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This seasonal cooking competition series airs on the Food Network and features contestant bakers going head to head in an attempt to create elaborate, spooky confections. Each season begins with seven bakers, one of whom is eliminated in each episode until the final three contestants compete in the season finale. The winner of each season secures a cash prize of $25,000.

Halloween Baking Championship is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (36 episodes). The series first aired on October 5, 2015.

Where do I stream Halloween Baking Championship online? Halloween Baking Championship is available for streaming on Food Network, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Halloween Baking Championship on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Food Network, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Food Network
6 Seasons, 36 Episodes
October 5, 2015
Documentary & Biography, Kids & Family, Reality
7.5/10
Cast: Carla Hall, Michelle Crisostomo Lee, Jeff Dunham, Sandra Lee
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Halloween Baking Championship Full Episode Guide

  • The final four bakers reach the last leg of their haunted house journey in the mad doctor's surgical room, where they face off to make severed limb cakes. Then, host Carla Hall challenges the competitors to reach new heights with floating cakes to impress her and the other judges, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young. The most successful baker wins $25,000 and is named Halloween Baking Champion.

  • Host Carla Hall invites the five remaining bakers to a party in the haunted ballroom. For a spot in the finale, the competitors must create impressive costume cakes that will dazzle Carla and the other judges, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.

  • In the devil's den, host Carla Hall challenges the six remaining bakers to conjure up a devilish dessert using unusual ingredients, such as sauerkraut, beets, tamarind paste and canned tomato soup. The competitors must get creative to avoid the fiery pit of elimination and impress Carla and the other judges, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.

  • The seven remaining bakers continue their journey through the haunted house to the creepy nursery. Host Carla Hall challenges the competitors to bake 3-D demon doll cakes with a diabolically assigned flavor to be judged by Carla, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.

  • Descending into a spooky cellar is enough to make any baker's blood run cold, and blood is always on the menu for a vampire party. Host Carla Hall asks the eight remaining bakers to team up and create desserts for a vampire buffet to satisfy the bloodsuckers' appetites as well as Carla and the other judges, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.

  • Host Carla Hall meets the nine remaining competitors on the frightening front porch, haunted by eternally disappointed trick or treaters. The bakers are challenged to create Halloween candy croquembouche with a stunningly sweet illusion to impress Carla and the other judges, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.

  • The nine competitors meet up with host Carla Hall, who challenges them to create Halloween candy croquembouche and incorporate an illusion. Carla and the other judges, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young, decide which competitors' creation earns the win.

  • As their nightmare begins in the grand foyer, host Carla Hall encourages the 10 competitors to reveal their deepest fears by baking haunted house cakes. Then, the bakers compete in the dagger game for a reward that could be the difference between life and death in the competition judged by Carla, Stephanie Boswell and Zac Young.

  • The competitors make haunted house cakes and throw daggers.

  • Host John Henson instructs the three remaining bakers to construct a Ghostembouche, or ghostly version of a croquembouche tower; then they face the final challenge of creating a bleeding zombie cake for the judges.

  • John Henson hosts as the remaining four bakers go digging to create terrifyingly tasty grave-robber desserts. Then for the main heat, it's a night at the cemetery as the competitors sculpt marbled tomb cakes to impress judges Carla Hall, Katie Lee and Zac Young to land a spot in the finale.

  • Host John Henson's "mummy" issues inspire the pre-heat challenge of crepe cakes, and judges Carla Hall, Katie Lee and Zac Young decide on the creepiest. In the main heat, the five remaining bakers use classic fall ingredients to create jack-o'-lantern pies that are half scary and half sweet.

  • Comedian John Henson hosts as the six remaining bakers team up to create desserts that pay tribute to the iconic Addams Family -- scary on the outside and sweet on the inside. During the main heat challenge, the wonderfully creepy family is honored with "dead velvet" cakes, and judges Carla Hall, Katie Lee and Zac Young determine who's spooky enough to move on to the next round.

  • The bakers use fresh flavors and colorful decorations to bring old desserts back to life and impress the judges in the Day of the Dead main heat.

  • John Henson kicks off the competition by revealing all the skeletons in his family's closet to inspire the eight bakers as they make scary skeleton desserts. The main heat is monster madness as the bakers conjure up monster-under-the-bed creations.