The three finalists must create red, white and blue American flag cakes; one of the bakers will win $50,000.
The four bakers must make whoopie pie critters found in a garden; the bakers must capture the drips and drops of rainfall in a cake.
The five bakers create fruit tarts from the heart in a kaleidoscope of colors and flavors; vintage dessert and mom classics like peach cobbler, bread pudding, chocolate cream pie and pineapple upside down cake get a makeover.
The six remaining bakers attempt to lighten up a dense, dark brownie and give a classic Napoleon a springtime twist.
The seven remaining bakers celebrate the Kentucky Derby with their takes on mint julep desserts and cookie garlands.
The eight remaining bakers must make tropical desserts and destination doughnuts based on locations such as a poolside resort, a spring cruise and a Vegas getaway.
Nine of the best bakers in America create Easter egg desserts and bunny cakes.
The three remaining bakers create an array of snacks for the welcome baskets for a destination wedding; in the final main-heat, they must bake a wedding cake inspired by popular wedding destinations Mexico, Hawaii, and Italy.
In this pre-heat, the bakers must make Mother's Day gift desserts inspired by classic Mother's Day gifts; in the main-heat they take on the most classic Mother's Day Gift of all, chocolate.
The five remaining bakers are tasked with transforming farm-fresh vegetables into delectable desserts; in the main-heat, the bakers pay homage to a traditional farmhouse breakfast with bacon and egg-themed confections.
In the pre-heat, the six remaining bakers must make yummy dippers and create a sweet fondue; for the main heat, bakers must produce glorious rainbow desserts to stay in the game.
The remaining bakers take on outdoor activities with a pre-heat ballpark snack dessert made from classic ballpark treats like popcorn and soft pretzels; the bakers attempt to create barbecue imposter desserts.
In the pre-heat challenge, eight of America's best bakers undertake a shortcake makeover using any fruit but berries; the main heat is berry, berry challenging as the bakers create berry naked cakes to stay in the competition.
The three remaining bakers take on a wedding dessert bar challenge; creating a wedding cake that deserves to be the centerpiece of the big day.
The bakers must make memorable Memorial Day desserts to make it to the finale; in the first challenge the bakers must create a pie for a spring picnic; red, white and blue desserts.
The five remaining bakers must bake for a birthday bash; desserts on a stick; the bakers must create a birthday cake, paired with homemade ice cream.
The bakers take on a special treat, transforming coffee and cream into a delectable dessert; whipping up a festive mom-worthy brunch.
In the first challenge, the remaining chefs must create a honey dessert; lemons and limes must be incorporated into a springtime citrus treat.
Eight of America's best bakers set out to prove their culinary skills in a series of challenges including flower-inspired cupcakes and an upside-down cake.
The nine bakers create cupcake flower arrangements and amp up the flower power with flower essences; in the main heat, the competitors are challenged to make and decorate mirror-glazed gazing balls and plate them in edible gardens.
The eight bakers work in teams to create springtime mini pies perfect for an outdoor gathering; the competitors make desserts using three items from a picnic basket, but are not allowed to make the same thing as their picnic partners.
The competition kicks off as the 10 bakers celebrate the bountiful fruits and bright colors of the season by making fruity, tie-dye mini cheesecakes; the bakers incorporate fresh herbs and produce color gradients in their naked ombre cakes.