Disney is jumping into the food world with a new online network called Disney Eats.
The entertainment giant will partner with Tastemade on a slew of original culinary shows, the Mouse House said at a presentation Tuesday in New York.
Disney Eats will target millennial families and their Gen-Z children by highlighting co-cooking experiences — like its soon-to-debut show, “Kitchen Little,” which will showcase kids working with celebrity chefs.
A second show, “Tiny Kitchen,” will feature chefs creating small replicas of food from Disney movies.
True to form, Disney will also sell products — such as Minnie Mouse aprons and Mickey Mouse food molds — used in Disney Eats programs.