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Sweetness Overload! 7 Netflix Desserts Shows that Adds More Sugar if You Have a Sweet Tooth

Sweetness Overload! 7 Netflix Desserts Shows that Adds More Sugar if You Have a Sweet Tooth

Looking for sweet treats? Satisfy your cravings with these shows that you’ll surely don’t wanna miss!

From displaying enormous chocolate sculpture, baking competition, and dessert-centered reality shows, these are kind of addicting! Favorably, Netflix offers a variety of TV programs about desserts bringing your taste buds into the next level!

Sweetness Overload! 7 Netflix Desserts Shows that Adds More Sugar if You Have a Sweet Tooth

Sugar Rush

If you are into reality shows that are all about the content, delicious-looking desserts, and feature zero drama, then this one’s for you. The premise is simple. Four teams of two professional bakers each compete against each other in a baking competition for $10,000. Each episode features a different theme and has the bakers compete in three rounds where they wow the judges with their cupcakes, confectioneries, and ultimately a life-size cake.

School of Chocolate

If you’ve been on the internet at any time in the past year, most probably you’ve stumbled across one of Chef Amaury Guichon’s chocolates and confectionery creations. The Swiss-French pastry chef and chocolatier is known for his breathtaking sculptures made entirely out of chocolate. In the show, he turns mentor and judge to eight contestants as they learn how to work the delicious ingredient and create stunning-looking desserts and sculptures. But fair warning, only watch this show if you have a healthy stack of chocolates around you otherwise you will be craving it for sure.

Is It Cake?

The streaming platform got so inspired by the viral trend of cakes that look like real-life objects. It decided to greenlight an entire eight-episode long reality show series. The show has contestants identify and create cakes that look like everyday objects, like shoes or a beach ball, after which a panel of celebrity judges try and guess, from a selection of similar-looking objects, which one is a cake, and which one is an ordinary object. You might find yourself having trouble which is which. SNL’s Mikey Day hosts this bizarre yet incredibly watchable show.

Bake Squad

Refreshingly free of usual reality competition show elements like eliminations or an end prize, this competitive show features a squad of four individuals with unique specialty who compete with each other to create a cake or confectionery item that would get selected for the event per episode. Watch it if you love baking and just want to see a group of bakers celebrate the art of baking by doing what they love to ultimately bring happiness to someone.

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Baking Impossible

You have to give it to the streaming giant for having an odd bunch of reality shows in its bank. This particular show pairs a baker with an engineer. Both have not met each other prior to filming the show and has them compete in teams opposite other baker-engineer pairs. They are to create desserts that are both delicious and can survive rigorous engineering obstacle tests. So, you have contestants trying to create a 2ft long sailboat that is a cake but should also be able to move–(without falling apart, of course)–by using a remote control, or a robot that could pass through a series of obstacles in a dessert-themed obstacle course.

Nadiya Bakes

Full disclosure, this show might not just be about desserts as the titular Nadiya bakes both savory and sweet treats. The celebrity chef, cookbook author, and winner of The Great British Bake Off, Nadiya Hussain shares her easy-to-recreate-at-home recipes for baked goods. Some of these are her strawberry shortcake or a vegan banana ice cream cheesecake. If it helps, there’s one whole episode dedicated to indulgent desserts, so there’s that.

The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell

This scripted reality show combines two of the most unlikely things: spooks and desserts. As the title suggests, the show revolves around artist and baker Christine McConnell, who lives in a haunted mansion. McConnell creates spooky desserts like peanut butter pretzel bones, a haunted gingerbread house, and wolf claw donuts. It’s the perfect show to watch if you love horror movies and Halloween season.

Dessert shows are so fun to watch. Who doesn’t like starring at the luscious sugary treats being made at a period of time? Watching these light-hearted, wholesome shows are perfect for when you’re looking to unwind or indulge your sweet tooth in a much healthier way rather than gorging on sugary desserts all day long.

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