– Welcome to Charli’s Crafty Kitchen,
where you can eat what you make. – G’day.
Welcome to Charli’s Crafty Kitchen. Today we’re baking with
Jenn from Cupcakes n Cardio. – Hi, guys. – Can you tell us a little bit about
your YouTube channel, Jenn? – For sure.
Over on Cupcakes n Cardio, you can find all sorts of cakes and desserts and cupcakes. And then,
together with Charli and Ashlee, we did a Mickey Mouse
and a Minnie Mouse cupcake. – Be sure to subscribe to
Jenn’s YouTube channel. The link’s down below. Today we’re going to
be making Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse marshmallow pops. – Today our ingredients are
some marshmallows. – And we’ve got some cupcake liners, red and pinks. – We’re also going to be using
skewers. We have some scissors. We have some cake pop sticks. We have some white writing icing. And we have pink and red
heart sprinkles. And we’ve got some candy melts
that are not melted, and then candy melts that are melted. – First thing we’re going to do is put the marshmallow
on the cake pop stick. – We’re gonna snip each side
for the ears. Just use a little bit of
melted candy melt to glue on the candy melt ears.
(laughs) Jenn: In case your marshmallow’s
not really sticky enough, right? Charli: Yeah.
Jenn: Yeah. So, we’re gonna take
our Mickey pops here, and we’re going to dip them
into the candy melts. So, do you want us to go ahead
and dip? Charli: Okay. Jenn: And then pull it straight out. (girls laughing) Charli: Oh, no, is it gonna do that? Jenn: Yeah, just let it drip over top of the bowl there. Perfect. And give it a little twirl, a little slow twirl. Beautiful. – It’s like we’re
roasting a marshmallow. – Mm-hm.
– We are. (laughing)
– Mine’s burnt. – Oh, yeah.
It’s like blackish burntish. – We’re going to poke a hole through
the cupcake liner. Ashlee: Next step is to put on
the cupcake liner. – They’re so cute! – Yeah! (laughs) – Oh, look at Mickey. He’s all done. – Do da doo. – So, the last thing that
you and I need to do, Charli, is to add the bow to
the top of Minnie here. Just gonna take
the little pink hearts here, and I’m just going to use
a little bit of the candy melt to attach to the top there. So, that’s half the bow. And then do it again
for the other side. – Now, we’re going to use… What is that called? – The white icing? – Yeah. White icing.
– Okay. – Put a little dot in the middle and on the sides of the bow. Jenn: Okay, they’re like little dots. Just add like little polka dots. ‘Cause Minnie has polka dots. Charli: Oh, that’s cute. Everybody, look what we made! – So cute. – Mmm! Now for the taste test! – Mmm.
– Mmm. – Mmm.
(Jenn laughing) – Mmmm, you went full gusto
over the ear, and I tried to nibble politely. Do I have anything on my face? – Yep. (laughing) – Oh, my gosh. I guess I’m just gonna
get dirty on your show. – What do you think, Ash? – 11 out of 20 hundred. – What? That’s not good.
– 11 out of 20 hundred. Oh, I would have given it,
definitely, a 10 out of 10. – That’s really bad. – 10 out of 10 for sure,
right, Charli? – Yeah. (Jenn laughing) – That’s a big number. – If you want to see
the Minnie and Mickey Mouse cupcakes we made with Jenn, click the link
in the description box below. – Check it out. Charli: Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and… Ashlee: And like us on Facebook. Charli: And follow us on Instagram. (camera clicking) – Today we’re making some baking…
What? I love Jenn’s YouTube channel, Cupcakes n Cardio, Cupcakes n Cardio. Best, best, best. – Biggest fan ever. Love her.
(Charli laughing) – Squishy, squishy, mishy.
(Charli mumbling) (laughing) Jenn: Okay. – Mmm. (laughing)