Will It Waffle??? // Galentines Day Challenge

Will It Waffle??? // Galentines Day Challenge


C: I don’t know why I paused there Because maybe thirteen doesn’t come before fourteen, who knows? I mean, in Spanish we have a whole different thing. Do you? No! Oh! [Laughs] Hi, lovelies! Hii. Obviously, next week, it is Valentine’s Day. Dun, dun, duuuun! Claud and I did a little Valentine’s thing yesterday with our lesbian Disney Princess Chapstick Challenge. Which you should obviously definitely watch. But Clara and I are big ‘Parks and Recreation’ fans so we’ve decided that we are also going to be celebrating… C: Woohooo! Best day of the year. Basically means you celebrate your friends – your female friends – and it’s the day before Valentine’s February 13 Leslie Knope celebrates Galentine’s with all her female friends and what does Leslie love more than Ben? (Or almost as much as Ben) It’s waffles! J: So, we’re going to make waffles! But not only that, because I can’t eat regular waffles, we’re going to do a ‘Can It Waffle?’ challenge and see: Do these things waffle? Our first recipe is going to involve this beautiful thing Bloody heavy! It looks like an oud. I think Leslie will be very pleased with that. Anyone who watches Doctor Who is enjoying themselves right now. The celeriac recipe just involves salt and pepper, an egg (that almost rolled away), and some onion granules, and garlic granules. Now, all the recipes that we’re doing today, you can find on my blog – – except for recipe number two, which not only can you find on my blog; you can also find in the video that’s in the card that is now above. Ooo, there you go. Well, I think this is the one that’s most likely to waffle, to be honest. It’s–this is my pumpkin cupcake batter that I’m thinking should make a good waffle. It does look like it should. It looks like a batter! Onto recipe number three. The recipe for this one can also be found on my blog and this involves some mashed sweet potato (C: Whaaat?!) J: with some cheddar and some eggs and, if I think it’s too runny, some coconut flour. J: I’ve never made this one before. We’re going to see; that’s why it’s number three. OK, first thing we need to do… …is grate this beast. C: How? You look so enthused by this(!) Come on, it might not be the worst thing you’ve ever tasted. C: Or it may be! That’s neither here nor there! Really. Ooooo. Fancy! C: All right. That doesn’t look too bad! C: Mm, no, I guess…! J: You’ve got to give me that, come on. C: It looks good. Thank you! You ready to try? I am ready. You know what? I actually – I’m one of those people who puts sweet and savoury together. C: I’m not a big fan of that. J: So, I would actually sweeten these, personally. Yeah, the waffle maker I have is the Scandinavian version, so if you are watching this from the US these are not the thick, round that, you know, you see on TV. J: Mmhm! C: It’s fine, but… C: You could put cheese. J: Oh, yeah! Maybe grate some Parmesan on top? That would be delightful, actually. C: Would be better. OK, next up! C: Sorry, I’m still chewing. Come on, you like my pumpkin – C: I like the pumpkin one. J: You like the pumpkin cupcakes; you’re gonna like them as waffles. C: Yeah. J: If they waffle. Are you ready? C: Yeah. J: I’m excited for this. J: I’m excited. You ready? C: Yeah. J: You ready? J: You ready?! J: Oh! J: Oh, little stuck! J: Oh, no! C: Oh, they’re attaching! J: Oh, no! You told me this was non-stick! J: Nooo. J: I feel lied to! C: Oh, boy! J: What is this, Clara?! J: Oh, dear. Oh, they are–they do actually detach from each other but it’s good. J: So good. J: Oh, my God. J: Mmm. See, whipped cream would be really great with this. Yeah, no, I’m totally with you there. God, whipped cream would be nice. Or some maple syrup. C: Ooo, yeah. This is what Galentine’s Day is all about. [Clara laughs] C: Screw friends… bring waffles. J: Yeah! Well, hello. We did not in any way forget to charge the camera and thus have to turn to the other camera to film the rest of this. C: Nope. J: That didn’t happen! So, number three in the ‘Does it waffle?’ J: Ooo. I don’t know, to be honest, whether this is going to work. C: It looks exciting. What do you think, waffle aficionado? I am worried about the cheese. J: OK. I’m not sure if it’s actually gonna stick on the non-stick…pan J: Because my idea is, right? You can make hash browns using left-over potatoes, so can’t we make waffles the same way? So, we have a sweet potato mushed up – obviously, no skin – and then two eggs some cheddar cheese some baking powder and some salt. For quantities, look at the blog. It’s all in the description! I would be very excited about sweet potato if I hadn’t had any potato in ten years. It’s been ten years, guys! I think I would be more upset if I had to stop eating cheese than carbs. J: I was never really a cheese lover. Claudia got this cheese from my Mum for Christmas and it… Like, I thought I was going to vomit every time I went near it. OK! Coming up! Will it waffle? That’s my waffle preparation. J: Oooo! Let’s dig in! C: Mmmm. J: That is really nice. Yeah, get some chives in there; pop some sour cream on top. So, there you go, lovelies! There are three ‘Will it waffle?’ waffles for you to enjoy. Give us a big ‘thumbs up’ if you have liked this video and our beautiful waffles and you can find all of the recipes in the description. Comment below with what kind of waffles you think we should do next time or any other food challenges that I should give Clara! C: They’re always a challenge for me but I learn a lot of every time! J: For your chance to win a bunch of amazing Valentine’s gifts, click the link in the description. [Ping!]

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