- A two-year-old boy has shown incredible cake-baking skill after making his birthday cake in a video that has gone viral
- The little boy could be seen mixing the ingredients one after the other and tasting the mixture to be sure it tasted nice
- Social media users were impressed with the boy's baking skill and commended him
An adorable two-year-old boy has got people talking on social media with his incredible cake-baking skill. In a video that was shared by Steven Harvey, the little boy could be seen requesting for ingredients from his mum and mixing them one after the other.
After mixing all that needed to be mixed, he tasted it and confirmed that it was okay, after which he gave his mother to also taste it. He then requested a pan, asked his mum to pour the mixture inside and put it in the oven to bake for 20 minutes.
When the cake was eventually brought out from the oven, he requested icing and covered the cake with it. The adorable little boy also added sprinkles made in the shapes of hearts and stars on the cake.
As soon as he finished, he wished himself a happy birthday and had a bite of the cake.
Facebook users were impressed with what the little boy did and took to the comment section of the post to commend him.
Mary Elizabeth wrote:
"Now that is what I’m talking about. Mom is helping him learn how to make a cake, and he is very well mannered. I love how polite he is to his mom."
Nailah Watson wrote:
"So sweet and so well mannered and well behaved! So cute. Reminds me of my daughter at that age, helpful but messy."
Tina Mcgowan commented:
#"How adorable!! Well mannered, love that mother is not correcting him at all how."
Oluchi Akahara commented:
"He was definitely a baker in his past life. Best thing was watching him use his manners and tasting time."
In other news, a young man identified as Prince Obua is one of the youths in the country who are embracing hard work and carving a niche for themselves.
Obua is a baker with great baking skill and whose works have earned him both local and international recognition.
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