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This is my favorite cookie English Toffee Cookies. Soft baked butter toffee cookies filled with chunks of English toffee. While mixing up my 4th batch of Jesus cookies, I ran out of WF Nanaimo Bar so I figured because Jesus Cookies are so heavenly that I needed to do a really diabolical cookie. So using the basis for Jesus Cookies I dropped the Chocolate and Caramel Butter from Jesus cookies to incorporate VTA Buttered Toffee Base to help flavor the cookie and VTA English Toffee to add some toffee bits into the cookie.
Thrown together on Fresh03's "Mixing For Mike" show on 6/12. Rawlinsonboy's donation to the GoFundMe for VapinTrucker's family bought him a recipe request, and that request was honeycomb chocolate cheesecake. I asked everyone if the chocolate meant chocolate sauce, chocolate chips, or the cheesecake itself is chocolate cheesecake, and fellow mixers seemed most interested in chocolate chips, which made me happy because it's by far the easiest to do, though VT Chocolate Mousse probably wouldn't have made chocolate cheesecake too hard. I just used PUR's NY Cheesecake and Cheesecake Graham to give a slight upgrade to this Cheesecake Trinity, dumped a ton of VT Honeycomb on top, used as much WF Chocolate Chunks as I thought I could get away with without it getting weird, and added some Sweetener because chocolate honeycomb cheesecake. The little bit of VT English Toffee is where I imagine the honeycomb toffee bits and cheesecake start to melt together a little in your mouth.
This might be done, but I'm probably going to try it again after a steep and tweak it a bit. Might consider switching to a chocolate cheesecake instead of a cheesecake with chocolate chips in and on it, switching from graham to a chocolate cookie crust, or trying to make it more like a milk chocolate-coated honeycomb toffee candy bar crunched up on a cheesecake. But it's already pretty yummy, and if Rawlinsonboy's happy, I'm happy.
A creamy peanut butter blended with fresh banana custard and then drizzled with velvety caramel flavor. With a light biscuit base.
I don't know what it is about peanut butter and banana that makes it so good. This original reminded me of a banana cream pie with a layer of peanut butter underneath and a caramel toffee drizzle over the top. So that's the direction I went in also. I started with the Banana cream pie and for that I used VTA Banana Custard with a bit of VTA Creamy Custard thrown in for extra creaminess. And because Creamy Custard has a banana note to it. Next there is a layer of VTA Peanut on top of VTA Biscuit Base. And finally the sweet top note VTA Creme Caramel paired with VTA English Toffee and Sweet Mate.
This is a profile I adore. Banana, biscuit, toffee.. whats not to love?
My partner is a baker and she made me the most amazing personalized banoffee pie with extra extra bass bass, biscuit base, buttery biscuit base.
It was phenomenal, and the way she used lots of fresh cream with the banana sooo perfectly.
I wanted this pie to live on in my memory forever.. or.. my RDA.
Its a banoffee guys, nothing ground breaking, but its lovely if I do say so myself, and nicely balanced with the banana and cream being upfront and the biscuit making its appearance on the exhale.
Wonder Flavours cream filling is absolutely perfect for this mix, such a brilliant cream!
At 2 percent VT English Toffee really sits back and just compliments the other flavours on the main stage, and WF Flapper Pie adds an overall pie "vibe"" to the mix tying everything together and giving it more context.
I find the use of Winder Flavours makes the mix very sweet so I skip on sweetener in the recipe, but if you want it extra sweet maybe add no more than a 1/4 percent or it will become very cloying.
The VTA Banana custard is great, and much much better after a 3-4 day steep, but you can shake and vape this for the most part.
Also another note of VTA Banana custard is that if you add sweetener to it it tends to stay artificial for longer in my experience, but without it feels more like a natural banana sits nicely atop bit of aul pie!
This being my first ATF recipe, unfortunately not my first public recipe as i posted some of my first mixes that steeped in to a vinegar.. but mixing is making more sense to me now with practice and better flavours in my stash.
Citadel RDA with a single Flat 22 guage Ni80 clapton [outside being 38 guage] 0.28 ohms at 70 to 80 watts.
Here’s my version of a delicious,simple banana pudding that IMO is decent off the shake and ready to go. I prefer to add 0.5% cap SS to pretty much all my recipes (this one included) however it’s very tasty without so if you prefer not to use sweetener,this recipe is a banger without. Please leave your feedback if you give this one or any of my other recipes a mix, kind regards and stay safe people 💙
I know, I know! Yes,another Peanut Butter recipe!!! The thing is,when your this obsessed about a certain flavour profile you can never truly stop improving upon your very first recipe! It’s like trying to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!!! All I can say is this...is it better than my previous efforts? Probably, is it delicious?? Definitely! Do I recommend you should mix this up if you’ve enjoyed my previous PB recipes? MOST CERTAINLY!!💯 so there you have it, a straight up PB Custard that should be Vaped on a nice hot build and you really wanna give this Atleast a week before it really pops. Look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback,please don’t forget to rate my recipe. Stay safe guys 💙
Something I mixed up after trying Wayne Walker's Obsidian gold beta recipe I liked Flavorah's raisin rum boozy and dark fruity notes and decided to try it in another mix.. ( (Fa) vanilla ice cream ( Gelato Vaniglia) is the correct flavor I used in this recipe.. The english toffee and brown sugar darken up the mix just a bit to complement the raisin rum,
This is a remix using all Vape Train Australia Flavors (yes using VTA Custard Tobacco one shot) based off the Five Pawns E-liquid Black Flag Risen it mimics two tastes that go together like no other.
Featuring a creamy coffee flavor, this mix is enhanced with a creamy flue cured sweet Virginia tobacco custard for a full-bodied taste. Mixed with chocolate mousse, Devon Cream, Caramel Mocha and Toffee flavors and finally topped off with a touch of walnut flavor.