Chopped Junior

  

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Chopped JuniorCup of Glee: Chefs Maneet Chauhan and Andrew Gruel and actress Meghan Markle preside over a competition that begins with a three-and-a-half-pound peanut butter cup. (S4 Ep2)Sat, May 19, 10:00 AMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorCup of Glee: Chefs Maneet Chauhan and Andrew Gruel and actress Meghan Markle preside over a competition that begins with a three-and-a-half-pound peanut butter cup. (S4 Ep2)Sun, May 13, 12:30 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorRise and Cook!: Four young cooks make the judges the most important meal of the day: breakfast. The ingredient baskets include French toast and cereal, eggs and a grown-up breakfast beverage. (S5 Ep2)Fri, Dec 22, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorChicken and Do-Nots: The junior chefs encounter a twist on chicken and waffles, then must pair sweet tropical flavours with pork. Finally they get dessert inspiration from a coconut beverage. (S5 Ep1)Thu, Dec 21, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorLet's Taco 'bout It: The junior chefs turn the mystery basket ingredients into taco-inspired dishes, the entree round gets prickly and a cake in the third basket contains a sweet surprise. (S5 Ep13)Wed, Dec 20, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorDinner Is Served: Using frozen fast food and lamb, the young chefs push their skills to make three meals for the judges, actor J.B. Smoove and chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Geoffrey Zakarian. (S5 Ep12)Tue, Dec 19, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorRescue Mission!: The young cooks tackle leftover food such as cheese rinds. The finalists find creative uses for baking leftovers to win over judges Amanda Freitag, Sam Kass and Marc Murphy. (S5 Ep11)Mon, Dec 18, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorMac and Cheese, Please!: The young chefs are challenged to use mac and cheese in all three rounds, and even the judges are surprised to see how it can be used as a dessert. (S5 Ep10)Fri, Dec 15, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorFry Fans: The young competitors celebrate fried food in each round and whip up some deep-fried delights for the judges, chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Rebecca Lang, plus actor Zachary Quinto. (S5 Ep9)Thu, Dec 14, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorThree Ring Kitchen: In a circus-themed competition, the kid chefs are using corn and cookies. Actor Ryan Guzman joins The Kitchen's Sunny Anderson and Geoffrey Zakarian on the judging panel. (S5 Ep8)Wed, Dec 13, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorPizza Party: Amanda Freitag, Harley Morenstein and Anika Noni Rose preside over an all-pizza competition! Three courses of pizza begin with exotic looking mushrooms and creamy Italian sauce. (S5 Ep7)Tue, Dec 12, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorWhy So Blue?: The junior chefs deal with a large blue squash, lollipops and green fruit. Food journalist Michelle Park, chef Chris Santos and singer Ruben Studdard join the judging panel. (S5 Ep6)Mon, Dec 11, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorTurn Up the Beet: A new group of kid competitors prepare beets, octopus and a salmon-like fish filet, before the finalists must figure out how to work edible piano keys into their desserts. (S5 Ep5)Fri, Dec 8, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorChocoholics: The young chefs show off their chocolate skills, first by pairing chocolate with a stinky cheese. Then the finalists are startled by what they think are chocolate-covered bugs. (S5 Ep4)Thu, Dec 7, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorHeads Will Roll: Junior chefs compete in creative culinary challenges that include an appetiser round with items that stare back at them, and vegetables repurposed in brownies for dessert. (S5 Ep3)Wed, Dec 6, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorRise and Cook!: Four young cooks make the judges the most important meal of the day: breakfast. The ingredient baskets include French toast and cereal, eggs and a grown-up breakfast beverage. (S5 Ep2)Tue, Dec 5, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
New: Chopped JuniorChicken and Do-Nots: The junior chefs encounter a twist on chicken and waffles, then must pair sweet tropical flavours with pork. Finally they get dessert inspiration from a coconut beverage. (S5 Ep1)Mon, Dec 4, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorRattled: When the young chefs have to butcher and cook snakes in the appetiser round, will they be too squeamish to let their skills shine through? (S3 Ep1)Fri, Dec 1, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorSnapper Snafus: In round one, the junior chefs have to do their best with duck and some wild-flavoured cupcakes. Then the finalists find a playful pie in the dessert round. (S3 Ep12)Thu, Nov 30, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorBasket Brawl: Odd gifts from the sea are found in the appetiser basket. In the entree round, there's something sweet and something bitter. Finally, the chefs face chocolate ravioli desserts. (S3 Ep11)Wed, Nov 29, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorSnack Attack: A strange pink pickle keeps the kids on their toes in the entree round, and in the dessert round, a marshmallow mishap makes the judges want to help. (S3 Ep10)Tue, Nov 28, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorA Hot Minute: The young chefs get 30 minutes to cook minute steak in the appetiser round. Round two involves breaking down a bird, along with figuring out what to do with some cool ketchup. (S3 Ep9)Mon, Nov 27, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorBeginner's Duck: The young chefs set out to make pleasant pheasant dishes in the appetiser round, then the entree basket features something gummy and some yummy ducks. (S3 Ep8)Fri, Nov 24, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorThink Fig: The young cooks get some expensive seafood in the first basket and struggle to make the most of valuable time. Then, figs and fancy peaches must make it to the dessert plates. (S3 Ep7)Thu, Nov 23, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorCurry Hurry: The young chefs face orange noodles and a red paste in the entree round. The finalists must find ways to turn Italian