Sourest Giant Candy Challenge DIY! Worlds Biggest Skittles! Learn How To Prank Sour vs Edible Food

Sourest Giant Candy Challenge DIY! Worlds Biggest Skittles! Learn How To Prank Sour vs Edible Food


– For this round, you
challenged us to make a Giant Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup! But first! [Blows Horn] – Oh, so loud in there, Oh! – First step, the chocolate. We got these bags over here. Check this out, I got a
super-special way of opening it. [Bag crashes into Bowl] – Ohhhh! – Did not think that through whatsoever! And now it’s time for
a new technique, Yeee! It’s time for the Double Boil, so Devin, pick up your bowl of chocolate. – And we’re gonna place it over
these boiling pots of water. Let’s mix it up! Alright, the chocolate is melted, and now it’s time to take this
beautiful melted chocolate and pop it onto the base of the Reese’s. So here we go. My bad! You know what,
I’m actually going to use an ice cream scooper for
this little scoop here. – [Devan] Oh, nice, alright. – Pick it up here. Now it’s time to spread all around, so I’m gonna use a spatula
here and just kinda spread it all around the base, you know, just nice and good, as you do. So we’re gonna pop these in the freezer and let them solidify, and then we’re on to the next step. Time for the filling! So we’ve got some peanut
butter, of course. [Collins strains] – Whoops, I think I had a
little bit too much in there. – [Devan] Alright, now
it’s time to get it out, but this is going way
too slow, so I gotta use [Xylophone] this tool. – I actually don’t think
the hook was the best idea, because this is pretty
difficult to get it out. Since it worked so well for you, Devin, I’m gonna use this tool! [Xylophone] Actually, you know what,
can I just get a spatula? – What?! Well there’s the peanut butter, now it’s time for a half cup of sugar. – It’s like a pillow! – Alright, just go-go-go-go Alright, here we go, time
to add the powdered sugar. Take out a pack of saltine crackers. And Devan, what are you not
supposed to do with crackers? This! Or, that! You know why? – No? – Because that cracks em, Yee! The goal is to crack up the crackers as much as possible, bro. You know what, we’re
actually going to need some Ziploc bags. Whoa, jeez! Here’s your bag Devin. You’ve got the chips in the bag, and now [Smashes bags on Counter] – Yeeeaaaahhhh! – Oh no! [punching] – That’s mine! Dude, that’s mine! Devan, Devan, Devan! Don’t make me turn you tiny again, bro. – Next up, we add two
tablespoons of unsalted butter. – Wait wait, you said unsalted? – [Devan] Yeah, dude, what are you doing? – Next up, we got the cowbell mixers. – Ah, yeah ow ow! – Little jazz fingers. [Rings cowbells] – You’re hanging out in
public, you see a friend of yours like “Hey, what up Jimbo?” [cowbell ringing] And they’re in! That didn’t work. – They’re just cowbells. Like they were before. – And now, it’s time
for the Reese’s Pieces. Here we go. Bam! The chocolate molds
are frozen and it’s time to add the peanut butter
filling, so we’re gonna take a big ol’ hunk of this,
plop it here in the middle. – [Devan] Alright. – And then kind of
gently spread it around. – Whoa! – Whoa, hey now! – Now is the most challenging part. We have to add the rest of the chocolate to the top of it. – We’re aiming for perfection! – Always! – [Devan] It’s so satisfying! – Satisfaction! – Now it’s time to pop
these in the freezer and the giant peanut butter cups are done. – Bro! – These look insane! So you
get to comment down below. Who made the better one? We’ll be eating these
at the end of the video, but right now we’re onto the next one. [Cracking noise] – We cracked the camera lens! Alright, well you guys
challenged us to make a Giant Sour Patch Candy Kid but right now let’s at least fix the camera. Oh my gosh! Step number one, we
gotta fill this thing up with some water. So we’re gonna use the sink right here. – Yup, Done. – Dude, chill bro chill. – Snatched, alright we’re good. – Go back, Easy. – Next up, we gotta add some Jell-O. – Safety glasses on. We are going to pop out the Jell-O. – Your eyes are very magnified. – [Collins] It smells
real bad all the time. – We really need nose goggles, bro. – Well that’s why you got this thing for. Now I can only smell
this side of the room. – Alright, now it’s
time to add the Jell-O. – Oh the Jell-O. – Yes the Jell-O. – I love the Jell-O! Oh Hulk Jell-O. You know what that means, right? – Uh, no. – Hulk smash! The hulk, yee, and then hulk
yeah, and then hulk yee. – Wait wait wait wait,
you yeeted forwards, so that would technically be a fleet. – [Collins] Mine’s like green apple. – [Devan] Ooh and mine’s
uh red Jell-O, strawberry. (silly sounds) (balloons bouncing and popping) (laughing) – We’ll be using these
things here for the Jell-O. – But first! – Tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki Tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki Tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki – [Devan] Uh, tiki. – Alright we got our Jell-O out. – Drip. (laughter) – Time to pop these in the refrigerator. Next up, we gotta trace an
outline on this cardboard. So I’m gonna use my tiki,
trace out the outline of a sour patch kid. Cause I mean, like,
basically the same thing. You know what I mean, right?
