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This was made for mixin in the kitchen show the red white and blue challenge
RED - apple/ cran creates the top notes in this and adds some brightness and tartness to the darker sweet notes here
Blue - blueberry jam is a sweet sticky thick type of blueberry which really works with the darker notes for butterscotch and caramel. and hold the middle of this mix I used FW for more of a creamy buttery profile note rather then the candy type of butterscotch
White - vanilla marshmallow is present on the exhale and adds a nice vanilla note . WF caramel rice treats I felt needed a bit of a boost so added the rice crunches but could sub out cereal 27 around 2.5 for more texture
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RUBBLE ROCK + LUCKY CHARMS MARSHMALLOW = No Apologies
I have No Apologies for my use of so many flavors because I like it!!! Who knows you may too!!! Oh and i think i nailed the profile. Let me know whether you think i did?? I took my Rubble Rock and some of id10ts lucky charms marshmallows and here it is a fruity pebbles with marshmallows in milk. It doesnt get much better than that.. I am sharing this recipe after a 1 week steep but i haven't been able to put it down since day 3 i really like it. You may want to boost the fruits depending on how long you want to steep this recipe. By boost i mean .25% for lemon meringue pie, blueberry, and mandarin but i havent needed to boost them myself but i do know from mixing rubble rock that you can do it if you need to. Other than that it is what it is a cereal vape enjoy!!!
Thanks to id10t for making his lucky charms recipe i thoroughly enjoyed using your marshmallow lol.
I used .35% Flavorah sweetness . Use whatever sweetener you prefer. Or dont use any at all your call.
This is the closest thing to the OG derailed from Suicide Bunny. If you are sensitive to the Peppery notes from TFA custard you can mix it with Cap Custard but I would lower the % to somewhere between 3% and 4%. This recipe benefits from added PG I'm not exactly sure why because I'm not a chemist but there is a difference when I made it max VG. Steep time is minimum 2 weeks. but best after 4 weeks.
My first published recipe EVER!
White chocolate covered caramel wafers are one of my favourite treats to snack on. I do prefer the type with the caramel flavoured wafer rather than the chewy sweet caramel that some have. This is a crack at that!
The mix of VT White Chocolate Base, TPA White Chocolate and LA Cream Cheese Icing gave that perfect creamy sweet vanilla flavoured coating that melts on your fingers as your eat a treat of this type. To some, TPA will give a slight peppery note for the first day or two but will eventually turn the mix creamy and sweet.
Combining WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treat and TPA Rice Crunchies this low was originally there to aid the wafer with being 'crispy' but turned the mix into something new. We now have it as a middle note that adds to the authenticity of the profile.
WF Crispy Wafer SC is not a super concentrate IMO. I had to raise it up to compete with the chocolate and sits under that and the rice. Used low it is subtle and works in the way that I hoped for Rice Crunchies to originally, adding crispiness to the rice.
DFS Holy Vanilla at .5% adds a hint of vanilla that blends the choc to the wafer.
For a slightly stronger/chewier caramel try adding .5-1% FA Carmel(Caramel) or 1.5-2% TPA Caramel Candy to boost the WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats.
RUBBLE ROCK = "a fruity pebbles experience"
So I probably should have released this a long time ago!! The only problem is I keep adjusting the percentages ever so slightly. Well I guess eventually I have to be satisfied because this combination of fruits is the closest fruity pebbles flavor I have personally tried but getting the milk right has been the tricky part. So here it is my fruity pebbles and milk I like to call it "Rubble Rock".
The recipe and the reasons why:
So I was developing so!e flavors for a client and stumbled upon the fact that fw blueberry and lemon meringue pie mixed together tastes extremely close to fruity pebbles. I find that the work anywhere from 1.5% -2% both mixed equally or giving the lemon meringue pie a slight edge ahead of the blueberry depending on how strong you want your fruity pebbles flavor. Its missing just a little something and that something is 1% flavor art Mandarin. Well I guess its missing a little something else which is the grainy aspect of the cereal and for that I used 1.25% rice crunchies. Now this works well but I can't help but think there is a better option out there but I have this 4 oz bottle of rice crunchies tfa so I kind of wanted to use it and it works damn good don't get me wrong. Its like I said I have been making this recipe in some form for a while and not releasing it due to being to critical of the recipe when its already spot on fruity pebbles. So next I had to figure out the milk aspect I have done many different combinations of creams and this was the simplest one because I have the tendency to layer the shit out of things and this simple yet affective combination works. If you want your milky cream a little thicker add some capella new York cheesecake at a low percentage or just play around with your milk combination of choice. Me I used 2% cream milky undertones by ooo and 1% sweet cream by flavorah.
With this mix it is definitely not necessary to use sweetener because the lemon meringue pie fw is really sweet!!! Me I used sweetener anyway .35% of Flavorah sweetness which is the only sweetener I use I figured even though it is sweet already its fruity pebbles cereal which is supposed to be sweet!! ENJOY
So this came out of a sleepless night and a search for green pancakes for my restaurant. After some searching, I found matcha and matcha rice crispy treats. Intrigued, I made them the next day and they’re pretty damn good! This is my attempt to recreate the lovely, light floral flavor of the treats. And to find another use for FE green tea besides @exclusivegirl’s fabulous recipe.
This is my first posted recipe. Please try it and give me any feedback!
Christmas Confections is an attempt at recreating the date and rice crispies cookies that my aunt used to make at Christmas time. I'm not sure if a date concentrate exists, but I would say the flavor is somewhere between a jammy fig and a cooked plum. I used FLV Fig at 0.5% and INW Smoked Plum at 0.2% (a ridiculously low % . . . but that stuff is powerful) to create the gooey resemblance of dates cooked in sugar. I added the WF Molasses to add the deep sweetness that comes with cooked dates. WF Almond Cookie (2%), TFA Rice Crunchies (3%), and TFA Coconut Candy (0.75%) make up the body of the cookie that's mixed in (similar to rice crispy treats) after the sugar and dates have cooked into a syrupy sweet mixture. FA Meringue (1%) and CAP Super Sweet (0.5%) round this out with that heavy coating of powdered sugar that the warm cookies are rolled in before serving.