A giant heart-shaped lollipop,
a tiny winged milkshake, a huge romantic Oreo, and a big cookie that redicts your future love! Watch our new video to find out how to prepare big and small yummies to celebrate Valentine’s Day! Rosie’s been working on her signature dish all day! These mini heart pancakes are made
with love for her boyfriend! Mix one egg and 1/3 cup of sugar. Add 1/3 cup vegetable oil,
1 cup flour, and 1 cup milk. Mix the batter. Put a frying pan on medium heat. Use a spoon to lay out the batter in a heart shape. Fry the pancakes on both sides. Stack the pancakes when they’re finished. Decorate them with berries. And pour raspberry syrup over them. Rosie got caught up talking
to her boyfriend on the phone! And here comes Rosie’s brother Ben! What cute little hearts! Ben loves breakfast food! He eats the whole portion!
Poor Rosie! She’s about to have a rage attack! How could you do this to me?! I’ll never forgive you!!! Saint Valentine himself saw
this argument between the siblings! On his day, he doesn’t want anyone to fight. He calls Mrs. Gonzalez! And asks her to help the kids make up! She agrees right away! Since she’s getting lonely anyway. Another moment – and Ben and Rosie
appear in Mrs. Gonzalez’s kitchen! They flew here on the wings of love! How unexpected! First off, Mrs. Gonzalez wants to treat
her dear guests with some red velvet cake! We’ll need a pretty big portion! Beat 4 ounces of softened butter
with 2 cups of sugar in a mixer. Beat in one egg, 1 cup milk, 2 cups flour and a teaspoon of baking soda. Keep beating until the batter is smooth. Pour in 2 ounces of hot water. And put in 2 level tablespoons of cocoa powder. Add red food coloring. Use a pastry bag to spread the batter out
in a heart shape on parchment paper. Bake it for 8 minutes at 350 degrees. To make the icing,
beat 3 and a half ounces of whipping cream and 1/4 cup powdered sugar. Add 7 ounces of Philadelphia cream cheese. Spread the icing out over the finished cake. And cover it with a second cake,
made according to the same recipe. Being in this kitchen is definitely
not these kids’ cup of tea! But it’s too late to run! Well, I guess we’ll just have
to eat this red velvet heart shaped whoopie pie! My gosh, its red flavor is so yummy! But now I’m sad
there wasn’t enough for us to have seconds. The first step in making these kids behave:
a baking competition! Mrs. Gonzalez asks the siblings
to make an unusual dessert for her! Working together brings people closer! It looks like Ben made some inedible goo! Stop! No one can leave Mrs. Gonzalez’s kitchen!
Finally, the dessert is done! Check out these giant fortune cookies! Beat three egg whites with a mixer. Add a cup of powdered sugar. And keep beating until the egg whites
are in stiff peaks. Pour in 3/8 of a cup of melted butter. And add in 1/2 a cup of flour. Mix the ingredients. Add food coloring to part of the mix. Spread the mixture out on parchment paper
in a circle shaped thin layer. Bake it for 4 to 6 minutes at 350 degrees. Put a romantic message into the hot cookie. And quickly fold it into a fortune cookie shape. Make a whole set of cookies of different colors with different messages. The cookies turned out colorful and crunchy! Great job! Mrs. Gonzalez reads Ben’s fortune!
How sweet! It looks like Ben was inspired
by the spirit of Saint Valentine! The siblings have to learn how to work together! That’s why Mrs. Gonzalez gives them
a new joint task! Ready, set, cook! Melt white chocolate in a Ziploc bag. Cut off one corner. Draw a mirrored M&M’s logo
in the bottom of a heart-shaped silicone baking mold. Let it cool. Melt dark chocolate in a double boiler. Pour it into the mold
and spread it over the sides. When the chocolate sets,
remove it from the mold. Fill it with M&M’s. Spread out a layer of melted chocolate
on a silicone mat. Make a print using the heart mold. Cut the chocolate once it’s cooled. And attach the lid using more melted chocolate. The kids made a big M&M for two! The result is romantic and chocolatey! But once again, Rosie and Ben didn’t share! They broke the heart instead!
