字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey guys, it’s Ro! Welcome to another Nerdy Nummies! I have been playing a lot of Mario Kart 8 lately, the new DLC came out and I have been rolling around as Link. Whew, ha! Beep-Beep! So, I thought it would be the perfect time to make something Mario Kart themed. And, we have a very special guest that’s coming today at the end of the show, and when I say special, I mean, like, super special! So, today we are gonna be making Mario Kart 8 Koopa Shell Cake Pops! Let’s get started! The things you will need for your cake pops, will be: 1 chocolate cake, you can use any chocolate cake recipe that you’d like. I’m using a milk chocolate cake and I will put in the description the little recipe, but you can use anything you’d like. You’ll also need 1 tub of chocolate frosting, a styrofoam brick to put your cake pops in. You’ll also need a big mixing bowl to mix it all together. And then to decorate our pops you will need 4 chocolate colors, you’ll need off white, red, blue and green. And of course, you will need some lollipop sticks, a cookie sheet, and a piece of wax paper. Alright, let’s put it all together! The 1st thing that we’re gonna do is crumb the cake, so what you’re gonna do is cut your cake into 4 sections. I’m just taking a sharp cutting knife, going right down the middle, make sure your cake has had plenty of time to cool. Then you’re just gonna pick up 2 slices and you rub ‘em together over the bowl. Rub, rub, rub, rub, rub! Now that we’re done crumbing our cake, now we’re gonna add our frosting and what you want to do is add 75% of this tub, so you can save a little extra for some snacks! And now you’re gonna mix it up. Now that our cake pop dough is ready to go, you’re gonna take your cookie sheet with a piece of wax paper on top so that it doesn’t stick, and we’re gonna roll our little cake pops. And you want your balls to be about an inch and a half big. And then just place it right on top of the baking sheet. Oh you could do some workouts, so I like to do squats, when I’m doing these. Hmmm-hmmm-hmmm. Once you’ve got all your little cake balls rolled, we are going to chill them now. You can either put them in the refrigerator for about 2 hours or you can pop these in the freezer for about 30 minutes, you just want them very cold, but not quite frozen. Once the little cake balls have chilled in the fridge, now we’re gonna attach the lollipop sticks. So I’ve heated up a little bit of our off white melted chocolate in the microwave, and what you’re gonna do is you’re just gonna take a little lollipop stick and a cake ball, and I like to poke a hole first. So I poke the hole about 1/2 way down, and then you’re gonna dip the lollipop into the chocolate, and place it right back in. And then you’re gonna do this to the rest of your cake pops. Now we’ve got all of our little cake pops assembled, we are going to dip them into some chocolate! I poured the off white chocolate into a little cup so that its easier to dip and we’ve got our styrofoam block here on the ready. And remember to poke your holes ahead of time, you don’t want to do it once you’ve already had the pop dipped. Alright, so you’re just gonna take any pop… Da-dew! And remember you want them firm, but not frozen. And then you’re just gonna dip them straight down… Wait till the chocolate touches the end of the stick, wa-dew! And then pull up! Up, up, up, up, up, up, up! Let the excess chocolate drip off into the cup, and then you’re just gonna start spinning your little pop all the way around. And tapping, giving it a little jiggle, letting the excess chocolate drip, drip, drip! Then we’re gonna stick it over here in the foam block, bewp! Now we are gonna decorate our cake pops to look like the 3 different Koopa Shells from Mario Kart. We’ve got our green shells, red shells and the blue shells, which are my favorite. The seek out the leader and they’re the best! That’s why I’m wearing blue today! Blue’s the best! Alright, so what you’re gonna do is you’re gonna take a little cake pop, and we’re just gonna dip it half way. Then let the excess chocolate drip off, just go drip, drip, drip, drip, drip! Then you’re just gonna take your little cake pop and put him back over here to dry. Next we’re gonna make a red shell, here we go. And again, you’re just gonna go halfway down, just eyeball it, don’t need to be fancy. Let the excess chocolate drip off, then stick him over here. Ooooh, let’s do blue, my favorite! Halfway down, let the excess chocolate drip off. Then you’re gonna dip the rest of your cake pops. Once you’ve dipped all of your cake pops to look like the 3 different shell colors, now we’re gonna add a few final touches for decoration. I am using fondant, but you can use frosting if you’d like. I am just going to be making the rim that goes around the shell. What I got going