Kalen, 3 Cookies, 5 Minutes

Kalen, 3 Cookies, 5 Minutes


Happy “Satur-kay,” y’all. Now listen, Halloween is
right around the corner, and it’s arts and crafts
time for the little terrors in school. So I thought I wanted to
join in on the festivities. So today, I will be decorating
some Halloween themed cookies but with a twist. I’ll be shown three
pictures that I will need to recreate onto
these cookies here in 5 minutes. So buckle up y’all because
it’s about to be a spooky ride. It’s time for Kalen
versus the clock. [MUSIC PLAYING] All right, tell me what
I will be creating today. [MOANING] Ooh, a little ghost-y. OK, I can make a little Casper. That works. [MOANING] Oh, we love a good
jack-ó-lantern. That’s cute. OK. [MOANING] Oh, now that’s a little hard. How am I gonna do
this in 5 minutes? And start. Thank you. Wonderful. OK, I think I’ll do the outline
of the eyes and the mouth first. OK, so let me do the eye. I think one eye’s
bigger than the other. OK. This ain’t coming out. Oh, there it goes. Ooh, this is kind of hard. Ooh, I’m messing it up already. [MUSIC PLAYING] Four minutes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5– he’s
got four tentacles. Four– I said
there was 5, right? He got four tentacles. Five– boom. Great. OK, then I got to come up, and
then we got another hand here. Great. How many fingers does he got? Four. OK, because he’s a ghost. He lost a finger when he died. Boom. Wow. Great. OK, what is– oh, oh, oh, god. Stop! Stop the time. Stop time. Stop time. OK, so now I’m going
to fill in the ghost, and we’re gonna start the
clock after I finish that. Great? OK. Am I cheating? Yes, but that’s fine. Mind your business. I’m not very good at this. Let’s start the clock again. I’m gonna move on
to jack-ó-lantern. Ready? Go. Oh, you started it over. Well, hey, that’s
more time for me. I’m gonna just go, OK? Here we go. Now let me make the eye. OK, I never liked
making jack-ó-lanterns. It was too much work. Especially when they get some
real bougie ones that had like all the faces and stuff. And then you had to
put the paper on there, and poke the holes,
and then cut it. That’s too much work, baby. I ain’t got time for all that. OK, he only got one
tooth at the top. He should’ve went
to the dentist more. Maybe I do need to
go on Food Network– you know, a little
Food Network challenge. OK, what time? OK, I’m good. OK. Huh? Maybe you should talk about how
much time has already passed? What do you mean, what
time has already passed? Like, it’s been 5
minutes already. No, it hasn’t been
5 minutes already. That says 3 minutes
and 0 seconds. I have plenty of time. I have plenty of time. I don’t know what clock
you was looking at. Look at this. I told y’all I could
do this in 5 minutes. OK, now I’m gonna do one
straight down the middle. There we go. Boom. Oh, oh, I almost forgot the top. I need the stem. Oh, that’s how you
do the filling in. Wow. I figured it out, y’all. But I ain’t got time
to be doing that now. So I’m gonna go
do this last one. OK, what’s this one? The Frankenstein one– great. OK. [MOANING] Frankenstein– here we go. He got a big head. OK, start there- oh, let me
get this orange off of here. OK. 2 minutes. Ooh, them some
strong eyebrow bones. OK, great. Now, I got to give him
his cheekbones– boom. He’s got very strong cheekbones. Good. 1 minute. Wow, I made his chin way
too small, way too small. But it’s OK. You know who he is. OK, now I need to put
the bolts on his chin. Boom, boom, boom. OK, now here again. What’s my time? What’s my time? Oh, Jesus. Oh. 30 seconds! OK. Let me put his eyes. Those are the most important. OK, so boom. I may be able to
finish this, y’all. How much time? 22 seconds. 22 seconds. 22 seconds, y’all. 22 seconds. OK, there goes the eyeball. There goes the eyeball. There goes the eyeball. There goes the eyeball. OK, we need a mouth. We need a mouth. We need a mouth. OK, here comes my mouth. Here comes my mouth. Boom, boom, boom. Oh, shoot. OK. Nose and green. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Eh. Done. Dang. I really ruined it. All right, now time
for the final reveal. All right, are you ready
to see my masterpiece? Here it comes. Casper, the ghost. [MOANING] And the squiggly is because I
didn’t know how to fill it in. But you get the point. You know, it shows
that he is transparent. That’s why I chose
to do the squiggly. It’s specificity
that’s important. I’m all about details over here. Yeah, I know. That kind of blew
your mind, didn’t it? Next, the jack-ó-lantern. [MOANING] This is good. I can sell this at
a bakery, you know? And now for our final. You know, Frankenstein
wasn’t perfect, and neither is this one. [MOANING] Something happened here. I think he had to sneeze,
and this was the end product. But on the plus side,
the frosting’s good. I was hoping these cookies
would turn out a little bit more “boo-tiful.” But thanks y’all for tuning
in, and may this Halloween be your sweetest one yet. [BELL] [DRUMBEATS] [MUSIC PLAYING]

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