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Eight bakers enter the kitchen to show off their traditions and baking skills.

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Jesse Palmer challenges the three remaining bakers to make a Christmas morning brunch using the classic holiday flavors of gingerbread, cinnamon and eggnog.
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Some of the tastiest treats of Hanukkah are gold-covered chocolate coins, and Jesse Palmer challenges the four remaining bakers to give the classic treat a twist.
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The five bakers create assigned desserts that are inspired by and look like Santa Claus; the bakers are tasked with creating impressive cakes made to look like another icy North Pole staple.
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Jesse Palmer teaches the bakers a lesson in repurposing holiday gifts when they must turn panettone into an entirely new dessert; then they're challenged to create a beautifully decorated cupcake mosaic inspired by a pair of holiday pajamas.
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Jesse Palmer tasks the seven bakers with taking a beloved holiday appetizer to a whole new level with baked Brie and jam mini pies; the bakers take a prepared ingredient and use it to make a Thanksgiving dessert.
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Apple cider doughnuts are a sure sign of fall; Jesse Palmer asks the bakers to create a dozen kicked-up apple cider doughnuts decorated with seasonal themes; the bakers must transform a classic holiday yule log into a festive Thanksgiving roll cake.
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Using the crowd-pleasing holiday gift to create spiced nut desserts, each baker must make three pies using an assigned harvest ingredient and decorate each pie crust differently.
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Host Jesse Palmer asks the 10 bakers to introduce themselves with edible place cards; the competitors must bake and decorate a Danish kransekake featuring holiday ingredients like chestnuts, graham crackers or toffee.
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The four bakers must use the classic holiday flavors of peppermint and hot chocolate in a dessert and then create a holiday breakfast complete with three sweet dishes.
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The three remaining bakers face one challenge, but it's a massive one, constructing gingerbread worlds filled with all sorts of treats.
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The five bakers left to compete take the fruitcake to a new level and reinvent the yule log.
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The six remaining bakers take on making pies; the first challenge has the bakers using a store-bought crust; the second challenge involves three different pies and three different crusts.
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The seven remaining bakers take classic flavors to a new level; a swirled treat using eggnog; different versions of sugar and spice for a special dessert.
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Eight bakers have to prove their cookie baking skills in the first two challenges. The first challenge requires the bakers to use an assigned baking tool and the second challenge has the bakers using different holiday ingredients.
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Some of the tastiest treats of Hanukkah are gold-covered chocolate coins, and Jesse Palmer challenges the four remaining bakers to give the classic treat a twist by incorporating candied orange, espresso beans, smoked salt or toasted coconut.
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Three final bakers must create a beautiful edible holiday ornament display in the pre-heat; for the final main heat, the bakers must create a cake that is decorated like a gift on the outside and reveals a surprise inside when sliced.
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In the pre-heat, bakers have to combine common pantry ingredients like balsamic vinegar, potato chips, oatmeal, red wine and olive oil in a new version of a classic holiday dessert; the bakers must use two key fruitcake components in a new dessert.
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Five bakers have to update traditional rugelach with unexpected new flavors like cardamom, grapefruit, guava paste, peanut butter or chai; the judges are craving their favorite ingredients in the form of a light and creamy tiramisu in the main heat.
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The holidays are a time for artistry and decorations, so for the pre-heat, inflatable holiday decorations inspire the six bakers' cute cream puff displays; in the main heat, the bakers dazzle the judges with delicious hand-painted eggnog cakes.
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Seven bakers must make a dessert combining cranberry with another flavor; to combat the sleepiness that follows turkey, the main heat challenges the bakers to create a sweet treat that pairs coffee with an unusual flavor of coffee syrup.
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For the pre-heat, the eight bakers work in teams to make four different kinds of pies on the same sheet pan; in the main heat, the bakers embrace the stuffed feeling after the Thanksgiving meal by making stuffed cakes featuring seasonal ingredients.

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