Tidings of Cheer and Victory
Decking the Halls with Dessert

Tidings of Cheer and Victory

Just in time for the holidays, teams of two young bakers are getting in the spirit of the season — the competitive spirit, that is. It's up to these fiercely talented kids to prepare merry sweet treats in the hopes of staying on the judges' "nice" list.

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  • Hosts Ali Sweeney and Harley Morenstein ask the kids to bake and decorate holiday train cakes. For the first round, the kids turn cookie stacks into decorative holiday trees. Then, they continue the reforestation with sugar cone trees. The most talented team wins $10,000.

  • Hosts Sharone Hakman and Ali Sweeney make the baking teams go nuts with snow creatures made out of doughnuts! In the first challenge, the kids must create cereal treat homes for their creatures, then in the second round, they have to create an "odd snowman out" to join their snow creature clans. The $10,000 prize goes to the best team.

  • Hosts Sharone Hakman and Ali Sweeney make the baking teams go nuts with snow creatures made out of doughnuts! In the first challenge, the kids must create cereal treat homes for their creatures, then in the second round, they have to create an "odd snowman out" to join their snow creature clans. The $10,000 prize goes to the best team.

  • Hosts Sharone Hakman and Ali Sweeney make the baking teams go nuts with snow creatures made out of doughnuts! In the first challenge, the kids must create cereal treat homes for their creatures, then in the second round, they have to create an "odd snowman out" to join their snow creature clans. The $10,000 prize goes to the best team.

  • Hosts Sharone Hakman and Ali Sweeney task baking teams with creating a cupcake cake to illustrate an adventure theme: wild jungle, undersea adventures or space odyssey. First, the kids must turn cupcakes into mini layer cakes, then they must use their sculpting skills to make a fondant friend to add to their cupcake cake. One team will claim the $10,000 prize.

  • Hosts Sharone Hakman and Ali Sweeney task baking teams with creating a cupcake cake to illustrate an adventure theme: wild jungle, undersea adventures or space odyssey. First, the kids must turn cupcakes into mini layer cakes, then they must use their sculpting skills to make a fondant friend to add to their cupcake cake. One team will claim the $10,000 prize.

  • Hosts Sharone Hakman and Ali Sweeney task baking teams with creating a cupcake cake to illustrate an adventure theme: wild jungle, undersea adventures or space odyssey. First, the kids must turn cupcakes into mini layer cakes, then they must use their sculpting skills to make a fondant friend to add to their cupcake cake. One team will claim the $10,000 prize.

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  • Hosts Ali Sweeney and Harley Morenstein ask the kids to bake and decorate holiday train cakes. For the first round, the kids turn cookie stacks into decorative holiday trees. Then, they continue the reforestation with sugar cone trees. The most talented team wins $10,000.

  • Hosts Ali Sweeney and Harley Morenstein ask the kids to bake and decorate holiday train cakes. For the first round, the kids turn cookie stacks into decorative holiday trees. Then, they continue the reforestation with sugar cone trees. The most talented team wins $10,000.

About the Show

Kids Sweets Showdown is a think-on-your-feet baking competition with a sweet $10,000 cash prize, headed by Ali Sweeney and alternating co-hosts Sharone Hakman and Harley Morenstein. In each one-hour episode, competing teams of two kids bake their way through a main showdown challenge and two frantic spur-of-the-moment "sugar rushes," where one member of each baking team must make something in an insanely short amount of time that will ultimately be judged as part of their team's overall showdown.

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