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  • Ro: Hey, I’m Ro,

  • Ro: And welcome to Nerdy Nummies with Dodger! Dodger: Hello!

  • Ro: My special guest. Dodger: Very excited to be here. Ro: From press

  • Ro: heart to continue and coffee time. We, little ladies, is going to

  • Ro: make for you, mushroom cake pops today! Dodger: It’s gonna be awesome.

  • Ro: Yes, were gonna make 1-ups andWhat’s the red one called?

  • Dodger: I don’t knowMushrooms. Ro: Power Mushrooms? I think theyre called

  • Ro: Power Mushrooms. Dodger: Were gonna make powThe mushrooms that make you big.

  • Ro: Yeah I’m excited. Dodger: Which we could both use, soRo: Yeah, were gonna be like

  • Dodger: It’s gonna work out great. Ro: Perfect! Dodger: Hey, and I don’t have to

  • Dodger: sit in a chair, like all of your other guests.

  • Ro: Yeah, this is the first time, on Nerdy Nummies, where, we don’t have to

  • Ro: adjust this camera angle, were both petitelil ladies here.

  • Dodger: I’m really excited about that. Ro: Me too!

  • Ro: Let’s get started!

  • Dodger: Today, what you will need is a giant bowl, some creamy frosting, yes?

  • Ro: Mmmhmm, creamy, no whipped! Dodger: Not whipped frosting, creamy! You will

  • Dodger: need a cake, already made, already done with that part. Ro: All ready!

  • Dodger: Some lollipop sticks, and some wax paper. Ro: Yes, you shall also need

  • Ro: big marshmallows, not the little marshmallows, green chocolate, which we will

  • Ro: melt, and red chocolate, which we will also melt. And these!

  • Dodger: What are those? Ro: I don’t know what these are, I found them in the

  • Ro: flower section, but it’s basically just foam. 2 Foam to stick

  • Ro: the cake pops in. Dodger: Foam. Ro: And, fancy frosting squirt bags.

  • Dodger: I’m really excited about the frosting squirt bags. Ro: I think the

  • Dodger: I think the squirt bags are gonna be the best part of this.

  • Ro: And a little bit of black food coloring dye. For their little eyeballs.

  • Ro: Let’s get crackin. Dodger: Let’s do it.

  • Ro: We are cutting the cake, pre-made cake. Dodger: Are we doing it in fourths?

  • Ro: In half, oh yeah, let’s do that, do it in 4. Dodger: OK.

  • Ro: Into pieces because what youre gonna do with the cake is youre gonna make

  • Ro: cake crumbles in our big mixing bowl. Rub those 2 together, it rubs the

  • Ro: 2 together in the bowl! Dodger: Like this? Uh-haha it put’s the lotion

  • Dodger: on it’s skin. OK. Ro: Yeah, so you just, ber-ber-ber-ber-ber

  • Ro: Making zeh crumbs. Dodger: Oh I see, well, this isWell, pfffft, yeah!

  • Ro: And, you can also break em up with your fingers, if this isn’t.

  • Dodger: Look at this. Ro: Perfect. Dodger: Magic.

  • Ro: Welcome to baking. Dodger: This is going so well. Ro: Were making cake

  • Ro: pops today! Dodger: Huge chunks going in.

  • Ro: Ta-da! When it is done it should look like that, a whole bowl of crumbles.

  • Dodger: It feels really awesome when you put your hand in it too.

  • Ro: It’s like really soft. Add 1 can of frosting. Dodger: OK, the whole thing?!?

  • Ro: Yeah, ready? Dodger: Wow that’s really thick! Ro: OH! Oh! Dodger: OH!

  • Dodger: Oh it’s all going wrong. Are we? OK, do we just like mix

  • Dodger: it in with your hands? Ro: Mmmhmmm. Dodger: I’m on it. Oh it’s getting

  • Dodger: like, superIt’s like dough the more that you put in. Ro: Yeah.

  • Dodger: The more that you put in it, like firms up a lot. Ro: Yeah knead it like

  • Ro: dough. And the ratio that I use is just one cake, one cake mix, with one frosting.

  • Ro: Take a gander. Dodger: Behold. Ro: It should get really mushy like that.

  • Dodger: Really sticky. Ro: And basically what were gonna do next, is instead of

  • Ro: making like little meatballs, were gonna make little cake balls.

