Will Gareth Whitton’s Tarts Make Him a “MasterChef: Dessert Masters” Icon?

Will Gareth Whitton win MasterChef: Dessert Masters?
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Gareth Whitton is a legend who has worked in three Michelin star restaurants. He is also known for making the most exquisite of tarts, but does he have what it takes to win “MasterChef: Dessert Masters“?

In November 2023, MasterChef: Dessert Masters is kicking off. What’s more, unlike a regular season of “MasterChef Australia”, this series will pit professional pastry chefs against other professional pastry chefs. This means that Gareth will be up against the likes of Adriano Zumbo, Andy Bowdy, and Anna Polyviou.

Here is everything we know about Gareth before his latest “MasterChef” stint.  

Who Is Gareth Whitton?

Gareth Whitton rose to culinary fame during Melbourne’s 2020 COVID lockdown. During this time, he was creating a lot of tarts for his friends and family. Soon enough, his hobby snowballed, and Gareth launched his business, Tarts Anon.

Around this time, Gareth’s tarts gained a reception for selling quickly. They were also dubbed “the cult tarts that Melbourne didn’t know it needed”.

As it stands, Tarts Anon has a rotating menu of goodies. This brand now has two retail stores and employs around 20 staff members.

Like all great chefs, Gareth is also writing a cookbook.

Will Gareth Whitton Win “MasterChef: Dessert Masters”?

Gareth Whitton is far from the biggest celebrity on “MasterChef: Dessert Masters”. However, that means he’s a dark horse contender. There’s a strong possibility that his tarts are worthy of a grand final prize.

MasterChef: Dessert Masters is set to premiere at 7.30pm on Sunday, November 12, only on 10 and 10 Play on Demand. If you miss this episode, you can catch up on 10 Play.

This article was originally published on The Latch. Click here to read the original.

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