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A couple years back I met this vaper at a construction site and he told me to get "one shots" from chefs flavors in England.
One of my wife's and mine big favorites became "Custard Cream".
I got an urge for it a while back, and thought to myself that it can't be that hard to make something like it.

Development notes.
There are no development notes.
I slapped this together first try and it was perfect.

The perfect vape for a custard lover.
Cookie good.
Biscuit good to.
Custard oh my gosh that's good good.
French vanilla good yummy good.
There you go.
Let it at least steep over night.
A week very good.
Two weeks very very good good.

Here is a Christmas Treat for you.
Mjuk Pepparkaka Translates directly from Swedish into "Soft Pepper Cookie".
I never really got that as there is no pepper in the cookies.
It is basically gingerbread cookies, but in Sweden we beside ginger have the trio of cinnamon, clove and cardamom in there.
The vanilla pudding is for the mouthfeel.
Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is for more vanilla and a layer of frosting on top.
The Lava Cake does not really introduce any chocolate here.
It plays the roll of Dark Syrup and does that beautifully.

Again steep overnight and it is good to go.
The ginger is a bit to prominent for the real Swedish feel but mellows out a bit with time.

!!DISCLAIMER!!
! I USED THE ! Chemnovatic "Lemon Cream Wafer".
! NOT THE ! SA "Lemon cream"

I never tried Dinner Lady Lemon Tart.
So I am not trying to get close to anything but what I myself like.
Chefs were out of other size's than 100ml and I wasted more or less 70ml's of it before it started to make sense.

I publish two recipe's with the Chemnovatic Lemon Cream Wafer.
This is the one without any vanilla.

✋ !!!FIRST READ THIS!!! ✔
I did not use "(TJ) Ice Queen"!
I used https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206727#swedish_queen_jam_stone_by_wallebiela

I nicked the best crumble cake I know to test my Queen Jam

✋ !!!FIRST READ THIS!!! ✔
I did not use "(TJ) Ice Queen"!
I used https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206727#swedish_queen_jam_stone_by_wallebiela

I nicked the best donut just to make a example with Queen Jam.

✋ !!!FIRST READ THIS!!! ✔
I did not use "(TJ) Ice Queen"!
I used https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206727#swedish_queen_jam_stone_by_wallebiela

This is a very yummy Swiss Roll with blueberry / raspberry jam.
In Sweden we call it Queen Jam.

No real development.
Ace Frehley once said. -"You never really make something new.
You pinch something here, you nick something else there and jumble and shake it a bit until you make it your own."

✋ !!!FIRST READ THIS!!! ✔
This is not intended as a vape. I made this to be used as a flavor essence.
So no PG / VG is meant to dilute this. This will make you 10ml of Blueberry Raspberry Jam.
In Sweden it is called Queen Jam. Triple the batch and you get 30ml of it. Etc etc.
I also publish three recipes including this jam.
I can in no way register this as a flavor, so I will use the slot "(TJ) Ice Queen".
As there is practically zero use of that flavor and it has "Queen" in it.

The recipes I publish are these.
https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206935#queen_roll_by_wallebiela
https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206901#swedish_queen_jam_doughnut_by_wallebiela
https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206900#swedish_queen_jam_crumble_by_wallebiela

These are meant as examples of how to use this flavor.
One is mine, two are delicious bases I wanted to try it in.
If you like it, put it in your own favorite bakery, ice cream, shake or pancake.
Have fun.

I've whipped these nana's into a BNB and drenched them in all the good stuff. With this scientifically-based theory in tow, how could this mix ever NOT work out, right? It's rich and gooey, warm and delicious.. I hadn't actually planned on sharing this one but I've honestly enjoyed it too much not to! Plus, it'll give you a place to try out WF Bread (Banana Nut) in a mix. Hope you enjoy it as much as I have!


This is a sweet recipe. I added the usual 0.6% super sweet to the original mix and it was a bit too sweet.
It probably doesn't need any (more) added sweetener but if you really wanna Nike this bishh I'd recommend something like 0.25% (or 1 drop per 10ml) - sweeten as much (or as little) as your heart desires (do it)

I've used WF Hazelnuts & Cream @ 0.2% here for a little added flavour and texture but if you don't have it or you don't do nuts just leave it out.


This recipe has been adapted from a WF recipe called "Glazed Bananas" which is published on the Wonder Flavours website.
I recommend checking out their recipes as they actually seem to know how to use the flavours they've created (!)

Yeah, yeah. I am totally loving the WF range.

Original Recipe Link: https://bit.ly/32D4Drm

And the original recipe:

"GLAZED BANANA" by Wonder Flavours
Banana Puree (2.00%)
Butterscotch Cream Pie (4.00%)
Caramel Butter (1.00%)
Hazelnuts & Cream (0.15%)
Tahitian Vanilla Cream (1.00%)

INW Yes, We Cheesecake is a wonderful, creamy, authentic cheesecake with graham crust that makes an excellent base for this recipe. We're using it here as the main note at 4%.

I wanted to really crank up the graham cracker note so I added 2% TFA Cheesecake (Graham Crust) it's a really great buttery graham crust that pairs nicely with the INW.

I didn't the lime to be sharp or the main note but I wanted to be able to taste it. VT Persian Lime is a solid zesty lime juice. I've used it at 1% here, that's just enough to make itself known but not dilute or overpower the mix.

It was important for me for this recipe to have a vanilla note, as I'm (loosely) attempting to recreate the juice I used to quit smoking. OOO Marshmallow Vanilla is a good sticky, little sweet vanilla note here at 0.5%.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video Here:

https://youtu.be/iFmltXIR4iM

Pretty damn good after 2 weeks. Its very close to the og if not a little better.