With Halloween just around the corner, it’s only natural that we’re thinking about sweet treats. All those lollies, all that chocolate, it’s enough to give anyone a sugar rush. But of course, with every sugar rush comes a crash — but not this time, because MasterChef: Dessert Masters is just around the corner, and finally, we know when the series will premiere.
Hosted by Melissa Leong and social media sensation Amaury Guichon, MasterChef: Dessert Masters sees 10 of Australia’s finest dessert chefs go head-to-head for the title of Dessert Master. Oh, and there’s a $100,000 on the line, as well, which is certainly nothing to sneeze at.
In a statement, Amaury Guichon said that he was “so happy” for the opportunity to join the show and experience Australia’s “unique pastry scene”.
“What I’ve experienced so far, I haven’t seen in a long time – a tight knit community of chefs who share great camaraderie, skill and passion for their craft,” he said. “This is a once in a lifetime cast of incredibly talented Australian pastry chefs and it is an honour to be judging them. Their creations are so good, I think the audience will want to lick the television screen!”
Unlike a regular season of MasterChef Australia, the Dessert Masters cast isn’t made up of hopeful home cooks looking to make a name for themselves in the MasterChef kitchen. Rather, these are already well-established names in the industry, so the stakes have never been higher. In fact, some of the competitors, like Kirsten Tibballs and Kay-Lene Tan even set challenges for the contestants on MasterChef Australia: Secrets and Surprises earlier this year!
“Our cast for Dessert Masters is a loaded-to-the-gills, top-of-the-pops, créme de la créme of Australia’s pastry industry,” Melissa Leong said. “I am beyond thrilled — and honoured — to be working with such brilliant, talented and generous people… but boy do I have my work cut out for me!”
MasterChef: Dessert Masters Trailer
When Does MasterChef: Dessert Masters Start?
MasterChef: Dessert Masters will premiere at 7.30pm on Sunday, November 12, only on 10 and 10 Play on Demand. If you miss an episode, you can always catch up on 10 Play.
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