  • Ro: So if youre Italiano. Dodger: Oh my, this will be easy. Ro: You know

  • Ro: how toDodger: Easy mode. Ro: Yeah, know how to roll a meat-a-ball!

  • Dodger: Alright, let’s do it. Ro: Same difference, let’s do this.

  • Ro: So weve got the tray lined with wax paper, were gonna roll these little

  • Ro: cake balls and then put them in the freezer for about 15 minutes.

  • Dodger: 15 minutes? Ro: Yeah, let’s get this goin. Dodger: OK, how big should

  • Dodger: they be? LikeRo: Kinda smaller, because if theyre too heavy

  • Ro: theyll fall down the cake pole. The cakeDodger: I feel like my hands are

  • Dodger: not going to be good at this right now.

  • Ro: Just gonna stick him on the tray. Dodger: What does wax paper do? Why use

  • Dodger: wax paper? Ro: It’s so they won’t stick to this surface, apparently

  • Ro: nothing sticks to wax paper. Dodger: What? Ro: They use it to separate like

  • Ro: everything in baking.

  • Ro: Now, we are done with our cake pop meatballs, and were gonna put them in

  • Ro: the freezer for about 15 minutes.

  • Ro: While those are in the freezer, were gonna heat these up in the microwave for

  • Ro: 30 seconds, our colored chocolates. Dodger: Ah were holding our colors.

  • Ro: Oh, cause were so like that! Dodger: MagicalRo: Yeah, so organized.

  • Dodger: Yeah. Ro: Yeah, and were gonna be super efficient because while these

  • Ro: are in the microwave, youre gonna take your big, jumbo marshmallows, and

  • Ro: were gonna chop these in half. Dodger: Doin 3 things at once.

  • Ro: Yeah, efficiency. Dodger: What? Efficiency! Ro: Efficiency. Pff-pfff-pff!

  • Ro: These, are really, really hot so be careful. They came out of the microwave,

  • Ro: Theyre all nice and melted. So what you do is, you, um, take one of the

  • Ro: half cut little marshmallows. And you stick him like halfway down the stick.

  • Dodger: Halfway down? Ro: Yeah, so he won’t get. Dodger: Like here?

  • Ro: Yeah, so he won’t get any dye on him. And then you dip him in the frosting,

  • Ro: the tip, get a little on there, it’s kind of like glue. Dodger: Like that?

  • Ro: And then take a little cake ball and stick it in the bottom.

  • Dodger: OK, ooh, these are cold. Ro: But don’t put him in all the way, cause,

  • Dodger: Because it will fall through? Ro: Because it will fall through.

  • Dodger: OK, so then do I push this back up? Ro: A little bit. You want to

  • Ro: pull him down. Dodger: Oh so down a little bit? Ro: So he won’t get the

  • Ro: red on him. Dodger: OK. Ro: Just kidding.

  • Ro: OK I’m excited, I’m excited. OK, um straight down, don’t swirl it.

  • Dodger: No swirling? Ro: Just straight down and back up. Dodger: Ah, ah, oh no!

  • Ro: Oh no! Both: OH! Ro: First one, perfect!

  • Ro: Sometimes they do that, the hardest thing about cake pops is, when you

  • Ro: pull it down, sometimes the chocolate wants to suck it off. So you

  • Ro: It’s a tricky thing. OK, so dip this tip. Dodger: OK. Ro: Got a lot

  • Ro: of frosting on there. Then stick him in there. Were gonna dip him straight down.

  • Ro: And I go really, really slow. Dodger: Oh you, like, submerge it all the way.

  • Ro: And then just hope it doesn’t fall off. Dodger: Oh, oh. Ro: Seriously.

  • Dodger: Oh dang, look at that. Ro: That is luck! Dodger: Submerging I think

  • Dodger: helps it a lot. Ro: I just twirl it a little bit so that the excess

  • Dodger: So it evens out. Ro: Can fall off. Ro: I saw this on, I think it’s

  • Ro: Cake Bella, she is the creator of cake pops, she taps it a little bit.

  • Ro: And then were gonna stick it over here, in the foam, while it’s drying.

  • Dodger: OK. Ro: And then well push up, oh I think it can go, I’m not sure.

  • Ro: Yeah, I think it’s OK.

