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This is my recipe for Daytime Frank's holiday special. This was modeled after a specialty soda that I found in the grocery store for the holidays. As soon as I drank it, I knew that I wanted to try and recreate it into a vape while it was still fresh on my taste buds. It tasted like mixing a good cream soda with a shot of Irish cream, even though it was not alcoholic. I was picking up hints of rum in the soda, which is why I added a tiny bit of LA-Butter Rum. It intermingles beautifully with the FW-Cream Soda and TPA-Irish Cream. The DFS-Holy Vanilla helps round out the vanilla notes in the FW-Cream Soda. Even better, it is a fairly simple recipe by my standards. I created this as a SNV, so I cannot say how well it will hold up to a long steep just yet. It is not really fizzy but the soda itself was not either, so it works for this.

The DFS Holy Vanilla is a must have if you want it to taste authentic IMO. You can try to sub it out if you would like but it is the vanilla that most closely resembled the actual beverage.


A simple, straight forward, watermelon pixie stick mix. If you have ever wanted to vape a powdery substance that is perfectly legal then this recipe is for you! This is sweet and tangy with hints of watermelon intermingled. As an added bonus you can use this as a SNV.

Photo credit: Qsimple, Memories For The Future Photography 2013-04-21 Elf Fantasy Fair, edition Haarzuilens 2013, Mali May via photopin (license)

I created this recipe for the Flavor Pro Fantasy Food special. My Raven Berry Tart was inspired by the cooking profession in World of Warcraft. These lovely little tarts are trained in the Battle for Azeroth expansion and call for Wild Flour, Choral Honey, Aromatic Fish Oil and Wild Berries to craft them. The list of flavors is lengthy because I did not want a recognizable berry profile, instead I wanted them to morph into a new imaginary berry flavor. I feel that I pulled that off fairly well. I was not sure what to do about the Aromatic Fish Oil aspect until Dmilin had the brilliant idea to throw in some CAP-27 Fish which also paired nicely with the berries and gave them a slight syrup texture. Next I needed to find a way to add in the Choral Honey, so I opted for the VT-Honeycomb which had the added bonus of accenting the JF-Biscuit and the INW-Custard at the same time. The FW-Wild Berry Cobbler ala Mode combined with JF-Biscuit make a nice cookie base for the berries to sit in and the INW-Custard is the creamy filling that binds them. For copyright reasons I decided not to use the actual thumbnail image from the game. This photo is extremely close though.

Optional Ingredients: I added 0.4% FW-Sweetener to mine. The CAP-27 Fish and VT-Honeycomb can be omitted if you are missing them and have very little impact on the recipe.

I enjoy making fudge for the holidays but it is hard to get a decent chocolate vape. Naturally I wanted to try to make some in a vape form. However I have had better luck with the white chocolate than the milk chocolate varieties, so I went with that instead. I used the WF-White Fudge as my base, and even though it is pretty tasty on its own, I felt like it needed more complexity. I added VT-Love and FLV-White Chocolate to get a more accurate white chocolate profile. The VT-Honeycomb helps add those golden notes you would get from cooking the butter and sugar. One of the main components to homemade fudge is marshmallow cream which is why I added a bit of the OOO-Marshmallow (Vanilla). It also adds some creamy mouthfeel as an added bonus. Last but not least I used the FLV-Eggnog and LA-Butter Rum as the accent flavors for my fudge. The end result is delightfully close to the real thing with considerably less calories! This needs 3 days minimum for the LA-Butter Rum to settle in. I used it low but it is strong stuff and has a chemical taste upfront. It will taste better with more steeping but it is still pretty tasty from 3 days on.

Optional Ingredients: This is fairly sweet on its own but fudge by nature is sickeningly sweet, so you may want to add some sweetener of your choice around 0.3-0.5%. You could also try adding TPA-Holiday Spice 0.5%, FW-Pumpkin Spice 0.5% or FLV-Rich Cinnamon 0.1% if you want a little more spice in your mix.

The RF-Oats & Cream Cookie combined with the FW-Graham Cracker and JF-Biscuit form my cookie cup base for the tart. FLV-Apple Filling and INW-Two Apples are intertwined with FW-Brown Sugar, LA-Butter Rum, FLV-Eggnog and a hint of VT-Bakery Spice to make my apple filling and add savory spices for the tart. I am really happy with how this turned out. If you do not have the WF-Oatmeal Cookie you can trade it for CAP-Sugar Cookie and have a very similar recipe. The VT-Bakery Spice is optional but it is a really nice addition if you have it. You are welcome to add some sweetener if you prefer sweeter vapes but I did not feel that this one needed any.

As created on Saturday DIY'ing with Fresh. A luscious blend of creamy white chocolate & peppermint milk topped with whipped cream. Mix some up for the holidays or just because you want to. I also hear the FLV-Fire Cinnamon could be a nice addition to bring a bit of warmth to the mix. I did not have any to try it out but if you do then you are welcome to give it a try.

I wanted to make a wine and grapefruit shandy cooler garnished with fresh herbs. None of the grapes worked on their own as a wine so I had to combine INW-Grape and TPA Grape Juice along with a touch of CAP-Blueberry Jam and FA-Brandy to deepen the grapes into a more wine like flavor. The FA-Champagne combined with the FA-Grapefruit and FLV-Yakima Hops form my shandy and add some light carbonation to the mix. The INW-Cactus is there to add some tartness to the grapefruit as well as adding more of the moist mouthfeel. The FA-Zen Garden combines with the FA-White Winter (spearmint) to bring some freshly muddled herbs into the mix.

