Superdad Chris Hemsworth has made the cutest birthday cake for daughter India

Just weeks after Chris Hemsworth unveiled his secret skill at braiding his daughter's hair, he has revealed another hidden talent – baking. The Thor star baked a birthday cake for his daughter India Rose after the local bakery said they didn't have time to take his order – and showed off the results on Instagram.

"What happens when the bakery says they don't have time to make your daughter a birthday cake? You get involved and smash one out yourself! I call it 'La TRex al la chocolate," Chris captioned the photo.


Chris Hemsworth baked a birthday cake for his daughter India

Chris baked a chocolate cake in the shape of a dinosaur especially for India's special day. With green icing, edible glitter and decorated with Smarties, the finished result impressed Chris' fans, some of whom suggest he deserved a "Best Dad Award" for his efforts.

The 32-year-old's wife Elsa Pataky was also grateful for Chris' hard work, and shared a photo of him in the kitchen as he worked on his masterpiece.

"Papa working hard on India's birthday cake! Happy birthday India, love you more than anything!" Elsa wrote.

Elsa Pataky shared a photo of her husband hard at work

Chris dotes on his children, and recently admitted that he has become "pretty good" at braiding his daughter's hair.

"I'm pretty good with India's hair though," he said.

The happiness of his daughter and twin sons, Sasha and Tristan,also influenced Chris' decision to move back to his native Australia in 2014.

"We were living in California and it just wasn't conducive for the lifestyle that we wanted with kids," Chris told Australia's Daily Telegraph. "Los Angeles is tricky to get around, there's paparazzi to deal with, and I had this feeling that I just wanted to move back to Australia.

Spanish actress Elsa is equally as happy to be living Down Under.

"My wife loves it," added Chris. "And I thought that's where I want my kids to grow up –that's the world I want them to be a part of, because that part of the world is such a special place."

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