Lollies, chocolate, pastries, sweets. These were just some of the scrumptious treats on offer during MasterChef: Dessert Masters, a season of MasterChef all about desserts. But after every sugar high comes the crash, and Dessert Masters was no exception. All but one of our contestants felt the crash of elimination, with Gareth Whitton becoming the winner.
This was huge, as all of the MasterChef: Dessert Masters contestantswere are experts in their craft. Take for instance Anna Polyviou, one of Australia’s most beloved celebrity chefs. Or Adriano Zumbo, a MasterChef Australia veteran. When these chefs got eliminated, it was a punch straight to the gut.
According to Amaury Guichon, one of the MasterChef: Dessert Masters hosts, this season was one for the history books.
“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,” Guichon said in a statement before the series aired.
“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!”
So, who was eliminated on MasterChef: Dessert Masters? Here are the dramatic deets.
Who Was Eliminated on MasterChef: Dessert Masters?
MasterChef Australia: Dessert Masters airs Sundays and Tuesdays at 7.30PM Channel 10 and 10 Play.
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