It's the "Nailed It!" holiday special you've been waiting for, with missing ingredients, impossible asks and desserts that look delightfully sad.
Three "Nailed It!" fan favorites return to ring in the new year with a crumbling resolution cookie and a "tipsy-turvy" cake with four tiers.
A Seuss-inspired sugary feast of green eggs, ham and the Grinch's roast beast. Would they, could they, ace these cakes? Sadly, no. They cannot bake.
The bakers pay homage to "A Christmas Carol," creating cupcakes with cookie ghost toppers and a hilariously haunting bust of Ebenezer Scrooge.
A gift-wrapped challenge reveals cookie toys -- with moving parts?!? But a metallic robot cake with working lights is an even more ridiculous ask.
The hapless bakers tackle a trio of wintry animal doughnuts before attempting an edible ski scene -- and it all goes downhill from there.
The bakers aim for the best of the bad list with angel-shaped waffle-cone tree toppers and a "Nicole at the Pole" cake with rock-candy geodes.
After a sticky round of Rice Krispies treats and cocoa, the lucky bakers' loved ones get to help them make a turkey cake with all the trimmings.
A menorah made of jelly-filled doughnuts, a cake shaped like an inflatable bear, and the first celebrity contestant? This Festival of Lights is lit.
To celebrate Hanukkah, the contestants make hand-dipped dreidels, then take on an elaborate tiered cake made with kosher wine.
It’s a countdown to disaster when the contestants make festive cookie masks and a spherical ball-drop cake to ring in the New Year.
Time-honored traditions take a delightfully terrible turn with hand-painted cake-pop ornaments and a fruitcake featuring fan-favorite Wes.
It's a Christmas baking miracle when the contestants make a cake pop nativity, followed by a cake with an upside-down Santa.
Instead of baking, they'll be making. But can these not-so-crafty contestants deliver on a DIY diorama ornament and an incredibly ugly Christmas sweater?