Viral Video Of 2-Year-Old Boy Baking With Grandma Is Too Cute To Miss!

This adorable baby and his antics have won over the internet.

Highlights

  • A two-year-old tried his hands at baking with his grandmother
  • He couldn’t keep his hands off from the delicious ingredients
  • Take a look at the adorable video which is now viral

Baking has undoubtedly become one of the favourite pastimes in lockdown. There’s something so calming about the entire process, right from measuring ingredients to mixing everything together to finally savouring the decadent results. Baking is also quite simple – all you have to do is combine the ingredients in the right proportion and half the process is sorted. A hilarious video of a toddler baking with his grandmother has gone viral on the internet, and trust us, it’s just too adorable to ignore. Take a look:

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The video was shared on Twitter by the handle @thesadd3stngel, and it was originally sourced from the Instagram handle @littlechefcade. It went viral on both social media platforms, amassing over 10 million views and counting. The video received nearly 380 likes and 180k retweets and quote tweets. Users adored the cute grandma-grandson duo and their antics.

In the video, the grandmother was teaching her 2-year-old grandson, Cade, how to bake cookies. She explained to him how to add flour, sugar and butter to a bowl and mix it well. He was understanding and cooperative to what his grandmother was trying to explain, but he couldn’t keep his hands off from eating what was in the bowl. His hilarious reactions and how he tried to eat the ingredients was very relatable for netizens to watch.

The cute video received a number of reactions from netizens. People thronged the comments section, saying they couldn’t stop smiling and they wanted to see more! Take a look at the reactions:

What did you think of the cute video? Tell us in the comments below!

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking to and meeting like-minded foodies (especially the kind who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat at.