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A very creamy strawberry cheesecake type flavour. A slight more complex take on a classic strawberries and cream.
Used Strawberry Fog as a starting point http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/226322/strawberry%20fog
Sweet and smooth sweet on the in inhale, a complicated cake and cream on the exhale.
Needs about a week for the creams to come out and the profile to blend together
This is my attempt to create a cream cheese filled French toast with maple syrup.
I've had this delicious breakfast dish a few times at IHOP and other pancake houses and I wanted to see if I could recreate this profile in a vape.
The Cream Cheese.
If anyone has ever tried a profile including a cream cheese note, you know how difficult it can be. There are not a lot of just straight up cream cheese flavors to chose from. I SFTed RF Cream Cheese and I'm not sure if the vendor/rebottler sent me the right flavoring. It did not, at all, taste like cream cheese, so I went with a flavoring that while it's not a straight-up cream cheese, it still has that cream cheese icing note to it. No, I did not use LA Cream Cheese Icing. I instead went with LA Cheese Cake. To me it's similar to LA CCI but lighter on the icing note. Also, adding CAP Vanilla Custard helps to bend the LA Cheese Cake into a more believable cream cheese.
The French toast.
The French toast should have been easy enough, 4-5% RF French toast and done! But I was getting a medicine note from it and so I decided to build my own French toast. CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl at 1% and WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough SC at 2% seems to be well balanced to mimic the fried bread and cinnamon while the CAP Vanilla Custard at 1.5% adds the eggy part of the French toast.
What can I say, FA Maple Syrup at 1% just works here. I also added .5% CAP Super Sweet to bolster the FA Maple Syrup.
I do not suggest vaping this right away. It needs at least a 5 day steep to let the LA Cheese Cake and CAP Vanilla Custard settle in. The CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl also needs that time to calm down a bit.
Please comment, mix, and or rate,....it makes us all better mixers. Enjoy :)
A yummy layered flavour profile.
Very much what it says on the box:
light Oranges, cheesecake, biscuits and cream.
Originally adapted from a custard stone found on ELR, with the profile tweaked, and subtle oranges flavour on the inhale.
Give it 4-7 days steep for the cream/custard to gain some complexity.
This is my Blueberry pudding!!!! Thanks to Steam for opening my eyes to this blueberry combination of fw blueberry and fa bilberry. I absolutely loved Steams recipe Blue Doh its delicious. So that's where I got the blueberry now here's the pudding. The pudding is of coarse vanilla pudding flv. My new pudding secret weapon is LA cheesecake I find that I dislike this concentrate over 2% but under 2% it adds an awesome creamy thickness to your mixes. I then added flv sweet cream and vanilla bean as my vanilla cream if you will lol. The vanilla bean also helps make the LA cheesecake more creamy and less cheesy. Sweetener feel free to use or not use whatever your personal preference is my personal favorite is flv sweetness but I don't like my mixes crazy sweet I just find .25% of sweetness to be perfect for me. I found this surprisingly perfect after a shake but find it just gets richer and richer everyday you let it sit after 4 days it is more than ready but I am pretty sure it will be magical after a long steep. Give it a mix!!! Enjoy!!!!
This recipe was inspired by Diy or Die's live mixing. I have always really liked tfa kettle corn but until last Friday on live mixing I never thought of using it as a corn bread. Well it works and I really like it!!!!😁😁😁 So here it is my Southern Corn Bread Pudding!
Tfa Kettle Corn and capella sugar cookie and of coarse some butter I chose tfa butter. This creates a delicious buttery corn bread.
I used flavorah vanilla pudding and LA cheesecake and a little holy vanilla for the main pudding. I then added a little inawera creme brulee to add the caramelized/cooked feel to the mix. I used LA cheesecake because it is a more creamy cheesecake than the other options and it really seems to work in this recipe.
When this is combined it is quite magical. It will need a 5 day steep due to the uses of capella sugar cookie and LA cheesecake and inawera creme brulee but it is worth the wait. Enjoy!!!!