Get Ready to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth with ‘MasterChef: Dessert Masters’

masterchef dessert masters judges Melissa Leong and Amaury Guichon

Prepare yourself to satisfy your sweet cravings with the upcoming debut series of MasterChef: Dessert Masters. It’s a delectable debut show that’s bound to have your tastebuds watering.

The show, premiering soon on 10 and 10 Play, will be headlined by judges Melissa Leong and Amaury Guichon. And it’s promising to deliver a recipe for sweet success.

Who Is Amaury Guichon?

Amaury Guichon is a pastry chef from Cannes. His chocolate masterpieces have garnered him over 50 million followers on social media platforms. His expertise ranges from delicate sugar work to life-sized chocolate sculptures, complex cakes, and picture-perfect pastries.

At just 21, he became the youngest executive pastry chef in Paris. Now 31 years old, and with a 17-year career in pastry, he perfectly fits the show. He hosted his own Netflix series, “School of Chocolate”, in 2021, and he feels honored to be part of this wonderful new adventure.

“I am excited to discover what the contestants will create in order to wow us!” He said in a press release.

Who Is Melissa Leong?

Melissa Leong, a food writer, critic, cookbook editor, and radio presenter, is no stranger to MasterChef Australia. She has worked with some of the most respected names and brands in Australian food, including Adriano Zumbo and Gelato Messina, making her the perfect candidate to judge the show.

“I’m excited to see what these talented chefs are capable of when let loose in the MasterChef kitchen,” she said.

Contestants with elite skills in pastry, desserts, and all things sweet and delicious will contend to become the nation’s first Dessert Master. Not to mention there’s $100,000 on the line. The competition promises to be exciting, with the pressure on not to fudge it up.

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