Hale Centre Theatre in Salt Lake City is launching its 34th season of A Christmas Carol, and Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttal are asked to create their grandest and most theatrical cookie build ever to mark the occasion. Then members of the community request a special build to thank their local firehouse for the crew's tireless dedication and commitment.
A local figure skating team commissions Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttall to make a giant edible skating rink with fondant figurines for a surprise party for their beloved coach. The cake artists figure out how to make the ice skaters move on the ice, and they also make mint chocolate thumbprint cookies for all to enjoy. Later, a nonprofit organization requests a unique way to get kids excited about seasonal fruits and veggies for an upcoming cooking class. Brenda and Alisha create an incredible life-size turkey and cornucopia with winter produce made from rice cereal, and they whip up cookies from beets and berries.
Brenda Nibley's hairstylist is throwing a customer appreciation party and wants to ring in the New Year with a bang in cookie form, so Brenda and Alisha Nuttall use a drone to help them design an incredible shortbread replica of the famous City County Clock Tower and its Romanesque architecture. Then, they create a replica of an English cottage-style home as the centerpiece for a holiday brunch.
For their Christmas party, a philanthropic company hires Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttall to make a 5-foot-long replica of their local Main Street decked out as a winter wonderland. The bakers and their cookie team work tirelessly to create 14 gingerbread buildings in 1900s Americana style, along with layered peppermint bark treats for all. Then, a touring reptile company wants their company mascot, a 7-foot Asian water monitor lizard, in cookie form for their holiday party. Brenda and Alisha create an incredible mosaic of colorful gingerbread scales and delicious chocolate turtles.
Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttall create a 6-foot-tall Nutcracker for a local dance academy's performance of the ballet. The cookie team also whips up sugar plum mouse cupcakes for the dancers to enjoy. Then, a nonprofit organization commissions a special cookie build of a turn-of-the-century house in Haiti for their annual fundraiser auction. Brenda and Alisha craft a tropical-themed masterpiece out of gingerbread and orange shortbread, along with traditional Haitian banana rum bread pudding tasting treats.
The Osmond family asks Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttall to build a replica of their 150-year-old log cabin for a holiday fundraiser to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The build is extra special for Brenda, and the cookie team goes to great lengths to create edible art and tiny fondant furniture that delights Alan and David Osmond. Later, Alisha's relatives surprise their son with a motorized basketball-themed Santa Claus cookie.