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(WF) Banana Purée


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A rich, thick and sweet banana honeycomb milkshake.

WF banana purée in my recipe again shows how much I prefer it to all other bananas, it’s so realistic and gives a full mouthfeel along with that creamy custard which layers the banana beautifully this gives you the ultimate banana with a thick mouthfeel perfect in this sort of profile.

The FA milk, TFA whipped cream and FLV frosting give that sweet and fluffy milk which sits there from start to finish, emphasis on the finish!

The VTA honeycomb even at 5% is not the star of the show but makes a great partner to the banana, everyone knows banoffee is a classic and Honeycomb is cinder toffee so say hello to the new classic combination ;) (al Pacino voice)

The Super sweet is there for my personal taste but keep in mind it is subjective and you can add and subtract sweetener from this mix and it won’t take anything away from it. If you like what I do and want to support me all you have to do is rate and review my recipes if you choose to mix them up :)

A voluptuous oral orgasm of ripe bananas smothered in whipped cream and sultry toffee...

A simple interpretation of a traditional Banoffee without the pie crust element.

WF Banana Puree is an intriguing mix of ripe and "runty" banana, which makes it perfect for this creamy application. It is a vibrant, ripe banana flavour without being too dominant at lower %'s. I noticed slight fading over the 20 day mark but significantly enough to impact negatively on the vape experience.

Cap Vanilla Whipped cream provides an intense, full, whipped cream taste and texture to enrobe the bananas beautifully. The slight hint of vanilla is evident on the exhale and finishes the creaminess dazzlingly.

FLV Toffee is a phenomenal toffee if treated with (love &) care. At 1% it fulfils its intended purpose of providing a sweet, thick toffee accent, blending with the sweet whipped cream with ease. I experimented with various caramels but this toffee came out tops and stayed true to its' name...Toffee!

Give this baby at least 5 days to settle, best after 7.

Sticky banana flambé with a butterscotch and vanilla cream.

Banana purée is still the best banana in my eyes so that was a fairly easy decision here, the golden syrup and barrel oak give that flambé liquid to the mix, the GS also helps the butterscotch... the milk and honey also aids the butterscotch/vanilla cream to bring out the sticky syrupy side and also the dairy side of the cream is highlighted... the super sweet is optional as it is sweet anyway but ahh what the hell.

3 days minimum but the longer the better as always. :)

Muddled mess at first. Not sure how it steeps just yet. I would definitely sub for a different pancake or pancake type flavor as the TFA has a maple note that I forgot about and it clashes with the chocolate notes.

pancakes with strawberries and banana slices on top. Inw strawberry shisha is a really nice syrupy strawberry and wf banana puree is a very authentic ripe banana. The wf Vanilla cream extra represents the ice cream on top of the pancakes. I left out the chocolate sauce because I did not want to muddle the mix.

I've been working on this recipe since first trying TFA Banana Nut Bread awhile back and I finally have something that I enjoy quite a bit and I feel others will as well.

TFA Banana Nut Bread/WF Banana Puree - The base of this recipe is obviously the TFA BNB but I wanted to boost the banana flavor so I originally started out with TFA Banana Ripe but there was a weird off-note and I just really didn't like that banana flavor at all. After getting some advice from others I settled on WF Banana Puree as a replacement which is worlds better than Banana Ripe.

INW Custard/LA Cream Cheese Icing - My early attempts at this recipe were sort of dead/bland on the exhale and it was really annoying me. During this time I experienced INW Custard for the first time in Mr Burgundy's St Louie Butter Cake recipe, which also included the CCI though I had used it before, and I knew right away that this is what I needed in my Banana Nut recipe. The combination of these two flavors add a nice richness with some nice mouthfeel and a buttery sweet banana exhale that is very pleasing. This really boosts the overall vape experience and I'm very happy with it.

FW Butter Pecan - I chose to add this to help accent the nut flavor in the Banana Nut Bread. It's very subtle but you definitely get the hints of Pecan flavor throughout the vape experience.

CAP Super Sweet - This was just added for a touch more sweetness. It's such a small quantity that it can be left out if you choose but I wanted that little extra touch of sweetness so I included it in the recipe.

This is actually quite good as a SNV but it really needs a good week for the Custard and CCI to work their magic.

Made live on FRESH03 ST JUDE CHARITY STREAM. The bananas need three days or so to come together. As well the graham cracker will back down in a few days as well

Butterscotch Banana Bread with a twist.
FW Butterscotch for candyish butterscotch sweetness. FW Banana Purée & FA Banana is a great banana combo that mixes well with the butterscotch. OOO Cornbread for that bread/cake flavor. The slight corn note layers nice beside the banana. TPA Acetyl Pyrazine gives it that grittyness and pushes the corn flavor a bit. WF Walnut for a sweet buttery walnut accent that sits in the background. FA Meringue for more sweetness and more mouthfeel. PUR Super Sweet at 0.50% is where I like it, but I like it sweet. Any sweetener may be subbed for PUR. As a lot of my recipes the sweetener may be added at a lower percentage or omitted and it will still be tasty. I understand not everyone has a sweet tooth the size of Texas as I do. It could go off the shake, but I find it a bit harsh and the layers form better the longer it steeps. After a week it is good and after two it is 👍👍

Messed around with this recipe concept for a while (ever since the mixen vixen episode on banana shake).

I originally was trying to use banana cream instead of banana nut bread, but for some reason I like the banana nut bread version better. I'm thinking the bakery notes might be working similarly to how graham cracker clear can effect creams (adds a kind of malted note to the cream).

Let me know what you think or if there is anything I can do to improve the recipe! I am always looking to learn :)

This is a mango and banana fruit mix. Created for/on Interactive Mixing on the Diydownunder network

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