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Some of America's best bakers get set to prove their skills in this springtime baking championship.

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Remaining bakers celebrate Mother's Day; competitors make baked items inspired by mai tais, mojitos or mimosas; they then use flavors inspired by Mom's favorite coffee drinks to create cakes featuring their Mother's Day gifts; the winner is chosen.
aired 135 days ago
Bonus footage showcasing never-before-seen moments of the bakers creating their masterpieces; pink is the color of spring, and rosé is a party wine, so the four remaining bakers are charged with making mini desserts featuring rosé and cheese.
aired 135 days ago
Bonus footage showcasing never-before-seen moments of the bakers creating their masterpieces; for Earth Day, the five bakers are celebrating the bounty of Mother Nature, starting with wondrous walnut desserts featuring an assortment of flower honeys.
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Easter is a time for colorful desserts and marshmallow treats, so the six remaining bakers have to create an ooey-gooey marshmallow dessert in a bright Easter color; competitors must bake and decorate a tropical fruit-flavored dessert.
aired 136 days ago
Bakers are challenged with turning a can of biscuits into a spring dessert flavored with lemonade, bourbon or sweet tea; host Clinton Kelly asks each baker to give a classic Southern cake a Spring makeover and include a Southern pantry ingredient.
aired 136 days ago
Eight bakers are paired up in teams to create harmonious mashups of two different desserts; the pressure is on at the Spring Baking Championship Spelling Bee when the teams have to make colorful cream tart words that evoke spring.
aired 136 days ago
Spring is a time for fun at the fair, so bakers are tasked with creating blue ribbon-worthy rhubarb pies with decorative crusts; the competitors have to make larger-than-life versions of favorite fairground treats.
aired 136 days ago
Bakers celebrate spring by combining all things cute and delicious in their animal-themed doughnuts for the first challenge; competitors get in touch with their inner artists as they create watercolor cakes.
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Some of America's best bakers get set to prove their skills in this springtime baking championship.
aired 142 days ago
The three finalists must create red, white and blue American flag cakes; one of the bakers will win $50,000.
aired 143 days ago
The four bakers must make whoopie pie critters found in a garden; the bakers must capture the drips and drops of rainfall in a cake.
aired 143 days ago
The five bakers create fruit tarts from the heart in a kaleidoscope of colors and flavors; vintage dessert and mom classics like peach cobbler, bread pudding, chocolate cream pie and pineapple upside down cake get a makeover.
aired 143 days ago
The six remaining bakers attempt to lighten up a dense, dark brownie and give a classic Napoleon a springtime twist.
aired 143 days ago
The seven remaining bakers celebrate the Kentucky Derby with their takes on mint julep desserts and cookie garlands.
aired 143 days ago
The eight remaining bakers must make tropical desserts and destination doughnuts based on locations such as a poolside resort, a spring cruise and a Vegas getaway.
aired 143 days ago
Nine of the best bakers in America create Easter egg desserts and bunny cakes.
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For Earth Day, the five bakers are celebrating the bounty of Mother Nature, starting with wondrous walnut desserts featuring an assortment of flower honeys.
aired 151 days ago
Easter is a time for colorful desserts and marshmallow treats, so the six remaining bakers have to create an ooey-gooey marshmallow dessert in a bright Easter color.
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The seven bakers put a spring spin on Southern classics, starting with the challenge of turning a can of biscuits into a spring dessert flavored with lemonade, bourbon or sweet tea.
aired 163 days ago
The three remaining bakers take on a wedding dessert bar challenge; creating a wedding cake that deserves to be the centerpiece of the big day.
aired 164 days ago
The bakers must make memorable Memorial Day desserts to make it to the finale; in the first challenge the bakers must create a pie for a spring picnic; red, white and blue desserts.

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