If there's one kind of content that the internet is collectively obsessed with, it has got to be baby videos. So many children amaze us with their talent or simply make us smile with their adorable antics. Recently, we have seen how toddlers can not only be big food-lovers like us but can also be incredible cooks! One such adorable chef has made the internet go 'aww' with his cooking skills and cuteness. Baby chef Oliver, who is all of three years old, is the latest toddler who has gone viral after he cooked a lasagne in his kitchen.
Believe it or not, the baby chef cooked up a delicious lasagne right from scratch in the video. The video of baby Oliver was shared on Instagram by his handle @chezoliz. It has received over 1.4 million views and 115k likes as well. Instead of calling it 'Lasagne', the baby chef referred to it as 'Pasagna' through the video and it was too cute to miss. "I like pasagna! I like pasagna! We used FOUR kinds of cheeses in my pasagna. Oh my," read the caption to the clip.
Take a look at the full video of the toddler chef here:
In the video, baby Oliver added onions, spices and tomatoes to the meat in a pan to prepare the Lasagne sauce. He also plucked some fresh Basil straight from the plant for the garnish. He carefully layered the Lasagne in a dish, adding four different kinds of cheeses in it. Even though he was just three years old, Oliver seemed to be having excellent control while cooking in the kitchen! He thoroughly enjoyed every step of the recipe, and we enjoyed watching his cute antics.
Hundreds of users praised the baby chef in the comments section of the video. "Ok this is the cutest little human EVER," wrote one user while another said, "This is the best video online right now!" "This made me so happy. Such a genuine ray of sunshine," quipped another user.
What did you think of the adorable chef and his lasagne? Tell us in the comments.
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