Used in 2639 recipes at an average of 0.691%.
Samuel Thierstein you fucking asked for it...
Major Filth relaxed at last. He'd been in space with Colin his co pilot for six days and he'd been incredibly tense the whole time. Something had shifted in his psyche, it may have been the fact that he'd been able to hit a deep sleep for the first time the previous night, or it may have been the three skin space reefer Colin had convinced him to share, but he definitely felt more at ease. His trademark white spectacles pinched his nose and he removed them momentarily and giggled as they floated before him. Colin sidled up behind him and poked a finger through his flesh tunnel. Filth spun around angrily and was taken aback to see Colin wielding a tube of KY jelly and a hopeful look on his face...
;) Thanks Dean
A fluffy Pancake spread with Butter and mixed Berry Jam, melted under delectably sticky Maple Syrup.
1-2 weeks for the cake to come through and the syrup to soak into it. Very delicious.
I really wanted something close to those soft little buttery cookies my mom makes for Christmas each year with a dollop of raspberry jam in the middle of each cookie then baked, they are great but I wanted it with strawberry instead of raspberry. So I came up with this recipe to scratch that itch when I can't have the real thing. It has quickly become part of my regular rotation of flavors that I ADV. It is fairly close and accurate to what I remember the cookies themselves tasting like.
TFA Butter: ....Because butter. It's my favorite butter next to VT Butter base and if you're going to make these cookies, you need butter. And this certainly provides that.
Cookie Butter: This is a great flavor and just works great with all bakeries, but especially cookies. At the recommendation of Fresh03, I put this with almost any bakery of cookie I am making. It is just great. It also adds some buttery aspect to this mix because I remember these cookies being very soft and buttery so the more butter the better.
JF Cookie/CAP Sugar Cookie: Equal parts of my favorite two cookie bases make an exceptional base for any cookie, really. But especially a straight up blonde sugar cookie. I love this combination and I first saw it used in Golden Oreo Pudding by DeeJayMills and it really is a good combo.
Graham Cracker Clear: Basically this exists in the mix just to accentuate the cookie base. This recipe works for me kind of like cookie butter, but for crusts and cookies as a "dryness" instead of butter. So basically I put it in everything where some kind of bakery crust is present as well.
Shisha Vanilla: A bright vanilla note that this kind of soft buttery cookie benefits from. I also remember these cookies having that vanilla note in the outer crust where there wasn't any jam.
Strawberry Jam: This was a no brainer. This is my favorite jam and certainly my favorite strawberry jam. So it was an obvious choice, and at 3% it's high enough to be the main note without being too buttery.
Strawberry (baked): This is present to act as the finished "crust" or baked top of the dollop of jam in the middle of the cookie. And seriously, this stuff is great. If you don't own any, go get some. It's the only flavor like it, it's definitely one of a kind.
Congratulations Australia! When people come together they can get things done. This is a throw you you guys! A nice and simple vape based of a nice and simple snack. White bread with some butter and sugar sprinkles. Sweeten to taste. I will say I have not tried this, but I have Sprinkles on order right now so I will try it. This is more of a theorycraft mix.
Results of the 6/13 LIVE mixing, hosted via the Beginners DIY vape group on Facebook.
Come check us out, whether you are new to DIY or an old dog in the game, come share your thoughts and help others out there kick the stinkies and learn to create a healthier and more fun alternative!
Lets break this one down:
VT Jam It : I have a love hate relationship with this flavor. The jam effect is pretty on point in my opinion, however, it has a very citrus like top note to it, and almost an apricot taste and aroma. This makes it slightly difficult per se to pair with other fruit flavors when making a really convincing jam. However, if youre like me, you spread butter AND jam on your toast, and when you pair that with strawberry jam, it almost gives it that light citrus kind of flavor that I get from VT Jam It. Check this flavor out if you dont have it, its pretty fun to mess with.
WF Croissant - This one is an interesting one. WF is probably my favorite flavor company right now, and thats not because im a Canadian. I actually love the way this one tastes, and after a week to two week steep, it tastes like those oily buttery flaky croissants you get by the dozen at the supermarket. This isnt the "jam monster" toast taste that you might be hoping/expecting, however, give it a try. I find it to be a really nice almost 'lite' version of the commercial juice but with a unique twist to it.
TPA Butter - what can I say, its fuckin butter. Tastes like butter. Dont use too much or youll be drinkin butter. Butter butter butter.
Chemnovatic Strawberry - Im still on the fence about Chemnovatic. Their Lemon Cream Wafer is out of this world amazing, so I had to order their whole lineup. Chemnovatic Strawberry is nice and flavorful but not too dense. Lacking a bit in mouth feel but I dont want to press it higher and get a candied strawberry taste, so thats where FA Juicy Strawberry comes into play.
FA Juicy Strawberry - helps give some body to the red touch and make it an overall nice strawberry jam. Helps overpower the citrus notes of Jam It.
You can essentially swap out the strawberry flavorings for any fruits that you wish. Thats the beauty of Jam It and this recipe. Go ahead and try it and feel free to let me know what you think. I wouldnt go too high on the fruits, and be careful, as some dont pair too well with butter.
adjust sweetener to taste. Going for that dirty dangles commercial sweet here with 1% SS.
RUG_ly's RandoMixing Ep. 002: Bulletproof Coffee: What could possibly go wrong?
Making recipes from randomly selected ingredients.
watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWkrBdrcJZI&t=36s
CAP Sugar Cookie is the star of the show here. The buttery yet soft cookie provides the perfect base to this cookie.
JF Cookie helps shape it and provide the realistic crunchy edges and golden flavor that a fresh baked cookies have.
TFA Butter is used just low enough to provide a buttery note that is present in a fresh sugar cookie or even snickerdoodle.
CAP Cinnamon Sugar and FLV Rich Cinnamon provide the spice backnotes to a true spice dusted sugar cookie
FLV Vanilla Custard helps provide the right amount of body while thickening the mix to provide a dense slighhtly saturated mouthfeel that you get when eating a sugar cookie.
CAP Super Sweet at 0.25% to 0.5% is crutial here to provide the sweetness you get while eating cookies especially one as sweet as a sugar cookie. I like it at 0.25% however
SUBS: If you don't have FLV Vanilla Custard you can use CAP Vanilla Custard at 1%,
This has been a very long-standing creation. I based this recipe around O’s Cookie. It’s a lighter chocolate taste that lacks most of the “alcohol-like” flavor that most chocolates give you. I added cookie to elevate the “cookie” aspect of this recipe. The combo of butter and vanilla made for the cream center. Joy turned it fried! You need time, a lot of it, 30-60 day steep, but WELL worth it. Definitely not a SNV recipe.
Nice airy, yet rich, raspberry danish. The zeppola and pie crust combine to make that perfect dough part of the danish. I used the cookie to dry the dough out a touch and add some baked in sweetness. The butter adds a little salt profile to heighten the raspberry in the custard to make the raspberry filling for the danish.
This is the Majesty Reserve offering of a strawberry custard accentuated by a shortbread/biscuit crumble. I’ve had many strawberry custards over my years of vaping and finally mixed one that suited my need for an ADV strawberry custard.
Named after one of my favorite (and admittedly deranged) historical figures, Countess Elizabeth Bathory.