pudding and sushi-shaped sandwiches into original desserts. (S3 Ep6)Wed, Nov 22, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorS'more Determination: Hot dog pasta is the most peculiar find in the junior chefs' appetiser baskets. The odd combos continue in the second round with s'mores fries. (S3 Ep5)Tue, Nov 21, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorFish Tale: The young chefs face a serious seafood challenge and a healthy frozen dessert. Major setbacks in the dessert round keep the finalists working furiously on their dishes. (S3 Ep4)Mon, Nov 20, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorSloppy Apps: The chefs get messy with sloppy joes in round one. Red pesto and white turnips keep things interesting in the entree round, then a bacon apple pie is found in the dessert basket. (S3 Ep3)Fri, Nov 17, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorEars for Fears: The chefs work with pigs' ears to impress chefs Katie Lee and Chris Santos and actor Alan Thicke. Then, soup and truffles make for strange basket fellows in the entree round. (S3 Ep2)Thu, Nov 16, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorRattled: When the young chefs have to butcher and cook snakes in the appetiser round, will they be too squeamish to let their skills shine through? (S3 Ep1)Wed, Nov 15, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorBoared Silly: The junior chefs are put to the test by judges Christ Santos, actress Ali Larter and Food Network Star contestant Arnold Myint. Round one features boar but is far from boring. (S2 Ep13)Tue, Nov 14, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorGoat Gumption: Four fresh-faced junior chefs must give it their all to impress the judges, model Jourdan Dunn and chefs Carla Hall and Chris Santos. (S2 Ep12)Mon, Nov 13, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorSummer Sizzle: School's out, but it's time to make the grade by cooking for the judges: Roble Ali, Jennie Garth and Marc Murphy. Funny cookies and lean meat are part of the appetiser basket. (S2 Ep11)Fri, Nov 10, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorThe Big Stink: The junior chefs deal with some seriously stinky ingredients for judges Marcus Samuelsson, former White House chef Sam Kass and blogger Ayesha Curry. (S2 Ep10)Thu, Nov 9, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorPancake Pop Power: A new group of junior chefs enter the kitchen with hopes of winning over the judges: chef Alex Guarnaschelli, Cooking Channel's Kelsey Nixon and food blogger Donal Skehan. (S2 Ep9)Wed, Nov 8, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorDinner for Dad: The junior chefs are instructed to make dishes that their dads would really like, to be judged by chefs Scott Conant and Tre Wilcox alongside pro skateboarder Tony Hawk. (S2 Ep8)Tue, Nov 7, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorTrail Mix and Match: Four talented junior chefs are ready to prove their expertise in the kitchen to judges Marc Murphy, actress Debby Ryan and Geoffrey Zakarian. (S2 Ep7)Mon, Nov 6, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorPasta Love: A new round of talented junior chefs storm the kitchen to win over judges Alex Guarnaschelli, Eddie Jackson and actress Christine Taylor. (S2 Ep6)Fri, Nov 3, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorGrill It!: The junior chefs get fired up for a grilling competition with judges Amanda Freitag, NFL Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis and Cooking Channel's Ali Khan. (S2 Ep5)Thu, Nov 2, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorGo Fish!: Chefs Kardea Brown and Amanda Freitag are joined by actor Andrew Rannells to judge a very fishy competition! The first basket has the chefs asking how to make balanced fish dishes. (S2 Ep4)Wed, Nov 1, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorQuail Quest: The junior chefs show kindness and help each other out, but someone must still be chopped by a judging panel featuring Maneet Chauhan, actor Rico Rodriguez and Fabio Viviani. (S2 Ep1)Fri, Oct 27, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorBatter Hurry Up!: Four kids who starred in Rachael v Guy: Kids Cook Off return to compete in the Chopped Junior kitchen and win over the judges: Tiffany Derry, Amanda Freitag and Tia Mowry. (S1 Ep13)Thu, Oct 26, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorCandy Rock Bottom: These junior chefs are here to prove their expertise in the kitchen to some special judges: chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Sharone Hakman and musician Kimberly Schlapman. (S1 Ep12)Wed, Oct 25, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorCuteness Overload: At just nine and ten years old, these junior chefs are the youngest competitors yet. Amanda Freitag, Jeff Mauro and actress Hayden Panettiere serve as judges. (S1 Ep11)Tue, Oct 24, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorAdorably Ambitious: Four new junior chefs arrive in the kitchen to show they're already cooking like pros. Actress Mila Kunis and chefs Scott Conant and Madison Cowan are guest judges. (S1 Ep10)Mon, Oct 23, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorBirthday Cake Crush: There's double trouble in the kitchen, as this group of young competitors includes twin sisters. The judging panel features former professional boxer Laila Ali. (S1 Ep9)Fri, Oct 20, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorFuture Stars: Four junior chefs with an appetite for long-term success square off in front of the judges, including former professional boxer Laila Ali and chefs Marc Murphy and Sam Talbot. (S1 Ep8)Thu, Oct 19, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorCulinary Elves: Four new junior chefs get into the spirit of the season as they create a feast for the judges, former White House chef Sam Kass, Food Network's Marc Murphy and Martha Stewart. (S1 Ep7)Wed, Oct 18, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorCereal Miracles: A new group of junior chefs brings their enthusiasm to the Chopped Kitchen to impress the judges: model Camila Alves and chefs Michelle Bernstein and Scott Conant. (S1 Ep6)Tue, Oct 17, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins
Chopped JuniorFungi Times: Four junior chefs are here to prove themselves to the judges: chef Tino Feliciano, former White House chef Sam Kass and Food Network's Marc Murphy. (S1 Ep5)Mon, Oct 16, 5:00 PMFood Network60 mins