Chopped Junior

Chopped Junior

  • 2015
  • 9 Seasons
  • 6.4  (167)

Some of the youngest chefs in the country compete on Chopped: Junior to see if they have some of the same skills that adults have who compete on the show. All of the rules are the same, and the prize is the same for the kids as it is for adults. The winner of the show walks away with $10,000. There are three rounds on each show. The kids have to make an appetizer, entree and a dessert with ingredients found in each basket. The baskets aren't made with kid-friendly items, either. Some of the items that are included are calamari, various fruits and vegetables that some kids know nothing about and assorted pasta. There are a few heated moments as pans catch on fire and fingers get cut with knives. However, this is a show that gives children the courage to do what they love in the kitchen.

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Bet the Ranch Dressing
5. Bet the Ranch Dressing
December 17, 2019
Brave kid cooks set out to prove they have what it takes to thrive in the kitchen and impress guest judge Vanessa Marano. They get creative with wild doughnuts in round one and stinky cheese in the entree round. Creamy and colorful desserts are in order after the junior chefs open the last basket.
Holiday Gift Baskets
4. Holiday Gift Baskets
December 10, 2019
Young chefs celebrate the holidays with guest judge Corey Fogelmanis and a wrapped present in each round. Along with their seasonal surprises, the kids get cooking with duck in the first round, a popular protein in the entree basket and Santa Claus melon for dessert.
Holiday Hoopla
3. Holiday Hoopla
December 3, 2019
Holiday wishes come true as the junior chefs get a chance to impress guest judge Rashad Jennings, starting in round one with creative fish dishes. A meaty second course follows before the final two kids find festive surprises like edible snow in the dessert basket.
Thanksgiving Leftovers
2. Thanksgiving Leftovers
November 19, 2019
The kid cooks give new life to Thanksgiving leftovers, beginning in round one with a puree that the preteens haven't eaten in years. Two classics must be repurposed in the entree round, and cranberry sauce desserts are in store for guest judge Alanna.
Turkey Day! Hooray!
1. Turkey Day! Hooray!
November 12, 2019
Turkey-themed baskets keep the kid chefs in the right state of mind as they try to make a meal that guest judge David Dobrik will gobble up, starting with a bucket of turkey meatballs in round one.
Chopped Junior
Chopped Junior

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Some of the youngest chefs in the country compete on Chopped: Junior to see if they have some of the same skills that adults have who compete on the show. All of the rules are the same, and the prize is the same for the kids as it is for adults. The winner of the show walks away with $10,000.

There are three rounds on each show. The kids have to make an appetizer, entree and a dessert with ingredients found in each basket. The baskets aren't made with kid-friendly items, either. Some of the items that are included are calamari, various fruits and vegetables that some kids know nothing about and assorted pasta. There are a few heated moments as pans catch on fire and fingers get cut with knives. However, this is a show that gives children the courage to do what they love in the kitchen.Chopped Junior is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (95 episodes). The series first aired on October 27, 2015.

Chopped Junior is available for streaming on the Food Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Chopped Junior on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Google Play, Apple TV and Food Network.

  • Premiere Date
    October 27, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    6.4  (167)