I was trying to make a light fluffy white chocolate mousse on top of an Oreo cookie crumbled crust. It really needed more time to steep though. I would have loved to try the VT Chocolate Mousse but I have not bought that one yet. This is fairly decent but the flavors are light by nature and hard to convey into an e-liquid. This was my first attempt at a mousse profile. It is hard to pull off that texture without using flavors that can potentially mute the white chocolate which is already an extremely light flavor. I may come back and update this recipe later on after I see how it steeps.

You can add in some FLV-Sweetness to this as well if you would like it to be sweeter.


I decided that I wanted to attempt to recreate my favorite Guava juice in a can. This is what I came up with. Neither guava flavor tasted like I wanted on their own so I combined them. I tasted hints of pear in addition to the guava. It also needed to be really juicy so that is where the INW-Cactus and FA-Wine Champagne come in. Alfred Pudding was nice enough to give it a taste test for me and give it his seal of approval. He also created the image for my recipe with his mad Photo Shop skills. You can SNV this but it will get smoother after a few days.

The WF-Glazed Donut combined with the WF-Fluffy White Cake form the foundation of this cake doughnut. The FLV-Pumpkin Bread was added to darken the cake and add some more spice. The FLV-Eggnog was thrown in for the spice as well as to add moisture and a bit more egg to the cake mix. The FLV-Apple Filling brings just a hint of that apple cider taste on the exhale. The FLV-Rich Cinnamon along with the OOO-Powdered Sugar make up my outer coating. I felt that it needed a touch more vanilla and sweetness so I threw in the DFS-Holy Vanilla and CAP-Super Sweet for good measure. You can add whatever sweetener you prefer though. I also need to thank Alfred Pudding for helping me get through my basket of possible flavor combinations at the last minute. I was sick and my brain needed some guidance. He helped me tremendously by letting me bounce my ideas off of him.

User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
After a little over a week of steeping this turned out really nice and smooth. Upfront it smells like pepper and vanilla but don't let that discourage you. They mellow out and blend together during the steep. It is a little light on the egg flavor but it is SO good!
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
You sir are a magician! This is amazingly delicious. I really expected more of a dense cookie, which I like, so that was fine. This is so incredibly light and delicate that it blew me away. I feel like I am vaping an actual macaroon! Thank you for this gem.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
The good news is you nailed it. The bad news is that I had to go out and buy a bag of the candies just to be sure... my butt totally needed that lol.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
This is a nice fresh peach tasting vape. I let it steep for the recommended 24 hours and it practically drips from your chin while vaping it! The Cactus and Armenia are barely there, they just add that nice juiciness and depth. I am loving this one! Even with irritated lungs from seasonal issues, I had no noticeable harshness bothering my throat or lungs. I love this stuff!
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
I made this a while back but I did not have the TPA-Coffee so I had to trade it for .50% of WF-SC Brazilian Coffee and I did not notice a burnt taste to it. I really liked this one. I will probably cut back the sweetener a tad when I make it again or try Tam's suggestion on the Vanilla Sugar Daddy but that is just a matter of preference.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
I knew this was going to be good but let me say... DAMN this is good! The steep is crucial but it was well worth the wait. I tasted a drop on my finger the day after I mixed it and thought "man that is a lot of rose" which made me nervous lol. However it has blended in very nicely after steeping. Thank you for creating it.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
I was a little nervous about mixing this one when I saw how much coffee flavoring that you used but I read the reviews and thought "What the heck, I will try it." This is SO good! The DFS flavors are too pricey to ever share it with anyone though lol. I will be hoarding it all to myself. Thank you for this gem.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
I got around to testing this today and it is absolutely delicious! I am going to have to keep some of this on hand for the holiday season. The real deal has way to many calories lol! Excellent recipe.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This is delightfully different! Admittedly it might not be a flavor for everyone but it was right up my alley! Some people like florals and some don't. If you like floral teas then you should really give this one a try! I thought it was going to be much more floral heavy than it turned out to be. It reminds me of an oriental type of tea. Love it!
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
If you are looking for that sweet, creamy vanilla pudding recipe, look no farther! This is a smooth and flavorful mix. Alfred did a wonderful job of encapsulating all of the ranges of vanilla and cream with less calories! This would also make a nice pudding base to build off of for desserts.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
Upon the shake this tastes a lot like cola bottle top candies, but after settling in it this turns into something even more amazing! It is not your regular cola flavor, it is more like going to a gourmet soda shop where they mix your drink from scratch with flavored syrups. It makes for a very unique and tasty experience. He nailed the fizz and coolness, and even more impressive is that he started at ground zero and never used a cola flavoring! The list of flavors may seem strange at first, but trust me, this is worth a try!
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
I have a mixed review because this is spot on what it should taste like. However it turns out that I am not really into vaping toasted juices lol. I did have to use a different rice crispy treat and add some caramel though so that could be the issue. I am still giving this a great review because it was very accurate and she did a great job on this recipe. It tastes like honey nut cheerios covered in sweet sticky goo with hints of cream in the mix.
User: Demented76 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
This is like eating a bowl of Crunch Berries! You get the yellow bits and the crunch berries mingled in subtly throughout. Just like eating eating the real cereal. You get tastes of those beloved crunch berries and it leaves you longing for more.... or in my case picking them out with the spoon! Excellent teamwork guys!
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