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my first corn bread pudding recipe is definitely good and taste very similar to the real one after a good steep but the new 2.0 is A bit more spot on i feel they definitely aren’t using OOO corn bread even tho it is a very good ingredient to use . and I also felt that they were using a lot of cheesecake graham crust . So 3.5% seemed right and with a little vanilla pudding to thicken it up . I stayed away from the custard this time as Wayne said the custard are used to last time seemed a little oily . i put 1% AP this time instead of 0.75% since I’m not using OOO corn bread this time to give it a bit more “corn” flavor and using kettle corn at 3% with that makes a perfect corn taste . i’m also using TPA Maple syrup instead of FA this time just to switch it up i’m not sure which one they’re actually using to be honest . you can use FA as a sub witch is in my original clone . And last but not least i’m using Flavor west yellow cake to give it some bready-ness . And at 1.5% it seemed just right . You can use super sweet all the way up to 1% , I like mine any where from 0.5% to 0.75% . I am planning on posting my blueberry version also in this form too . i will also be making a strawberry one for both clones 1.0 and 2.0.
I wanted to capture as much of a peaceful morning as I could in one go. Coffee, some sweet tobacco, something just a little nutty, and enough maple to really hammer home the morning time nature of the whole endeavor.
VT Caffe Latte is impressively functional for coffee to start, and doesn't need a whole lot of help there. It doesn't read as though there's as much milk here as a Latte would imply, but that's perfectly alright in this instance.
FLV Tatanka and FLV Red Burley are an unreasonably complementary pairing in my opinion. The sort of well rounded tobacco base you can build in a lot of different directions. it's a little sweet and has enough body to it that it doesn't get buried in everything else going on here.
TFA Pralines and Cream is adding some nuttiness, some body, and a little more sweetness
TFA Maple syrup is the icing on the cake here to me. It is just the concentrated flavor of the major brand "maple flavored syrup"s, the little bit here goes a long way to make sure this mix doesn't get mired in the coffee and tobacco's lack of sweetness and adds just enough maple to come through and make things a little more interesting.
Its fluffy, its good, try it yourself :)
CAP Sweet Strawberry and TPA Strawberry Ripe - one of my favourite strawberries combo
FW Yellow Cake, TPA Sweet Cream, TPA Vanilla Cupcake - this gives you nice, vanilla, fluffy pancakes, not too sweet. Just right.
THE SWEET FINISH
Of course you can't forget about melted butter and maple syrup on your breakfast pancakes - CAP Golden Butter and TPA Maple Syrup are just perfect for the job.
Recipe high in DAAP, but that gives it that flavour oomph :)
Steep atleast a week for a nice balance of flavours, feel free to adapt this to your taste buds :)
A classic cronut vape topped with maple glaze. Enjoy.
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This was created by CountryLivin. I did not create this recipe. Only posting for ease of sharing with fellow mixer.
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I liked the original, but it seemed a bit flat. Took out Shisha Vanilla, added a little biscuit to try to get some breadiness since the LB BW is lacking, and added some FLV PB to prop up the TPA. The avocado actually works well in here, adding a bit of nuttiness, but none of the green. Might add some sweetener the next time, or just take up the Maple Syrup. I vape this off of the shake, but due to the LB, a little steep time helps.