The Try Guys Make Waffle Cones Without A RecipeJun 06, 2021
use the oil. Whatever you do, don't use the oil. I feel like Ned and Zach were having more fun. (laughing) (violin orchestra music) (running water) - Ten minutes left, bakers! - I'm running out of dough, here. And I'm running out of time, so I have to
makethese count. - I don't know what's wrong with my dough. My
conesare not getting brown enough. I think I just need to leave it there longer. - He just needs more alcohol. (pouring liquid) - Here comes the pain! You can tell there is more oil because it burns more.
It's so hot. It has to be perfect. - (beep), how hot! (beep)! That's what gloves are for. - That's what gloves are for! (laughing) - How did it take me so long? - Your
coneslook great! - Thanks! - Yeah. - I'm really- - I think you got it, man. - I feel like I found out on (beep). - This is your challenge. My goal is to get at least two that look presentable. - But, how is the taste? They taste very good. - In fact? - Yes. - It could be the Amaretto. - Maybe that's what it is.
Because it's like an almond-and... - Yes! Do you have a piece of yours? - Mmm no. All my cones worked. (Laughter) They all seemed to work in some way. The first try. First, it really worked. I did use a banana though! I think maybe the banana trees worked in my favor. (heavy rock music) (hum) - Ooh! Oh! Zach! Did you just? - Ned, you know I didn't. - Five minutes! - Five minutes?! - Shit, shit, shit, shit. - Yes! Oh it's (beep) sizzling, there's so much oil in it! Oh! - Shit. - I need to
makea little more dough.
I know we're running out of time, but I don't care. - God, this one was too thin and it broke! - You can see it well. - Try to turn it around. What do we have there? - Is a way! Is a way! - We'll say that's one way. - Is a way! (nozzle spraying) - I need every opportunity I can get. - Well well. Let's mix the dry ingredients. Crack the egg. - Two minutes! (beep). (sighs) It won't be long enough. - Ouch. I touched it with my arm. - It's one of those things like making a latte or something.
You know? Where it's like, it has to hurt to work. - Half a cup of chocolate milk. - I've plugged the bottom of this
wafflecone. - It's not that bad. - It was, like, useful. - With the time we have, this is the last
wafflecone I'll be able to cook. - Are you still rubbing the shaft? - I'm just molding it perfectly. - That could have been my first good one, oh my! - Five, four, three, - I actually have one! - Two one. Hands up, bakers. Hands up! (gasping) - It's in progress. I'm finishing this one. (laughing) - Allow your cone to air dry completely.
And now we have waffle cones. - Oh, that stinks. Okay, who cared. It doesn't matter, I'm going to quit. (robust orchestra music) - We're going to judge The Try Guys on their waffle cone making skills. The crunch, the pattern... - The taste too. - Oh yeah. This is very important. - That's what I like! - What's a waffle cone supposed to taste like? Something sweet and golden, but not too overpowering to overpower the ice cream. So something neutral I would say. - Our waffle cones got a little hot, so they're a little soft. But maybe a bit of judging flavor as well. - I would say don't judge them at all. (laughing) - Yeah. (playful music) (running water) - So let's start with Ned's. - I think this waffle cone presentation is pretty spot on until you get to the tip.
It's a bit broken. - So the problem is only the tip? - Hmm. - He looks very skinny. - Yeah. Super skinny. - It's beautiful, but I can tell right away that as soon as you drop a scoop in there, that thing will come crashing down. - And it's white. It's like not gold. It must be golden, right? - It must be the color of the tip. - Just the tip. - Yes. (laughing) - Just the tip. - Funnier that moment. - That's tasteless. Maybe compare- - What am I eating? (laughing) - It feels like we're en masse.
Right? - Yes, it tastes like holy communion. (laughing) Did you put sugar in it? - Oh yeah. - I can't taste anything. - Yes. - When I was making it, it would get very fluffy, so I made it thinner and thinner. - It's like a weird cookie. - Well. But I think, you know, a little bit simpler is a good vehicle for sweet ice cream. - That's why you have to try it with ice cream, right? No. Still no flavor. (laughs) Not bad. It just doesn't have any flavor. - Maybe, we just like, cut out the waffle cones from the video? (playful music) - So, this is my attempt at a waffle cup.
