Used in 531 recipes at an average of 1.306%.
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.
Banana and Nilla Wafer cake for this weeks episode of The Mixin Vixens:
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When I look at this picture I, for whatever reason, am reminded of those glorious Windmill cookies. They were spiced cookies with a little bit of almond in them. I quite liked them as a kid. (not as common to find now and last I had them, were disappointing in comparison with what I remembered) So this is my attempt to turn that cookie into a cake with some glaze on it.
OOO cake has an inherent almond note in it already with a little glaze note. FW White cake to add to cake note. JF Cookie butter for the spice note. Toasted almond to enhance almond. VT frosting to add slightly to the glaze as it was not pronounced enough and to add sweetness and vanilla note as well.
A spicy decadent Carrot Cake with Vanilla Buttercream Frosting....
Soon it will be that time of year. A chill in the air. Along with the chill comes the spiced pumpkin lattes and cakes. I'll be honest. I can't stand carrot cake. Carrots in a cake??? Hmmmm no. VTA Carrot Cake as a vape?? Amazing!!! The sweet spot is at 5%. It is a wonderfully deep-rounded cake. I wanted to give the cake a spicy aspect. I didn't have to look far. FLV Pumpkin Spice compliments VTA Carrot Cake wonderfully. This stuff is strong so I only needed .7%. VTA Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is a deep and delicious cream. It's so buttery and thick. With VTA Carrot Cake there's no need to add that many flavors. I kept it simple and I'm really enjoying it.
Enjoy and share your feedback.
This is a Banana Nut Bread, how i dream from.
I build it round the TPA Banana Nut Bread flavour, whitch is delish on its own.
I iterate over much flavours. The Vanilla Butter Cream Frosting gave me the last small point, i was missing.
The flavours itself have so much sweetnes that there is no need to add sweetener. But if you have more than one sweet tooth,
fell free to add some.
I hope you enjoy.
I wanted a truly decadent and thick Vanilla Cream, I believe I have achieved this. Tested on an Asmodus C4 at 50w with 0.33ohm Dual fused claptons and a Profile 1.5 0.2ohm mesh at 75w.
3 weeks required for everything to blend together, this then remains stable for at least 6 months.
The main cream is made up of FLV Cream which adds some buttery and realistic dairy cream notes to this mix at 1%, Devon Cream is used to further enhance amd thicken up that cream which it achieves at 2% and Vape Train Vanilla Cream which adds a further dairy element this is very sweet cream like whillst also adding a rich Vanilla Note
Vanilla buttercream frosting at 1% sweetens this mix up and adds some sweet and grainy texture while adding a sweet complex Vanilla along with the wonderful buttercream notes, I originally tried 2% which made this mix a little dry and waxy, I backed it right off to 0.5% which didn't provide enough of what I wanted, finally 1% is the sweet spot for this mix.
Vanilla pudding at 2.5% thickens this mix up with it's silky and thick pudding like mouthfeel whilst also building on the vanilla profile,
Finally FA Vanilla Bourbon is used to tie all the Vanillas together with it's own dark vanilla notes that play well with Vape trains rich and bright complex vanilla's, creating a thick Dairy Cream mix with deep and rich Vanilla notes
This is a perfectly balanced blend of Forest Fruits and Honeydew Melon with a Vanilla cream background.
Tested on a Wotofo Profile 1.5 RDA with 0.2ohm Mesh at 75w.
This is a little unbalanced after a shake with everything coming together after 7 days, it just becomes creamier with the fruit notes remaining upfront the longer it's left.
FA Forest Fruits is my go to blend to use when I want a blackcurrant forward forest fruit mix used at 3% here to give a beautiful blackcurrant with mixed berries iimcludong Cherries and Raspberry, in the background, I tried using it higher but I ended up losing the balance of fruits I wanted at this % it plays wonderfully with the authentic, juicy and sweet HoneyDew Melon from Jungle Flavours at 1.5% this sits just in the background of the forest fruits without being harsh or overpowering.
My Vanilla Cream background consists of LB Vanilla Ice Cream at 4% to give a buttery and thick Ice Cream, for me the Vanilla in this needs some enhancement as well as it being a little 'flat' on it's own, VT Vanilla Cream at 1.5% fills in that role enhancing the creaminess of the LB with it's sweet cream like body and it's slightly dark vanilla tones. Finally VT Vanilla buttercream frosting adds the 3d edge with sweetening up the ice cream and adding a little more depth to the vanilla.