4 Series, 24 Episodes
The teams compete to make perfect batches of miniature classics - 24 conversations and 24 tartes aux fruits - as well as a reinvented Black Forest gateau
The five teams take on a layered slices challenge including tiramisu. There's also a Showpiece of 36 servings of croquembouches. The lowest ranking outfit will be eliminated.
For Chocolate Week, the teams face a secret recipe challenge. There's also a showpiece based on a masked ball that requires two types of chocolates and a moving part!
The teams must reinvent the classic Eton mess while also tackling an exceedingly tricky challenge making perfect miniature classics, including 24 tartes au citron
The teams take on a fruit roulade and opera slices. They also remodel the classic French pastry, the religieuse
The remaining teams take on a secret recipe challenge as well as a chocolate showpiece inspired by the theme of the four seasons, requiring huge feats of patisserie skill
The competition takes a new twist with new rivals and fresh challenges - including puff pastry and a romance-themed sugar showpiece including two types of delicious confectionery
The theme is childhood, with a tiered macaron cake and lollipops, and a spectacular sugar and chocolate fairy-tale showpiece
The last four teams compete to create an impressive three-tiered cake, while also performing a spectacular piece of gourmet theatre known as live plating
It's crunch time as the three remaining teams take on a marathon challenge creating a lavish banquet display for 80, with four desserts and a towering showpiece. Who will win the title?