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This might not be the best or even great, but this is how I like my PB & Nanur Miskshake :-)
I have tried a few and normally find the BP to be a bit over powering on the inhale for my taste, So if you like you PB on the lighter side, then give this one a try!!
TPA Dx Peanut Butter Was the one I chose here because.... honestly its what I had available... and it worked
For the Banana I chose TPA Banana Cream for obvious reasons, Its Awesome!! and layers in some more sweet creaminess into the mix.
The rest is basically what I would call my Milkshake base, I don't really like Graham Cracker in my Milkshake as most popular recipes do, because it tends to do what too much PB does for me too (Becomes overwhelming)
Sweetner, Can be left out if you like the dull and boring things in life.
I based this recipe off "Fugly Butters" @Ebc88 "This is a fried banana pudding" & Bad Drips "Ugly Butter " description: "They don't call it ugly for nothing... Uncle Freddy's famous, fancy fried dough, showered with carnival cultivated cinnamon-sugar, serenaded with a cosby-quality banana pudding."
So, here it goes...
FLV Vanilla Pudding/VT Pudding Base: these 2 combined make up a delicious "Cosby-esque" vanilla puddin'
SA Banana Flambe: gives the fried banana aspect and also adds a touch of cinnamon...
VT Banana Custard: ties together the banana flambe with the pudding while adding some more depth to the banana pudding aspect of the recipe
FLV Rich Cinnamon: turns up the cinnamon flavor.
CAP Funnel Cake: In Bad Drips description they talk of funnel cake and Capella had just dropped their funnel cake around the time that Ugly Butter hit the shelves, so I figure it's in there... so why not?
WF Cinnamon Pastry: no reason other than I just picked this up and wanted to give it a try... plus I figured it would add some more depth to the bakery/dough aspect of the recipe while adding a bit more cinnamon... which it seems to do just fine...
TPA Toasted Marshmallow: to add a little sweetness, mouthfeel, depth and body to the entire recipe.
CAP SS: why not?... It's a tooth rotting belt busting State Fair Treat... it needs to be sweet! 0.5% does just that... add more or don't if you want to...
FA Joy: to bring out the yeasty-ness of the fried dough just a lil more... feel free to omit it... I personally don't care for joy either, but it works well here...
3 day steep and the banana calms down... day 5 the pudding melds together and everything tastes delicious... didn't make it past a week with the first batch, so I don't know if it'll change much at the 2 week mark...
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My take on Chef's Mexican Fried Ice Cream
A sweet vanilla ice-cream inhale and a cereal exhale with hints of cinnamon & almond, bringing all the flavours together with the added taste of coconut.
It's not exactly the same as the original but it's close. If you love that, you will love this one too. If you sub the rich cinnamon for flv cinnamon crunch at .3% and bump the AP a little bit it will be closer to the original. But I prefer it this way 😉
Ideal to bridge the period when Chef's one is out of stock. (which happens sometimes because it is so good and popular)
If you like this recipe, you should give Chef's one a try as well, you can find the oneshot over here
County Fair, bourbon glazed pecans.
Bourbon Block. Like I stated before, I've been really enjoying the combination of TFA Kentucky Bourbon + FLV Bourbon. Together these guys create a deliciously rich and smokey, sweet blended bourbon flavor. It really works excellently as our glaze in combination with with our “sticky” ingredients.
Glaze Block. VT Golden Syrup + TFA Toasted Marshmallow. We all know and love the wonders of Kentucky Bourbon and Toasted Marshmallow thanks to /u/coop34 . Toasted Marshmallow helps “char” that bourbon and brings smoky sweetness to our glaze along with mouth feel. Golden Syrup makes things stickier and thicker, and also helps elevate our sweetness. It acts as a binder for our cinnamon to create those crunchy cinnamon sweet clusters we find covering our pecans.
Cinnamon Block. FLV Rich Cinnamon. If a recipe calls for cinnamon, 99% of the time I'm using this. It's an unparalleled bakery cinnamon that is sweet and potent.
Pecan Block. FW Butter Pecan. Another concentrate I consider best in class is this one. It's smooth and buttery, it almost has a warm taste. It's decadent and dense and nutty. This is what we attach all of our blocks too. Bourbon and Cinnamon to glaze, and the glaze to the pecans.
That's about it. It can be SnV'd but solidifies over about a week. In my opinion this is pretty straightforward, and reminds me of those bags of pecans you get from the little carts at your local County Fair. Enjoy!
Every October the family goes to the local apple orchard to pick a basket of apples, and then takes the hay ride back to the pumpkin patch. When we have all our stuff ready, we go in to the little shop area to pay. This recipe is what that little shop smells like.
There’s spices unknown all blending together in the country air. There’s apples, obviously. So many apples. Is it the fresh squeezed apple cider? Apples from the orchard? Pies? Maybe some coconut candles or jam that was probably made by someone’s sweet old grandma. There’s so many different things hitting your nose, but nothing is offensive. There’s no off notes, but you’re not quite able to pick out every subtlety.
That’s the inspiration for this recipe. I usually don’t post my non-tobacco recipes because I usually find that I’m just bumbling around with fruits in my hands, but I’m actually pretty proud of this one- not just as a fruity recipe, but just in general.
This cookie vape was created on Interactive Mixing ,on the Diydownunder network. After 24 hours the cookie comes through well, not getting much white chocolate,but I am getting a coconut back note not sure where it is coming from, being a work in progress I will update as recipe steeps. Im puttin steep time as 4 weeks,but I will change if it steeps out sooner