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The four remaining bakers connect with the other side, baking up a tomb dessert for the pre-heat. Next, the bakers make a dessert inspired by the colorful artistry and spirit of Mexico's Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, in order to move on to the Halloween Baking Championship finale.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 14 votes.
Nothing says Halloween more than scary monsters, and in the pre-heat, the seven bakers must create creepy bite-sized monster treats. For the main heat, zombies attack as the bakers are faced with whipping up a zombie dessert that makes the judges hungry for a bite.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 26 votes.
Five bakers remain, and the creepy, dangerous donuts they whip up in the first challenge are a sight to be seen. Then, for the main challenge, the bakers dig even deeper into their baking skills with graveyard pumpkin desserts that are to die for. But one baker won't make it out alive.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 17 votes.
For the pre-heat, mummy's the word as the six remaining bakers are asked to make a Halloween mummy dessert using pre-made pie dough. Next, the bakers must create a candy-stuffed, wicked cake based on a Halloween icon.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 19 votes.
The final four bakers take on a haunted house cake battle for the title of Halloween Baking Champion and the $50,000 grand prize!
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 19 votes.
Down to six bakers and it's time for a big, bad, monster mash. The bakers spook the judges with their sculpted scary treats and then mash up flavors and themes to create devilishly delicious desserts! But one baker's creepy concoction doesn't cut it and gets the axe.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 27 votes.
Things are only getting spookier with just five bakers left in the competition, who must head to the haunted circus for the pre-heat and create a dozen scary clown cake pops. Then, the main heat moves to the freak show, as the bakers make frighteningly strange mash-up desserts.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 19 votes.
The Halloween Baking Championship has come alive and seven of the country's best bakers compete in the sweetest trick or treat challenge. In the first challenge, the bakers battle it out over the best creepy cupcakes and then kick it up in the second challenge with classic costume desserts.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 24 votes.
Five remaining bakers take a light, sweet and utterly harmless dessert and head to the dark side; it's a main heat filled with frights as the bakers make scary mask desserts to spook the judges; one baker is eliminated at the end of the round.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 21 votes.
A monster has ransacked the kitchen and is on the loose! The bakers work together in the pre-heat challenge to create a 3-D suspect sketch out of pate a choux to help track him down. The sketch helps puts the monster behind bars but now he's hungry for the main heat challenge that involves monster-sized Halloween deserts like giant cupcakes, pies, cream puffs and more.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 23 votes.
In the final pre-heat, the three remaining bakers must fill a haunted tree with decorated Halloween cookies. For the grand finale, the bakers have just six hours to construct a spooky "ginger dead" house. Special guest Duff Goldman stops by to put a fright into the bakers, then the most impressive house wins one baker the title of Halloween Baking Champion and $25,000!
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 16 votes.
As their nightmare begins in the grand foyer, host Carla Hall encourages the 10 competitors to reveal their deepest fears by baking haunted house cakes. Then, the bakers compete in the dagger game for a reward that could be the difference between life and death in the competition judged by Carla, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 12 votes.
In the devil's den, host Carla Hall challenges the six remaining bakers to conjure up a devilish dessert using unusual ingredients, such as sauerkraut, beets, tamarind paste and canned tomato soup. The competitors must get creative to avoid the fiery pit of elimination and impress Carla and the other judges, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 9 votes.
Eight bakers show off their decorating skills by creating Halloween candy-filled cookies; for the main heat, it's oozy fun with sublime slime desserts where bakers can make any treat, but it must be filled with a gooey slime.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 34 votes.
Comedian John Henson hosts as the six remaining bakers team up to create desserts that pay tribute to the iconic Addams Family -- scary on the outside and sweet on the inside. During the main heat challenge, the wonderfully creepy family is honored with "dead velvet" cakes, and judges Carla Hall, Katie Lee and Zac Young determine who's spooky enough to move on to the next round.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 21 votes.
Four remaining bakers attempt to make desserts that taste like their favorite candy bars; bakers face death by chocolate and must create a dessert that combines chocolate with odd ingredients; one baker is eliminated.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 23 votes.
The competition begins with a deliciously difficult pre-heat as the eight Halloween bakers weave spider web desserts with creatures trapped inside. In the main heat, wily witch hunter John Henson challenges the bakers to create melting desserts that reveal a Halloween item inside.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 20 votes.
In the pre-heat challenge, host John Henson asks the seven bakers to create spine-chilling desserts guided by spirits, such as bourbon and rum. Then they use fresh flavors and colorful decorations to bring old desserts back to life and impress judges Carla Hall, Katie Lee and Zac Young in the Day of the Dead main heat.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 22 votes.
The three remaining bakers must make a glowing edible centerpiece and three different creepy treats for a spooky Halloween party dessert bar. In the final challenge the bakers must create Jack-O-Lantern cakes that light up. Only one winning baker will carve out the title of Halloween Baking Champion and take home the grand $25,000 prize!
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 17 votes.
The seven remaining bakers continue their journey through the haunted house to the creepy nursery. Host Carla Hall challenges the competitors to bake 3-D demon doll cakes with a diabolically assigned flavor to be judged by Carla, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Halloween Baking Championship from 12 votes.
Last updated: oct 31, 2020
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