When Kelly and her two best friends stumble upon a mysterious cookbook, they discover the book's recipes are far from ordinary-they're magical. Attempting to use the recipes to release Kelly's grandmother from a powerful curse, they uncover more clues surrounding Grandma's mystery and learn each recipe comes with a hefty price. Bigger secrets are about to be unearthed when you Just Add Magic!
Kelly, Hannah and Darbie are on the hunt for a special ingredient in order to determine Chuck's whereabouts. The ingredient only blooms once a year - on Halloween. The Girls have to find a way to go back to last year's Halloween and get it without running into their past selves.
Using the special ingredient the girls gathered from last Halloween, they cook up a Miso Soup to determine Chuck's location. However, when that fails to work, Kelly instead cooks a "Settle the Beef" sandwich in order to draw Chuck to them instead...but in order for it to work, Kelly has to spell her own Grandma.
The girls have their first interaction with Chuck, but it quickly becomes clear that he is suffering from some sort of amnesia. He doesn't remember anything about the Pluot Festival in 1965. Grandma and Mama P think he's lying and can't be trusted, so the girls cook a trust spell that helps Chuck adjust to the modern day - but it also unlocks some of his memories from 1965.
Unable to get consistent answers from Grandma, Ms. Silvers, or Mama P about exactly what happened with Chuck in 1965, Kelly, Hannah and Darbie cook a recipe that allows them to observe past events. Meanwhile, Chuck gets closer to the Quinn family when he saves Buddy from a skateboarding accident.
Worried that Chuck is getting too close to her family, Kelly and Darbie cook a special mint that acts as a lie detector, so that she can get her Dad to see through Chuck's act. Darbie uses the mint on her own Dad when he invites her to lunch at Saphrön to meet his new girlfriend Amy.
When the girls cook a fix it spell to help repair Jake's food bike, they find themselves compelled to remedy all problems, from repairing cabinets to helping Mama P spruce up the café. In the end, Kelly crosses paths with Chuck realizing he needs some emotional fixing.
The book leads Kelly to Chuck's hideout, hidden by an invisibility spell he cast. Kelly makes herself invisible in order to get inside, and is shocked to discover that Chuck is making his own magic cookbook.
After the girls discover Chuck is creating his own magical book using their recipes, they have to cook a strength spell in order to get the book safely returned to them.
Chuck knows the girls have taken his book, so he gives them, Grandma, Silvers and Mama P a sleep spell. Now, all six of them must stay awake long enough to cook a counter-spell together.
Kelly finds herself using magic to solve every problem, big or small, forcing Hannah and Darbie to hide the book from her. Meanwhile, Chuck finds a new way into the girls' lives through Jake.
Kelly cooks a secrets spell searching for answers to the Chuck mystery. The spell reveals more questions than answers when everyone around her is compelled to tell her their secrets, culminating in the biggest secret of all - one that is hidden within the pages of the book itself.
As the girls continue to uncover details about Chuck's history, they must cook a spell to save Jake from Chuck's magic.
Kelly, Hannah and Darbie are racing to solve the final mystery within the pages of the book before Chuck manages to trap one of them inside the book for all time. Along the way, they learn a surprising bit of information about Chuck's past and his family.
When the magical cookbook goes missing from Kelly's backpack, the girls cook a tracking spell to find it again, but they are worried it might have left them forever.
In trying to get the cookbook back, Kelly, Hannah and Darbie accidentally intercept a spell that makes them unlikable.
When the girls create a spell to get RJ to give back the cookbook, they inadvertently learn that, sometimes, by giving up what you want, you get what you need.
In order to learn more about RJ and find the other former protectors, the three girls do some investigating using a spell that speeds up time.
Kelly, Darbie and Hannah use a telepathy spell to go undercover at Saphrön to investigate Noelle Jasper.
Noelle is suspicious of the girls and curses them with a mystery spell which makes everyone pay attention to their smallest move.
Kelly, Hannah, and Darbie try a spell on Mama P to help her remember magic, but it backfires and they take away Mama P's personality, which then passes from person to person as the whole town starts to act like Mama P.
In order to protect themselves, the trio cooks a spell to help them remember magic forever. The downside is that they forget their friendship and ever meeting.
When the girls accidentally multiply Ms. Silvers trying to protect her, each of them has to spend the day with one of the clones keeping her safe from the forget-magic spell.
Kelly, Hannah and Darbie cook a spell to protect anyone from entering Kelly’s house, but they accidentally trap themselves inside with Terri, Jill, and Mr. Morris – anyone could be a suspect.
After Mr. Morris reveals that he was not a former Protector, the three girls learn the history of who owned the magical cookbook before them.
On the opening night of Darbie's play, the three girls cook a detective spell to help them identify who or where Caroline could be, but they get lost in the details.
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 the Shut'em Up Shortcake silences Kelly's pesky little brother and the Healing Hazelnut Tart heals Darbie's ankle, the girls discover they have the power of magic.
In order to unravel the mystery of how to save Grandma, the Girls make a Brain Boosting Bolognese to help decipher the book's clues. But at school, they learn that there is such a thing as being too smart for your own good. Meanwhile, the mystery of Grandma's past deepens.
