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So this is a recipe I've been playing with for the last month or so... Personally I'm not huge on many yogurt flavors I've tried in the past, they are either way to strong on the fruit and the yogurt is no existent or the fruit gets hidden behind the yogurt which who ever wants that to happen right? Well luckily for us its DIY for a reason we can create recipes that suit our needs or wants, notes are down below. Feel free to leave any feedback or general comments or let me know what you would change for your personal preference.
The Berry- FW Blueberry, in my opinion is one of the best blueberries I've tried and it always seems to pair nice with creams and bakeries so I knew this was the
one I wanted to use here because it holds up in a steep and it taste good right away so its a win win.
FA Bilberry, This is just a special flavor its powerful and such a deep flavor that it can really just lift or finish so many flavors but when used with other
blueberries or dark fruits it just seems to make them more present and up front instead of hiding in the back.
FW Blackberry, this is another similar situation where I think its just the best blackberry at least in this profile, you can tell its a blackberry it doesn't
get lost or have a off floral taste to it and when its put against the blueberry combo it holds up and lets you know its there.
The Yogurt- TFA Greek yogurt, Now this is a flavor that some people like and some people would rather go with Capella and personally I like both. I'm sure that
if you use Capella in here you will like it if its your choice of yogurts and I almost did but I decided to layer this one another one because it just has
a nicer tart flavor on the back end of it in my opinion.
Capella Greek Yogurt, AKA the other one. This was my choice at 1% to throw in and layer with the TFA Greek, the reason I did this is because while I
like the flavor and that tangy bite TFA has it can be a bit much after a while specifically if your vaping it all day and what Capella does is comes in
and smooths and rounds out the TFA just enough to knock down that tang just enough so it doesn't get annoying if you vape this all day and it
also just brings more weight and cream to the yogurt
The Extra-Fw Graham Cracker, now this I added just to give the overall recipe a little more mouth feel, weight, texture, and who doesn't love graham cracker.
This is not a must if you just want a regular fruit yogurt feel free to leave it out or sub with TFA Graham Cracker Clear. I didn't go with GGC because I
Felt it just had too much of a GC pie crust flavor which you may like and it works in alot of things but here i didn't want the confusion of is it a
yogurt? Is it a pie? WTF is it? so this one is up to you guys leave it out change it do whatever you think you will like.
Capella Super Sweet, this ones pretty obvious you can leave it out if you like or bump it up I just like my juice with a hint of sweetener in it and
it does kind of help bring everything together in my opinion.
Thanks for looking mix it up, comment, critique, do your thing. This recipe isn't perfect for everyone but I hope some of you enjoy it or use it as a reference when you decide to make a new yogurt or first yogurt even.
This is the penultimate blueberry cream vape.
A remix of Rocketman.
Our blueberry base is sweet and tart. While remaining candyish.
The cream base is brought together by HS ice cream and blooms nicely after 1 week. Though this can be SNV.
A strong non fading blueberry. Tastes reminiscent of the original Rocketman while adding much needed body.
Tpa bb wild.
This adds candy to the blueberry mix without taking it over.
Adds a nice tartness and wetness to the vape.
A great supporting cream and light pastry.
Tpa Greek yogurt.
The main body of our cream base. Lightly tart, and nicely textured.
Blends perfectly with our blueberry base.
A hint more Graham. I felt this recipe was lacking in the pastry department.
HS ice cream.
The show stopper of creams.
This adds a thick richness missing from the original while not altering the flavor.
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This is a remix of my Momma Slap Cheesecake. I took advice from other mixers to pair down my ingredients and also added a few new flavors.
LA caramel - This is used to give a slight dark buttery taste to the crust
TPA VBIC - This is used to balance out the sometimes "dirty socks" aroma that cheesecake can sometimes have and it helps round out the ruff edges of the cheesecake
CAP Vanilla Custard - This is used to add that eggy mouth fill that cheesecakes tend to have
CAP NY Cheesecake - well....base
TPA Graham Cracker - pretty self explanatory
INW Biscuit - This helps to bolster the Graham Cracker by adding texture and cookie-like flavor
TPA Greek Yogurt - I add this in small amounts to give the cheesecake a slight sourness. It seems to balance well with the JF Strawberry Sweet
TPA Lemon/Lime - You may ask yourself why? Well this adds a uniqueness that makes my cheesecake stand out among the rest by adding a slight freshness and "mouth watering" feel to it.
JF Strawberry Sweet - I like this strawberry because it gives a strawberry like syrup instead of just fresh strawberries
Best steeped for a week
Please comment or review, That's what makes all mixers better :)
I got inspiration from CheebaSteeba's recipe, Mango Lassi.
A Mango Lassi is a yogurt based mango smoothie. I worked on this for a while and I'm proud to share it.
