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My remix of ID10-T's Simple Sugar Cookie
Lowered the percentages a bit of the CAP VC and SC from the original and added a bit of cinnamon and some of that awesome TFA Banana Nut Bread to make a Banana Sugar Cookie that falls somewhere between an original sugar cookie and a banana arrowroot biscuit
Nice off the shake but fills out more after a week or 2
TFA Banana Nut Bread is a solid flavor on it's own, however I like my banana nut bread with a bit of that frosting on top. VT Carrot Cake provides buttery richness and moisture to the body as well as a sweet buttercream frosting . You don't want too much carrot cake here though, as it is quite rich and will drown out the subtleties of the banana nut bread. MB Nut Banana will add some of the awesome MB soft banana notes to counter any slight fading as well as adding some welcomed extra hazelnut.
You could play around with percentages to suit your tastes but this combo should get you there. At 12% of flavoring I found this gold enough to share as a quick and "deliberately" and carefully consolidated 3 flavor mix.
I use a single coil RDA , 0.28 Ohms 50 Watts.
A light fluffy banana nut bread filled with delectable sweet fuji apple chunks. Strange profile I know, but I love the TPA banana nut bread for a bakery base that isn't too heavy. I think it takes away a bit of sharpness from the fuji and they blend really well together.
I added the INW biscuit to add that kind of hard crunchiness you get on the edges and corners you get in a traditional banana bread.
The FA meringue really just helps mold everything together and gives the recipe a nice powder sugar/ light cream after taste.
Sticking with only four flavors that most people have was tough, but i enjoyed the challenge. I tried to go a little bit out of the box here and it think it turned out pretty well.
I add but .3 % super sweet, but it is optional.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, folkart, and ID10-T .
This recipe is our version of Banana Bread French Toast. Fresh baked banana bread, dredged, fried, and topped with cinnamon and maple syrup. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 16 https://youtu.be/qiJbgEzQl8U
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A Milk and Honey inspired remix... for old times' sake.
It's an overdone profile (graham cracker, banana and some nut flavouring) but I wanted to have another bash at remixing Milk and Honey. This one is more of a M & H inspired juice than a clone but still manages to scratch that itch.
Toasted Almond is the main nut flavour I get from M & H. Not so sure I get peanut butter, which didn't taste right when used. 1% TFA Toasted Almond provides a subtle almond background and a toasted top-note.
To my tastebuds at least, the key to M & H's profile is TFA Bananas Foster. It's creamy with subtle banana, caramel and spice notes. However, it lacks body and can get lost in a mix so was boosted with 1.25% TFA Banana Nut Bread, which adds more body and complex sweetness. This also helps it stand up to CAP Graham.Cracker V2 which would otherwise overpower everything.
1% CAP Graham Cracker 2 accents the recipe with a biscuit texture and adds holiday spice and molasses notes. It's far more complex and nuanced than CAP Graham Cracker 1 which is a plain cinnamon cracker so don't sub it out.
The hardest part in developing this recipe was finding a cream that could blend without interfering with the overall profile. However, a bit of help came from the much maligned yet overlooked, CAP VC 2. It may be unpleasant at higher percentages but at lower percentages it's an amazing blending cream which adds body without interfering with the overall flavour.
Usually M & H remixes contain Marshmallow but there's already plenty of ethyl maltol sweetness coming from the banana ingredients used. Also, whenever I did use marshmallow, it muddled up the profile.
FW Sweetener provides a necessary sucralose boost at 1%
Nice as a S&V but 3 days recommended.
Deez Banana Nutz
This is the first in a line of dessert vapes I've been working on inspired by the craze over the Country Clouds line (which I've never even tried by the way) but I happen to enjoy all of those flavor profiles. TFA BNB is obviously doing most of the heavy lifting here but to me it doesn't have enough of a banana note, and I didn't want TOO much banana that would overpower the mix. I also wanted the banana to have that creamy almost custard like texture of a real banana. I also like my BNB more on the "cake" side of things but not so much so that it tastes batter-like, hence the use of FW yellow cake (as polarizing as it may be.) One-on-One Cornbread is just an all-around EXCELLENT flavor as it's got that grainy texture you'd associate with something like this and in a mix that doesn't lend itself to an actual cornbread, there's nothing about it distinctly "corn" so I think it adds an awesome texture that pairs well with the TFA. I initially was going to go with VCV1 by CAP but opted to go with TFA instead as it's a little more buttery, less oily and less eggy. Although this recipe could benefit from a touch of egg, I wanted to keep it more on the dryer side of things.
GIVE THIS ONE TIME TO BLOOM. I like to do overnight crockpot steeps on most of my juices (just set to warm) and this recipe was pretty good off the shake, but once that Vanilla Custard settles in and the slight runt vibe of Banana Cream mellows out to a softer more realistic banana, it's pretty delicious, in my humble opinion of course.
Sweetener optional, I chose to leave it out as I like this as is. Season to taste as they say.
Hope you enjoy!