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Imagine if Chopped and The Great British Baking Show got mixed together withThe Mickey Mouse Club. It might look something like this new Disney Channel cooking show!


Who needs a spoonful of sugar when you've got a kitchen full of sweets?

Disney is releasing its new original baking show, Disney's Magic Bake-Off. This Disney Channel show features top young bakers from across the nation competing against one another.

The series is hosted by Disney stars Dara ReneΓ© from High School Musical: The Musical: The Series and Issac Ryan Brown from Raven's Home.

Dara told us just what makes this new show so special:

"Each team gets a theme at the beginning and it's like Star Wars or Frozen or all these different themes. And they have to create a cake within a specific amount of time to cater to that theme while also having challenges thrown at them in the middle of the episode, in the middle of the baking," said ReneΓ©.

Issac Ryan Brown also sat down with Celebrity Page to share some delicious details.

"These kids walk in there with that mamba mentality! They're literally ready to go and they're cooking, cleaning...they're moving so fast. These are some really talented kids," said Brown.

And while some fans love that other cooking shows have messy disasters, in this series, viewers can expect more of a Disney ending.

"If something really disastrous happens, it's rare because all of our kids are super experienced and more than likely, they'll know how to come back or finish their cake at the very least," said Brown.
"Even if something does go wrong, it's always a lesson to be learned. It's still encouragement and inspiring, and they're just such fantastic human beings even if they mess up, they're like, 'it's okay, things happen, onto the next.' It's fantastic," added ReneΓ©.

You can watch the delicious competition on Disney's Magic Bake-Off, premiering tonight Friday August 13th on Disney Channel.

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