JUNIOR Bake Off audiences were all left for the same thing tonight.
The rest of the little bakers joined the first Junior Bake Off tonight – Super Snacks.
In addition to making the ultimate waffle sandwich, they also have to make giant versions of their favorite sweet treat.
However, viewers quickly noticed that when the kids worked on their work, some had a short height disadvantage.
One baker in particular – Lola, nine – struggled to get her items in the freezer, which is high above the fridge.
On Twitter, viewers expressed outrage at the situation, with one post: “Why not taking a step for small children is unfair because the accident happened without being too #juniorbakeoff.”
Another indignant: “B ****** s! Lola can’t help her grow taller. You can imagine the uproar if in the main show someone short or in wheelchairs was at a disadvantage. about the height when using such equipment. You are shady b ****** s.”
A third tweeted: “Someone got a step for that #juniorbakeoff freezer.”
Another agreed, writing: “Can’t they provide a small step for younger kids to get to the freezer? #JuniorBakeOff.”
Lola didn’t let her height get in the way and she safely passed the challenge and made it to the ring.
Sadly, the same cannot be said for 13-year-old Salma, who didn’t have the best day in the tent and was sent home by the judges.
Junior Bake Off is available on All4.
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