Host Mamrie Hart welcomes three chefs to the tiny kitchen to work their tiny magic and impress judge Darnell "SuperChef" Ferguson. Their first challenge is to make a tiny diner breakfast, and hash browns, French toast and the tiniest Monte Cristo make a big appearance. Then the chefs make their best miniature late-night munchies, including chili cheese fries, a Reuben egg roll and even a tiny triple grilled cheese. Chef Darnell dishes out some tiny compliments and big critiques when deciding whose dishes deserve a gigantic, yet tiny, $5,000 check and the ultimate Tiny Trophy.
It's time for a tiny birthday party, and host Mamrie Hart first challenges the three chefs to work with tiny batches of dough. Empanadas and brioche burger buns are among the petite results. Then the competitors have to bake mini cupcakes, and they bring in big flavors like matcha and dulce de leche. Judge Darnell "SuperChef" Ferguson chooses the winner and awards the Tiny Trophy and a tiny $5,000 check.
Host Mamrie Hart sends three chefs on a culinary adventure through the tiny universe, starting in Thailand. Small servings of pad see ew and coconut curry soup lead the way, along with a simple pad Thai. Then there's big trouble in Tiny Tokyo as rice burns in the tiniest of kitchens, but the chefs recover, and sushi, soba noodles and chicken teriyaki are served up in miniature. Judge Darnell "SuperChef" Ferguson honors the best well-traversed chef with a huge, yet tiny, $5,000 check and the ultimate Tiny Trophy.
Fair foods may be overindulgent, but when they're dished up on a tiny scale, judge Darnell "SuperChef" Ferguson will happily eat his fill. Host Mamrie Hart challenges the chefs to make itty-bitty fried fair foods, and the results include corn dogs and mozzarella sticks. Then they must serve pint-sized blue-ribbon pies before Darnell chooses the winner of the coveted Tiny Trophy and $5,000 prize.
Host Mamrie Hart welcomes three full-grown competitors to the tiniest bakery challenge where they have to stir, steam and bake up sweets smaller than the size of a quarter! Their first sweet assignment produces tiny fruit tarts, sweet dumplings and mini cookie sandwiches. Then they're tasked with baking teeny little cakes, and judge Darnell "SuperChef" Ferguson crowns the Sultan of Small and awards the coveted Tiny Trophy and tiny check for $5,000.
The big game goes tiny as host Mamrie Hart challenges three chefs to serve up the best sports bar appetizers on a very small scale. They turn out everything from baked nachos to mac and cheese balls. Then they're tasked with packing big flavor into the tiniest stacked burgers. As the competition heats up (and a tiny kitchen catches fire), judge Darnell "SuperChef" Ferguson decides which chef gets crowned the Tiny Food Fight Champion and takes home a tiny check worth $5,000.