The WORST Episodes of Chopped Canada

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Sep 30, 2019

American favorite ``Chopped'' heads north of the border to Canada with a familiar format and new host, Toronto native Dean McDermott, perhaps best known as being the husband of actress Tori Spelling and co-star of the ``Tori & Dean'' reality TV franchise. Each episode of ``Chopped Canada'' challenges four professional chefs to turn boxes of mystery ingredients into a three-course meal in a race against the clock. Each course serves as its own round in the competition, and the chef with the least-successful dish -- as determined by a panel of judges -- is eliminated after each round. The chef who comes out on top following the dessert round wins $10,000 and the title of ``Chopped Canada'' champion.

Shell Shocked

#1 - Shell Shocked

Season 3 - Episode 7

Beans may be the 'cherry on top' for our chefs in round one. International influences inspire our chefs when the entrée ingredients are revealed. It's a battle to the end!

star 6.50
8 votes

#2 - Dill-icious

Season 3 - Episode 23

Dill-icious appetizers lead to entrée baskets that inspire our chefs to explore diverse cultural influences. The chefs create tasty treats from a savoury dessert basket.

star 6.58
12 votes
In The Name Of The Game

#3 - In The Name Of The Game

Season 2 - Episode 20

Tilapia and egg noodles create a bang out of bland. Can saba hide the gamey taste of elk loin in the entrée round?  No muss, no fuss when cornmeal is found in the dessert basket.

star 6.75
4 votes
Sweet Success

#4 - Sweet Success

Season 3 - Episode 16

Round one reveals a cordial basket while the entrée brings a sting. What will be the icing on the cake for our chefs in the dessert round?

star 6.77
13 votes
Win By A Hare

#5 - Win By A Hare

Season 3 - Episode 13

The chefs go crackers in round one. It’s game on as the entrée gets hare-y. Will risk take the prize or better safe than sorry in the dessert round?

star 6.88
8 votes
One For The Family

#6 - One For The Family

Season 2 - Episode 19

Old world spices meet new world sensations in the appetizer and entrée round. Civilizations collide when harissa and chocolate are combined. What will get the chef’s goat when a milk of a different kind is found in the dessert basket?

star 7.00
4 votes
Duelling Over Devilled Eggs

#7 - Duelling Over Devilled Eggs

Season 3 - Episode 9

The appetizers are smokin’ with Canadian smoked cheddar. The chefs must pick their own protein in the entrée round. Pasta for dessert leaves the chefs' faces as puckered as a tart basket ingredient.

star 7.00
9 votes
Cookin' At The Savoy

#8 - Cookin' At The Savoy

Season 2 - Episode 26

Canned sardines has the chefs in a pickle during the appetizer round. Will they be able to Roe their way to success with their entrée? Fortunes are told in the dessert round.

star 7.09
11 votes
Cooking For Love

#9 - Cooking For Love

Season 3 - Episode 24

The chefs shuck their way through the appetizer round. Things run “afowl” when the entrée is prepared. Dessert has the chefs barking up the wrong tree.

star 7.20
15 votes
Helping Hand

#10 - Helping Hand

Season 3 - Episode 20

It’s all about “head, heart and haggis“ in the appetizer round. The entrée basket is a bit cheeky. The dessert round has our chefs jumping through loops.

star 7.22
9 votes
Rabbit Roundabout

#11 - Rabbit Roundabout

Season 3 - Episode 14

Does intense colour turn into great taste in the appetizer round? The entrée basket challenges the chefs to combine proteins. Is rice nice for dessert?

