Kids Baking Championship Season 7 episode 4 preview: Is that an imposter?


On this episode of Kids Baking Championship, these desserts might not be fake, but they may not be what they seem. Can you spot an imposter?

Another episode of Kids Baking Championship shows the creativity that these young bakers have. While taste is always the most important part of any dessert, the visual on the plate is important, too. Can these young bakers convince the judges that these desserts are more than what they seem?

According to Food Network, this week’s episode, “International Intrigue” synopsis states, “the six young bakers must fake it to make it as Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge them to create imposters that look like international dishes, such as sushi or shish kebab, but tastes like dessert.”

This dessert challenge can be quite entertaining. Who doesn’t want to make some fruit sushi or cake kebabs? But, the visual needs to be on point. Just because the dessert is called something, it needs to capture that idea.

For example, a fruit sushi needs to have the color and texture of a sushi roll. It isn’t necessarily a new concept, but these young bakers need to execute their concepts.

In some ways, this challenge could cause a few hiccups. If a young baker doesn’t have a concept right away, they could become frustrated. While everyone has been excelling in these challenges, no one can have a bad day in a Food Network competition.

As a fan watching at home, this type of challenge could inspire some fun dessert for the upcoming holiday weekend. Why not impress your guests with some imposter dessert at the end of summer gathering.

For example, some watermelon could look like tuna in a salad. Maybe you can transform some end of summer peaches into a pseudo corn bread. There are many possibilities.

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Ready to spot an imposter? Here’s how to watch this week’s Kids Baking Championship, “International Intrigue.”

Date: Monday, August 26, 2019

Start Time: 9 p.m. ET

Episode: “International Intrigue”

TV Channel: Food Network

Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on Food Network’s website or app.

Kids Baking Championship will air on Food Network on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.