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I love trying to replicate actual desserts. This worked out to be a Nilla Wafer and I’m super stoked with it. I put a good amount of cookie in this to dry is out and replicate the actual wafer. I used TPA DX milk (not listed as a flavor on atf) instead of dairy milk, however I’m sure dairy milk would work well. I needed that powdered milk taste to pop and calm down the butter cream from cap so it comes thru very lightly. The French vanilla deluxe comes in very subtle and just ties is all together. This is a drier e juice meant to replicate the actual cookie.
There’s a lot of flavor in this. I wanted the shortbread to come thru heavy with this so I went with the inw biscuit and butter. I needed creamy but not a heavy custard profile so I went with whipped cream and elevated it with tpa milk DX (not on atf so I just had to select tpa dairy milk). I put 2 different strawberries in it to elevate each other without being too overpowering. Topped it off with some supersweet to make it a little more “commercial”
What can I say? I mean, two delicious breakfast items stacked a top one another is complete and utter heaven!
What we have here is a Donut covered in Cream Cheese Icing, and then dipped in Cinnamon Crunch Cereal... Yummo, to say the least.
Are you that person that's just got a sweet tooth, severe case of the munchies, perhaps a single bachelor with nothing but a bottle of hot sauce, an out dated carton of milk in the fridge, a box of cereal in the cabinet, and a dozen krispy kreme's hidden away in the microwave? Then simply ask yourself... What can I make!... Well to answer your question, MIX THIS UP!!
Let me break it down for ya!..
(FA) Zeppola is used as the Donut, while (TPA) VBIC is here to help fill it in.
(TPA) Whipped Cream adds some fluffiness to the Donut.
(LA) Cream Cheese Icing speaks for itself, while pairing with (TPA) Dairy Milk, lends a hand for a creamier Icing finish.
(VT) Honeycomb is here to add some subtle Honey notes, deep richness, and more texture to the Cereal topping.
Now to finish it off, we've got (TPA) Cinnamon Sugar Cookie. This is an important one, "the topping on the cake" if you will... This is used as the Crunch Cereal topping, as it obviously brings the cinnamon into play, but also provides more body to the Donut and adds that grainy sugary type texture to complete the crunchy Cereal topping.
Please give it a rating if you enjoy it!
This is definitely going to be one of my new ADV's!!
HAPPY MIXING, & HAPPY VAPING!!! ;-)
An adaption of Wayne's (DIYORDIE/ENYAWREKLAW) remix of Milk Plus by Banzai Vapors.
I simply didn't have all the correct flavours, but wanted to try something milky and similar to see if it's my cup o' tea before my next round of flavour shopping.
This is not a remix of the original Milk Plus by Banzai Vapors, I have never tried that e-liquid before, this is a remix of Waynes recipe.
Inspired by and based on: Milk Plus by Bonzai Vapors #REMIXMONTH by ENYAWREKLAW
For reference, the setup I use at the moment is an Origen Little 16mm RDA with a 5 or 6 wrap 27g Kanthal build. And I use pretty high nic.
Winning Recipe - HEAT 3 of DIYDU vs TFV - Small Pastries - Find the judging at the end of this video : https://youtu.be/4jT7KEObERo
WARNING!! FLV Rich Cinnamon is a 10% Dilution. WARNING!!
This is a collaboration recipe from : Liam, Theo, Rudi, Deetz, Daniel, Richard
Here is a little secret, if a South African ever makes you a Milk Tart - you immediately know that you did something super amazing or special for them. So it would come as no surprise why we are putting this recipe in-front of the judges for the final heat. To thank them for all the effort they put into the judging to make this whole Mix-Off a reality. Thanks guys!
As dangerous as a South African might sound behind the oven, when it comes to Milk Tart - it is at the very centre of the South African culture. We know exactly what a Original Milk Tart should taste like, and in this challenge we wanted to showcase this awesome local delicacy - and how team work done correctly, can really pay off in authenticity.
Good ol' melktert the Afrikaans name for 'milk tart'; the classic, South African dessert consisting of a sweet pastry crust, filled with a mild, creamy custard of milk, flour, sugar and eggs, baked in a round pie tin and dusted with cinnamon after baking.
This sweet pastry is omnipresent in South Africa; it appears at every church bazaar, bake sale, home industry, supermarket, or bakery, and has surely featured on every South African food blogger's blog - and even on International Chef Sensation Jamie Oliver's Instagram.
Milk Tart Casing Layer
Considering the flavour house limitation in this round - we decided to use FA Cookie + CAP Golden butter to create a soft buttery pastry, that would allow a delicate creamy custard filling to shine without bullying it.
Milk Tart Filling Layer
This was not an easy filling to create, we really needed to work together as a team to find the correct balance and ingredients for this filling. FA Custard Premium was unanimously chosen to add the buttery custard notes, without bringing a hard vanilla note. FLV Cream & TFA Dairy Cream were used together to add a bit more depth to the custard, and help sell that thick creamy dairy note that a classic Milk Tart would have. We used FA Meringue for its delicious eggy notes - and used it low, to make this recipe Ultra Realistic.
Cinnamon Dust Layer
We used FLV Rich Cinnamon in a PG dilution (10%) as our spice note - like any good Milk Tart, its dusted off with a fine cinnamon - just enough to showcase that classic cream & cinnamon pairing.
The FLV Rich Cinnamon Dilution
1ml FLV Rich Cinnamon = 1.00g
9ml PG = 9.33g
We spoke about it in this video: https://youtu.be/jF_6rVlT9wo
This is a realistic full cream milk layer, you can vape this on its own - but it really screams for a top note, I would say good options are:
JF Sweet Strawberry 2%
INW Strawberry Shisha 2%
TFA Banana Cream 2.5%
HS Chocolate Cream 1.5 + CAP Double Chocolate V2 0.75%
Don't be afraid to add a little sweetener, as most flavoured milk has some sweetener in it.
FLV Milk & Honey - nice full milk flavour, has a darker sweetness to it
CAP Sweet Cream - There is a cheesyness to it that I am currently addicted to, it helps fill out the middle notes of the layer
TFA Dairy Milk - This adds depth to the whole layer, it also ads a prominent dairy note to the mix.