Holiday Baking Championship
In the first round, the seven bakers make baked Brie and jam mini pies. The main heat is all about being prepared for greatness as the bakers take a prepared ingredient and use it to make a crowd-pleasing Thanksgiving dessert.
The six bakers must turn panettone, the classic holiday Italian sweet bread, into an entirely new dessert. Then they're challenged to create a beautifully decorated cupcake mosaic inspired by a pair of holiday pajamas.
The five bakers create desserts that are inspired by and look like Santa Claus. Then they're tasked with making impressive cakes that look like another icy North Pole staple: an igloo.
The four remaining bakers give Hanukkah's gold-covered chocolate coins a twist by incorporating candied orange, espresso beans and more. Then they bake up cheesecakes decorated with edible shiny ice rinks.
The three bakers make a Christmas morning brunch using gingerbread, cinnamon and eggnog. Then they must create cakes that are plaid both on the inside and the outside, and one baker is crowned the winner and takes home $25,000.
Bakers compete to make the best holiday decorated quick bread wreaths and a winter hat cake to charm judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Carla Hall.
Host Jesse Palmer asks the 10 bakers to highlight a nut or seed in a holiday dessert. Then, the competitors must use a fundamental holiday ingredient in unseasonable desserts, like icebox cakes or fruit tarts.
Host Jesse Palmer asks the nine bakers to make holiday cookie-topped mini pies. Then, it's pie pandemonium as the competitors celebrate fall with flavour combos such as pumpkin-cider and chestnut-chocolate in cream pies, lattice pies and more.
The challenge for the eight bakers is to turn breakfast items into Thanksgiving desserts. Friendsgiving potluck-inspired desserts are made to impress judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Carla Hall.
Host Jesse Palmer gives the seven bakers advent calendars filled with chocolate to inspire them to make desserts with a surprise inside. Then, for the main heat, the competitors must bake one delicious cheesecake with three different flavours.
Jesse Palmer challenges the competitors to work in teams to create a twist on traditional Hanukkah jelly doughnuts. Then, the bakers get creative with holiday decorated upside-down cakes to satisfy judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Carla Hall.
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