– Oh yeah. (carnival music) – [Collins] Tada! Oh no, dude, I gotta, oh snap! – [Devan] What? – [Collins] First time in
the kitchen. Devan, stop it! The outlines are done and
now it’s time to clip it out. – How are you gonna clip out yours, bro? – Easy, just follow the lines. And we’re done, so. – Wait, what? – Mine I’m taking to the next level. I’m gonna add some sour patch kids. – Wait, we can do that? – [Collins] Bam Bam add a few in there. Now it’s time to refrigerate it. The Jell-Os are done, and now it’s time to turn them into the sour patch kids. We got our little stencils
here, we’ll place em down. Time to trace it out, so
here we go, you ready? (both exclaiming excitedly) Done! – Is it done? – All done. (both talking excitedly) – [Collins] Only got one shot at this. Nothing to do with my laser skills, my laser skills were on point. – Oh no! – Tada! Check it out bro, mine’s got all the little
sour thingies in it. Gonna pop these in here. One two three – Now it’s time for mine, here we go. Three two one. Wait, dude it didn’t work. – Oh I know what’s missing,
here we go. Tiki time! – What? – Check this out, three two one. Bam, and that right there
is the power of the tiki. So now, it’s time to add the malic acid. You gotta be very careful with that one. – [Devan] That wasn’t,
dude that’s careful? – [Collins] You know what? – I will be very careful,
trying to shake off some of it. – [Collins] Party time,
it’s the summer let’s go. – [Devan] Gotta spread
mine around a little bit, just like that.
– And now the moment of truth. Gotta flip it over, three two one boom. And ya gotta coat the bottom side with some malic acid as well. There you have it. These are the giant sour patch kids. Time to see how the sour patch kid taste. You ready, here we go. Three two one One of the first five
second subscribe challenge We want to see if you can
subscribe to this channel and turn on the channel post notifications in five seconds. Are you ready? Here we go. Five, four, three, two, one, done. If you can do that, comment down below keyper squad right now. Whoa! – Oh – Oh – Oh (both spit out jell-O) Whew, God that is horrible! Oh my God that is sour. Alright, right now
we’re on the next round. Uh! – Dude wait what. – Holy cow. You challenged us to make a giant twix. So right now, let’s go. For this one, it’s time
to make some biscuits. – What did you do? – So first step we gotta get some eggs. But here’s the deal, Devan, we need to only get the yolks out. I got a special way of
opening this thing up. This is the egg cracker 2000. (infomercial music) Come on! – What? – Kinda like, go back and forth like this. – [Devan] Come on! – Why do you have to do that by the. – Oh. Three two one. Oh! – It worked! Alright here we go. Whoa! (suspenseful music) – [Devan] Oh, bro. – Nailed it! – Bro that was terrifying. – Well, you know the egg
cracer 8000 did it’s job. – Wait, bro, aren’t we only
supposed to get egg yolks. – Oh, yeah maybe the egg cracker 10000 wasn’t quite the best way to go. That’s what we got these
little tube things for. Sucking out the yolks. This is, uh, not as effective
as I thought it would be. – [Devan] Boom, first egg yolk done. – Now we need to add a half cup of suger. To do this, I need to activate my ambiguous chihuahua cat dog. – The what? – Check this out. (activating cat dog) Alright, so now we’re gonna
add just half of this. Next up we’re adding one
and half sticks of butter. Pop these out here. Let’s see,
come on come on, there we go. – I’m gonna use these things. They look like a little alligator. Look at that, dude, perfect half. – Next up, we got a half a cup
of instant dry milk powder. Add it in. Next up we
gotta add some water. So we need one eighth a
cup and one half teaspoon. – [Devan] Okay, oh there we go, perfect. – Then we gotta mix it, so here we go. Ooh yeah this is working. Next up, two cups of flour. Time to mix it up, wait, but
first I need a pinch of salt. (record stops) Like that! – I have a feeling you added
way more salt than needed. – Next up it’s time to bake these. So, we’re going to spread
out the mixture here and make it into the shape of a poptart. – You mean a rectangle? – Yeah that’s what I said. So we gotta go three two one Nailed it! Push down like that. I don’t know how to make
