I'm only keeping the name ATF provided because it's hilarious.
Pretty straightforward here. I have tried so many cookie recipes and I am settling on this. One of my all-day vapes.
Soft baked cookie base has a grainy quality and RF Sugar cookie has a soft sugar cookie quality that forms a great cookie base. If you don't have RF I would substitute maybe JF Cookie or WF Sugar Cookie as CAP will give you a crunchy spice note. I was looking for that store-bought heavy frosted sugar cookie vibe and I think this achieves it nicely.
The creams. I tried FLV Frosting, FLV Cream, WF Buttercream frosting, and so many others trying to get a heavy frosted feel and no matter what I tried I kept feeling like I was coming up short. WF Tahitian Vanilla Cream has a nutty note that complements the cookie quite nicely and when paired with the Vanilla Cream Extra and Sweet Cream thickens up and forms a nice heavy frosting note.
Super sweet is optional.
Try it. Leave a rating if you like it. Thanks. You can vape it after an overnight steep but it starts to shine after the 3 - 5 day mark. Add a little bit of strawberry or your favorite fruit if you want to change it up a bit.
So I have never ever in my life had this kind of dessert, and to be honest I do not think I ever will because my poor teeth cannot handle it anymore. The butterscotch is the main profile, obviously, with the coconut cream pie and the coconut itself to back each other up which is kind of mutes in a small way. The cheesecake graham crust is there alongside the coconut cream pie. The creams are made up of Dx Bavarian Cream and meringue and they work very well.
This recipe still needs some improvement, but in the meanwhile enjoy it and leave some feedback.
First of all the only milk I have is by TFA which is why I used Cream Milky Undertone by OOO to make it more milk, obviously. I have seen countless recipes for strawberry milk and strawberry milkshake so that is when the inspiration for this recipe hit me and the contemplation began to form. I had thought about how to approach this recipe for awhile and I did not trust Dairy Milk from a previous recipe combination but I went on ahead and gave it a shot. Two weeks into steeping and it was not a disappointment at all by far lol.
Vapers and mixers alike, I give you my first ever version of how I portray Strawberry Milk. At first I wanted take this recipe on with TFA Malted Milk but I could not find it at the time, I might make another with it though, unsure at the moment. Both of the strawberries in this mix really help each other by not muting anything at all and I really enjoy it and I hope you guys do to.
This has been my go to coffee vape for a minute now. dark bean brings the rich black coffee notes I want (fight me), up and relax smooth it over, and french vanilla + bavarian cream add a nice milky top note, dash of super sweet cause apparently I like sugar in my vape coffee when I drink it black, go figure.
After tasting WF Creme Brulee Cookie and with the new Orange Cream out I had to create this to showcase these two flavours.
VT Creme Brulee is one of, if not my favourite Creme Brulee, so adding this is in was always on the cards, at 1.5% this gives a creamy creme backbone with a wonderful caramelised sugar topping that works perfectly with WF Creme Brulee Cookie, the creme brulee in this flavour gives depth to the VT, the cookie note forms the basis of the cookie part of this recipe, the cookie is further enhanced with the use of CAP Sugar Cookie to enhance those crispy cookie notes amd WF Cookie Dough to give depth and provide the cookie mouthfeel.
WF Orange Cream is a silky blend of cream and a great orange flavour even if slightly artificial, the orange isn't too juicy/wet in this so is perfect to use for creamy mixes without making the whole thing 'soggy'
Vanilla custard 2 added for a boost to the creme part of the VT Creme Brulee and add some additional vanilla to the mix.
FLV Vanilla pudding used to thicken up the whole mix and add a rich deep vanilla
Had several attempts at this one over a long period of time and finally got it to pretty much where I want it to be.
Rice crunchies, sweet rice, popcorn v2 and the yam (the yam brings the konjac) surrounding a somewhat artificial milk chocolate. I've tried several different chocolates along the way and FLV milk chocolate fits perfectly and is strong enough to hold its weight with everything else going on.
I don't imagine this is going to be a popular choice for people to mix up, but for anyone who fancies something different, give it a whirl.