Their names (from oldest to youngest) are Creampuff (シューク Shūku, his friends call him "Puff"), Cookie (クッキー Kukkī), Cocoa (チョコ Choco), Jam (ババロ Bavarois)Biscuit (ビスケ Bisuke), Jelly (ゼリ Zeri), Donuts (ドナッツ Donattsu), Crepe (クレプ Kurepu), and Pudding (プーリ Pūrin). They are the largest and most diverse out of any human group of siblings in the series. The children were introduced to Goku by Mousse as they had Goku over for dinner. After dinner they all played with Goku and some were even shown trying to train like Goku. After Goku spent the night, the kids said goodbye to him as he left with their grandfather Korinto.
- Japanese: Hiromi Tsuru (Crepe), Noriko Uemura (Cocoa), Masa'aki Ōkura (Creampuff), Tōru Furuya (Jam), Mayumi Tanaka (Jelly), Naoko Watanabe (Pudding)
- Funimation dub: Daniel Katsuk (Crepe and Cocoa), Kimberly Grant (Cookie and Jam), Eric Vale (Creampuff), Amber Cotton (Jelly), Meredith McCoy (Doughnut and Cupcake), Karissa Vacker (Pudding)
- Blue Water dub: Sean Broadhurst (Crepe), Carol-Anne Day (Cookie), Scott Hendrickson (Cocoa), Brendan Hunter (Creampuff), Mariette Sluyter (Jelly and Jam), Elinor Holt (Doughnut), Leda Davies (Pudding), Chris Simms (Cupcake)
- Sue, a little girl who looks similar to Cupcake, appears in Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku. Coincidentally, Sue's mother looks similar to Cupcake's mother, Eclair.
- All the children are named after dessert items.