Gordon Ramsay Launches YouTube Kids Playlist With Holiday Cooking Ideas, Chef Tips for Little Ones

Gordon Ramsay
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Gordon Ramsay wants you to cook with your kids this holiday season, and he’s here to help! Though the temperamental chef is known for his profanity-laden outbursts on shows such as Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares, Us Weekly can exclusively reveal that Ramsay is launching his own YouTube Kids Playlist on Monday, December 3.

The 21-video playlist offers everything from festive cooking ideas to chef tips for kids and parents who plan to cook up some fun in their own kitchens this holiday season. In fact, several of the videos feature cameos from one or more of Ramsay’s own children – Meghan, 20, Holly, 19, Jack, 19, and Tilly, 17.

In one entertaining clip, the MasterChef Junior host, 52, whips up hand-made mint chocolate truffles with a young Holly and Jack. Somehow, he masterfully retains control of the kitchen while his twins are more interested in sampling the sweet treats – a struggle many parents with little ones can certainly relate to.

In another video, Ramsay cooks tasty scrambled eggs and veggies in a matter of minutes – the perfect weekend breakfast for parents who don’t have a ton of time on their hands. Ramsay even dubbed it the “most amazing way of waking up the misses on a Saturday or Sunday morning.”

The YouTube Kids app is the first Google product built from the ground up with children in mind. It makes it easier for kids to find videos on topics they want to explore (such as cooking!) and is available for free on Google Play and the App store. What’s more? YouTube Kids keeps parents in the driver’s seat with additional parental controls that allow them to choose what is right for their family.

To see Gordon’s complete playlist, including some of his classic dad moments, click here.

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