on down here is I just taped down a piece of wax paper, so that the fondant doesn’t stick to your surface, a little white fondant. And then I’ve rolled it out, like so. Now you’re just gonna take a cake pop, bewp! And I have a, ohhhhh what’s down here? Extra piece of foam! So you’re gonna take your rolled out fondant, just put it at the edge connecting the green and the white, and then on the 2 sides you’re gonna bring up the fondant so that it looks just like the shell. And, here it is, reeeeeeeeewww! And you’re gonna do that to all of the rest of your pops. This next part is completely optional, we are gonna be adding some decoration details to top of our shells with these icings. We have 3 different decorative icings, we have red, to match the red shell, green to match the green and blue to match the blue. And I’ve put a number 2 tip on the end of each of these for a little bit more control. OK, so I’m gonna start with red and I’m gonna be drawing little hexagons, all the way around making the turtle shell design. As I’m drawing the designs on with the icing I’m also using a toothpick to make little adjustments. We’ve got our shells decorated and now we are going to make the gap where the little Koopa would be living, the little hole, little turtle shell hole. I’ve got black icing with a number 2 tip at the end for a little bit more control. It’s gonna look just that and we’re gonna do it on both sides on each of our cake pops. Now we’re gonna decorate using the last icing color, this is off-white frosting and again I put it in a plastic bag with a number 2 tip at the end. We’re gonna flip our little cake pop upside down and we’re gonna be putting 4 lines on the bottom of the shell to look like the little turtle! This is just for the blue one, it is the final decoration step, we are gonna add some little spikes to these shells. I have rolled little fondant to look like little spikes, but if you are not a fan of fondant you can also use white little chocolate chips or any other candy. You can get creative with it! So you’re just gonna take your little spike, ee-hee-hee, it’s a unicorn Koopa shell! Ta-da! Here are our Mario Kart 8 Koopa Shell Cake Pops, I hope you guys like enjoyed them, I love making them. But, I wonder what the creator of Mario would think of them… Let’s ask him! As promised, I have a very special guest today! Ro: Mr. Shigeru Minamoto please come in, and his friend Bill from Nintendo! Ro: Hello guys! Both: Hello. Ro: Thank you for being here! I need to know, do these look like Koopa Shells? Ro: Yes or no? Bill(Translating): These are amazing! Bill(Translating): Is there a, is there a turtle inside these shells? Ro: Bahahaha, well there’s a lot of chocolate inside of them. Bill(translating): We have a, we have a course in Mario Kart 8 called Sweet Sweet Canyon, Bill(translating) : I think these belong right there. Ro: Yes! I love that course, it is one of my favorites. Ro: I absolutely love Mario Kart and Legend of Zelda, they’re like my favorite Ro: games, and I was just wondering if maybe you could tell me, what do you have Ro: coming up for 2015? Bill(translating): There’s a lot that’s coming, but the projects I can talk about, Bill(translating): 1 of them is Yoshi’s Wooly World Ro: Mmmmmm! Bill(Translating): And there’s a new Mario Party game coming out. RO: I love Mario Party! Bill(translating): And Mario Party is going to be using amiibo Bill(translating): There's a, we have a lot of different amiibo that are out there but Bill(translating): with Mario Party 10 we have some fun things that we are Bill(translating): doing with amiibo in that game. Ro: I’m so excited, oh my gosh! Bill(translating): Next year is the 30th anniversary of the release of the Bill(translating): Original Super Mario Brothers. Ro: Yes! Bill(translating): So we’re gonna have some fun with Mario games, but 1 game Bill(translating): That we’re gonna release next year is Mario Maker. Bill(translating): Which is a game where you can create your own super Mario Brothers Bill(translating): courses to play. Ro: Are you guys having a party? For this 30th anniversary and can I come? Bill(translating): You're gonna come to Japan? Ro: Yeah, yeah! Bill(translating): We even have some games for people who are really big gamers, Bill(translating): one of them is, is this game which is called Splatoon. Ro: Splatoon, it looks so cute! Bill(translating): And the main, the main character is, they’re sort of like squid, Bill(translating): but they’re squid that transform into humans. Bill(translating): And there’s, there’s a boy, a squid boy and a squid girl, Bill(translating): but really the squid girl is the main character. Ro: That’s really cool! Bill(translating): I am working on a Star Fox game right now, I think I told you Bill(translating): about… Ro: Yes, yes, yes! Bill(translating): Yoshi’s Wooly World too.