This is my reinterpretation on Developed's Cheese Danish. Nature's Flavors makes a killer Danish Pastry so I knew I had to use it to remix this recipe. I took the the WF Croissant out of the original recipe and replaced it with the NF Danish pastry. I left VT Croissant but lowered it to 1.25% for 3% in the original, as the Nature flavors Danish is doing a lot of the heavy lifting here. I used the new FA Cheesecake Olympic/Olympus as a little extra cheesy note to combo with the ooo vanilla custard cheesecake and the LA cream cheese icing for my Danish cheese topping layer. I did take notes from the original, but chose to go a different route from the HS Italian Cream by using the vanilla custard cheesecake in its place. I used the VT sweet cream from the OG recipe and kept the percentage the same as I felt it was perfect as is when paired with the other flavors I chose for this remix.
Link to the original: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/159451#cheese_danish_developed_by_developed
This is my take on a Southern Style Banana Custard with nilla wafers and a lightly baked meringue topping. This is one of my favorite real food desserts to make for my family. I have tried many many times to get this recipe right in the past but was always missing that one thing, FA Vanilla Cookie, until now. The FA Vanilla cookie is not a perfect nilla wafer flavor, but its about as close as we are going to get at this point in time. Although not a perfect representation of a REAL nilla wafer, this is still an amazing tasting vanilla cookie to use in a banana custard recipe. Here is how I used the flavors in this recipe.
VT Banana Custard/TFA Vanilla Custard/TFA Bavarian Cream is my Banana Custard layer. I used TFA VC with the VT Banana Custard as I find the TFA original Vanilla Custard to be very buttery and I tend to add butter into my actual custard when making it right after I pull it off the stove. This adds richness to the VT Banana Custard and offers more authenticity to the overall mix. The Bavarian cream thickens this Banana custard base and adds some of that TFA Bavarian cream flavor that we know and love. I have mixed VT Banana custard with every custard under the sun and this is one combo I tend to favor.
TFA Meringue is just an added touch mostly for mouthfeel and a little extra depth and sweetness to this recipes Banana Custard profile
FA Vanilla Cookie is essential in making this recipe taste so much like the banana custard recipe I make in real life. It is hands down the best cookie I've ever had out of all the cookie flavorings I own. If you don't have FA Vanilla Cookie, you are truly missing out. This flavor adds another dimension of flavor and texture to this recipe. It blends perfectly with the Banana Custard base and you can taste it throughout the recipe while still tasting the Banana Custard separately layered in the mix.
If you are a fan of a killer Banana Custard with Nilla wafer cookies, you'll love this!
Grabbed a few Natures Flavors concentrates from Bull City and wanted to put um to good use. This recipe DID NOT disappoint!!! I wasn't sure how I was gonna feel about Nature Flavors Zabaglione, but I took a leap of faith and picked up a 10ml. I am very glad I did cuz its a very fun and interesting "custard type" flavor. Its very light and airy with subtle hints of port wine and what I believe to be a hint of raspberry. I played off that and pumped up the raspberry just a touch with Nature Flavors Black Raspberry. This particular dessert goes great with cookies so I had to throw a little FA Vanilla cookie at it and it did the job very well in the recipe. This is really tasty and if you have FA vanilla cookie already, the Natures flavors concentrates are about as cheap as they come. Dont sleep on this recipe.
