Baking isn't for everyone. Unlike cooking, baking is strictly a science and requires accurate measurements every single time. Too much baking powder or under whipping your egg whites? You better believe it'll have a direct correlation with the outcome of your treats. But do you think you are the worst baker in America? If the answer is, "yes," you might want to try out for Food Network's Worst Bakers in America, a spin-off of the popular tv show Worst Cooks in America.
Worst Bakers in America is Now on Hulu
If you haven't gotten the chance to watch Worst Bakers in America, you're in luck! The first season is hitting the streaming service for the first time starting August 15, 2020. Hosted by Lorraine Pascale and Duff Goldman (Jason Smith takes over for Goldman in season 2), 8 contestants are put through an intense baking boot camp to teach basic skills. Over the course of six weeks, the two expert bakers teach the contestants how to become better bakers, testing their baking skills in weekly baking challenges. At the end of the baking competition, the best baker gets a grand prize of $25,000.
According to The Cinemaholic, a third season of the kitchen disaster cooking show was rumored to have premiered this year, however, due to the coronavirus pandemic the new season was pushed.
Once you finish watching Worst Bakers in America on Hulu, check out season 16 of Worst Cooks in America hosted by Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence. Season 16 is a special celebrity edition of the show and features contestants such as Tonya Harding the retired figure skater, Alec Mapa, Jonathan Lipnicki from Stuart Little, and Morgan Fairchild the soap opera star.
Do you think you have what it takes to be the Worst Baker in America? Keep a watchful eye out for their next casting call.
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