When the weather thaws, it is time to start new. Spring Baking Championship Season 3, Episode 4 tackles Springtime remodeling.
Spring Baking Championship Season 3 on the Food Network tackles several rights of passage during this season. On episode 4, springtime remodeling and Parisian cafes inspire the bakers’ sweet treats. Will these bakers excel or turn in another baking disaster?
With both professional and home bakers remaining, this season’s Spring Baking Championship is providing to be quite a battle. So far the bakers have tackled bunny cakes, destination donuts and Kentucky Derby desserts. What’s next on the list- springtime remodeling.
According to Food Network, episode 4 synopsis serves up the following:
"When the weather gets nice, it’s time for some remodeling! The six remaining bakers attempt to lighten up a dense, dark brownie and give a classic Napoleon a springtime twist."
Based on this blurb, I’m not understanding the springtime remodeling motif. Personally, I want my brownies chocolatey and decadent. If I wanted something light on chocolate, I might eat a chocolate chip cookie.
As for the Napoleon springtime twist, my best guess is that this dessert will test the bakers. Napoleons are generally a stacked pastry filled with cream, custard or even jelly. Usually, they are rectangular in shape. The key to a tasty Napoleon is the balance of flaky pastry to filling. Want to take bets on how many bakers’ Napoleons crumble and fall?
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Spring Baking Championship, Season 3 airs Sunday nights 9 p.m. ET on Food Network. Check back with our episode recaps and reviews of every episode.