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(TPA) Kettle Corn


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Flapper Pie Day! Sweeten to taste.
Everything is fairly straight forward except the kettle corn. I'm using kettle corn to push the peanut butter and graham crust in the flapper pie.

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so this is basically spot on clone to me tell me what you guys think in the comments i tried Shakenvape007’s although i thought it was a very close remix/clone i deff thought there was something missing and the maple syrup he used was just to harsh to of had been in country clouds corn bread pudding so i did my own clone and took his maple syrup out and used FA maple syrup witch is much smoother and taste much better and i also wasnt getting the same thickness i get from the original corn bread pudding so i used vanilla pudding and it worked very well . The cheesecake graham crust and vanilla custard and vanilla pudding all combined create a very nice think mouth feel , i added in kettle corn by TPA to give a more “sweet corn” taste because without it it kinda just feels like it’s missing something it really makes a huge difference if you wanted less sweetness use kettle corn at 0.75%. i’m using 0.75 super sweet because the original is sweet AF . feel free to go up to 1 % or go down to 0.5% or even no % still works just not as vibrant with out it .

Update after a few weeks. After a few weeks steep recipe is steeping nice. I also have another version which I will just update notes Here. You can sub out the fw butterscotch ripple, wf caramel butter and replace it with TPA butterscotch at 3% and FA Carmel at 0.75% give about 2 weeks as well. It will be more butterscotch top notes and a deeper caramel flavor. Both are good imo but that's up to you on how you want to mix the recipe 😋 enjoy.

Diy Mixers Crew attempt at Steep PopDeez. #DMC #cloningwiththecrew #popdeez

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This was based on a recipe i found on line that caught my attention and I thought lets give it a go. On the inhale you get a sweet vanilla soft cookie that transitions to a nutty, caramel popcorn, graham cracker finish. it is good at 3 days but the popcorn builds over time and comes out at 7 days . best at around 60 - 65 watts .

Feel free to add additional sweetner if you want that commercial feel - as this is a in your face commercial style mix and not meant to have alot of subtly - but the cake batter dip provides alot of sweetness that comes out over 3 - 5 days.

This was made for daytime frank Mixin in the kitchen episode n popcorn

caramel popcorn, AP and kettle Corn create the popcorn base. it tends to grow a bit. The Caramel popcorn and peanut is very light on the popcorn but has a really nice peanut finish . Kettle corn has a nice buttery sweet note that I am using here along with AP to provide more of a popcorn note. "NOTE AP is not necessary but does support the popcorn and cookie in this mix.

cake batter adds some top note sweetness and body to the mix to contrast some of the darker notes

Graham cracker and Sugar cookie creates a really nicely balanced cookie with a soft center and slightly darker baked crisp notes from the Graham cracker.

caramel toffee is a nice dark caramel note that holds up in this mix and comes though at the finish

vanilla cheesecake custard sits a bit on top and adds some vanilla top notes and needed creaminess to this mix

This is a hot YUMMY mess - and named after a phrase coined by the most fabulous @leilani

On the inhale you get a creamy sweet caramel ice cream that transitions to caramel popcorn in the middle and finishes with a toffee and graham cracker note.
Best on an RDA at 60 - 65 wattts
Made for Mixin in the kitchen popcorn episode

Butterschotch ripple and Creme Brulee create a thick creamy caramel ripple ice cream. VT creme brulee is a really nice flavor it has less burnt dark brown sugar than other brulees and leans more toward a caramel the creme is also less eggy. FW butterscotch ripple is more of an ice cream and works well here

kettle corn* AP and caramel popcorn create that cracker jack type of popcorn I wanted here . caramel popcorn is really bringing the nut notes with some darker sweetness and is light on the popcorn. The kettle corn brings more of a buttery caramel note. AP is used for more of that popcorn texture and supports the kettle corn

toffee is needed to add some depth and supports the finish in this mix along with graham cracker

A simple sweet cracker jack recipe. Using just few flavors to achieve a cracker jack type vape. Wonder Flavours Honey roasted Peanuts plays a big role in this recipe to give it that authentic Cracker Jack taste. While Tpa Kettle Corn lacks in the corn department Ap is added to give more of a corn note. Flavor West Salted Caramel is a great flavor that has 2 different roles in this recipe by adding to the kettle's sweet butter notes and wrapping itself around the peanuts to tie in the Cracker Jack experience. Ejoy!!
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Kettle corn adds that additional texture this mix needed for the rice crispy base in order to stand up to the custard and ice cream. Sesame seed candy creates some of the separation on the exhale of this mix
golden syrup adds the that sticky mouth feel that is needed for the rice crispy base
Vanilla marshmallow cheesecake and Vanilla ice cream add a rich dense creamy filling

made for Mixin Vixen
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It's starting to get a little cooler, and the leaves are starting to cover the ground, here in Tennessee.
Autumn definitely inspired me to create this recipe. The custard base used in this recipe is Fresh03's quick base using LB Vanilla Ice Cream, and Flv Vanilla Pudding. I do enjoy a good tobacco vape, but to me the Holy, Holy Grail RY4 flavoring is more of a subtle caramel, and the FA Butterscotch helps enhance that caramel note. I use TPA Kettle Corn, and Flv Popcorn for the corn notes. I don't have FA Corn, but I think these two do a decent job for a very subtle corn note.
You can enjoy this after a 7 day steep, but I recommend a full 2 weeks.

The key to this mix is the use of WF sesame candy to create that dark Kernel of a popcorn ( Thank you https://alltheflavors.com/users/StarsandClouds Pippa for that tip!!) it is exactly what was needed to add that authenticity to the mix . It really can not be subed. it is initially strong in the mix but will fade in about 3 days and settle in very nicely .

The WF caramel butter and VT salted caramel pair to create that buttery caramel note. I tried various blends or caramel, toffee and butterscotch and this was the winning combo.

TPA kettle corn and TPA sweet cereal flakes make that sweet kettle corn texture that i was looking for, without being overly dry and providing that very light corn note. ( SUBs - cereal 27 was too dark for this and added too dry of a texture. WF caramel rice crispy can also work, but I preferred the TPA sweet cereal. l Most of the other popcorn flavors are more of the movie theater popcorn butter and did not work. FLV popcorn can also work here but I preferred kettle corn) .

VT golden syrup and OOO vanilla Marshmallow are the sweet blending notes to this mix and help to had some volume and mouth feel to off set the dry notes of the popcorn and cereal

NOTE: This is pretty sweet so I did not add any sweetners but add to your taste

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I wanted to try a different approach with this recipe. I tried all the cornbread recipes I could find, and most of them are really good, but they all just remind me of a standard cream or custard vape with different corn highlights. What I really wanted was something more focused on the cornbread experience. It had to be moist and rich on the inside, slightly crumbly, with a lightly crispy crust and just a touch of sweetness to balance everything out. I borrowed elements from Jennifer Jarvis and fresh03's cornbread recipes for the framework, added Taro for more body, boosted the butter and AP to enhance the main profile, then tweaked everything until the smell and taste were just right.

Overall, I am extremely happy with this recipe. It has that craveable factor that makes you want to hit it over and over again. I found myself going through 20ml and 30ml bottles like they were samples.

I hope you enjoy my Buttered Cornbread recipe. Feel free to post any feedback you have, and if any tweaks make it better for you, please let me know.

NOTE This recipe HAS to steep for at least a week. Otherwise, the only thing you taste is Buttered Zeppola. Everything really comes together after 2-3 weeks when the Zeppola tones down and the corn starts shining through.

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