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Simple 1-2-3 banana custard.
I wanted a simple shake and vape banana custard for when I’m feeling lazy and don’t want to wait on a long steep.
INW Custard is amazing and doesn’t require a steep, this was an obvious choice.
VT Banana Custard adds a realistic banana while bolstering the custard base
TFA Banana Cream was used to bring the custard and banana together. By itself, Banana Cream has a nice banana pudding flavor and it brought the other two flavors together nicely.
Can definitely be a SNV, but it does get better with a few days steep
Inspired by @EdibleMalfunction’s Custard Now
This is an easy banana cheesecake with a light sprinkle of coconut.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake/FW Yogurt: All the credit here goes to DIYorDIE. He created such an amazingly simple and authentic cheesecake base, who was I not to use it.
TPA Banana Cream: This flavor doesn't lend to much to cream in my opinion, but it has one of the best banana flavors out there. I didn't want anything too nutty so this seemed like the best/only option for what I was going for.
TPA Coconut Candy: I can't imagine a banana cheesecake with out a touch, just a touch, of coconut flavor. While there are plenty of good coconut flavorings out there, I find this one lends a helping hand to the banana while also providing that smidgen of coconut flavor that I was aiming for. Subtle, as I imagined.
FA Cookie: Crust. What is a cheesecake or a pie without a crust, right? Some will argue that there are better concentrates to emulate a crust out there, but this one has a FEEL that others don't. I chose this flavoring for that reason alone. I'm glad I did.
Butterscotch Banana Cream Pie with roasted pecan bits and a thin crunchy cereal crust.
WF Butterscotch Cream Pie is a good sweet butterscotch cream filling with a slight bakery note so i accented it with cerral 27 to make a thin crunchy crust.
TPA Banana cream is one of my favourites but is not super creamy so i added TPA Whipped Cream also blends every flavouring together.
And for the pecan bits nothing better than FW Butter Pecan, adds a good roasted pecan top note, and a nice bit of butter that does really nicely for the cake profile.
My first attempt at trying something from scratch using my culinary knowledge. I'm trying to get the smoothness of caramel and banana with a biscuit base finished with a smooth fresh cream and a hint of chocolate.1 day taste is pleasing me for the caramel/banana flavourings but I'm not quite getting the fresh cream I was looking for. It tastes like a banana Twix. Im going to let this sit and I'll report back
Y'all love banana custards.
How about a legit banana cream pie??
For the base of this Pie i wanted a Graham Cracker pie crust. WF Flapper Pie makes a great base for a custard pie, at 3% it adds to the crust, custard filling and whipped topping. FW graham cracker at 3% keeps it present but not overtly so, and is an amazingly perfect graham cracker note. TPA cheesecake (graham crust) at 1.5% to fill blend the crust and custard. Tpa brown sugar at .5% was used as well to darken and sweeten the crust!
For the Banana Custard layer i went with what i had. CAP Banana has a really good artificial banana flavor and used low at 1% along with TFA Banana Cream at 3%, it makes what i think of when i think "banana pudding" as far as the banana taste goes. Artificial. FLV Vanilla Pudding at 1.5% and FA Custard Premium at 1.5% round out the filling very nicely.
FA Marshmallow Vanilla at .75% along with TPA Whipped Cream at 2% both help add to the whipped topping as well as the custard inside.
I vaped this off the shake with (1.5 cap banana 2.5 tpa banana cream) and the banana was a little sharp. Readjusted and this is vapeable after a day but gove it time and it will only bloom.
I added .75% FLV sweetener (sucralose) to this, you can add sweetener to your own descretion!
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Deep fried banana slices, butterscotch and graham cracker.
This recipe is inspired by one of my friends favourite eliquid which is Fryd Bananas.
I wanted to create one myself and not remixing the original but being close to the profile.
Deep Fried Banana Slices :
WF Deep Fried plantain is a semi cooked banana flavour with brown sugar and some spice but is a quite weak on the banana flavour and needs some more additions to be great.
But one thing i like is that after 2 weeks steep has some fried and bready tasting that is really accurate to the profile.
So to complete the Banana i added :
TPA Banana Cream as its my favourite and also adds a good amount of creamy banana sweetness.
And FA Banó to give more "freshness" to the banana mix as it is a greener kind of banana.
With this 3 we have our Sweet Banana Slices cooked in brown sugar. A bit raw a bit cooked, makes the banana closer to the real thing.
FW Butterscotch Ripple: is my go to as its creamy, easy to use.. was obvious for me to choose this one.
The original FRYED on its description says : " buttery cream" but i prefered to use CAP Golden Butter to create that Deep Fried Buttery Banana.
The spice on WF DFPlantain is a bit non descript so to make it better the profile called for FLV Rich Cinnamon which is awsame, sweet , warm, strong .. its perfect.
FW Graham Cracker: Bananas get better with graham cracker specially on the exhale, it just makes them better, and here has a double duty, making bananas better and suporting the fried, bready texture as well as giving a nice graham cracker after taste.
Yo can SNV it as its pretty tasty but its better when rich cinnamon calms down a bit after 3 days and waaay better after 10 days.
A bowl of milk and bananas with a bit of soft honey nut cheerios.
On the inhale I get a very accurate honey nut cheerios that has sat in the milk for a bit, exhale is like banana slices in a bowl of the leftover milk from aforementioned cheerios. I've vaped through a ton of this and it's my favorite dripper recipe at the moment. As my first public recipe on ATF with limited mixing experience it's by no means a work of art and I give much of the credit to @folkart
1% TFA Hazelnut combined with %1.5 FLV M&H gives a really authentic soft cheerio note to me.
3% LA Banana Cream works with TFA's offering to give a more realistic banana and bring it to the forefront.
Simple and tasty chocolate and banana cream mix.
I don't think the flavors needs much description, apart from VT Devon Cream, which has a fantastic chocolate note to it. To me it's a full-out chocolate flavor. MB Glamour Chocolate a lighter slightly milky chocolate, and it's the reason why this needs around a week of steeping, since it takes a while for that chocolate flavor to fully develop.
Sweetener is highly recommended for this mix, TFA 1% or CAP 0.5%.
WS-23 works here too, if that's your thing.