a rectangle to be honest. – This is the only thing
that resembles a spatula. – You’re gonna get hair in your food. Next up, we gotta bake
these for 20 minutes at 302 degrees. – Wait, 302? What happens at 300 degrees? – It turns into a Snickers. – What? – Time to make the chocolate. So this is what we’re gonna do, we’re gonna leave the slinky in here. We’re gonna pop these bags open You missed two of em,
bro, what are you doing? Next up, gotta fill this
thing halfway with water so let’s go, Devan, you can’t
throw me off there we go. – [Devan] And a switch, oh. – What, that’s against the rules. – What rules? – Now time to melt down the chocolate. So we’re gonna transfer these
over here. Now it’s time for – Spatulas! – And mix, dude I forgot
I left my slinky in here. It’s all part of it now, part of the DIY. Next, we’re going to paint some chocolate on the parchment paper. So we got these lil
paintbrushes over here. – Those aren’t brushes. – These are totally brushes. – This is a brush. – [Collins] Get the chocolate on here, add it into the pan just like a taco. Fully nailing it over here bro. This is just next level saucery. Let’s go the old fashioned
way we’ll use the uh classic and trusted true method of the slinky on the paper technique. Thanks slinky. – Alright, my second sheet is done. Now it’s time to plop it next to it. – There we go, yup just like that. Just oooh. – [Devan] This is more
like performance art than anything else. – Next up I’m going to
be using some carmel, but to use pre made carmel
would be to easy. So yeeee – [Devin] Oh geez. – We’re actually going to
make carmel from scratch. So first up, we got some
heavy whipping cream. Alright gotta add one
cup of this stuff, boom. Next up, we got a half cup of whole milk. – Next up we add one cup corn syrup. Wait, no, dude that’s mom’s soap. What are you doing? – It’s the corn syrup cat, bro. You know what corn syrup can and ambiguous chihuahua cat
dog should be friends. Cause I mean, look at them. – Next up is one and a half
a cup of powdered sugar. I sense this is about to spill. – [Collins] You got
this all over my hands. – [Devan] Sorry dude. – And now it’s time for some sorcery, as this stuff turns into carmel. So we’re gonna pop it on the stove. (magical whirring) Alright the caramel is done and now – Wait, carmel. – Carmel? Caramel? – I think you mean carmel. Alright so now we’re going to
pour it in here to the molds. Biscuits are done and now
it’s time for lazer eyes. (lazers beaming) Bam, nailed it. Unfortunately I only have
one lazer eyes per day, but I will give you the
pineapple of destiny! Boom, nailed it! Now it’s time to take a
slice of your biscuit, Now you’re going to lay it in
one half of the twix thingy. There ya go, alright
so now we gotta get uh side two over here. Oh no, I broke it! Luckily, we got extras. Oh, no broke another one. This is my last good piece. Tada! – Why would you throw it? – Now it’s time to pop
these into the refrigerator and cool em down. But first, we can use a little
bit of water to cool em down. – No you’re gonna ruin it,
bro, dude. What are you doing? – A nice little mist. Bad Devan. Alright now it’s time to
pop these in the fridge. Here’s the big reveal! – Three two – But first, if you wanna
win a 15 minute video call from Devan and I, text the
word key to 81800 right now. Pause the video, text
the word key to 81800 then come right back and let’s
see how this thing looks. Ready? – Three two One tada! – Dude, what happened? – I mean I did the best I could. Something a little wrong. But I mean yours, bro, looks
like a legit giant twix. – [Devan] It looks so good. – Yo, we gotta break it open. – Whoa dude, you’re so right. Alright alright ready, here we go. Three, two one. Oh it’s tough, my thumbs
aren’t powerful enough. – Oh! – [Devan] It’s like a rocky road. – What? – It’s like a bridge. – I’ve gotta crack one of mine
open, so here we go ya ready? – Three two one, oh! – Alright guys, we’ll be eating
this at the end of the video Comment down below who
made the better one, and right now we are on to the next one. You challenged us to make a giant Skittle. (both talking in fear) – Bro, get behind me, I got you. Yo, who sent that?
