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This recipe came about because i REALLY wanted to use VTA Chocolate Mousse and WF SC Mascarpone Cream Cheese together. I knew they'd compliment each other beautifully to give me a chocolate cheesecake that I fluffed up with some Cap NY Cheesecake. . I'm using the Caramel Rice Crispy Treats and AP combination to build my crust. Overall, I am happy with it.
Last year about this time, I released my Sweet Potato Pie recipe. In the months following the release, Flavorah released their YAM that is out of this world delicious! Summer is close to an end and Fall will be here very shortly, so I felt it would be the perfect time to release my updated version.
This version builds off of the original but I added and took away a few flavorings for this version. (You can read my notes on the original version here https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/63611#sweet_potato_pie_by_folkart ).
FLV Yam is the star here. It's about as accurate a flavor as I've ever tested. I has a deep yam flavor that is second to none. I also kept the HS Pumpkin Pie but lowered the percentages from the original, just to add a bit of a commercial canned pumpkin/sweet potato aspect to the mix.
The DFS Holy Holy Grail is there for the caramel and vanilla almost giving it a "brown sugar" feel to the mix.
I stayed with the WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats because to me, it's flavor is that of the soft pumpkin pie crust that is on the bottom of a pumpkin pie. The caramel also adds to the richness of the mix.
CAP Vanilla Custard. A sweet potato pie is in essence a custard, so by adding this flavoring at 1%, it gives it that sweet custard feel, without taking away from the yam and pumpkin.
My original version used CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl, and while it's a great flavoring to use, the cinnamon can be a bit strong. Wayne Walker reviewed my original version and he did like it very much, but he said he would tweak it a bit by reducing the CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl. So I took his advise in this version and used WF Cinnamon Pastry because to me it has a slightly less cinnamon note.
My first few versions did not have FA Cookie but I felt it was needed to bring home the pie crust note. And I think that it has.
One thing that my original lacked, in my opinion, was a buttery note. I have learned that this is a very important note to include in most bakeries. You may ask, "Why FLV Popcorn though?". To me FLV Popcorn is the perfect flavor to add that buttery note. I do use CAP Golden Butter in a lot of my mixes, but it requires a very long steep and sometimes has a plastic note that I can't get past, especially when used at higher percentages.
One other suggestion Wayne Walker made in his review of my original was that the TPA Toasted marshmallow was not really doing much in the mix. So I took his advise and removed the TPA Toasted Marshmallow and with the addition of the CAP Vanilla Custard, I agree that it's not needed.
I added .5% CAP Super Sweet to liven things up a bit, but you can lower or raise this to your liking.
You can most defiantly vape this as a shake and vape, but I would suggest a week steep to let the CAP Vanilla Custard bloom.
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This is an all day vape of mine for a few months. Thought I would share on ATF.
A chewy crispy cookie with a hint of caramel and honeycomb This is using a few of my favorite concentrates. It is Addicting!!!
Calipitter Chow concentrate can be purchased at Chefs Flavours.
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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It is time to "come out" onto the Streets with this one and have a really happy time. This one is based on a glorious Australian icecream that is up there with the best and is certainly a staple to the Ozzie diet!
The icecream base at the centre is VT toffee ice cream with some assistance from LB VIC.
Flavor boosts to the icecream come from Caramel Candy and Caramel.
Sweeten to taste and add cooling if you like I suggest less than 0.5% Polar Blast which works better with creams than WS-23.
As with most recipes this should get you close enough and then just tweek to your liking. If you don't have toffee dream cream just leave it out, want more chocolate do it, don't have VT use MB, want HS ice cream in it at 0.5% go your hardest. If you think you can add some LK pencil shavings that is fine with me I just want you to be very, very happy, just have have a good old Gay Time.
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.
Trying out some new flavors.
What more can I say . . . three rices and two puddings (with a little bit of Caramel Butter for a bit more buttery richness). This works great as a SNV . . . the rices come together to make an extremely accurate rice flavor. Mixed with a buttery, caramel pudding, I find this to be a smooth, sweet, and savory vape. Mixed at 60vg/40pg . . . it will be interesting to see if the VT Rice Base can hold the FE Sweet Rice flavor together (instead of it devolving into a generic stacrch). The WF Caramel Rice Crispy adds a touch of rice but is an important element of the caramel note paired with WF Caramel Butter.
This is supposed to emulate a ice cream sandwich using caramel popcorn slabs as the outer sandwich and vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt in the middle. I thought they looked and sounded delicious so why not make it into a vape juice flavor???? So I did and here it is!!! ENJOY!!!!
So I have been playing with this profile for a little while each time the recipes were really good but each time I wanted to adjust a few things keeping the main ingredients the same. The thing I kept adjusting was the popcorn percentage and the ice cream and or combination to make the ice cream. I found with the popcorn .75% was a little weak and 1.25% was a little strong with a butaric note so I met in the middle at 1%. Flavorah popcorn mixed with caramel rice crispy treat makes a perfect caramel corn flavor. So once I had that perfect its on to the ice cream I did a version with just 5% LB vanilla ice cream and it worked and was good but I am just not a huge fan of LB vanilla ice cream but it is a viable substitute for my ice cream combination. I also tried a thicker more buttery ice cream mixture using tfa and the was OK but still not what I wanted pet say. Lately I have been playing with wonder flavours sc frozen yogurt and what I have found is that 2% of wfsc frozen yogurt and 2% vanilla cream extra it works in almost all the places you would use a vanilla ice cream concentrates. I used frozen yogurt at 2.5% because the caramel popcorn is a strong flavor combination and figured a little extra creaminess could only help the ice cream come through the caramel corn aspect of this recipe.
Sweetener: Use it or don't use it it doesn't matter to me its an additive for a reason. I am possibly going to only list sweeteners In my recipes if the recipe absolutely must have it to taste right. This is not one of those mixes but I still used .35% of Flavorah sweetness but you use or don't use your sweetener of choice. Flavorah sweetness is my favorite sweetener and the only one I use now.
This is my adaptation of a fried ice cream. The main layer of course is the ice cream, I went with LB Vanilla Ice Cream and HS French Vanilla. This makes a awesome creamy Ice Cream base. The middle layer consists of FW Butterscotch Ripple with FA Butterscotch, this gives the ice cream a great butterscotch taste. The FA Joy combined with FA Breakfast cereal, gives the perfect texture and taste for the fried outer layer of the ice cream. Then top with some caramel from WF, Caramel Rice Crispy Treat, this adds more to the texture needed. Delicious ADV!
If you want some sweetener, feel free to add, I prefer it without. If you do want sweetener, Super sweet is going to give you more of a donut glaze taste in this recipe, so I don’t recommend Super Sweet.