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Two-Year-Old Creates His Own Cooking Show And It's Amazing

Two-Year-Old Creates His Own Cooking Show And It's Amazing

A two-year-old boy has appeared in his own hilarious baking show and he definitley isn't shy with the sprinkles.

The toddler, Roman, does a better job than we could ever do at creaming the butter and sugar, cracking the eggs and smearing bright turquoise frosting all over the top of his birthday cake.

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There are probably a few health and safety issues that wouldn't be allowed in a professional kitchen, but who doesn't lick the spoon every now and then?

Roman ends up smearing a flour moustache onto his face, dips his tongue in the mix for a sneaky taste and even looks as though he forgot to get dressed under his apron, but still makes a pretty yummy looking cake.

With a little help from his sous chef (aka his mum) Roman gets all of the ingredients in the bowl and manages to crack a couple of eggs with hardly any shell falling in.

The tot also displays some amazing manners in the video, always saying 'please' and 'thank you'.

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Of course, Roman finishes off the bake by trying his creation, and the smearing of frosting all over his face tells us it tasted pretty good.

Credit: ViralHog
Credit: ViralHog

Posting the now-viral clip to YouTube, Roman's mum wrote: "Say hello to a new series called 'Roman's Cooking Corner'! I hope you enjoy watching it as much as he did making this cake!! If you have any future recipes you'd like to see Roman make, be sure to comment below!!"

One impressed YouTuber commented: "I think there supposed to be a cake underneath all those sprinkles. Lol. You're on your way to the big leagues."

Roman signs off the video telling his followers that he will see them next Wednesday, and we already can't wait to see what he makes next.

Credit: ViralHog
Credit: ViralHog

Maybe he could try baking something from the Unofficial Harry Potter Cook Book as we'd love to see his take on Pumpkin Pie.

The easy-to-follow recipes are apparently delicious and don't require you to be a master chef either, so maybe little Roman could give a few of them a go for his next tutorial.

Featured Image Credit: ViralHog

Topics: Tasty Food, Real

Mark Cunliffe

Mark is a writer at LADbible with a creative writing background and a history working at some of Manchester's biggest agencies. He loves football and music that screams a lot.

 

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