And got a lot of M&M’s as a result. Ben and Rosie are learning another useful life hack
for a romantic kitchen from Mrs. Gonzalez! But they’re still managing to fight! To become the favorite of the Culinary Cupid,
Ben made a sweet pink milkshake! Melt white chocolate. Pipe it out onto parchment paper in a wing design. Pour a ready milkshake into a small glass. Insert the cooled chocolate wings. Decorate it with mini marshmallows. And insert straws. Ben gives his angelic little milkshake to Mrs. Gonzalez!
Clever boy! Mrs. Gonzalez can’t resist a sweet milkshake! Especially when an angel
like Bennie gives it to her! Rosie’s mad that Ben’s such a kiss-up! She wants to go home,
but nobody’s letting her leave! Don’t be sad, angel! Mrs. Gonzalez made you some
rice krispy treats to cheer you up — and they’re a girl’s best friend! Melt 1/4 cup of butter. Pour in some marshmallows
and melt it all together. Add the same amount of rice krispies as marshmallows. Mix everything together,
then wait for it to cool a little. Make the letters X and O out of the warm mass. Color part of the mixture with food coloring. And make the same letters
out of the pink and red mix. Organize the letters into a cute display. Mrs. Gonzalez offers the rice krispy
treats to Rosie and Ben! Because they’ll only be able to make valentines for their friends
and lovers if they work together! Hugs and kisses for everyone! Now dig in! There’s magic at work again! Rosie’s suddenly back at home! With a sweet gift
so she doesn’t forget her experience! Put on two pairs of gloves, thick fabric ànd rubber ones,
so you don’t burn your hands on the caramel. Mix 3 1/3 cups of sugar,
7 ounces of corn syrup and 2 ounces of water. Cook it over medium heat for 10 minutes. Add red food coloring to the caramel. Pour the mixture out onto a silicone mat. Use a rubber spatula to shape a heart. Insert a skewer. Pack the cooled lollipop
into plastic wrap and tie a bow. Ànd Ben’s at home, too!
And he’s holding a big heart-shaped Oreo! Add 5 and a half spoons of cocoa powder
to a cup of flour. Also add 1 and a half teaspoons of leavening and 1 2/3 ounces of vanilla sugar. Mix it. Separately, mix 10 tablespoons of sugar and 5 and 1/3 ounces of softened butter. Beat in two eggs. And pour in the dry ingredients. Mix the chocolatey dough. Divide it in half, wrap it in cling film, and refrigerate it for half an hour. Mix 1 2/3 ounces milk, 1 2/3 ounces butter, and a cup of powdered sugar. Beat it to get icing. Gradually add strawberry jam
and pink food coloring. Fill a pastry bag with the cream. And let it chill for an hour. Print out a mirrored picture of a heart-shaped Oreo. Lay a sheet of plastic on top and trace the design with hot glue. Roll out the dough. And cut it out along the template. Place the dough on a baking sheet
and make an imprint. Bake it for 15 minutes at 340 degrees. Coat the cookie with the pink frosting. Decorate it with sprinkles and gummy hearts. Cover it with a second cookie. What an adventure! Mrs. Gonzalez’s sweet presents look so yummy. Ben and Rosie finally understand that they should exchange
these gifts with each other! So they trade their sweet treats! Mmm, delicious!
Heart-shaped desserts have a magical power! They help a brother and sister make up forever! And everything’s back to normal! Time for a pillow fight! Mrs. Gonzalez couldn’t be happier with this ending! The Culinary Cupid saved the day! Did you like our heartfelt desserts? Then let us know in the comments: what sweet treat will you make
for your better half on Valentine’s Day? And don’t forget to like this video, subscribe to our channel, and click on the bell so you don’t miss any new interesting recipes
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