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A profile I've been working on since I started DIYing . . . blueberry oatmeal cookie. This has a lot of layering trying to get to that oatmeal cookie, and this is as close as I've come to hitting it.
The blueberry itself is a combo of FW Blueberry, WF Blueberry Jam, and FLV Jammy Berry . . . going for that close to cooked, jammed-up blueberry rather than ripe blueberry.
The cookie is the real beast here. The star of the show being, in my opinion, JF Cookie V2. It is, hands down, my favorite cookie. There are a lot of other moving parts here layered atop one another trying to reach oatmeal cookie heaven. 0.25% FLV Granola still shines through without dominating the mix like a higher percentage would . . . that stuff is a bully in a mix.
I know these overly-complex recipes are not everyone's cup of tea . . . but this has been such a long-sought-after pursuit. I felt compelled to share it. If you mix it, I hope you enjoy it!
Made for Fresh03 Saturday show - we were challenged to make a "Fair - ified" mix and use more then 5 flavors to create a profile (as a tribute to the juice fairy Jennifer Winstead) . I went after a little Debbie's oatmeal cream pie mix with some raisins and light cinnamon . https://youtu.be/2YQHvHRczNs
This was tested at 60 watts on a reaload S - off the shake it is a full body, sweet cream vanilla mix with some light oat notes on the back - as this steeps the bakery notes, and raisin notes will come forward a bit more and fill out
for the cream I wanted that super sweet make your teeth hurt cream filling So FLV frosting, and WF gooeey marshmallow work perfect for that - along with cream filling ad vanilla cream extra for some additional body
Sadly there really is not a solid oatmeal flavor that I have come across - but the combination of oatmeal cookie RF and Oats and cream does have an oat note on the finish The body of the cookie needed to be filled out so Sugar cookie , FA cookie support the body
Baker touch adds some body along with some cinnamon and brown sugar notes
Red dates is a brighter then a cooked raisin so the addition of fig helps to darken it a bit - along with some molasses
A simplified version of this could be achieved with RF Oatmeal cookie, WF Oats and cream, WF buttercream frosting, CAP sugar cookie and LB bakers touch
What I think to be a delicious vape. This is creamy peanut butter cream filling sandwiched between two oatmeal cookies. On the inhale you get oatmeal cookies and on the exhale you get a delicious peanut butter cream filling. I personally love it on a shake but it best after a few days of steeping.
I've never had Yig, or even smelled it;
I have however enjoyed the stuff from Mr Green that I've purchased. The description on their website sounded good, so I made something with that as inspiration. I have a friend that vapes retail, and has had Yig, who will be my test subject. This is just my first attempt.
I have never had a blackcurrant, nor have I made an oatmeal cookie vape. This is purely experimental. Having RF stuff and Cap V1, I plan at least a week long steep before I try it.
Mix at: 70VG/30PG
Steep Time: 10-14 days
This is an oatmeal biscuit/cookie with black raspberry frosting on top. I fell in love with making something Oatmeal-flavored when I first tried Foo's Gold from the Plumes of Hazard. My first attempt was with TFA Oatmeal cookie and it was just awful, it tasted like burnt brown sugar and nothing else. I tried saving it by masking it with other flavors but that burnt taste stayed the same. I gave up on it for a long while, but after seeing a post on reddit of a guy making an inspired clone for foo's gold which used RF's Oatmeal Cookie I gave it a crack. The result was a great full-bodied Oatmeal flavor with some brown sugar as well. Single flavor tests were really promising but I made the mistake of getting the VG flavor. If you only have the VG flavor, you will need to use at least 8% and, at minimum, double the steep time of this (3-4 weeks total). The Super Concentrate was a life saver by having the same great flavor but cutting the steep time in half. On to the notes!
The Cookie - JF Bicuit and RF Oatmeal Cookie make up the biscuit/cookie part of the recipe. RF Oatmeal cookie is a great standalone but it lacks the full cookie flavor I was going for, JF Biscuit brings out more of the baked cookie with a hint of biscuit and backs up RF Oatmeal Cookie well. Keep in mind this is the super concentrate, not the VG-based flavor. If you use the VG-based flavor, you will need to use 8% to replace it.
Raspberry for the frosting - I've tried so many raspberries for this recipe. TFA Raspberry Sweet, INW Raspberry, and many others. All of them would start tasting like cough syrup after a while. So I sought inspiration from Real Flavors SC's again since I had good luck with them so far. RF's Black Raspberry Super Concentrate turned out to be a great choice as it's less tart then a normal raspberry.
Frosting - Though I do like LA Cream Cheese Icing, I wanted to find an icing that I knew I already enjoyed and I felt was a more full-bodied, almost store bought frosting. I had been mixing Goldfish18's Dunkaroos for a while and knew his frosting base would be a great for this (Meringue, Holy Vanilla, and Vanilla Custard V1). I slightly boosted it to help it keep up with the Oatmeal Cookie. If you haven't given Dunkaroos a try here's the link below for proper credit to his frosting greatness.
Link to Dunkaroos: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/11276#dunkaroos_by_goldfish18
UPDATE: Goldfish' frosting base also uses 1% FW Hazelnut. I've done some test batches with it and the malt note it adds is nice but overwhelms it a little. I would suggest starting at 0.5% and working your way up til you dig it. After personal testing 0.75% Hazelnut works for me, so I'm updating the recipe as such.
Enjoy some Ruby's Oatz with a cup of coffee in the morning and you can't go wrong! I hope you all enjoy this as much as I have.