  • Ro: Oh no! Here we go, here we go. Oh I’m… I’m just gonna keep doing this

  • Ro: until it drips because lastDodger: Just keep on, when you turn it, it’s

  • Dodger: the turning! Ro: No, nooooo!!!

  • Dodger: I’m really depressed.

  • Ro: 1, 2 up. Dodger: Boom! AH! Ro: 1, 2 up, 1, 2 up. It’s up, it’s up.

  • Dodger: It looks great, it looks great, it looks great, I don’t want to jinx it.

  • Dodger: I don’t want to jinx it but it looks fantastic.

  • Ro: I’m gonna hold it right there, it ain’t going nowhere!

  • Ro: Out of 100, we made 1… Hahahaha!

  • Dodger: I think this one is my favorite. It literally is like raaaaaaah! It’s terrible.

  • Ro: Dodge is up, were gonna do this. Dodger: I’m putting so much,

  • Dodger: so much frosting on this time.

  • Ro: Straight down. Dodger: Straight down. Ro: Down and gentile, up,up, up and twist!

  • Ro: Haaaaah! Dodger: I didn’t go quiteungghhh deep enough.

  • Ro: I like it. Dodger: This one kind of looks like he has an elvis hair-do.

  • Ro: Yeah, he has hair-do! Dodger: He’s like, oh hey, got my hair did.

  • Ro: He’s got some cake in his hair. Dodger: At the mushroom kingdom salon, oh

  • Dodger: yeah he does. Ro: Yeah he does. Dodger: Shhh, what cake?

  • Dodger: So, we learned stuffWe learned that, um, the cake pop, like the actual

  • Dodger: breading needs to be really cold. Ro: Really frozen! Dodger: Yeah,

  • Dodger: like, if you let it thaw at all, the stick goes right through it.

  • Ro: They fall, so the first ones that we did, we didn’t have any issues with them

  • Ro: falling down, but then over here, they started to get warmer from the freezer.

  • Ro: And then we put them back in the freezer, soFreeze, freeze.

  • Dodger: Freeze. Ro: Do these when they are very cold. Dodger: Cake popsFreeze.

  • Ro: Later on they started to actually look like little mushrooms. Dodger: Yeah, and

  • Dodger: we learned, we learned the, uh, the commit technique. Ro: Yeah.

  • Dodger: You dip and then you pff. Ro: Yeah, dip and then commit. Dodger: Yeah,

  • Dodger: you commit, you can’t just, like, gradually let it drip while youNo,

  • Dodger: itll fall. Ro: They fall all over the place.

  • Ro: So now were gonna let these dry, and were gonna decorate the pretty ones.

  • Ro: And the fuglies.

  • Ro: Ta-da. Dodger: Ta-da.

  • Ro: These are our fancy mushroom cake pops that we made. Dodger: Don’t they look great?

  • Ro: I kind of like this guy, but I also like the REALLY angry guy. I don’t know if

  • Ro: you guys can see him in the back but he’s just like, so angry that he’s so fail.

  • Ro: I like the one that just says WHY? This little guy, look at him. WHY?!?!

  • Dodger: So thanks for watchingNo but, Ro: Thanks for watching.

  • Dodger: we actually do have, like, ones that. Ro: Yeah, just kidding!

  • Ro: So these were the mess-up ones, and the ones that actually kind of turned out,

  • Ro: that actually look kind of cute. Dodger: Yay!

  • Ro: Fa-da! Dodger: Wee!

  • Dodger: So some of them did good. Ro: Theyre so cute! I don’t know, I have to pick

  • Ro: my favorite one. I don’t know. I really like, uhhhh

  • Ro: Thanks for watching another episode of Nerdy Nummies, I will put Dodge’s links

  • Ro: down below, and if you have any other suggestions for any other Nerdy Nummies

  • Ro: please let me know, leave me a comment. Let me know which creation you

  • Ro: would like to see next, and we will attempt it. Yes. Dodger: Yes.

  • Ro: Attempt is the word, attempt. Dodger: I will be eating it, so

  • Ro: Hahaha yes! Alright, bye-bye. Dodger: Bye-bye

  • Ro: Cheers. Dodger: Cheers.

  • Ro: For you? Mmm-mmmm!

Ro: Hey, I’m Ro,

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