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This is a reworked recipe that I did a few years ago https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/26516#dirty_banana_by_xxxleonidasxxx that, when I first came up with was really good, but got heavy quick. So I remixed the same flavor profile with a lighter cream note to make it more friendly.
You wouldn't think banana and mint would go well together...don't knock it til you try it.
Again, this is a tribute to The Plume Rooms Banana Mint Milkshake
A delicious baked banana sprinkled with a touch of cinnamon, covered in light rum and served HOT.
This is really good - check it out with coffee
It’s a longer steep than I usually will tolerate but in this case it’s worth it. Rather authentic banana with vanilla wafers created by biscuit and cereal 27. Vanilla ice cream and pudding help smooth out the bananas and make this a creamy full vape that you won’t want to put down. 4 weeks steep at a minimum or you won’t get the true experience of this mix.
Made on Fresh03 staurday DIY show where we try new flavors!
Ice box cakes are no bake cakes that you put in the fridge to solidify and they are something I grew up on . This is a creamy full bodied mix with banana topnotes and graham and peanut butter base notes
I really love the body in the coconut custard combined with the banana works really well together and adds a creaminess to the peanut butter
I wanted to mix with the new WF marshmallow gooey - which in a SFT at 3% was a spot on fluff with a light vanilla back note
Banana Puree is a great full bodied banana that does lean to slightly candy and this sits on top of the mix as a bright top note
The graham cracker by FW graham is just a true honey maid type of graham cracker that is supported by the caramel peanut
DX peanut butter is subtle here and dds that dark nutty base note that works with nutty notes in the graham
Whipped cream adds more body to this mix and helps blend it
This is a recipe for Wayne walker on the diy or die Facebook page. This is untested and my thoughts of a startvto his profile of a banana coffee chocolate w/ cashew smoothie. If I had smoothie base I may add that aswell but its already on its way to becoming ferryfied so I will leave it out. Problems I can see with this recipe is the coffee is a strong flavor along with the chocolates the banana and almond will possibly get barried from them. The almond was used as a greasy nut that may help separate all the flavors to help you get each note. The ap is to help the chocolates and nuttiness. Another thought is you may be able to add some more banana with vta banana custard.
*edit so on my hadaly with a fused clapton 2x26g n80 fused w/ 38g n80 this is actually a pretty tasty vape the coffee and banana work well with each other I don't get much chocolate or almond but I was pleasantly surprised.
This recipe was a bit of a personal challenge for me. The goal was to convert my cola into a bubblegum with the fewest amount of changes possible. It started out with some research on what goes into making a bubblegum. It turns out that the flavoring components used in gum are already fairly in line with many other recipes from the 20th century, using things like cinnamon, vanilla, and citrus oils. The significant differences were the inclusion of mint, which makes sense for a chewing gum, and the inclusion of flavors such as banana and strawberry in more modern versions.
I started out by removing VT Fizzy Sherbet because bubblegum isn't fizzy, and it doesn't have a dominant lemon/lime flavor. TPA Wintergreen took its place, and then I started trying various fruits out to see the effect they would have. Strawberry was my initial assumption, so I tried out WF Strawberry Gummy Candy, INW Shisha Strawberry, TPA Ripe Strawberry, and several others. None of them were headed in the right direction so I broke out my banana flavors and started smelling them. My first idea was to use WF Banana Candy, but it didn't fit the bill so I moved onto WF Banana Puree. As soon as I smelled it I knew that was the right choice, so the rest was a percentage game. 1% was the perfect amount to not stand out from the rest of the mix as an obviously banana flavored gum. The real issue was finding the correct percentage for TPA Wintergreen. I tried out everything from .5% to 2% and found myself lingering at 1% originally. Unfortunately the brighter parts of the orange and banana were still a bit too apparent after a steep, so I moved the wintergreen up to 1.25% and then 1.5%.
Now that the development notes are out of the way I need to thank some awesome people. Graham was the person that really planted the idea in my head. I was originally against it for the most part because there are already some awesome bubblegum flavors available like MB American Bubblegum. It wasn't until Dave commented on a Reddit post that I should make 007 Bubblegum that I actually committed to the idea. Then once I was fairly happy with the mix I asked a few people to try it out for me. Eyemakepizza and Shyndo were kind enough to give it a shot and they both seemed to really enjoy it. Shyndo made an excellent point about the validity of this creation. He noticed that bubblegum flavors were difficult to work into a mix because they were mostly top-notes that would clash with other fruits. So after testing this out with some additional fruits I felt better about this silly project. Feel free to make your own version of this recipe using your favorite fruit flavoring and let me know what you think.
Ive been on a bit of a banana binge that started with my testing with creating a bubblegum from scratch (yup, Bnanurz is part of the traditional pink bubblegum flavor) but got sidetracked with this versatile flavor and ended up mixing everything but bubblegum :-)
This is my take on A Sweet and creamy Banana Cheesecake!
Using the trusty TFA Banana cream filling the main creamy banana note I added WF Banana puree to boost that Jammy sweet banana to bring this solid and well rounded Banana into my Cheesecake without getting lost into the creams too easily as I find can happen with many banana recipes after a steep.
I normally dont like dessers, and I think its for that reason that I find things like Brulee and certain Cheesecake to be too rich or the graham part of it too strong for my preference but With INW Cheesecake half of that issue is already solved as this Cheesecake has a more subtle 'graham' note in it.
This with the addition of INW Custard smoothed the cheesecake out a bit more and also brings in a lightness to the Cheesecake base.
Adjust the sweetner to your preference. Steep 3-5 days