The fun, fondant and hilarious cake fails head to Mexico, where very amateur bakers compete to re-create elaborate sweet treats for a cash prize.
So. Much. Drama. In two telenovela-inspired challenges overseen by famed baker Sylvia Weinstock, bowls break, cookies crumble and wedding cakes teeter.
The judges try not to die laughing over ghastly dessert re-creations of Catrina, the queen of the underworld, and a slithering, eye-popping zombie.
With Luchador Psycho Clown watching, the bakers struggle to make cake pops in the form of masked wrestlers and a dessert shaped like a soccer stadium.
Class is in session, and the bakers hope to pass their taste tests as they take on school-themed cookies and a hair-raising Albert Einstein cake.
The bakers transform great works of art into aesthetically unappealing cookies and cakes while guest judge Adal Ramones cooks up extra laughs.
With gentle encouragement from DIY icon Cositas, the bakers do their crafty best to make cakes inspired by Maria dolls and an armadillo alebrije.
The secret ingredient is... saliva? The bakers need some divine intervention while creating cake-pop gods, mole-spiced pyramids and feathered serpents.
In a colorful celebration of childhood that would make any kid cry, the befuddled bakers attempt to make rainbow doughnuts and a candy-laden cake.
Guest Capi Perez helms a failed trek to baking's outer limits as the hopefuls make astro-doughnuts and alien cakes fit for a galaxy far, far away.
Elvis wishes he'd left the building instead of ending up atop a disco ball cake in a groovy ode to the '70s that includes hairstyle-themed cookies.
It's a time of celebration - and laughter - with ineptly baked oatmeal carnival masks and frightening, Funfetti-filled allegorical float cakes.
Contestants create smashed piñata cakes and ambitious quinceañera centerpieces. But will a can opener be one competitor's undoing?
Happy Hour turns sad when tequila-infused cocktail cupcakes go wrong. Meanwhile, the afterparty spins into hilarity with a DJ-topped turntable cake.
An innocent doughnut gets blown to bits as the bakers attempt animal pool floats before further into disaster with colorful party-boat cakes.
Fairy-tale confections fashioned from cake, waffles and cotton candy find Tinker Bell undergoing a brawny makeover and castles wobbling on beanstalks.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a cookie that vaguely resembles a superhero! Plus, a cake version of Pancho Villa proves to be the bakers' kryptonite.
For once, the horror begins before the cooking starts. To impress the Willy Wonka of Mexico, the bakers sculpt scary monsters, including a Chupacabra.
The bakers face the music as things get out of hand, thanks to stumbling feet, a dropped cake and a distracting serenade from guest judge Beto Cuevas.