Wegman's dogs reenact the rhyme.

Pat a cookie

Cookie Monster, the baker's man.

Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man is one of the oldest and most widely recognized nursery rhymes. The first recorded version of the rhyme is from 1698, with it not appearing again in print until 1765. The rhyme was incorporated into a child's clapping game, which has often been adaptated in various film and television programs, such as Who Framed Roger Rabbit or Bing Crosby and Bob Hope's Road to... movies, for comedic effect.



  • In a Twitter post for July 15, 2010, Elmo wrote, "Who is this 'Patty Cake' anyway? He's just a baker's man?" [1]
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