Michelle Obama is back on Netflix for a sweet, new project. The former First Lady will appear on the streamer’s family show Waffles + Mochi, which will explore and celebrate food from around the world. In the colorful, puppet-filled series, she will play a supermarket owner who helps best friends Waffles and Mochi, aspiring chefs and employees at the market, as they embark on a grand culinary adventure.

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“I’m beyond thrilled to share that on March 16, I’ll be launching a new show on @Netflix called Waffles + Mochi! I’m excited for families and children everywhere to join us on our adventures as we discover, cook, and eat delicious food from all over the world,” the former FLOTUS announced on Twitter.

Michelle and Barack Obama are also executive producers on the series, which was created through their Higher Ground Productions company. In 2018, the couple landed a major, multiyear deal with Netflix to produce a whole range of content, “potentially including scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries, and features.”

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This Is Probably Michelle Obama's Cutest TV Appearance Yet
Photo: Netflix

Their first project for Netflix was the documentary American Factory, which premiered at Sundance in 2019 and arrived to the streaming platform later that year. The company was also behind the Michelle-centered doc, Becoming, which followed the former First Lady on her memoir book tour and her transition to life after the White House.

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This Is Probably Michelle Obama's Cutest TV Appearance Yet
Photo: Netflix

Just last week, Higher Ground announced a whole slate of new, upcoming content, including the series Firekeeper’s Daughter, adapted from Angeline Boulley’s same-name YA thriller, and the feature film Exit West, based on Mohsin Hamid’s novel.

Take a closer look at Michelle’s appearance in Waffles + Mochi below. The show premieres on March 16.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US