|"The Baker King"|
| Season 1, episode 21|
|Airdate:||November 8, 2013|
|Writer:|| Laurie Israel|
|Director:|| Jamie Mitchell|
Larry Leichliter (co-director)
"Sofia the First: The Floating Palace"
King Roland finds how hard life is as a simple baker, when a magical mirror makes his to be one come true.
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- Cedric (mentioned only)
- "Mr. Teapot" (only appearance; no lines)
- King Nasir (mentioned only)
- Constable Myles (mentioned only)
- Bakery customer (only appearance)
- Mother (only appearance)
- Mother's daughter (only appearance)
- Mother's son (only appearance)
- Miss Sarkin (only appearance)
|Ariel Winter||Princess Sofia|
|Darcy Rose Byrnes||Princess Amber|
|Zach Callison||Prince James|
|Sara Ramirez||Queen Miranda|
|Travis Willingham||King Roland II|
|Court Young||Bakery customer|
|G.K. Bowes||Village mom|
|Nika Futterman|| Village wife|
|Craig Gerber||Village husband|
- This episode was included on the Sofia the First: Holiday in Enchancia DVD on November 4, 2014.
- Disney Press published a book adaptation called Riches to Rags on May 5, 2015.
- The "elf situation" that Baileywick mentions is resolved in the aptly named "The Elf Situation".
- Violet spoke about wearing a fancy dress at the villager's ball, but she wasn't even there.
- It's unknown what happened to the real baker of Dunwiddie; he didn't take Roland's place. Roland, himself, wasn't replaced by anybody. Everybody just thinks the king had disappeared (along with the rest of the family). This may be to show Roland he is the only one fit to be king.
- The one who came into the shop may have been the baker, because he was in charge in "Cedric Be Good".