Welcome to the world of extreme cake making, where sugar craft specialists dream up ever more elaborate ways to satisfy our sweet tooth.
Suzanne creates a Shakespearean showstopper that receives a five-star review and Molly attempts her biggest sculpture yet with a giant cow cake. Former architect Michelle then recreates a flight simulator cake that is ready for takeoff and Nastassja ruffles feathers with her flamingo-inspired wedding cake.
Phil and Christina scale a cake model of a beloved Cornish ship and Michelle focuses her design on realism by pouring tea from her suspended teapot cake. Molly then designs an idyllic teddy bear picnic-themed children's cake and Karisha hand paints over 1,000 stitches in her latest wedding cake.
Nastassja has free reign designing a towering gemstone birthday cake and sugar artist Suzanne uses her talents to bring succulent plants to life. Meanwhile, cake maker Molly tires to please her mom with a neon '80s-fitness-themed birthday cake and Eloise hits the mark with a cake for an eggs-tra special person that loves eggs.
Detail-oriented Karisha channels her inner princess and superhero for a magical birthday cake while Phil and Christine push cake and engineering boundaries with a Steampunk flying machine with real smoke. Molly then captures the essence of youth with a toy box cake that has 20 edible toys and Nastassja challenges herself with a structural masterpiece that has an interesting delivery.
Karisha creates a magical, seven-tier carousel wedding cake, while Molly designs a winter wonderland castle cake for a client's 30th birthday. Former tattoo artist Ben wins with a replica of a soccer stadium in cake, and Phil and Christine go mad over a Cheshire cat-inspired 21st birthday cake.
For her client's cake, detail master Suzanne creates a pair of legs that are made for walking. Molly has only one day to create four realistic and playful kitty cakes, and Michelle's next order is her tallest to date. Rosie designs a cake with an empowering message.
Fondant details make Suzanne's cake a true work of art, and Nastassja puts her own spin on a childhood friend's christening cake. Eloise creates a colorful cake with a surprise filling for a Pride festival, and Molly makes a little boy's birthday roar with a mammoth dino cake!
Molly goes under the big top to create a cake design that will raise funds for a local charity. Ben uses his skills as a former tattoo artist to make a permanent good impression for his clients. Phil and Christine set their sights high on a 9-foot-tall cake, while Eloise adds a little wow to a local gala.
Suzanne's client has her rocking to an Elvis-inspired juke box cake, while Phil and Christine sculpt a seahorse of great magnitude at the Cake International competition. Ben's horror and gore designs delight in a ghoulish cake of devilish proportions, and Molly's Halloween bash cake is perfectly carved.
Karisha attempts to add electronics to a challenging christening cake, and Rosie's cake lights up the night with a neon fireworks display. Phil and Christine make a cake that moves, and Molly hopes to bring home the gold again at the Cake International competition.
Molly gets wound up in her sheep cake for a new yarn shop, and Phil and Christine spin out a groovy, life-size record player cake. Eloise perfects a giant prosecco bottle for a celebration, and Karisha juggles bridesmaid duties and cake baking.
Molly draws on her skills as a former makeup artist to design a stunning head and shoulders birthday cake. Phil's and Christine's cake artistry make the fruit even sweeter for a historic celebration, and Nastassja tries her hand at creating intricate roses. Eloise creates a vintage masterpiece for a client's 90th birthday.
Sugar craft specialist Eloise Durrant has a commission like no other: a gravity-defying, five-tier cake that will hang upside down like a chandelier. Meanwhile, Phil and Christine Jensen embark on one of their biggest and most ambitious cakes to date -- a seven-foot-long cake with a Wallace and Gromit theme estimated to take over 400 hours to complete.
Prince Charles gives his royal approval to Phil and Christine's cakes. While Eloise challenges herself with a cake of gigantic proportions, Molly shows Manchester United pride in her latest cake creation. Rosie creates a life-size, edible Prince Charming.
Husband and wife team Phil and Christine Jensen hope to scale new heights with a very fishy commission: a five-foot long lemon and elderflower cake designed to look like a leaping fish decorated with over 17 pounds of sugar paste. Meanwhile, an expectant couple asks baker Eloise Durrant to bake a special cake, the color of which will reveal their baby's gender to party guests ... and to the parents-to-be!
Creating an extreme cake takes a special kind of person -- someone like sugar craft specialist Eloise Durrant who is asked to make a three-foot-tall fairy cake for a toddler's birthday party. Also, Michelle Wibowo produces a six-foot-long miniature steam train made entirely out of cake, while wedding cake designer Karisha Pithwa makes a five-tier cake with nearly 900 edible iced flowers.