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In a sweet spinoff of the ultimate culinary competition, host Scott Conant challenges four bold pastry artists to take on one of the toughest tests of their lives. Faced with baffling basket ingredients and an unrelenting clock, the sensational, sugar-savvy chefs must demonstrate their skill, concentration and imagination as they race to see who will claim the $10,000 prize.

Chopped Sweets is a Food, Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on December 30, 2019.

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

Monday 11:00 PM et/pt on Food Network
2 Seasons, 20 Episodes
December 30, 2019
Food, Reality
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Chopped Sweets Full Episode Guide

  • Flower power meets flour power in this floral-themed desserts competition! In round one, the chefs are startled to find a slimy, savory ingredient in the basket. Salted blossoms and a flowery cake keep the theme going strong in round two, and the judges are impressed by the techniques and hustle they see in the final round.

  • Beware of the baskets! The fear factor is off the charts when the competing chefs must work with some dangerously delicious ingredients -- like the scary, hairy creepy-crawly in the first basket! From poisonous to moldy to superstinky, the second basket delivers on the deadly theme, and one of the judges is appalled by what she sees in the third basket. Can she overcome her phobia in time to enjoy the final desserts?

  • Four competing chefs stretch their imaginations as they craft towering architectural desserts. The chefs set out to make a great first impression with the first basket's ingredients, including awfully challenging duck offal. Chocolate, strawberry and peanut flavors are at play in round two, and in the thrilling final round, two fierce competitors are left figuring out how to make a scrumptious cake and starfruit shine.

  • The competing chefs endeavor to make bright and bold fruit-themed desserts. A tropical drink and a chewy snack keep the chefs minds spinning in round one. Punch and pavlova make for an alluring, alliterative pair in the second round.

  • The competitors get a tropical theme and set out to send the judges on a sweet trip they won't forget. The round one basket ingredients establish the vibe with an island cocktail and a hip Hawaiian dish. A pina colada-flavored surprise and edible seaside scenery show up in the second round, and the pair of pastry pros left to make a third dessert set out to amaze the judges with their stellar technique.

  • In an all-American, all-desserts competition, a gorgeous flag cake in the first basket sets the scene for a red, white and blue celebration. The most American of desserts -- in an exaggerated form -- is the centerpiece of the second basket, and the final two pastry pros bring their vastly different styles to round three in an exciting display of American ingenuity.

  • In this birthday-themed desserts competition, the chefs whip up celebratory sweets starting with popcorn in the first basket that proves more challenging than expected. A pinata brings a blast of fun to round two, and everybody's birthday wish is a dessert made from insect flour, right? The finalists try to come out on top with a tough third basket.

  • Two desserts are better than one as the competitors are challenged to make mashup masterpieces. The chefs discover a nutty version of a doughnut in the round one basket. A hyped-up hybrid meat makes an appearance in round two, and one competitor gets emotional at kind words from the judges. In the final round, the remaining chefs face a twist on tacos.

  • Scott Conant welcomes four chefs to battle with three classic flavors -- strawberry, vanilla and chocolate. In the first round, a tricky Chinese delicacy is a sign that only the strong will survive. In round two, the vanilla desserts must also include a dried fruit and a cooked protein. A beyond-decadent discovery in the final basket puts the competitors in a seriously chocolatey state of mind.

  • It's a sweet wake-up call when Scott Conant challenges four chefs to make breakfast-themed desserts. The baskets are full of reminders of the most-important meal of the day, including a coffee drink, a cleverly designed candy and waffle dough. The competitors struggle to rise and shine, doing their best to deliver sweet treats with a breakfast-y spin.

  • Four chefs create spectacularly frosty desserts, and as the clock ticks down, it's unclear whether all the chefs will finish in time. In the second basket, a Japanese egg dish and an oversized ice cream treat are in play.

  • It's a wild ride as Scott Conant challenges four chefs to create colorful, carnival-themed desserts for the judges, while also bringing their personalities to the table. There's an intriguing hybrid fried food in the first basket, and a cherry-flavored oddity piques interest in round two. A novelty popcorn product is all the buzz for the final two contestants.

  • Scott Conant welcomes four chefs who are excited to create extraordinary desserts using pricey, premium ingredients. An unusual caviar is one of the standouts in the first basket, and round two has the competitors working with something golden and something aged to perfection. Then the two finalists discover an exquisite chocolate surprise in the last basket.

  • The humble cookie takes the spotlight as Scott Conant challenges four pastry artists to create an imaginative twist on popular cookie varieties. The competitors discover a jar of something alarming in the first basket. A lunchtime shortcut is part of the challenge in round two, and in the final round, an unusually large ingredient occupies a lot of basket real estate.

  • Miniature sweets make a big impression as Scott Conant challenges four chefs to prove that they can create adorable tiny treats that are delectable little works of art. In the first basket, a savory spread just might fill them with dread, and they must use a peculiar powder in round two. The two remaining contenders must figure out what to do with something in the final basket that goes pop.

  • Scott Conant welcomes four chefs to a doughnut-themed competition, and they must make sense of what's in the baskets before they can create sugary, deep-fried masterpieces. Inventiveness is key, but an icky, itty-bitty ingredient in the first basket pushes the chefs out of their comfort zones. In the second basket, a fruit that seems harmless creates difficulties, and the last two competitors must figure out how to use a can of something unusual in their final desserts.

  • In this all-chocolate challenge, Scott Conant challenges four pastry artists to make every chocolate lover's dream come true by whipping up decadent, chocolatey creations that are as beautiful as they are craveable. In the first round, a hearty Indian specialty threatens to throw the chefs off their game. They encounter something fishy in the second round basket, and the final round takes a sour turn toward sweet success.

  • Four competing chefs must turn adult beverages into pastry perfection.

  • Four extraordinary, sugar-savvy chefs are the first to set foot in the Chopped Sweets Kitchen for a festive competition! Their confidence may take a hit when they open the first basket and find a startling surprise. Stressful setbacks in the second round and goody, goody gumdrops in the final basket all lead up to one chef being named the first-ever Chopped Sweets Champion.