How to watch Project Bakeover online in Australia

Posted: 9 September 2021 4:56 pm
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This engaging culinary series makes for a relaxing watch.

Project Bakeover centres on struggling bakeries which benefit from the skill of pastry chef Steve Hodge and the eye of design guru Tiffany Pratt. Together, they help bakery owners revamp their menus and spaces to attract more customers and take the first steps on the road to success.

Over the course of 10 episodes, Project Bakeover (like makeover but for bakeries, get it?) delivers inspiring stories of bakers on the brink of losing it all who manage to turn their businesses around with a little outside help. Sounds good? You can now binge the entirety of season 1 online.

When can I watch all Project Bakeover episodes?

The first season of Project Bakeover dropped in full on BINGE and Foxtel from 8 September.

How to watch Project Bakeover in Australia

The most affordable way to watch Project Bakeover in Australia is with streaming service BINGE. The platform offers a wide library of TV shows, movies, documentaries and reality television.

Subscriptions start at $10 a month, with 14 days for free. In other words, you can sign up and stream the show without committing for the service long term. Other recent highlights on BINGE include crime series Vigil and offbeat comedy Reservation Dogs.

The show aired on Lifestyle Food and should also be available to watch via Foxtel on demand. Or, you can stream Project Bakeover with Foxtel Now. You only need the basic Essentials pack, priced at $25 a month. New subscribers get a 10-day free trial.

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Project Bakeover preview

Coming from Canada, Project Bakeover is hosted by Steve Hodge, who is a pastry chef, master chocolatier and entrepreneur. You might know him as a judge on dessert competition series Great Chocolate Showdown (yum!). While he helps bakers re-think their menus and recipes, his co-host, designer Tiffany Pratt, works on upgrading the retail space. Pratt also appeared in Buy IT, Fix IT, Sell IT and Canada's Home to Win.

The format of the series is pretty straightforward, with Hodge and Pratt overhauling a bakery over the course of a week. Viewers can follow Hodge as he capitalises on his vast experience to offer the bakers recipe advice and help them figure out which tasty goods can turn a profit. At the same time, Pratt uses her flair for interior design to renovate the bakeries so that they look more welcoming to potential clients.

The bakers featured on the series all have inspiring stories but struggle with their bakeries, so they welcome the outside help. In 1 episode, for instance, a mum and daughter have issues with organisation and leadership at their family-run Filipino bakery. In another, a self-taught baker succeeded in turning her home-based business into a fully-fledged bakery, but customers aren't showing up.

Project Bakeover is a series about talented business owners who find themselves overwhelmed and get a lifeline to bring their bakeries to the next level. If you're looking for something relaxing to watch after a long day, you can't go wrong with this.

Project Bakeover trailer

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