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Dessert videos trend on YouTube this week

It seems some gourmands have had a particularly strong sweet tooth over the last week, as three out of the top viewed cooking videos this week have been dessert-related.

india Updated: Jul 27, 2012 12:21 IST
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It seems some gourmands have had a particularly strong sweet tooth over the last week, as three out of the top viewed cooking videos this week have been dessert-related.

Here's a selection of the most viral food and cooking videos uploaded on YouTube this week, as of 9 am GMT, July 26.

Steampunk Meal Time-Epic Meal Time

In this week's installment of Epic Meal Time which, again tops the food and cooking-related YouTube videos over the last seven days, the Montreal-based group team up with a group of zombie, werewolf and ghost-busters to get rid of their paranormal foes with meat-shaped silver bullets stuffed with bacon and potent cocktails. If it sounds incongruous it's because it kind of is.





View Count: 730,577Best Chocolate Chip Cookies

Seattle-based YouTube "food and tea" channel BenjiMan TV makes double chocolate chip cookies with his mom. The video is accompanied by a full recipe recap that calls for both butter and shortening.





View count: 35,214Marshmallow Whoopie Pie

From British cooking channel Sorted out of London, a trio of bubbly Brit boys create their version of whoopie pies filled with marshmallows and Nutella. The channel itself is pitched towards beginning cooks.





View Count: 27,190Braised Black Lentils Recipe - How to Cook Beluga Lentils

Popular YouTube channel Foodwishes, which is now partnered with the largest user-generated recipe site Allrecipes.com, creates a simple and classic French lentil recipe using carrots, onions and celery, stock and a finishing touch of vinegar to give the dish a lift.





View Count: 26,934Microwave Chocolate and Peanut Butter Cake-Nicko's Kitchen

Aussie food channel Nicko's Kitchen shows viewers how to make a five-minute cake in the microwave. To lighten the recipe, he uses a sugar substitute called stevia, an all-natural plant-based sweetener and natural peanut butter.





View count: 24,190