 is perfect . This mix dose not necessarily need sweetener at all but it definitely brings the mix out more . As a shake and vape it’s good but after like 5 - 10 minutes of sitting the mix comes to life but i am sure after a few weeks steep time the cookie parts texture will shine like no tomorrow . So have fun with this one and mix it up and give it a 5 star rating if you like it . witch i’m positive you all will . especially if you all liked developeds “Deep fried birthday cake “ . That’s actually where i got the inspiration for the Deep fried part . At first i was just going to make a Carrot Cake oreo . But i figured that was kind of boring . So shout out to the developed team for coming up with such a good deep fried base with there Deep fried birthday cake recipe deep fried birthday cake recipe . It’s also an amazing vape so go check that out too on Alltheflavors there screen name is obviously Developed . Much LOVE and keep mixing . Always say FUCK a FLAVOR ban . And remember to say Fuck You to your politicians that believe in banning out life saving products . Pec out vape fam and stay tuned for more mixes to come and feel free to message me on here if you have any questions or need any kind of help that has to do with mixing specially if you’re a beginner.
Since everyone seems to be dropping pineapple recipes . . . here's something I've been working on in anticipation of the Stranger Things season 3 release. A while ago, my wife made pancakes with pineapple rings in them, which led to the idea of waffles with pineapple. I've long been trying to find a decent pineapple upside down cake, to no avail. Setting that aside (again), I turned my attention to this Stranger Things inspired concoction . . . Upside Down pineapple waffles. LB Belgian Waffle, JF Cookie, and AP to get that crispy, maple waffle. FW Butter Pecan and Sweetener to go with that JF Cookie to make up the buttery, nutty syrup. CAP Golden Pineapple and WF Pineapple Candy for the sweetened cooked pineapple rings. Finally, topped off with a dollop of CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
We wanted to make a Red, White, and Blue themed recipe so this is our version of a Blueberry, Raspberry Tart. To add a bit of brightness, you can add FE Lemon at .25% and to make it a bit darker you can increase the JF Cookie to 1.5%. Full Development Notes at https://youtu.be/NR731Ylixe8
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A thick & creamy milkshake blended with sticky toffee and crushed cookies.
The milkske base comes with the compliment of @Freshepies and is, by miles, the best milkshake base known to man and alien alike. It is a thick and creamy vanilla milkskake and ticks all the boxes in the most realistic and indulgent milkshake department. Period.
FLV Toffee is what it says on the label = thick, sweet and sticky toffee. Used low, it works well and devoid of the fruity and funky off notes some pick up. It needs at least a week or so to fully shine, so be patient, it will just get better and better.
Salted Carmel boosts the Toffee just a tad by adding a buttery and rich caramel element which rounds the toffee off beautifully.
JF Cookie is my go to fresh, cookie flavour and sits beautifully in this milkshake. A tad of texture and caramel sweetness, inhered to JF cookie, compliments the toffee layer stunningly.
Let this baby develop for at least 7 days - 2 weeks best.
Raspberry Coconut Cookie
This is a delicious chewy coconut cookie with Jam in the center
INW Coconut Cookie, JF Cookie, and Cap Sugar Cookie create this cookie. INW Coconut cookie is the main focus, but needs a bit of help. JF Cookie is used to help with the crispy bottom texture, and Cap Sugar Cookie is used to give the chewy center needed for the cookie.
The cookie itself needed more coconut. I used VT Desiccated Coconut to give the feel and taste of sweet coconut. PUR Toasted Coconut Cheesecake was used to add the toasted note for the top of the cookie.
For the jam in the center of the cookie, I used, VT Raspberry Jam, and to boost the flavor just a bit, I added some FLV Boysenberry.
This definitively ended up a very delicious Coconut Cookie with a nice raspberry jam added to it.
Anise cookie is a traditional sicilian (Italy) cookie. It has a well cooked body, not too sweet, and the refreshing flavor of anise. We use it with red wine for dessert (like Marsala wine). I grove up with this cookie (without wine, of course).
For the cookie, after many trials, I find the perfect combo with an high 2.5% of FA cookie and a 1.5% of JF cookie.
FW pie crust work well to give a brown, hard crust to the cookie.
Golden butter essentially make a wet contrast to the dry biscuit base.
FA Anise is a strong, violent, flavor. So, even if it is the profile of this recipe, you can not use more then 0.75%.
TPA Pistachio at 0.5% is the perfect husband for the marriage with anise in order to give a nutty constituency to the recipe.