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a recipe based on what I thought might be nice really, I set out to make blueberry waffles but thought a little bit of this and a touch of that with drop of dappy goodness turned out really nice in my humble opinion.
The blueberry juicy ripe FA is the star of the show its dark and decadent tones setting up nice with blueberry FW.
Delicious, syrupy, buttery, blueberry waffles
LB and MB Belgian waffles form the base of the waffle and pair quite well together. I find LB Belgian can get lost in a mix pretty quickly so the MB backs it up and pushes it through the other flavors. The INW YC is a discontinued flavor as I'm sure you all know, so it can be omitted (or you can use Sasami Waffle dough at the same percentage) and just crisps up the waffle and adds a bit of a toasted note.
FW Blueberry and FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe pair quite well together giving a sweet vibrant jammy blueberry that goes great with the waffle. I initially tried this with FA Bilberry and it didn't pack the same punch.
As for the syrup and butter, well I didnt want a maple note here so I opted for the VT Golden Syrup instead of FA Maple and it works nicely. It sweetens the mix, and you get a nice syrupy taste on the exhale. FA Butter, the king of butters, does its job quite nicely at half a percent and leaves a thick, lingering, buttery note across the waffle.
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Going for a old fashioned Waffle House waffle with a big scoop of fluffy churned butter and a smothered with Butter Pecan Syrup.
My friends on Discord recommended LB Belgian Waffle backed up with SSA Crisp Waffle for the main waffle note. I added Cap Cereal 27 and Cap Sugar Cookie to add extra flavor to the waffle. For the fluffy butter I figured FW Butter Cream with VTA Butter Base would give me that creamy-fluffy butter note. For the butter pecan syrup I'm using FW Butter Pecan with VTA Golden Syrup. I didn't use maple syrup because I didn't want the maple syrup to overpower the Butter Pecan. And with the Maple notes in the waffles it may have done just that.
I decided to try my hand at a blueberry waffle after being inspired by @Deftohms' Blueberry Eggo recipe. (Check it out. It's a great recipe by a great mixer!) For some strange reason, I get a clear coffee note from SSA Crisp Waffle, even though I hear it works wonders with LB. Because of that, I needed to try another combo for the waffle.
I settled on LB Belgian Waffle + JF Churro.
JF Churro is there at 1% just to give some crispiness to the edges. Initially, I get a faint cinnamon sugar, but it fades out with the steep.
I guess you can say FLV Blueberry Muffin is part of the waffle base too, because it's used here to make this a clearly baked in blueberry, not just a waffle topped with blueberries. This flavor does really well at giving off that cooked blueberry vibe.
The rest of the recipe is pretty self-explanatory. VT Butter Base, because ... It's a waffle. What monster doesn't put butter on waffles?! VT Blueberry Jam because baked in blueberry isn't enough. OOO Whipped Cream because why not?
Sweeten at your own discretion, but I think FW is the best sweetener to use in this instance.
Please feel free to leave any feedback at all, good or bad! Thanks! 😊
Steep at least a week. It's not horrible off the shake, but it gets a lot better with age.
Another mind vision has shown me the way. . . . the way to a Brown Sugar Sesame Waffle! Huzzah!
The combo of Crisp Waffle and Belgian Waffle make a perfect waffle on my palate. Totally borrowed this combo from Deftohms.
The Sesame Candy and Sesame Sweets add a great sesame layer to complement the LB Belgian Waffle.
Finish up with some Brown Sugar and Caramel for a little depth and dark caramel layer.
Top off with Super Sweet and I freakin' love this. Light waffle sweetness and sesame finish.
This is a remix/clone of a premium e juice called Eggoh Man from Liquid Labs. I believe its not in production anymore, but I remember that stuff being really damn good. My only gripe was how much sweetener they used. So my challenge was to make the same profile with different flavors and less sweetener (they definitely didnt use SSA) and it turned out to actually taste the same but with more nuances, and just as sweet as it needs to be. Very effortlessly too, this recipe kind of just fell together.
LB Belgian Waffle: The base for the waffle, provides a nice combo of butter/maple but lacks on some of the texture. It's also kind of a background flavor and I wanted that waffle right in the front. But on a week steep, this stuff is delicious.
SSA Crisp Waffle: Literally what INW waffle wishes it was. It's identical in terms of profile, but way more refined imo. If making this recipe without the fruit, lower this to .7%, take out butter base, and add 1% FA Custard Premium.
FW Blueberry: My favorite blueberry, I think they may have used TFA Blueberry extra, I just like this stuff more. Both should work fine.
VT Butter Base: The belgian waffle provides butter but takes about a week for that butter to come out. I also just wanted more butter on my waffles.
FA Maple Syrup: I wanted more maple syrup, this is good at that.
Between that and butter base you're probably wondering why I didnt just go up on Belgian Waffle. So am I. But it's delicious, so I have to go with faith over practicality here. Plus Butter Base.
TFA Strawberry Ripe: The original had strawberry but I remember barely being able to taste it. So heres 1% strawberry ripe, because you can barely taste it.
PUR Super Sweet: What Cap wishes they made. If you're tired of your coils and cotton turning black after 2 days of SS at .5%, then this is for you. If you only have cap it'll do the same thing to the recipe, just sub at same percentage.
LB Vanilla Ice Cream: The recipe called for ice cream, I love this stuff.
Steep for at least 5 days for the SSA waffle to calm down and for the LB Belgian Waffle to wake up. Its very good in the shake though.
So yeah, this surprised me and I hope it surprises you too. If you give this a mix, whether you like it or hate it, I'd appreciate any and all feedback.
PLEASE be sure to check out Groceryboyjr's waffle recipe using the LB+SSA Waffle base. In my opinion it is one of if not the most authentic waffle recipes I've ever tried, with a delicious twist. This is one I can honestly vape more than this blueberry haha. https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/211037#brownsugarsesamewafflebygroceryboy_jr Give this man a follow
The goal here is to emulate a thick bready peach cobbler using only LB flavors. I feel I'm on the right track but I feel like something is missing. That being said, this mix is in my daily rotation and enjoyed by friends and family. I hope you enjoy and feel free to leave any suggestions if you have any.
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.