Happy Hobbit is back with an all-new Halloween special. Can Fili make a haunted burrow as good as Kili’s? Watch the episode here!
For old times’ sake, Happy Hobbit filmed a reaction video to the new Tolkien trailer. Enjoy!
Let Kili and Fili give you some fun ideas for handmade gifts… but who is the mystery recipient of Fili’s gift?
A mysterious gift is left on Kili and Fili’s doorstep, causing much madness and mayhem. Will it drive the sisters apart forever? Is all hope lost? Check out Oscha here!
Don’t miss the next Happy Hobbit “premiere” on YouTube where you can watch the episode live with other viewers and chat with Kili and Fili – subscribe to their channel for notifications and be sure to follow Happy Hobbit on Facebook and Instagram!
The good folks over at PBS have sent us an exclusive clip to share with you all before the episode airs, featuring none other than George R. R. Martin!
Want to see the Happy Hobbit interview requested by the show’s producers? Then look no further!
Kili wants to bake a tasty treat to thank Bilbo for the “brownie bites” recipe he gave to Fili… but will it all be a disaster? Be sure to subscribe to the Happy Hobbit channel on YouTube to be alerted to new videos, and follow their escapades on Facebook and Instagram!
– 4 to 5 cups of fresh or frozen berries (if using frozen you will need more thickener)
– 2/3 cup of sugar
– 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
– 1/4 cup of flour
– Instant Clear Jel, quick-cooking tapioca, or another thickener.
– 2 1/2 cups of all purpose flour
– 1 1/4 teaspoons of salt
– 3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) of chilled butter (or lard)
– Up to 6 tablespoons of ice water
Use your torture device of Sauron (food processor) to chop the butter into the flour and salt until it has a grainy, sand-like consistency. Add ice water one or two tablespoons at a time as needed.
Flour your workspace and your rolling pin then roll out the dough for the tarts one handful at a time. Place a spoonful of the berry mixture in the center and have fun trying to seal it all up! You can make it a dumpling shape or more of an open top. Use a fork to seal the edges. Brush the crust with milk and sprinkle with sugar, if desired.
Place in Smaug’s mouth (the oven) and bake at 450 F for 10 minutes, then 350 F for about 30 minutes, or until the crust is a golden brown.