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(Needs a few days to actually come together) This is a butterfinger cheesecake , The peanut butter combo i got from a mix called chick-o-stick here on alltheflavors . it’s the perfect combo for a butterfinger like flavor . using a simple cheesecake base with yes , we cheesecake , FlavorWest yogurt and FA meringue . FA cookie to give it some texture and then i’m using JF milk chocolate because it works in plenty of recipes that i’ve tried as a chocolate bar type flavor (if used correctly) . And just a touch of MB cookie bite to give it just a hint more chocolate and some chocolate cookie crust . Enjoy.
To me? Spot on!
One of my best seller down here in Brazil.
Still, maybe you could add some (2-3%) of CAP Van custard if you dare make it creamier -But knowing that it’s not supposed to be a custardy profile!-
I kinda looove the feeling of dark melting hazel that comes from this mix.
Because of the “metallic thing” coming from the hazel groove, and cocoa’s dryness, please be a dear and wait those 3 weeks, deal?
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
I vape this shit every single day
It’s freaking simple and obvious... but since I found out how I LOVE FA cookie, I almost stopped developing, that’s how addicted I got to this single flavor @5% (yes, insane).
But then I thought about putting some work upon it. That’s how my adv was born.
Jf Milk chocolate brings the chocolate chips... but you could take it out and would continue mind blowing. Or swap to double chocolate clear @ 1%
Already lovely as S&V, but it’s definitely best after a week or two
Hope you enjoy
Lots of love and flavor <3
I HATE to make such long recipes but this one needed to be like this.
What i wanted for this profile was a milky creamy taste and chocolate/peanut butter flavour like they have been drenched like a syrup on the glass.
Also some cruchy notes like you're drinking straight from the cup on the image and not from the straw, and as more you vape it, you loose a bit of that crunch and you have the sensation of being drinking now from the straw.
For the cream base i wanted a milky, creamy, thick and rich milkshake so i used a classic mix such as: Fa Cream Fresh, TPA Vanilla swirl and TPA Bavarian Cream but the cream was still a bit soft for what i wanted so i added CAP V1 Vanilla Custard and Boom! The milkshake base worked perfectly.
For the peanut butter part i used TPA Peanut Butter Dx, and FlV peanut butter at just 0.25% as everything higher added too much dry peanut top notes.
FA Cookie gives the crunchy notes and adds to the milkshake base.
Obviously JF Milk Chocolate as the chocolate syrupy flvour that blends with the milk.
At least a week of steep for everything to blend together and from 2-4 weeks and on it only gets better.
I have finally done it. I started DIY 5 years ago and have been trying and trying to create the perfect cookie dough ice cream.
Here it is!!
I have to thank, and give an honourable mention to ID10T for his superb recipe Longing. This gave me the perfect Vanilla Ice Cream. Honeysuckle really does work its magic in this recipe.
Also Wayne Walker, for his more recent attempt of a cookie dough, utilising Flavorah Cookie.
I use TPA VBIC, FA Cream Fresh and TPA Honeysuckle to create a fine ice cream base.
Then with FLV Cookie, FLV Cookie Dough, VT Devon Cream, INW Shisha Vanilla and FW Hazelnut I create a fantastic cookie dough base.
I tried the recipe with just Ethyl Maltol but it lacked the sweetness you get in the cookie dough ice cream.
I then tried it with just Super Sweet, but some bakery notes were lost.
With a small combination of the two, the perfect balance was found.
Do try and give the recipe a good 5 days for all the flavours to combine together and settle.
If you do mix it up, let me know your thoughts below :)
After a few iterations and some simplification another milkshake arose from the steep box. Sweet, simple, tinge of chocolate drizzle on a strawberry shake with lumps of heavy shortcake in it. Enjoy!
It's pretty straight forward. FW Yellow Cake is the perfect fit for a heavy, yet sweet cake, CAP sweet straw to match a strawberry syrup flavor, INW choco for that hint of chocolate syrup and Molinberry milkshake to give it body. I almost put some VBIC in or some cream, but with the cake it doesn't really need it. Feel free to add to this as you wish, :D
14 day steep for it to really settle in and sweeten up.