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Host Scott Conant challenges chefs to use their culinary skills to craft confections.

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Four chefs stretch their imaginations as they craft towering architectural desserts; they face awfully challenging duck offal in the round one basket and play with chocolate, strawberry and peanut flavors in round two.
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A birthday-themed competition; the chefs use popcorn and insect flour.
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The competitors are challenged to make mashup masterpieces; a nutty version of a doughnut in the round one basket, and a hyped-up hybrid meat appears in round two.
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Scott greets four chefs who are excited to make extraordinary desserts using expensive ingredients.
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Scott Conant welcomes four chefs to a doughnut-themed competition, and they must make sense of what's in the baskets before they can create sugary, deep-fried masterpieces.
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Four chefs have to create breakfast themed desserts and the baskets are filled with reminders of the most important meal of the day, including a coffee drink, a cleverly designed candy and waffle dough.
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A Chinese delicacy is a sign that only the strong will survive; a vanilla desserts must have a dried fruit and a cooked protein; a decadent finding in the last basket puts the competitors in a chocolatey state of mind.
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It's a crazy ride as Scott dares four chefs to make colorful, carnival-themed desserts for the judges while also bringing their personalities to the table.
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Scott gives four chefs a challenge to make frosty desserts and as the clock ticks down on the first round, it's unclear if all the chefs will finish in time.
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In this all-chocolate challenge, four pastry artists whip up decadent, chocolaty creations that are as beautiful as they are craveable.
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Scott greets four chefs to a battle of turning bargain items into amazing priceless treats.
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Miniature sweets make a large impression as Scott Conant challenges four chefs to prove they can make adorable tiny treats that are delectable little works of art.
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Scott Conant challenges the chefs to turn adult beverages into pastry perfection.
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The humble cookie takes the spotlight as Scott Conant challenges four pastry artists to make an imaginative twist on popular cookies.
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In round one, time is a challenge and the chefs have to adapt quickly; chefs uncover a huge ingredient in the second basket; round three has the two finalists wondering what is so great about super worms.
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Four extraordinary, sugar-savvy chefs compete in a festive competition; they find a startling surprise in the first basket; stressful setbacks in the second round and goody, goody gumdrops in the final basket; only one can be Chopped Sweets Champion.
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The fear factor is off the charts when the competing chefs must work with some dangerously delicious ingredients, such as scary, hairy creepy-crawlies in the first basket; from moldy to super stinky, the second basket delivers on the deadly theme.
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The competitors get a tropical theme; an island cocktail and a Hawaiian dish.
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The competing chefs endeavor to make bright and bold fruit-themed desserts. A tropical drink and a chewy snack keep the chefs' minds spinning in round one. Punch and pavlova make for an alluring, alliterative pair in the second round.
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An all-American, all-desserts competition; a flag cake in the first basket.

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