The Best of Halloween Baking Championship

Take a look back at some of the most outrageous creations and disturbingly delicious desserts of Halloween Baking Championship.

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The Smoked-Out Asylum

In Season 2, Michelle Antonishek was crowned Halloween Baking Champion after creating this deliciously unnerving gingerbread house.

Gothic Gingerbread Mansion

In the season 2 finale, Tamara Brown created this towering gothic mansion out of gingerbread.

Apocalyptic Apartment Cake

In season 1, Rudy Martinez won the competition with this cinnamon cake with fig buttercream, white chocolate ganache and buttermilk caramel toxic waste.

Worst Nightmare Cake

In Season 4, Lyndsy McDonald presents her dish from the main heat to the judges.

Let's Make a Deal Cake

In season 3, Jasmin Bell took home the win with her intricate and spooky light up chocolate cake.

Witch and Goblin Wedding Cake

In season 4, Lyndsy McDonald celebrated the wedding of a witch and goblin with a delicious margarita wedding cake. The judges loved the bubbling cauldron and the glistening heart.

Zombie Pumpkin Patch

In season 4, Michelle Honeman created a zombie pumpkin patch out of apple bundt cakes by glazing them with a green ganache and decorating them with creepy candy eyeballs.

Zombie Hand Cheesecake

In season 2, Amy Strickland created this grotesque creation. "No zombie hand is complete without maggots," said Amy, who created a rice cereal and fondant replica with gaping wounds to top her mocha raspberry cheesecake.

Slasher Pumpkin Cake

In season 4, Jamal Lake turned his cute pumpkin cake into a slasher cake with just a few well-placed lines and some red frosting. Carla called it "incredible."

Rat Passion Fruit Almond Tart

In season 3, Jessica Scott's created this rat-themed passion fruit almond tart with meringue and spaghetti bark.

Two-Headed Turtle Cake

In season 2, Tamara made this two-headed turtle cake. Damiano called the black and green marble cake with chocolate sandwich cookie filling the best he's tasted.

Werewolf Cake

In season 3, Jasmin Bell modeled this stunning abstract cake after a spooky werewolf mask.

Zombie Tart

In season 2, Brad Rudd made this disturbing chocolate chai spice tart with raspberries. "I want it to feel like a zombie ripped someone's face off," said Brad. We think he succeeded.

Eyeball Scream Puffs

In season 3, Jessica Scott created these unsettling eyeball cream puffs swimming in a pool of strawberry coulis blood.

Monster Cinnamon Rolls

In season 1, Erin Cooper created these adorable cinnamon rolls topped with monster cookies.

Zombie Scream Puffs

In season 3, Jasmin Bell created these all-seeing zombie-themed cream puffs with peanut butter cream and raspberry jam.

Spider Surprise Cookies

In season 3, Dina Melendez's spider-themed lemon-lime sugar cookies spilled out bone candy and black licorice when they were cracked in half.