Food Network gets spooky with numerous Halloween shows


Halloween shows are popping up all over the Food Network. Are you ready for these spooky treats or will they just be tasty tricks?

Food Network has a huge line-up of Halloween shows across the network’s shows. While many of the shows focuses on the season’s sweet treats, everyone will find the balance between chills and thrills. The only thing potentially frightening about these shows is don’t watch hungry.

Here are Food Network’s Halloween shows that are on FoodSided’s must watch list.

Halloween Baking Championship

Are you ready to be impressed with some creative and creepy Halloween treats? Halloween Baking Championships returns on Monday, September 24. This six-episode series will have these bakers channeling their best spooky and scary confections. While the bakers’ treats are impressive, it will be equally entertaining to see the costumes from Carla Hall, Lorraine Pascale, and Zac Young. Halloween Baking Championship airs on Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.

Host Jonathan Bennett with judges Shinmin Li, Todd Tucker and Sean Gunn, as seen on Halloween Wars, Season 8. photo provided by Food Network

Halloween Wars

Can a pumpkin carver, cake artist and a sugar master work together to create the most monstrous Halloween-themed edible displays. The creativity in these displays is quite impressive. Which of the six team can work together to creep out the judges and win the $50,000? Premiering on September 30, Halloween Wars airs on Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.

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Haunted Gingerbread Showdown

This new Food Network Series will make you think differently about the classic gingerbread house. These gingerbread creations lean towards the darker side with sinister surprises lurking behind those doors. Which of the nine contestants will win the $25,000 prize? Only one contestant will prevail in this new four episode series. Haunted Gingerbread Showdown premieres on October 7 and will air Sundays at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.

Halloween Cake-off

Duff Goldman has an unconventional twist to the typical Food Network baking competition. The show has the four professional bakers competing both in the studio kitchen and at their home bakeries. Within the familiarity of their own bakeries, the finalists must make a Halloween-themed showpiece that will take your breath away. Can these good to evil transformations make your mind melt? Halloween Cake-off will air on Monday, October 8 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.

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Are you excited about all these Halloween shows on the Food Network? Which one has your taste buds tingling?