The country's top bakers battle it out to create Halloween's spookiest and most irresistible treats.
Bakers work in teams and put their minds together to create the most outrageous and delicious left brain/right brain desserts; in the main heat, the bakers face their fears by using common phobias like insects and ghosts as inspirations for desserts.
The remaining bakers must make a glowing edible centerpiece and three accompanying creepy treats for a dessert bar.
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.
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.
Seven remaining bakers must make witches' fingers and toes and create a sauce to dip them in; the witch theme goes a step further in the main heat when the bakers must create desserts that look like witches, complete with edible brooms.
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.
John Henson takes a sugar-fueled look back at some of the most outrageous moments and disgustingly delicious desserts, including creepy-crawly critters, bloodiest baking, spine-tingling ingredients, comedy of horrors and top 10 judges' costumes.
The six remaining bakers team up to create desserts that pay tribute to the iconic Addams Family; the wonderfully creepy family is honored with dead velvet cakes, and the judges determine who's spooky enough to move on to the next round.
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The bakers use fresh flavors and colorful decorations to bring old desserts back to life and impress the judges in the Day of the Dead main heat.
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John Henson kicks off the competition by revealing all the skeletons in his family's closet to inspire the eight bakers as they make scary skeleton desserts.
John Henson kicks off the competition by revealing all the skeletons in his family's closet to inspire the eight bakers as they make scary skeleton desserts; the main heat is monster madness as the bakers conjure up monster-under-the-bed creations.
Inspired by a skull man, the bakers enter the graveyard to bring skull desserts to life in the pre-heat; for the main heat, the bakers must create a nightmare cake based on common nightmare themes; the bakers must face their fears to come out on top.
Bakers enter the fortune-telling tent at the Circus of Dread in the pre-heat challenge; competitors are tasked with creating tarot card desserts; bakers then enter the Creepy Clown Hall of Fame in the main heat, where they create impressive desserts.
It's bridal season for Halloween lovers and since bridal showers often have petit fours, the bakers are creating petit horrors in the pre-heat challenge; in the main heat, each happy couple gets a unique Halloween wedding cake.
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; the sketch helps puts the monster behind bars but now he's hungry for the main challenge.
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In the "Silence of the Yams" pre-heat challenge, bakers make yam desserts that evoke classic scary movie cliches from chainsaws and hockey masks to bloody knives and creepy dolls; bakers create a pumpkin patch out of mini bundt cakes.
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The competition begins with a difficult pre-heat as the eight Halloween bakers weave spider web desserts with creatures inside; wily witch hunter John Henson challenges the bakers to create melting desserts that reveal a Halloween item inside.
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Host John Henson's mummy issues inspire the challenge of crepe cakes and the judges decide on the creepiest.
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The remaining four bakers go digging to create terrifyingly tasty grave-robber desserts; for the main heat, it's a night at the cemetery as the competitors sculpt marbled tomb cakes to impress the judges.
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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.