Teams of professional pastry chefs do battle in the kitchen. Channel 4's replacement for BBC's Bake Off Crème de la Crème.
It's the semi-final and the four remaining teams bake batches of perfect petit fours, before creating a magical, teddy bear's picnic-inspired table scene with hidden desserts.
The three best teams from both heats join forces to face new rivals and more challenges. They make kouign-amann and soaked babas, before creating a skin-crawling sugar showpiece.
It's the quarter-final and the five remaining teams make macarons, cocktail-inspired desserts and a playtime-inspired showpiece, as they compete for a place in the semi-final.
In the semi-final, the four remaining teams face a secret recipe challenge before making a magical Charlotte Russe display and some gourmet theatre, to secure a spot in the final.
The best three teams compete to be crowned the winner as they construct chocolate hats worn by real models and a mind-blowing historical banquet for friends and family.
The teams tackle two miniature classics, Tarte Piémontaise and the Jaffa Cake, plus strawberries and cream with edible showpiece sculptures.
The teams create magical, cube-shaped desserts that look exactly like mushrooms but taste of anything but, and a heroes and villains-themed occasion showpiece, adorned with 160 macaroons.
It's chocolate week and the teams must master perfection in a surprise challenge, before constructing mechanical showpieces, complete with chocolate bons bons and a moving part.
Six new teams tackle two miniature classics - lemon meringue pie and tiramisu - and transform the humble fruit crumble into breathtaking towering edible showpiece sculptures.
The teams make 24 carrot-shaped desserts, which must taste of anything but, before creating a grand Religieuse a l'Ancienne showpiece with two different flavours of eclairs
It's chocolate week and the four remaining teams in this heat tackle a secret challenge, before showing off their patisserie prowess in a house of horrors-themed showpiece.
The three best teams from both sets of heats face new rivals as they create classic almond pithiviers and individual savoury brioche, before making a striking sugar showpiece.
It's the quarter-final and the teams make Black Forest gateaux and mini roulades, before going back to the 70s as they create disco-inspired sugar chocolate showpiece desserts.
The four remaining teams in this heat face chocolate week and a secret challenge, before making skyline-inspired towering chocolate showpieces and geometric chocolate tarts with moving parts
The teams pour all of their patisserie passion and prowess into creating chocolate hats and a banquet fit for an awards ceremony. Who will be crowned the winner?
The teams are challenged to make 36 strawberry fraisiers, transform an ordinary dessert into a fine-dining experience, and create a treacle tart complete with towering edible showpiece sculptures.
The teams race against the clock to create 24 perfect savoury slices, 24 layered crêpe cakes, and 160 choux buns for a Greatest Sporting Moments themed pièce montée.
The best teams from last week take on chocolate week, as they create 24 cylindrical desserts, 24 puddings celebrating the honeybee and some ancient mythology-inspired showpieces.
Six new teams make Mont Blancs and a chocolate amenity, without any recipes to follow, before transforming the classic trifle into a fine-dining showpiece with towering sculptures.
The five best teams from last week tackle mini celebration cakes and a patisserie classic, the Les Misérables, before creating a grand pièce montée with two flavours of choux buns.
The remaining teams from this heat ooze into Chocolate Week as they conquer perfectly spherical desserts, before constructing mythical chocolate showpieces and 48 chocolate bars.
The best teams from both heats face new rivals, as they tackle chaussons aux pommes and a brand-new viennoiserie creation, before producing a garden paradise-themed showpiece.
It’s the quarter-final and the teams create illusion desserts and a Singapore ice cream sandwich, before they combine sugar and chocolate in a spectacular theme park showpiece.
It’s the semi-final and the teams create a plated dessert for each of the judges, with no recipe to guide them, before recreating the Jurassic World in an edible table scene.
The teams pour all of their patisserie passion into creating a window display of beautiful finger tarts and a day at the races banquet, before the winner is announced.