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In the wee hours inside Hersheypark, brave confectioners navigate the eerily deserted amusement park, solving clues and riding spooky thrill rides before using classic Hershey candy to create mind-bending, chocolatey showpieces inside Hershey's largest candy store, Chocolate World. The chefs mold chocolate like champs and spin sugar into gold in an all-out, fight-or-fright competition hosted by Sunny Anderson.
Three pastry chefs are locked in an abandoned Hersheypark overnight to reveal who has the most-inspired take on a creepy-crawly carnival. The competitors take a spin on one of the park's most-dizzying rides, and then back in Chocolate World, a self-taught gravity-defying cake artist quickly runs into problems that force her to adjust her design on the fly. Meanwhile, an adrenaline junkie sugar artist almost loses a battle against a 33-pound slab of dark chocolate, and a sculpting enthusiast uses enough Hershey's candy to empty the whole store! With $10,000 and a dream vacation in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on the line, only one chef can truly wow host Sunny Anderson and judges Ralph Attanasia and Maneet Chauhan with their chocolate and candy mastery, interpretation of the theme and tastiness of their treats.
Host Sunny Anderson locks three pastry chefs inside Hersheypark overnight to create sci-fi-inspired chocolate showpieces that impress judges Ralph Attanasia and Maneet Chauhan. An award-winning chocolatier meets his match in two strong competitors as they race through the park picking up candy and making delicious sweets. An artist who loves to create life-sized cakes struggles with her main character while a young chocolatier has a complete chocolate meltdown over a tempering technique gone terribly wrong. A mid-competition surprise leaves the chefs "mooing" for more time as they must race through the park for another Candy Clue. Finally, the judges hand out some hot compliments and cold critiques when deciding whose chocolate masterpiece is good enough to earn $10,000 and a dream vacation in Hershey, Pennsylvania!
Three pastry chefs take over a deserted Hersheypark overnight, and host Sunny Anderson challenges them to create zany chocolate and candy concoctions inspired by a mad scientist's lab. A middle school math teacher stays focused in the kitchen by using detailed to-do lists to keep ingredients in line. A former pastry teacher runs into frustrating follies with their main alien character, but a French chocolatier stays cool, calm and collected even when faced with troubleshooting broken isomalt. With the clock ticking down, the chefs must venture back out into the night to face off in a classic amusement park game to earn their candy for a tasty treat. Whose creation will judges Ralph Attanasia, Maneet Chauhan and Hershey's Master Chocolatier Jim St. John tip their beakers to? A dream vacation in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and $10,000 are up for grabs!
Three pastry chefs battle it out overnight in Hersheypark's Chocolate World to create showstopping, forest-themed chocolate creations. After riding the park's tallest roller coasters, a world-renowned Danish chocolatier has a major chocolate setback, and a Colombian cake and sugar artist deals with the consequences of working with fragile Jolly Rancher isomalt. Meanwhile, a young mom with an eye for character design struggles to bring her frightful forest to life with realistic chocolate tree sculpting. Host Sunny Anderson reveals a curve ball in the candy store, forcing the artists to run back into the park to solve another Candy Clue in the middle of the night! The chefs face another frightful park attraction to earn their second Hershey candy, which inspires a creative treat. When time runs out, the three chefs face judges Ralph Attanasia and Maneet Chauhan, who critique their overall theme, chocolate work and candy manipulation. Only one will last through the night, face their frights and win the $10,000 and dream vacation in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
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