star 7.29
14 votes
Celebrity Challenge

#12 - Celebrity Challenge

Season 4 - Episode 4

Four homegrown celebrities show off their hidden culinary talents in the Chopped Canada kitchen. Judges: Mark McEwan, Lynn Crawford, Michael Smith Competitors: Roz Weston from Toronto, ON Mary Walsh from St. John’s, NL Steven Page from Scarborough, ON Keshia Chante Toronto, ON

star 7.29
28 votes
Food, Sweat and Tears

#13 - Food, Sweat and Tears

Season 1 - Episode 3

Things really heat up as four chefs tug at our heartstrings in this emotional episode of Chopped Canada. In the appetizer round, the competition tries not to choke on processed cheese and baked beans. The entree forces them to sharpen their skills with razor clams and hickory sticks. Another family favorite makes an appearance in the dessert round, finding one chef right in his comfort zone.

star 7.35
26 votes
Rice Twice

#14 - Rice Twice

Season 3 - Episode 3

Sweet and savory brings luck to the duck in the appetizer round; the entrée round has the judges debating between tried and true or bold and new; and a sorbet showdown determines the winner.

star 7.35
17 votes
Cooking La Vida Loca

#15 - Cooking La Vida Loca

Season 3 - Episode 21

The pig is hidden in the appetizer round. The entrée basket’s brine will make a chef shine. Will the chefs crumble in the dessert round?

star 7.40
10 votes
All's Fair in Cooking and War

#16 - All's Fair in Cooking and War

Season 1 - Episode 4

A seafood laden basket forces the chefs to shuck against time in the appetizer round. Things take flight after that, when the quail hits the floor. It's ice cream vs. ice cream in the dessert round as one chef's shot at $10K melts away.

star 7.40
25 votes
Showdown at the Oka Corral

#17 - Showdown at the Oka Corral

Season 1 - Episode 22

A fluffy sweet and a stiff drink raise the bar in the first round as a new mom and a chef school instructor set out to prove they've got what it takes in this episode of Chopped Canada. Organs and fruit make strange dinner partners in round two. A sweet treat and a smoked meat bring out fierce competition for the final prize.

star 7.43
7 votes
Redemption - Gone Too Soon

#18 - Redemption - Gone Too Soon

Season 3 - Episode 22

Is “go with what you know” the way to win the appetizer round? It takes more grits than gumption to survive the entrée. Things are rosy for dessert.

star 7.44
9 votes
All About the Bass

#19 - All About the Bass

Season 3 - Episode 6

It's off to a bitter start in the Appetizer round. The chefs are grasping at tails when they prepare their entrée. How many risks are they willing to take to become the next Chopped Canada champion!?

star 7.45
11 votes

#20 - Kat-A-What?

Season 2 - Episode 1

The presence of a Middle Eastern ingredient causes confusion in the appetizer round.

star 7.50
12 votes
Keep On Truckin

#21 - Keep On Truckin

Season 3 - Episode 26

Our chefs need to know the basics with bison. A little spice and fruit will go a long way as the chefs prepare the entrée. It’s a nutty dessert round.

star 7.53
19 votes
Cooking With Courage

#22 - Cooking With Courage

Season 3 - Episode 5

The Chefs go big with fierce flavours in the appetizer round. Entrée's can be lost in the sauce. It's overcoming fears as our chefs set out to cream the competition.

star 7.56
16 votes
Disheveled Until Dessert

#23 - Disheveled Until Dessert

Season 1 - Episode 2

Four chefs find themselves in a pickle at the start of this episode. Competition heats up in the entree round as one chef gets the cold (pork) shoulder. A boozy basket yields two spectacular desserts, leaving the judges with a very difficult decision.

star 7.57
30 votes
 Batter Battle

#24 - Batter Battle

Season 3 - Episode 2

It's a battle with batter in the appetizer round; a big fish is the main ingredient in the entrée round; and a peachy dessert determines the winner.

star 7.59
17 votes
Rib 'N Roll

#25 - Rib 'N Roll

Season 2 - Episode 23

Jelly rolls and stout face off in the appetizer round. The entrée basket brings the garden to the plate. Can the chefs overcome the machine as the clock ticks down in the dessert round?

star 7.62
8 votes