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Several of the best child bakers in the country will do battle in a series of delicious challenges.

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Fruit is an essential component of baking, so Valerie and Duff dare the final three bakers to create fruit cakes, but not the holiday kind.
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Valerie and Duff dare the four bakers to show off their skills by making 3D dinosaur cookies in the shape of a T. rex, velociraptor, stegosaurus, brontosaurus or triceratops.
aired 31 days ago
An insider's look at the clever baked goods that got these kid bakers a desired spot in the contest.
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The remaining six bakers create Italian rainbow cookies featuring classic flavors like espresso.
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Ice cream cones are for more than just holding ice cream; Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge the seven kid bakers to create impressive ice cream cone cupcakes in order to stay in the game.
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Potatoes aren't just for french fries anymore, now they're for decorating; Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman ask the eight remaining bakers to carve potato cutouts and create colorful potato-print cookies.
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The nine young bakers create llama cupcakes in a chosen flavor; hosts and judges Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman also welcome a special guest.
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Valerie and Duff challenge the remaining 10 bakers to create desserts that look like sandwiches.
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Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge the 11 young bakers to create assigned Neapolitan desserts featuring chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.
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Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman are going back to the 1970s as they challenge the 12 young competitors to make shag cakes; each baker must make a cake in their chosen flavor and then decorate it to create a shag texture.
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Interior decorating is the inspiration as Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman dare five kid bakers to make beautiful decorations and mouthwatering layers in show-stopping trifles.
aired 66 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge the remaining 10 bakers to create desserts that look like sandwiches.
aired 73 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge the 11 young bakers to create assigned Neapolitan desserts featuring chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.
aired 80 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman are going back to the 1970s as they challenge the 12 young competitors to make shag cakes.
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Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge the three remaining bakers to create cakes that look like a spaceship, aliens or another planet.
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Four young bakers get a late-summer fruit to bake a beautiful and delicious pie.
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Five young bakers must make a poke cake with fillings such as pureed fruit or pudding, but as an added challenge, they must make the finished dessert look like a hedgehog.
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The six young bakers must create imposters that look like international dishes, such as sushi or shish kebab, but taste like dessert.
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Seven young bakers must make a giant doughnut cake, using Bundt cake pans and an assigned flavor like strawberry or maple, and then decorating to look like an oversized doughnut.
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The eight bakers must choose to defend Bird Island or Pig Island in this round inspired by the animated film "The Angry Birds Movie 2"; bakers make a dozen cupcakes based on a character from the film, then team up to build an edible island.
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Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge the nine young bakers to get creative and colorful; Cakes in assigned flavors like chocolate, red velvet and coconut are splattered with color and the brighter and crazier, the better.

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