Pastry Chef Attempts to Make Gourmet Sno Balls | Gourmet Makes | Bon Appétit

Pastry Chef Attempts to Make Gourmet Sno Balls | Gourmet Makes | Bon Appétit

Sno Balls. Baby boomers will remember this post-World War II junk food favorite. Claire Saffitz returns to the Test Kitchen to try her hand at making gourmet Sno Balls.

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40 Responses

  1. Bon Appétit says:

    Claire. Is. Back. Not prerecorded.

  2. Viktor Nikiforov says:

    Isn’t a snoball basically a hostess cupcake without the chocolate frosting and is covered in marshmellow and coconuts?

  3. Christopher Raff says:

    In all seriousness the dryness of a Twinkie is what sells it for me. For some reason my body enjoys the overwhelming absence of moisture in my mouth.

  4. jill p says:

    Brad without a hat looks like a different man.

  5. Stefan Wunder says:

    As a German carboxymethylcellulose doesn’t seem that long to

  6. sibilation says:

    I am stupid happy that Claire is back.

  7. Joyden Breezy says:

    I would kill to see her try and make Pringles…¯_(ツ)_/¯

  8. itsjustemy says:

    “Are you talking about me?” “NO”

  9. Carmie Zaya says:

    Can Claire makes gourmet peeps? We all missed her so much!!! Resubscribing.

  10. Jonathan Barrios says:

    Can we please get the POPTARTS episode????

  11. Alfred Arechiga says:

    Lmao at the Twinkie episode scenes and the violin music 😂 The editor(s) of this vid is(are) gold!

  12. Andrei Cune says:

    Please do kinder buenno s or ferrero roché

  13. Romas and MO says:

    I am watching this at 00:32 A.M. and it’s really tempting to me to wake up my grandmother, so she would try to make me some of these. She would say no obviously, but this temptation… You may say that I’m lazy and what I am thinking, but this is our relation ;D She cooks, I film, but not in the middle of the night ;DD

  14. D_LOWGAMES says:

    “Botanically speaking, a coconut is a fibrous one-seeded drupe, also known as a dry drupe. However, when using loose definitions, the coconut can be all three: a fruit, a nut, and a seed.” -Some random quote I found online

    • огромная эрекция says:

      It doesn’t take a genius to understand that fruit, give seeds and nuts. Idiots are so easily amused.

    • ElysianCloud says:

      Thanks +огромная эрекция, very cool!

    • Julian Mastri says:

      Also, drupes = stone fruit. E.g., apricots, peaches, plums, are all drupes. Some other common ones are cashews, almonds, peppercorns, and raspberries / blackberries (which are an aggregate of small drupes, hence the texture)

  15. Romulus Remus says:

    OMG I screamed when I saw CLAIRE in my subscriptions!!!!

  16. The Rocker X says:

    Y’all have no idea how happy I am that Claire’s back

  17. Jan Hemstad says:

    Coconuts are technically a stone fruit or a “drupe”. The center part we eat is the stone or seed. So, yes.

  18. Jan Hemstad says:

    3:28 to 3:38 Brad misplaced something.

  19. Pretty Little Liars says:

    I thought I was having a fever dream when I saw the this is in my recommend. So glad she’s back

  20. Sevina Lee says:


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