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Disney's Magic Bake-Off

By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Disney-focused kids' baking contest has great role models.

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Kids who love baking shows, Disney, or both, will adore this show. It's super positive and emphasizes the kid contestants' efforts. The kids are completely charming -- from a teenage boy who started a Boys Who Bake club in his hometown to sisters who want to take over their parents' Hawaiian-Asian restaurant when they grow up. The young chefs are quite impressive, but they're definitely still learning too. There's decent culinary teaching throughout, with the show taking time to explain baking techniques. The only slight bummer in the show is the Video Challenges, mini-challenges that include time-lapse videos made by production partner Tastemade. The challenges slow the show down a bit, making it longer than it needs to be. Otherwise, this show is great for getting kids excited to be in the kitchen as well as showing them great examples of perseverance.

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