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Seemed like a good day to drop this recipe. My humble attempt at recreating the blueberry marshmallow breakfast cereal. I think it comes pretty close.
This is my finalized version of the DIY Mixer's Crew FB Group Cereal Challenge. Few tweaks from what I posted there, it had to be finished.
Cereals: Berry crunch main note, LL cereal for the AP & marshmallows. see subs WF marshmallow (candy) for a little more fake marshmallow flavor. Fw bb to turn it into a boo berry type.
My one other thought on this that I've got on paper but not mixed yet just uses tpa crunch cereal & blueberry. If you get too much mixed berry you could probably sub that at about 2%. Lmk how it is if you do, I'm cerealed out for now.
Milk: flv smoothie base for it's lemon tint to boost the blueberry & creaminess. Fa milk because it's the shit.
Dash of sweetener because it is a sweet cereal.
Steep: Give 5-7 days for milk to do it's thing & meld with Smoothie Base. Like most things a week+ will give a better representation of what I was going for. Should be a nice blueberry heavy berry cereal w\marshmallows.
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Subs\additions: I'm sure your favorite milk combo would work in place of the smoothie base\fa milk combo. Would advise adding a little lemon though to make up for the lack of smoothie base to stay closer to original. I highly recommend this flavor though.
Tpa crunch cereal @ 2% instead of berry crunch if you hate it.
The wf marshmallow candy isn't a deal breaker in my eyes for this recipe to work, just helps to sell the marshmallow. Could probably be subbed (nothing real & not tpa. Also remember what's in lucky leprechaun to start) or omitted.
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vg/pg and i don’t believe they use much concentrate So i did the clone at A 60/40 vg/pg , if you would like it the way they do it go ahead and do it at 80/20 vg/pg They also use Salt nic at LOW MG i use any where from 1-8 Salt nic for SUB OHM USE . They have options going any where from 3-12 mg salt nic , But i have never gone over 8 mg salts for SUB OHM use .
This is my 1st recipe, so feel free to leave your opinions, suggestions, or shit all over it. I just wanted a sweet marshmallow that wasn't subtle. I have issues with taste, thanks to sinus problems.
Toasted marshmallow has a great flavor with a nice burnt sugar note
LL cereal offers added marshmallow-ness, and keeps the recipe on the drier side. The cereal note takes a backseat.
Meringue gives the mix a light, sugary, fluffiness.
Cotton candy adds that spun, sugar sweetness.
Sugar cookie holds it all together and beefs up the vanilla, frosty goodness
Vanilla swirl coats everything in cream while lifting the vanilla.
And all of this may be complete nonsense, but when I have a craving for something sweet and fluffy, this satisfies.
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Enjoy chasing the Lepershawn!
The Irish make it queer without me having to look too far. Enjoy the pistachio, the lucky marshmallow, and the butter rainbow cookie all at once!
To be fair, this thing is a monster, but I'll try to explain the idea. I know it looks like I through a lot of stuff together and got fairyfied, but there's a logic to the madness.
FA Marshmallow/FA Meringue/ TPA Lucky Leprechaun = That your marshmallow fluff. FA Marshmallow is my favorite marshmallow and I also find that it fades the least. TPA lucky Leprechaun is a marshmallow cereal and I think the dryness of it works well to support the pistachio and sobber up the cookie.
WF Almond Cookie/TPA Pistachio/FLV Pudding = that's your pistachio pudding, and if you want this thing to taste like pistachio, don't hesitate to go nuts! WF Almond Cookie also supports the rainbow cookie deal in this mess.
CAP Sugar Cookie/CAP Buttercream = That's your rainbow buttery cookie that liaise decently with the pudding and the marshmallow.
And there you have it, my March madness. Oh and steep it, it's absolutely weird on the shake.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
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I am a big fan of Cereal mixes and I really like TPA Sweet Cereal Flakes. I hadn't made a mix with it in a while but I wanted to do something a little different with it and it still be Cereal. Now they have made all the old timer cereals like Frosted Flakes, Fruity Pebbles. Froot Loops with Lucky Charm type Marshmallows. So I thought I would give that cereal profile a go.
I don't mix with high % anymore and haven't for some time now so even flavors like TPA, FW that general need higher %'s I use much lower than most. But for me it works out great, I can still taste each flavor as good if not better than when I mixed much much higher. If you are someone who has trouble tasting at lower % then feel free to up them to your liking just stay at the same ratios. But I urge you to try this mix as is first before changing it and going higher in %'s.
I wanted the SCF to be the star of the show so it is at the highest % here. I used WF Cashew in place of AP. It really does compliment the SCF so well and does something lovely to it IMO.
TPA LLC is behind SCF not only for a bit more of the cereal grain taste but also for the Hard Cereal Marshmallow taste. It is a weaker flavoring but at 2% here it works great. I used DIYFS Pillow Talk pretty low because I didn't want it to take over with a gooey type Marshmallow. At this % it helps bring that Crunchy Marshmallow in the LLC out from the cereals a little more. And of course the OOO Cream, FA Cream Fresh and FA Meringue make the sugary sweet milk our cereal floats in.
I gave this a quick hot bath uncapped and then steeped for 3 days and on day 3 it was DELICIOUS, it is exactly what I was shooting for. It is very much vapeable after 3 days but if allowed to steep a full 7-10 days the Cream/Milk comes through a bit more and the cereal actually becomes kinda like when you let your cereal sit in the milk just long enough for it to start to get a bit soft but still has a crunch to it.. I don't know how to explain it in Vape terms but that is what it becomes after a longer steep. 3 or 10 days it is a great cereal mix IMHO.
Give it a mix and let me know what you think.. Happy Mixing...
Strawberry cereal Donut Vape..The original Juice is Amazing..I think this is better...#GhostRider1983 from ELR had some of this mix worked out I tweaked it some and I think this is pretty close to the original..after a few days It will take on a mind of it's own and A nice yellow too!!!
GhostRider1983 recipes found here