Kids Try 100 Years of Pastries

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, December 5, 2017
  • In this episode of "Kids Try Food" series, the kids try 100 years of pastries. For this installment, the kids taste test and react to pastry foods like whoopie pies, butterhorns, banana dumplings, cream horns, magic marshmallow crescent puffs, croquignoles (similar to beignets), death by chocolate, croquembouche, bacon sticky buns, and cronuts. This chapter in the history of food breaks down the evolution of pastries from the 1920s to the 2010s.

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    Kids Try 100 Years of Pastries


  • Dave Otuwa
    Dave Otuwa  yesterday

    7:44 He's on Zagat, a culinary channel on YouTube. If you're reading this comment, and you haven't yet subscribe to the channel, please do so if and only if you like it.

  • uNiCoRn_banana17 that_space_is_supposed_to_be_there

    1:35 who else thinks we should start a new religion on sugar and food🙋🏽‍♀️🙋🏽‍♀️

  • Avi Barr
    Avi Barr  2 days ago

    Honestly some of these kids are plain clueless

  • Laura loops
    Laura loops  4 days ago

    Magnisifus! lol Kids are amazing!

  • TangoMangle
    TangoMangle  5 days ago

    0:44 he looks like my nephew

  • Fabian Fidalgo
    Fabian Fidalgo  7 days ago

    I think I'm going to be happy for the rest of my life now 2:21

  • lollipop
    lollipop  7 days ago

    i think its from the 2080s

  • Phytotech
    Phytotech  7 days ago

    They're so adowable!! :3

  • Aria
    Aria  7 days ago

    3:38 Princess and the Frog anyone?

  • Angie Arellano
    Angie Arellano  7 days ago

    That blonde kid with the crackhead eyes is annoying

  • Natasha Woit
    Natasha Woit  7 days ago

    The girl w pink shirt has great reactions she is cool

  • myleigh tibbs
    myleigh tibbs  7 days ago

    What is better the cone or cream?


    That's because that was the only thing you ate instead of the cone silly!

  • Rita Ryan
    Rita Ryan  7 days ago

    The invention of the croquembouche is often attributed to Antonin Carême,who includes it in his 1815 cookbook Le Pâtissier royal parisien, but it is mentioned as early as 1806, in André Viard's culinary encyclopedia

  • Rebecka Pedersen
    Rebecka Pedersen  7 days ago

    Do people eat Pop Tarts as breakfast in America?? I found Pop Tarts in a grocery store here in Sweden, must say very expensive for how many you get in one package, haha. But I really wanted to try them so it was my first time trying it out, and yes they tasted good but I ate it as a dessert, would not think of Pop Tarts as breakfast?? xD But again when we went to America (Miami) for vacation there were all sort of sweet dessert stuff offered for breakfast...:) not directly complaining I mean I love pastries but it doesn't seem very healthy to eat candy/pastries for breakfast every single day ;)

  • gabb tothee
    gabb tothee  14 days ago

    Whoopie pies.. I live in pa, we call them gobs. We have gob cake too.

  • Starr Seed
    Starr Seed  14 days ago

    “Everything needs more frosting.” Agreed!

  • Iron Bridge
    Iron Bridge  14 days ago

    I can hear the French crying at the fact that most of these are being called “pastries”.

    MILL ROCKY  14 days ago +1

    3:00 ...Okay I guess

  • ernie pangelinan
    ernie pangelinan  14 days ago

    I dont eat potarts cause its tooooooo sweat

  • Aaliah Ahamad
    Aaliah Ahamad  14 days ago

    Why do I see Chris Evans in the "do they sell it at target?" Child?