-Creamy Yogurt (CAP)
-Greek Yogurt (TFA)
-Cream Fresh (FA)
-Philippine Mango (TFA)
-Golden Eye (NR/PUR)*
-Sweet Mango (CAP)
*Golden Eye (NR/PUR) - This is a sweet, an almost tangy mango all mixed into one. It's a great blender flavor and is very smooth. Works great to help with the top note for the mango. Love this flavor.
-If you don't have Golden Eye, mix it without it. It's still delicious. Then when your at Nic River, pickup a bottle, mix this up with it and see the magic happen.
-Lime Tahity Distilled (FA)
-EM from Sweetener (TFA)
-Vanilla Swirl (TFA)
-Honey (FA) 1 drop per 15ml (used original Flavour Art bottle)
*If you don't like honey, then omit this flavor.
MTS Vape Wizard (FA) - 1 Drop per 10ml (used an original Flavour Art bottle)
*This is not a must have but it helps the recipe.
This is my first post on ATF and wanted to make it a good one. A big thank you to Wayne for introducing me to this great art, and everyone I have learned from. I began mixing when Wayne first started his channel and love it to this day.
I mix this anywhere from 60-70 VG. All the ingredients are important in this recipe and make it work.
*Update 2/11/18 : I have tried to remix this recipe using less ingredients, numerous times, and I can't come up with one as good as this version.
Twisted Berry Blast. Ever get tired of the same old strawberries and cream? Well, I did. Here's a FA Forest Fruits twist on strawberries and cream.
CAP NY Cheesecake- Base for the whipped cream to lay on
TPA Whipped Cream- Sits on top of the NY Cheesecake to give it a fluffiness
TPA Meringue- Well....just because I like it
TPA Greek Yogurt - Adds a slight tangy aspect and fits well with the sweetness of the FA Forests Fruits
FA Forest Fruits - Well damn! It's just plan ole sweet mixed delicious
Shake n Vape
There's one word that captivates this vape: balanced. It's sweet, but not too much. It's tangy, but not too much. It has punchy, vibrant fruits and berries - not too many to overwhelm, not too few to not leave you guessing - and it's not harsh. It's really creamy, but not in the heavy cloying custard kind of way. It's also not an innovative flavor profile per se, but it's still unlike anything I've had.
This tastes more like a smoothie that's meant to be drunk than a straight up yogurt meant to be eaten. It's suuppeerrr smooth throughout the vape and really leaves me craving for another drag every time.
The yogurts and butter cream create a suprisingly thick, slightly sweet and perfectly tangy cream base which works well with the strong, dark and tart Harvest Berry, the sort of candylike Kiwi and the Blueberry Extra that bends the berry notes away from the blackcurrant in Harvest Berry and towards realistic forest fruits. EM takes away the chalkiness in the yogurt. I got the idea of using FA Kiwi in this recipe from Killberry Yogurt by MikeC / VHM, that Kiwi has got some SERIOUS secret ingredient potential going on.
Mix this. You won't regret it.
Overnight steep - optimal at 3 days. After that, I don't notice any significant changes.
This is my entry for the Mixxed contest round one from beginner blending. I wanted to go against the grain and not do a bakery recipe with the basket ingredients. I combined two yogurts and cinnamon danish swirl to create a cinnamon roll yogurt. I then added strawberry and apple and threw them in a blender with meringue for creamy sweetness (not literally!) to create a strapple cinnamon smoothie. The two fruits are upfront on the inhale and the cinnamon roll yogurt come out on the exhale. Not your conventional smoothie, but a nice sweet fall treat. Enjoy
I started this one almost a year ago and I held this back for a few months until this September because I always though it's not ready, but to hell with it. I enjoy it and my friends enjoy it.
I give you BB-8, the recipe that tries very hard to be a mango lassi and tastes like the feeling you get when you watch BB-8 roll around in The Force Awakens.
Coconut/Cream/Yogurt - Lactones/cold cream/yogurt. CAP Creamy yogurt didn't have enough tang to not be Yoplait, so Greek Yogurt is there to support. It's still not very tangy but it's not supposed to be.
Mango/Sweet Mango/Dragon Fruit - percentages from /u/bigted209's "The Mango!". I lieu of INW Mango, I tried INW Dragon Fruit and that filled the top note tropical hole which TPA and CAP mangos leave behind. Nice.
Cardamom - Gotta have that cardamom. /u/CheebaSteeba says it's overpowering even at 0.0something. Someone somewhere said that that could be because of INW Mango. If you're scared of cardamom, omit it or try at ridiculously low percentages. You? You like it at 0.25% or lower.
Sweetener (Kinda optional) - TPA Sweetener is 5% sucralose, 5% maltol, and it does fit in here, because there's nothing fruity/sugary sweet in here otherwise. CAP Sweet Mango is sweet, but it's only that over-ripe thick sweetness. You need a bit of sugar. Maltol can give a bit of jammy sweetness, which doesn't bother me but I could live without it. Can be replaced with your favorite sweetener. I'm guessing CAP Super Sweet at 0.25-0.5 would be perfect.
I like numbers.