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FINALLY! I have made 8 or 9 different versions of this recipe and this one finally nailed it! This is awesome as a shake and vape. Not sure what time will do to it since I just mixed it about 4 hours ago, but right now it is awesome!
Think of a warm soft pretzel, dipped in butter, and then dipped in cinnamon sugar. That is what I was going for and it is really good.
Let me break it down....................................
The Baked Cinnamon Roll (LB), Rich Cinnamon (FLV), and Pretzel Dough (WF) are the main base for this recipe.
The Toasted Marshmallow (TFA), Caramel (Salted) (FW), and Butter come together to create a sweet butter taste.
The Brown Sugar was added for a hint of dark sweetness as well as a great supporting flavor for the cinnamon.
I only added 0.25% Super Sweet (CAP). However, you may want to add more or less depending on your preference.
PLEASE NOTE: I mixed my Rich Cinnamon at 10% in PG and then used it at 0.50% in this recipe. So the REAL percentage is 0.05%. So if you get Rich Cinnamon I would suggest doing what I did and dilute it down because that stuff is SUPER STRONG!
All together this just works wonderfully. PLEASE PLEASE Comment if you try this. I would love to hear everyone's thoughts on this treat.
HAPPY VAPING EVERYONE!
Banana and nut mixed in with cookie! How can that be anything but awesome!! So I wanted to go back and use some old school flavors and see what I could come up with and I'm pretty dang happy with the results! Using the two hazelnuts together really worked here, mixed with the butter and vanilla bean ice cream, it's just delicious! I used some Sugar cookie for the cookie note in this recipe and it all just blended together the way I wanted it!
This is a fairly easy recipe which was the result of me SFT'ing SSA Thai Pineapple, which is an absolutely fantastic pineapple, and immediately wanting it in a bakery. The MB Yellow cake was something I had stf'd and have been wanting to work with. I like it a touch better than the JF yellow cake or fj, whatever the hell they call themselves. The compote cherry fits really well into this recipe as its a light cooked cherry, but used this low its not exactly syrupy. I had originally mixed this without the TFA butter and thought it lacked butter. This is pretty tasty off the shake, but after 6-7 days it gets really good. The difference between day 5 and 6 is pretty evident, the yellow cake really comes out at this point.
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.
This, surprisingly enough, is pretty straightforward. Fluffy White Cake, Sweet Bread, and Crepe make up my big ole stack of flapjacks.
Ooo strawberry jam is great, wf Blueberry jam is great, stuck em together and it's a great forest fruit jam.
The maple Syrup trinity. Fa maple Syrup is great but make it better with tpa brown sugar (flv caramel also works great) and vta golden syrup. Not my trinity but a damn good at that.
Toss a little bit of butter in there.
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.