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(WF) Crepe SC

By: Wonder Flavours (WF) - Buy Direct

Used in 188 recipes at an average of 2.249%.


28 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found

Based off a recipe by The Wrench Reviews ( Greg ) This was his and my inspiration for a recipe on the fly while talking together.
This has been a work in progress for over a month and much help from Shyndo and mlNikon ( Emily ) with tips and tricks.

Brandied Pear Glaze smothering Crepes with some Vienna Cream..
This is a very nice pear glaze to where you could switch out the crepe and add a Pound Cake or Angel Cake for a more dense vape.
The Liquid Amber with Brown Sugar make the Pear pop for flavor. This is not an overly sweet vape and taste is very subjective to where you can change out the sweetener.

After messing around with the Liquid Amber I will put out a warning.. DO NOT USE IT AT HIGH PERCENTAGES .50% max it can destroy the recipe if used to high.

After many trials and errors this recipe came into light.. I am a huge chocolate and banana fan so I might as well add it to a crepe recipe I had set up way before I even had the flavors.. Both Australian Chocolate and Glamour Chocolate make a nice base.. Glazed Donughnut adds a little depth to the Crepe.. Everything else just comes together..

Many thanks to everyone from DIY Downunder FB group for the name of the recipe.

Thank you to Matt who recently joined our FB group at DIY Downunder for hopping in and challenging us to create this profile, I'm now dam glad you did!
His challenge was "for a recipe based on Pancakes/Crepes with lemon juice and sugar". This is exactly what I get and enjoy with my version here. I will go a step further and say this is "Yummy AF". The sugary note and sweetness from the OOO Powdered sugar and VT golden Syrup to the squeezed Lemon coming together from Caps Juicy Lemon & FE Lemon with the pancake effect by bringing WF Crepe & FA Zepolla together provides all together a simply gorgeous vape. The mouthfeel is authentic as those sprinkles of sugar work over your tongue with a little lemon juiciness while you get the pancake underneath. It's just a lovely vape that would go well while sipping on your favorite cuppa I think. Enjoy!

Stawberry cheesecake stuffed crepe. Originally wanted to do a 123 cheesecake stuffed crepe, but the fruit notes in the WF crepe was throwing it off. I added the shisha strawberry and it brought it all together. The zeppola is added to give the crepe a little backing and give sweetness to the mix.


ExclusiveGirl's Raspberry Crepes
A light buttery crepe with a raspberry compote filling.

Flavor/Development Notes:
I love crepes, I have been making them a lot since Christmas since my roommate got me a crepe pan. They are simple and the key thing that differentiates them from pancakes (besides being thin) is butter. Crepes use a decent amount of melted butter right in the batter.
This is a sweet and light mix. The crepe itself is light and subtle and raspberry filling is more like a compote that you added some fresh strawberries and raspberries to. It is decent as a shake n vape but for best results, give it a week to come together more.

Crepe (SC) (WF) 2% / Butter Tart (SC) (WF) 0.5%:
Crepe WF is an excellent flavor, its light, slighting doughy, with a hint of spices. Its lacking a bit however so the Butter Tart is there to back it up. Butter Tart smells funky out of the bottle, its not a great smell to be honest but it is a solid flavor in low dose for its use here. Since crepes are buttery, and Crepe WF isn't, the Butter Tart is used to add the butter and backup the spices a bit more. Thank you RageIsALotOfWork for turning me on to this flavor!

Raspberry Shisha (INW) 1.5% / Sweet Strawberry (JF) 1% / Milk & Honey (FLV) 0.5%:
I struggle to taste raspberries the same way many cant taste strawberries. Please feel free to try this with other raspberries if you have one you favor more. The combo of raspberry and strawberry here is mainly there to help my taste buds pick up the raspberry more and make it pop a bit. The Milk and Honey is being used to slightly cream up and sweeten the fruits so it is more of a compote instead of just fresh fruit. Its also being used to sweeten the crepe a bit.

Mix it up and let me know what you think!



Who doesn't love a huge plate of pancakes!

WF Crepe SC: This is a really clean, simple pastry/bakery flavor. It isn't heavy on maple like most pancake flavors currently available. It's very smooth, but lacks a slight bit of texture I wanted to hit pancakes. We boost the breadiness using FW Hazelnut at .5% to keep the actual hazelnut flavor to a minimum while accentuating the crepe flavor.

FW Blueberry: You could use any fruit you like on your pancakes here. Since our syrup flavor is not a maple flavor you have a lot of room for creativity. I chose FW Blueberry because it's good enough to stand on it's own without needing additional layers, making for a simpler recipe.

VT Golden Syrup: This is the real star of the show. It's thick, got a great sweetness to it, and it adds a beautiful butter texture that I don't think I've found anywhere else. It really reminds me of that bite from the middle of the pancake where the butter and syrup sat there together for awhile. There's no maple here, just gooey buttery sweetness that is really addicting.

FA Vanilla Classic: A nice vanilla finish is a welcome presence in nearly every bakery flavor, especially pancakes. This gives the whole recipe a bit of boost in softer sweetness and a bit of body to the overall profile.

Pancakes with fried apples topped with whipped cream, delicious at the first vape.

Building blocks:
Crepe SC WF mixed with a little Strawberry Jam on Toast for the perfect fresh baked sensation of a sweet pancake. Crepes SC WF needed a more burned taste, i got that from the toast bit from the RF SC Strawberry on Jam whilst adding a little sweetness to the pancakes .

Apple Filling FLV, nothing else comes close to that gorgeous smelling baked apples,
(I strongly do recommend this flavor in bakery mixes that needs cooked apples.)

Topped with Whipped Cream from CAP.

Some of these flavors are not in the ATF flavor database!!!
Blackberry Jam w̶i̶t̶h̶ on Toast - SC = Strawberry Jam On Toast - SC
CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream = CAP Whipped Cream

You will enjoy this vape.

Pastéis de Nata AKA Portuguese Custard Tarts. [Revisited]

A few months ago I shared a new recipe I'd been developing for a while, a Portuguese Custard Tart. Having now received a few concentrates from Wonder Flavors, I decided to give this another crack.

This new revised recipe is a lot more with what I wanted, on the draw you get a face-full of rich custard; on the exhale you are met with a nice flaky, golden, buttery pastry that lingers on the tongue.

I have included updated notes below.


This is the base for the butter pastry cup. The first batch of the new revisited recipe omitted the Funnel Cake, without it I found the pastry cup tasted raw and underdeveloped, The funnel cake adds a cooked and somewhat caramelized note to the pastry. The WF Crepe give the pastry dough more weight, it adds a nice denseness without distracting from the flaky pastry you get from WF Butter Tart.

This is obviously the custard filling, the vanilla custard and cookie dough create a nice dense custard with caramel notes, having the vanilla custard at such a high percentage means the eggy notes are pretty obvious and up there which is what I wanted, however adds a lot to the steep time. In the original recipe I used CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl to add a bit of a spicy note, this is now done with FLV Rich Cinnamon, which adds more authenticity to the profile and doesn't bog it down with too much of a bready note.

This works with the cookie dough and toasted marshmallow to create a caramelized and 'burnt sugar' taste to the custard, like it's fresh out of the oven. The toasted marshmallow was also added to fluff everything out and provide the nice mouth feel you get from the recipe.

Give this bad boy at least a 10 day steep to let the custard really come together.

As always, constructive criticism is always welcome.

If you're interested in comparing at all, the original recipe can be found at https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/53890

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