It spread out a bit. But Jamie, again, there's almond liqueur in the batter, so I'd refrain from trying it. Awe, don't give me that look. You can eat the rose next to it. (laughing) - Do you want another rose? - This rose is better than that rose! - There is cardamom here too. - Mhm! - Yes, a little cardamom. - See, I like that. - One about the taste. The texture is really chewy. - Very chewy. Like, yeah, it's weird. - Too much humidity. Too much liquid. Maybe you used- - Too much alcohol, maybe. - Yes maybe. - It's tasteful though. - Yes, very good taste. - Going back inside. - Do you like that more than ice cream? - Yes. (laughs) (happy music) - Look at this beautiful- Well, you already broke that one.
A beautiful waffle bucket! Probably the best you've seen today. Wow, the color, the crunch. Amazing. - Hmm! - The best color I've seen so far. - Yes. - Is this also vegan? - Eh no! (Laughter) Dairy free, though. - It tastes like egg. - Hmm. I think it tastes good! Did you put honey in it? - Of course! (laughing) - It tastes like egg. Which is not good for me. - Impossible! Try the other one. - This is probably my least favorite tasting of all the cones, but it has the best texture and color. - And what about that creak? - And the creak, yes. - And yes. -He loves him. - Wow, you're going crazy there.
Judges, thank you for those glowing reviews. (playful music) (polar bear roar) - Oh, how does it look? - Wait, look at him. It has a hole. - What is this? - It looks a little raw here. - I would say that your problem is not only the tip. - Yes, I know. - Not very tasteful, huh. - No, and this part, like the one above, is very chewy. - Well, let's judge the non-chewable part. - Maybe eat the bottom. - I'm sorry the exterior was cooked, but the interior was not fully cooked. Do you see this as raw dough? - Yes, I agree with that.
But like, you're holding the part that you could try. - The part that was cooked correctly is crispy. - Yes! It could be more crunchy. it's neutral. Could be a little sweeter. - You said, at the beginning of the video, that you liked it neutral. - Yes. That's a plus. - She's so nice. - That's why now I only talk to her. - What he meant is that it has no taste. - I've already lost here. I'm playing strictly for the second-place audience here. (intense music) - Very good. The judges have deliberated. But right now, it's just me.
So, I'm going to make the correct classification. - And since I am the ranking, you are the rankKid. It's just us today, so it's a free space to reward who you know should be number one. Jamie, which waffle cone came in fourth? - Well, actually Eugene, there is no fourth place. Because you have been disqualified. - What? You can't disqualify people on this show! - Really? Because if I've learned anything from you, I'm right, you're wrong, shut up. (laughing) - I guess I deserve it. - He couldn't eat anything but a plant. - It was a rose. - You served me a plant. (laughing) - Wow.
A Without a prescription first, Eugene has been disqualified from the competition. (sad violin music) Jamie, whose ice cream cone came third? (intense music) - The cone that has achieved third place is... Ned. (ding) Oh man, he got third place three times. (laughing) Third place. -Jamie, why did he get third place? - It tasted like a cookie. Flat and boring. - Much like Ned. (laughs) I'm kidding. Don't tell him I said that. - Well. This brings us to Keith and Zach. Keith. What a beautiful cone shape! And it tasted so good, but that texture. I do not know about that.
And Zach's, I liked the texture. I liked the taste. But if I give it to Zach, I don't want it to go to his head. I think I've made my decision. The Over-the-Counter Waffle Cone Winner Is... Zach! (bell) - Ouch! - What? (laughing) - What? In fact?! I win? I am the number one? - You won, Zach. (squeals) Why do you think he won in the end? - I'm the best! - I think Zach won... - Oh, my God! -Well, I'm not sure if he really won, I- (yelling) The taste was good. The texture was good.
I regret this choice a little. (giggles) - Thanks, Jamie! Thank you Eugene! I have never won! This is huge! I'm the Non-Prescription Champion! - Well- - The whole season has been leading up to this moment! It doesn't matter where you start. It doesn't matter where you end up. Thank you to my family, to the fans, to everyone who ate ice cream. I'm a champion. (panting) - Um, Zach, I hate to break it to you, but you didn't actually win. This is a bonus episode, you know. - You can't take this from me, little man. I am the champion. - Well. - Well, this has been an extra episode of Without a Recipe that doesn't really count.
Jamie, thank you so much for judging with us again. - This counts. this is official This is a Wednesday and/or Saturday release. This is a real video. You have the power to make this official, Jamie. - Sorry. It's in your hand! - I'm not sorry. - You can make it official! - Not! - It's up to you! - No, I'm not sorry! Sorry. - No no no no. You come with us! You come! - Bye! See you next time in Sin Receta! (ding) (rock music) (laughs) - You finally won, it's not even official!
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