Junior Bake Off is a nationwide talent search for junior amateur bakers. All applicants must be aged 9 years (or over) on 1st June 2021, but less than 16 years on 30th September 2021.
How old do you have to be for Junior Bake Off?
If you, or someone you know, are aged 9-15 and love baking, apply for the next series of Junior Bake Off. We’re looking for talented home bakers to impress our judges. Apply today and who knows, you could end up baking in the world-famous tent later this year… Start your application now!
How do you get chosen for Junior Bake Off?
JUNIOR BAKE OFF SELECTION CRITERIA
You need to be extremely enthusiastic about baking. You need to consider yourself better at baking than most other children you know. You need to bake often on your own or at least under the supervision of a parent/guardian.
Is Junior Bake Off on Netflix?
Is The Junior Bake Off on Netflix? Unlike the Great British Bake Off, Junior Bake Off is not available on Netflix, so you’ll have to rely on Channel 4 or TV player to watch it.
What time does Junior Bake Off Start 2021?
When will The Great British Bake Off 2021 air? Channel 4 has announced that the series will return to screens on Tuesday 21 September at 8pm.
What are the rules of Junior Bake Off?
Junior Bake Off is a nationwide talent search for junior amateur bakers. All applicants must be aged 9 years (or over) on 1st June 2021, but less than 16 years on 30th September 2021. All applicants must be resident in the UK (including Isle of Man and Channel Islands).
What is the prize for Junior Bake Off?
What is the prize for winning Junior Bake Off 2021? The winner takes home the special glass cake stand trophy and personal satisfaction, rather than their triumph coming with a cheque. Of course, the exposure from appearing on the show can be an exciting prize in itself.
How many applicants are there for Junior Bake Off?
Junior Bake Off typically sees 20 contestants taking part, starting the competition with two separate week-long heats. Across five episodes, each heat will feature 10 bakers who will face Technical Bakes and Showstopper challenges.
Why did Mel and Sue leave Bake Off?
The duo reportedly found out about the show’s move to Channel 4 from a news report and were not happy with the lack of communication between them and the producers.