– And where did it come from? – Step number one for the giant skittle, is have to have exactly
two coconuts of corn syrup. – Wait what? How much is that? – If you get it wrong,
you won’t get it right. Alright, cocunut. Ya gotta get the magic wand
to to move this thing around. Here ya go come on out. Uh oh, I lost my coconut top in it. (bottle squelching) That sounds disgusting, bro. – Two coconuts is not precise. – Next up you are going to
add one lego man of sugar. – [Devan] A lego man? How is anyone gonna follow this at home? – Next up, you need to add
40 squirts of vegetable oil. – Wait 40 squorts? – Yup so (counts to 40) now it’s time to mix it, so here we go. It’s gonna go in here. – Well I don’t see a shovel. – Find one or make one. – [Devan] I guess this is
the closest to a shovel. There we go! It’s dusting off the sugar. – Time to pop these on the stove. Now we gotta heat it up to 265 degrees. Very hot, be very careful, and maybe even have
someone help you with this because it is very very hot.
So we’re gonna dump it in here, now go to this one over here,
boop. Make sure they’re equal. This is the delicious
inside of the skittle. So now time to pop these in the fridge. The hard shell coating is super easy. You start off with one golden pineapple. – Dude! – Of corn syrup. – [Devan] So how much is that, exactly? – This is one golden pineapple of corn, I’ve already said this, bro. For the sugar, you’re
going to need a brand new size 12 shoe. Fill it up, and that’s exactly the amount of sugar you’ll need for this. – [Devin] What? – It’s what happens when
you go to the beach, and you get a whole bunch
of sand in your shoes. And one the sugar is added
it’s time to mix it up. – It’s like four cups
of sugar, I’m guessing. – The fun part about using the
golden pineapple measurement, is you can use the top
of the golden pineapple as a little mixer. So you’re gonna pop this
in here and mix it up. – [Devan] This thing
sounds like a chipmunk on a unicycle. – That’s the good thing
about the golden pineapple, it never makes a noise. (grunting) Alright now it’s time to
pop these on the stove. The mixture has now boiled to 300 degrees and now it’s time to add the coloring. So now we’re adding both white and green to give it a more skittlish color. Now it’s time to mix the food coloring in. I do not want mine to be sour, cuz I do not want a sour skittle. Alright it’s time to set
up for our next part. So right now, we’re going
to flip these bowls over. – What,what? You do not have to flip
the bowls over by the way. You can just do it like
this, it’s a better base. – Very quickly, so gotta take the inside
of the skittle right now and we gotta remove the wrap around it. – We have to peel this off very carefully. – Now you put the (bowl drops on counter) right over here. – [Devin] Now you put the
paper on top of the other bowl. – Now this next part, you need to be extremely careful because this is very very hot. So even maybe even ask
for someone else’s help. But we’ve got some
protective gloves right now and it’s time to dump the
skittle hard shell coating onto the inside. – Three two one Whoa! Oh my goodness! – [Collins] This is the
closest I’ve ever been to being a real chef. Oooooooo it’s nice! The two halves are out of the fridge. If you guys can tell, I gotta little bit of a mound right there. So here we go, let’s line em up and then push them together. Three two one go (both grunting) And now it’s time to
put the S for skittles. Or for Collins, because
everyone forgets there’s an S on my name, it’s Collins with an S. I gotta place the S down like this. I’ve got this silver spray right here, which is edible. – [Devan] Oh, oh oh
you gotta keep it down. – That was horrible. That’s a spittle it’s like
a splatted skittle man. Here are the giant skittles. Bro we did it! So you get to comment down
below who made a better one. We’ll be eating these
at the end of the video and right now it is on to the next round. You challenged us to make a giant taffy. So yeee let’s go. – I got it. – First step, you gotta use some sugar. – Why is there a pool noodle on here? – Well because, hey hey
set it back over here. Alright so now we need two cups of sugar. So we gotta get these out of here. Pop this open, alright let’s see, oh what am I doing? – [Devan] I got it I got it. – Next up we got three
