YouTube Guide: How to make “Scooby Snacks”

In latest installment of Feast of Fiction, Jimmy Wong and Ashley Adams crack the secret behind Scooby Doo's favorite snack. 

Mar 3, 2020, 1:57 am*



Chase Hoffberger

With over 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it’s physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) Feast of Fiction, “Scooby Snacks”

Jimmy Wong and Ashley Adams are back for another season of Feast of Fiction, the show that specializes in baking foods that don’t actually exist. In the first episode of FoF‘s second season, the two YouTubers gather around the oven to teach you how to make Scooby Snacks, those wonderfully delicious little cookies that used to get Scooby Doo solving mysteries left and right.

2) Fail Army, “Wedding Fails Compilation 2012”

Because everybody loves watching brides trip their way down the aisle and grooms lose their pants when their about to deliver their vows. A wedding fail is really just like every other type of fail. The only real difference is that everybody involved spent about a year making sure everything would be perfect. Whoops!

3) Andrew Zenn, “Facebook Commercial Toilet Parody”

“We all want to connect. Sometimes we don’t know how. That’s why we have toilets. And Facebook.” Congratulations on reaching a billion users, Facebook. Now let’s all go sit on a toilet!

4) Michael Aranda, “Happy Beat Meal”

Despite being told throughout his childhood that he shouldn’t play with his food, YouTube musician Michael Aranda still finds a way to create one nasty backbeat with a cheeseburger Happy Meal. Kind of discomforting that it’s possible to use a hamburger bun as a percussive instrument, though, right?

5) Andrew W.K., “David Blaine ‘Electrified by Andrew W.K.’s Piano Solo”

Two of the most certifiably insane individuals in American popular culture combine forces when rocker and all-around party boy Andrew W.K. performs a keyboard solo that shoots one million volts of electricity through magician David Blaine’s veins.

Photo via chrisamichaels/Flickr

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*First Published: Oct 8, 2012, 5:50 pm