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The four remaining bakers are asked to reinvent two Hanukkah classics: rugelach and macaroons. Then, they must create their own unique version of a holiday croquembouche.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 26 votes.
The eight remaining bakers begin by making their best holiday whoopie pies that evoke a randomly-assigned theme of turkey, pumpkin, Pilgrims or fall foliage. Then, they must create stuffed holiday cakes that reveal a surprise center when sliced open.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 35 votes.
It's time to get crafty! The remaining nine bakers attempt to amp up the visual impact of holiday baked goods as they create festive candy cane and holiday wreath desserts.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 31 votes.
In this week's challenges, the six remaining bakers revel in the warm, taste bud-tingling flavor of ginger. They must make mini desserts highlighting candied ginger, then create three different types of holiday cookies inspired by family traditions.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 27 votes.
In the pre-heat, seven bakers must create a Thanksgiving dessert using a mystery canned fruit. Then in the main heat, bakers whip up new Turkey Day sensations by combining two traditional desserts.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 45 votes.
The seven remaining bakers get creative with Thanksgiving-inspired desserts, and in the first round, their sweets feature canned cranberry sauce. Then, in the main heat, the bakers must invent a dessert highlighting their assigned harvest ingredient: sweet potato, pumpkin, apple, pear, pomegranate, carrot or lemon.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 28 votes.
The remaining four bakers are going cocoa-loco for the holiday season in the chocolaty pre-heat, when they have to combine common pantry ingredients like balsamic vinegar, potato chips, oatmeal, red wine, olive oil and more in a new version of a classic holiday dessert. For the main heat, the bakers must use two key fruitcake components in a new dessert.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 16 votes.
The seven remaining bakers take classic holiday flavors into tasty new territory. In the first challenge, they create a swirled treat using eggnog and have to play nice with varieties of sugar and spice for their second dessert.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 48 votes.
For the pre-heat, host Bobby Deen challenges the nine bakers to take seasonal hot beverages like hot chocolate and apple cider a step further by turning them into desserts. Then, in the main heat, these culinary artisans show off their decorating skills by creating a filled Bundt cake wreath.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 73 votes.
In the epic finale, the three remaining bakers have just one challenge, but it's a massive one. Each baker taps into a favorite holiday memory and then constructs gingerbread worlds filled with all sorts of treats. The baker who can impress the judges the most will become the Holiday Baking Champion and take home $50,000!
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Holiday Baking Championship from 31 votes.
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