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Pokémon cooking series
  • The official Pokémon YouTube channel recently released a three-episode cooking series titled “Sweet Winter with Pokémon.”

  • The series’ host is joined by his four adorable Poké pals: Charmander, Psyduck, Jigglypuff and Pikachu.

  • The videos feature relaxing cooking sounds, music and Pokémon chatter, but no dialogue or narration.

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The official Pokémon YouTube channel has released a series of cooking videos featuring adorable Poké pals Charmander, Psyduck, Jigglypuff and Pikachu.

The series, titled “Sweet Winter with Pokémon,” features three dialogue- and narration-free cooking videos. The series’ host is joined by his four adorable housemates while preparing sweet treats.

The first video, which was published on Feb. 15, shows the host making Pikachu and Jigglypuff cream puffs. He teaches viewers how to make the treats via on-screen instructions. 

In the second video, the host prepares an assortment of fruit tarts and pizzettas that contain Pokémon motifs, such as Rowlet and a Pokéball.

In the final video, the host shows viewers how to make traditional Japanese sweets. He also whips up shiratama dumplings, baked sweet potatoes and sweet chestnuts.

The series’ final episode, which was posted on Feb. 22, also features a special, heartwarming gesture for Psyduck. After the lights outside the host’s house go out, Psyduck uses his psychic powers to fix an unplugged power cord and bring the lights back. To show his appreciation, the host creates a special treat for the beloved water Pokémon.Psyduck.

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