When the Girls lose the neighbors' dog Cowboy, they cast a Lost and Found-ue spell to bring him back. But instead of finding Cowboy, they attract everything that has been lost in the neighborhood over the years. Mama P attempts to use magic to prepare for a long-awaited trip while Ms. Silvers finds something she's been searching for.
The Girls attempt to get Mama P to disclose the mysteries of the past by baking her a Bitter Truth Truffle, but their plans are foiled when Terri accidentally eats one of them. Kelly is forced to spend the day with her mom to cover for her excessive honesty. Meanwhile, Hannah and Darbie butt heads while searching for a way to break Terri's spell.
In order to convince Jake that magic is real, the Girls cook three mystery spells for him to try. Unfortunately, Jake isn't easily convinced, and the unexpected downsides jeopardize Hannah's chances of winning a school-wide fund raising contest.
When Kelly and Hannah forget Darbie's birthday, they whip up a surprise sugary feast. But a magical mistake causes it to be a celebration they'll never forget. To undo the magic, Darbie must sneak into one of the scariest places in town.
After the Girls learn more of the book's secret history from an unexpected ally, they cook Mind Peering Peppermints to learn who cursed Grandma. The magic leads to surprises at home, and they come away with more questions than answers.
When Kelly finally finds her magical mentor, her cooking and spell knowledge is put to the test. Meanwhile, Darbie and Hannah learn that "forever" is a long time when they use magic to become BFF's with a world famous author who brings new meaning to the term, "stick together."
After Buddy wreaks havoc while Kelly is babysitting him and Ms. Silvers catches Hannah snooping around her house, the Girls cook a "do-over" spell to rewind their day and set things right. The mystery deepens when they discover that Grandma's not the only person who's been cursed in Saffron Falls.
Looking for clues, Kelly decides to access her memories from the day before Grandma was cursed by cooking a powerful spell which comes with an equally powerful price. Hannah dives into a 50-year-old mystery, and Darbie discovers being Jake isn't easy when she helps him for a day.
Following the trail of clues, the Girls plan a Father-Daughter camping trip to lead them to Grandma's last stop before she was cursed. The Girls cook Off-The-Trail Mix to uncover the next clue in their quest to save Grandma. Back in Saffron Falls, Jake tries to get his food bike into the upcoming Pluot Festival.
In Part 1 of the season finale, Kelly has finally found a recipe that will save Grandma but the uncertainty around what its side effects are causes a riff between the friends. Before Kelly can cook it, she's grounded and Darbie must eat Walk-In-My-Shoes Schnitzel to impersonate her at home. Hannah continues to unravel secrets about the book that will put all of them at risk.
In Part 2 of the season finale, the true villain is revealed. With the whole town in jeopardy, our Girls are Saffron Falls' only hope, and must rely on what they've learned about cooking with magic to attempt to break the most powerful curse Saffron Falls has ever seen. It's only until after they succeed that they realize some curses aren't always meant to be broken.
After re-growing the magical garden, Kelly's Grandma appears...from 1975! Becky has cooked a recipe that inadvertently alters the course of history and everything is turned topsy-turvy. Kelly, Hannah and Darbie have to travel back in time to 1975 to set things straight.
Magical plants are sprouting up all over Saffron Falls and people across town are being spelled by things growing in their own garden. Could this be the downside of bringing the garden back to life?
An earthquake rattles Saffron Falls, unearthing a secret bunker belonging to Chuck's family. Kelly, Hannah and Darbie need to cook a decoding spell to get inside before anyone else can.
Darbie's friendship with Piper is in trouble - and when Kelly and Hannah try to help, they magically get stuck to Piper and have to follow her around all day. Will Piper find out about the magic too?
An unknown villain puts a spell on the three girls, making any food they touch turn to rot in their hands. This means they can't cook a counter spell themselves and have to turn to an unlikely source for help.
Now that they know who the Night Bandit is, the friends cook a spell that lets them see through the villain's eyes. Things get complicated when Darbie peers through Hannah's eyes and sees that something is troubling her at school.
Darbie attempts to solve Hannah's problems by cooking a karma spell, while Mama P has a revelation on her extended vacation. In the end, Hannah discovers she can handle her issues at school without the use of magic at all.
Hannah and Darbie throw a surprise birthday party for Kelly, who is distracted by the mystery of the Night Bandit and can't enjoy her own party. Turns out Kelly may be keeping a secret of her own...
As they race to break the spell that is poisoning Kelly, Hannah and Darbie hope that they don't face yet another downside.
Grandma disappears into thin air, prompting Kelly, Hannah and Darbie to travel through time to create a brand-new spice that can save her. But will they have to pay the ultimate sacrifice and say goodbye to the cookbook forever?
The magic cookbook has moved on to a new set of protectors in Bay City. Kelly, Hannah and Darbie must help the new trio understand magic in order to keep a wedding from being cancelled. Ish and Leo are introduced as new protectors that have been friends in the past, but have since grown apart.