The kid bakers are hard at work creating the dough and delicious fillings for their stuffed puffs, when Duff and Valerie announce a savory twist.
Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman task the 11 remaining kid bakers with creating volcano Bundt cakes that spew smoke and edible boulders. The red-hot challenge will test these amazing bakers to their fiery core!
What were desserts like when hosts Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman were kids? The remaining eight bakers must update old school desserts like coconut cream pie or German chocolate cake into trendy "throwback" eclairs.
The remaining seven kid bakers become royal subjects to either Valerie "Queen of Pancakes" Bertinelli or Duff "King of Waffles" Goldman and must please their ruler by creating layer cakes made from waffles or pancakes. To increase the stakes, the winning side is immune from elimination.
Today, there's an app for almost everything! Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman provide app names like Snackchat, Clash of Carbs and Pastry Chef Go. Then, the remaining six kid bakers must design and create mobile app icons out of sugar cookies and explain what each app does.
In an ode to the outrageous psychedelic colors of tie-dye, Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman head back to the 1960s and ask the remaining nine kid bakers to "color them wow" with mind-blowing tie-dye cakes.
Duff Goldman and Valerie Bertinelli celebrate her favorite flavor, lemon, by challenging the 10 kid bakers to create lemon bar BFF desserts that highlight lemon and some of its best flavor friends.
Teamwork makes the dream work! Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman shake things up by asking the eight kid bakers to work in teams to create two different types of doughnuts that come together in one unified and delicious doughnut design.
Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman have fond memories of the lunches they took to school as kids, so they're challenging the six kid bakers to look at lunch in a new way. From a PBJ sandwich to chicken nuggets to a turkey wrap, the bakers have to turn common lunchbox foods into lookalike dessert masterpieces.
Duff Goldman and Valerie Bertinelli bring the galaxy into the kitchen by asking the five kid bakers to make colorful and imaginative intergalactic desserts. And because astronauts in space eat freeze-dried foods, the bakers must also use freeze-dried ingredients in their out-of-this-world creations.
The six remaining kid bakers get creative as they invent lunch box desserts. The good news? Trading items is allowed. The bad news? Carrot sticks are tough to work into a dessert!
With spring and summer approaching, Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman are reminded of their favorite place to hang out -- the beach! To earn a place in the finale, the remaining four kid bakers are challenged to create a cereal treat sand castle filled with two different baked goods.
Cute little pets serve as the inspiration for incredible sweets when the last five kid bakers standing must create a dessert inspired by the animal they are paired with: guinea pig, turtle, rabbit, mini pig or silkie chicken.