tablespoons of cornstarch. – One two and three. – Next up we got one and
a third cup of water. So we got the noodle, and
we gotta be very careful with how this goes. This is called pool noodle purification. – [Devan] No it actually worked? (Collins blowing water through the noodle) It’s a round a bout way of, dude get it over the thing. – That didn’t work. – Next up, we add one cup of corn syrup. – Corn syrup or corn swap! – Alright so add one cup of this. – Corn swap. – Next up we take this bulldozer and add two tablespoons of butter. So you just (butter splashes in bowl) – [Collins] Scoop it up,
pop it right over there. We got to chop two tablespoons
of butter here we go. – That works. – Next up, we got a little thermometer, so we gotta check my temp – Dude your 150 degrees right now. – What? – You have a fever? – I’m hot! Alright we’re gonna clip
these here on the inside. Pop these on the stove. Oh mine’s a little messy, I gotta. – [Devan] I gotchu fam I gotchu fam. Oh your paper’s still on the butter. – Alright it’s time to add
some Kool-Aid packets in which you’re gonna add the
color to match the flavor. Oh snap it’s bubbling up,
bro, it’s bubbling up! Next up we get the parchment paper. Oh snap, what is happening? – Don’t come towards me. – Alright so now we’re gonna
lay this parchment paper right over here.
– All of that for just that? Dude, how am I gonna do this? This isn’t really working out. – Well you gotta work better stronger. Do better at your job! – It’s open. Why are there so many safety precautions? – Smells great. – Alright, it’s looking good. – [Collins] You should use a dumptruck to pour the rest of it in there. – Oh I totally should! – I got good ideas. Yo! – [Devin] Yes! – The mixture has set and now it’s time to turn this candy into taffy. So here we go, bam. – Dude look at this. – Whoa! Oh! – Mickey mouse press. (grunts) – Hulk smash. Nothing! Hulk stuck, get off me taffy! It’s actually like a lot harder
to do this than you think. But like I’m gonna give it a little twist. I thought the dump truck
would have a lot more effect. If that’s what it does to the tongs, what’s this gonna do to your teeth, bro? – Oh no, my glove, it broke my glove. It put a hole in my glove! – Alright here we go it’s
gonna get em up get em up. – Gimme gimme gimme. – Dude this taffy turned out so cool. You get to comment down below who’s taffy turned out better. We’ll be eating these giant
taffies at the end of the video, but right now, we are
on to the next round. Alright I’m just ready to
take a bite of this thing. – I wanna break mine in half. – Oh dude, break it in half. Can you even do it, bro? Alright here we go, three two one. Ohhh! Snap! And then (teeth hit something hard) whoa! – [Devan] The little ones inside. – I forgot about the little
like mini Reese’s pieces. – So good! (talking with mouth full) – We’re gonna eat these things right now! – What? – Three two one. (screams of enjoyment) This is Amazing! – And now it’s time to eat
the giant edible skittles. Dude the inside looks amazing! – Oh my. – Alright, now my turn to crack
it, here we go. (grunting) Oh man I’m out of geez. Let’s see how the thing tastes, you ready, here we go. Oh wow. – Oh wow. This is insane. – Got a little chunk of it, bro. – We’ve got merch! Click the top link in the description or go to shopcollinskey right
now to get your merch before it’s all sold out. Comment down below what
is your favorite candy you would love to see us
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100 thoughts on “Sourest Giant Candy Challenge DIY! Worlds Biggest Skittles! Learn How To Prank Sour vs Edible Food”

  1. If Collins’s snicker didn’t taste a tiny bit like metal I’d be very confused because he put a slinky in his chocolate

  2. Yum I want it now 🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🍭🧁🧁🧁🧁🧁

  3. everyone see the one where they make a candy lock it is super cool I watched it with my brother and he did it and failed super bad and you guys should see david Richardson

  4. Collins your funny and crazy and Deven your focus and your also great at Pancake art challenges like Yoda and simba and pennywise to.By.Patience love Collins key.

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