Just Add Magic on Prime Video – Family Time TV

My daughter likes all things witches and Magic, so when I found Just Add Magic on Prime Video, I knew she would love it. I added it to our list of shows to watch and began to watch a few each night after dinner.

I try to find shows that I know my daughter will like, so while I am searching for new shows for my husband and me to watch, I also look for age-appropriate shows for her. While my daughter spends the majority of her time on YouTube or Netflix, I have found a few shows that we can all enjoy together on Amazon Prime Video.

Just Add Magic on Prime Video

Just Add Magic on Prime Video

For ages 6-11 and based on the book of the same name by Cindy Callaghan. There are currently 4 seasons on Prime Video.

Kelly Quinn and her two BFF’s, Darbie and Hannah, stumble upon her grandmother’s mysterious cookbook in the attic and discover some far from ordinary recipes. When they begin to try out the recipes, they find out the recipes have magic powers and a price to pay for using them. Beware to those who eat the created food.

Just add magic

The girls get involved in many different predicaments trying to save Kelly’s Grandma from a curse at the same time trying to keep the cookbook a secret.

While looking through the cookbook, they realize they have never heard of some of the ingredients. They connect with Mama P, a previous keeper of the cookbook, along with 2 of her old friends (Kelly’s Grandma and Ms. Silvers). Not long after the visit, the girls figure out the connections of the cookbook.

Follow along to find out all the secrets and spells of the magic cookbook. Nothing is ever as it seems. Can they save Kelly’s grandmother and will the cookbook be safe.

If you don’t have Prime but want to watch, don’t worry, it is on Family Channel as of April 20, 2019.

Have you already watched Just Add Magic? What did you think of the show?

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