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  • Hey dudes! I am Hilah, and today on Hilah Cooking we are gonna make McDonald's McGriddle

  • sandwiches. You know the ones with like the pancakes with the maple syrup chunk and the

  • bacon and the eggs and the big ole American cheese slice. So these actually are a huge,

  • huge pain in the ass, and you're probably never going to want to make them at home because

  • you have to dirty like 100 dishes, but stick around I will show you how to do it, and then

  • I have a special surprise I will announce at the end of the video for anyone who dares

  • make it on their own.

  • These McGriddles, truth be told, I have never actually eaten one until I made them myself,

  • but I here tell that they have maple syrup crystals in them which you can buy, but since

  • I have a giant jug a lug here I am gonna make some. So I am gonna put half a cup in this

  • little pot, and I have found. I just recently figured this out. If you put your little candy

  • thermometer, or your deep-fried thermometer in your pot before you put liquid in, it's

  • a lot easier to make sure that you're like actually in the liquid and not touching the

  • bottom of the pot or anything like that. Oh, my God, okay. So then we're gonna put it on

  • like a medium-high heat and bring it up to a boil. We're basically making like maple

  • hard candy. At around 150 degrees it's going to start doing this, so that's when we can

  • just start giving it an occasional stir. If your thermometer is in your way, you can take

  • it out for a moment. We're trying to get this up to about 265, 275 degrees, and it will

  • start to look a little bit darker, and you might to smell a little bit of caramelized

  • sugar as it gets close to that point. So if you don't have a thermometer, this will just

  • take like three or four minutes. Okay, so around, what are at, 225, you can't really

  • see the surface of the maple syrup because it's all bubbly, but you should be able to

  • feel with your spoon that it feels slightly thicker, and also, I mean I can definitely

  • tell it is looking darker already. So at this point you just want to kind of keep a pretty

  • close eye on it, and now the bubbles have some subsided a little bit. We are about 250

  • assuming my thermometer is correct. Okay, I am turning it off. I am calling it done

  • because I can smell maple syrup crystallizing and caramelizing, so that's good. Give it

  • a little stir, and then over here I have got a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

  • I am just gonna pour this on there, and then kind of spread it out with our spoon and it

  • will release from this parchment paper. If you have like a Sil-pat, like a silicone baking

  • mat, you can use one of those two, but I am poor.

  • Okay, and for the love of God do not try to clean the spoon off with your finger please.

  • It will burn you. It's like lava. Okay, so we're gonna let this cool and harden. Oh,

  • gosh, I forget. It will probably take like 15-20 minutes or something, and start soaking

  • this thing right away so it doesn't turn into a crystallized pot. Crystallized pot though,

  • that would be awesome. Okay, so our maple syrup sugar has chilled out for a little while.

  • See if we can just start cranking it up. So I don't know, break it into a few pieces,

  • and you do want to be a little bit careful because these little maple crystals kind of

  • feel like glass sometimes. They are a little sharp. Fold it up into a little parcel, and

  • then just sort of break it up some more [noise]. Okay, that's probably enough dancing. So then

  • we've got a bunch of little maple crystals. So that's done. Now it's time to make our

  • little maple crystal pancakes, a la McDonald's. Okay, for the pancakes I have just made up

  • a batch of my regular old buttermilk pancake mix. I have done a video on that before, so

  • I will link to that recipe. So there you go, pancake, whatever. I am sure that McDonald's

  • does not make their own pancake mix however I would like to point out, and we're gonna

  • turn our stove on to about a medium-high heat, and then I've got these little ring a dings

  • here. Will somebody call a professor. Oh, my God, I am going to dork Hell. Okay, so

  • these are for actually making crumpets or English muffins. I have used them exactly

  • once for that purpose. Today they are going to be pancake forms. So if you don't have

  • these, you could just make pancakes and they won't be perfectly round and you can tell

  • your kids to quit crying and be glad that they have breakfast at all. Or you could make

  • smaller ones by like cutting the top and the bottom end off of a clean and empty tuna can,

  • and that would be, you know, they would be about that big around I guess which would

  • be fine. Okay, so I want to get this pretty well lubed

  • up, and then get your hands a little dirty. I am gonna get just a little bit of butter

  • and grease the inside of each of these rings like so, and I have already got my bacon cooked

  • which I would recommend because I tried to do it with everything at once, and it was

  • just like overwhelming and I almost like threw the stove at banjo, just kidding, I would

  • never hurt him, and this is hot, and I am gonna place my rings in here, and actually

  • I am going to let the rings get a little bit pre-heated too. So you want to make sure you

  • have some tongs nearby so you can remove the rings because they do get really hot. Now,

  • each one of these I want to put about a quarter cup of my pancake batter in there, but I am

  • going to just do about two tablespoons at first. Then drop in a few of my maple crystals.

  • Okay, and then top with another couple of tablespoons. So just like regular pancakes

  • we're going to cook these until we see just some little bubbles start to pop up around

  • the edges. You can already kind of tell what's going on. Okay, so once there's bubbles around

  • the edges, and the edges start to look a little cooked, we can lift off the ring. Okay, there's

  • one. See if this one will go too. Okay, perfecto. Now we can flip them. Oh, my God! Kind of

  • perfect guys. Okay, and then while the pancakes finish up cooking you can cook up your egg.

  • You could do scrambled eggs, fried eggs. I am going to do a fried egg.

  • Time to assemble. So I have got a piece of American cheese here because it's the best.

  • So we'll plop it down like that, and then I've got some bacon that I already cooked,

  • like I said. Top that on there, and then our little egg which I fried in a pan, but I broke

  • the yolk and cooked it all the way through, so it's more like the kind of egg that you

  • find on an egg McMuffin. You can do scrambled, or you could even do like a runny egg if you

  • want to. That, and then we top it with our pancake, viola! It's a homemade, McDonald's

  • griddle sandwich. I call it a McLovell's. Keep in mind I have never actually had a real

  • McDonald's McGriddle, but I am pretty sure this is gonna taste very similar if not much

  • better. These pancakes are hot and fluffy as [bleep]. Fluffy as [bleep] dude. That should

  • be their new motto. Mmmmm. Damn! So you can see the little maple crystals have melted

  • and made little pockets of maple syrup in there. That's how I do it you guys, and now

  • you can do it at home. So there you go. There's how to make your own McGriddle sandwich. I

  • know, like I said, I know this a huge pain and probably one person in the whole world

  • is ever going to do this for real, but that's why I am issuing a challenge. So I have done

  • giveaways for people on Twitter and Facebook and stuff like that. This one is for YouTube,

  • so I challenge you Tubes, Tubers, mmmm, to make a response video of making the homemade

  • McGriddle sandwich and post it, and the first person to post a response video will win a

  • super-awesome prize, including, but not limited to a signed copy of the book, and then some

  • other surprise that I am still thinking of, but I am sure it's going to be radical, and

  • then if there's more than three submissions, I will also pick my favorite, and that person

  • will get a prize too. So there you go! Have it at. Make a response video if you like,

  • and enter to win a special, hand-picked surprise gift pack from me, and this is open worldwide.

  • So mama's got her big purse out. She's ready to roll. Okay, so there you go. If you have

  • any questions about the recipe, leave a comment below, and thank you so much for watching.

  • Please share with your friends. Please thumbs up, favorite, all that stuff, and I will see

  • you guys next time! Bye Bye!

Hey dudes! I am Hilah, and today on Hilah Cooking we are gonna make McDonald's McGriddle

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