Tested on the Citadel @ 0.422 ohms single SS 316L quad core fused clapton in temp control at 437 F
Tested on the Voltrove @ 0.192 dual SS 316L quad core fused claptons in temp control at 430 F around 105 Watts
Tested on the Mongrel with the same coil configuration as the Citadel with equally good results
I've never eaten anything like this before, but in vape form it works so well. This is a Chai Spiced Yogurt with dried figs and apricots. I wanted FLV Chai Spice as my main note so I felt that 1% was enough to allow the OoO Yogurt/ SSA Sweet Yogurt combo to still push through the mix. This also allowed me to use FA Apricot at a lower percentage of 1% as well. The Apricot is very faint and just a light accent note as I intended. The fig does shine through this mix a bit more @ 2% but not so much that it competes with the Chai or the yogurt base. If you prefer to use a different sweetener or leave it out all together, feel free. I like my SS at a half a percent
I wanted another tropical vape but with more creaminess and a touch of strawberry & cooling. This is a variation of my "Summer Wedding" recipe https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/228359#summer_wedding_by_mindfloodz
I used MB Pineapple lassi is this recipe to give a touch of cooling and add a little pineapple to the mix. I like the pairing of WF Passionfruit with CNV Passionfruit and used it as such is this recipe. VT Banana Custard and MB Strawberry Milk work as my smoothie base to carry the weight of the tropical fruit blend. My tropical fruit accents I chose were FLV Ripe Mango and WF Tropical gummy candy to give it a thicker and more syrupy tropical fruit vibe to this mix.
I've vaped over 100mls of this recipe so far and keep coming back to it for more. Its one of my favorite tropical fruit recipes at this point in time. If you mix it up, I hope you enjoy. I appreciate any feedback
I created this for a wedding I am doing the photography for today. Its gonna be a hot one and I wanted something light and refreshing to vape during my down times during my work day today. This recipe came out so much better than I expected. Its a refreshing tropical smoothie with Mango, Pineapple, banana and passionfruit very well balanced in this recipe. The banana custard thickens things up to give it a smoothie like body as well as add to the tropical vibe. The ripe mango also works to thicken this mix with its syrupy goodness. Multivitamin is used to bring out more of the pineapple in the FLV Mango pineapple passionfruit as well as add a bridge between the Mango, banana, pineapple and the passion fruits. I highly suggest this recipe for an amazing summer vape on a hot day outside, you wont be disappointed
Straight up Dannon yogurt with raspberry and boysenberries. Excellent simple mix. This 2 flavor yogurt base combo of ooo and SSA yogurts is one of my favorite yogurt bases that I have come up with. If you try it out, feel free to give me a shout and tell me what you think
I also like to add 1.5% WF Blueberry Jam into his mix for a mixed berry "fruit on the bottom" Dannon yogurt
******** Mexican Fried Ice Cream in this recipe is OSDIY (One Stop DIY brand concentrate)********* All the Flavors does not have OSDIY Mexican Fried Ice Cream as an option to use so I had to use what was available.
I used the OSDIY Mexican Fried Ice Cream as my primary base for the recipe. Its a pretty good "One Shot" fried ice cream flavor.
I added VT Banana Custard to this to get the banana flavor I wanted in this recipe (Its my favorite, I rarely use any other Banana concentrate in most of my dessert recipes that have Banana).
I used Vienna Cream FA to get the slight spiced note I wanted to add to the banana flavor in this recipe while adding to the creaminess of the recipes ice cream notes.
Lastly, I use Custard Premium FA to give the recipe more richness, body and depth to the ice cream flavor as well a boosting the vanilla and butter notes of the OSDIY fried ice cream
This mix was designed to showcase Scandinavian fruits in a Dannon (fruit on the bottom) type yogurt. This has a beautiful bright note of blueberries from the VSO Blueberry paired with the mixed berries in Scandinavian Fruits by SSA. I used Plain Yogurt ooo as my main Yogurt base mixed with a little Sweet Yogurt SSA to really boost the sweetness of the yogurt base and give it a little extra zip to the yogurt notes in this recipe. If you like blueberry yogurt vapes, this could be your new ADV
I wanted Vanilla tobacco to be the main note in this recipe. I used it as 3.5% for that purpose. The tobacco notes are backed up by the Turkish and Native tobaccos. Maple syrup candy adds that Canadian thin maple note I wanted rather that the maple you'd get if using FA Maple Syrup. It blends well with the FLV Vanilla tobacco. I would let this recipe steep at least 5 days.