In Sweet News, We’re Getting More MasterChef in 2023 with MasterChef: Dessert Masters
We’ve become so accustomed to watching MasterChef Australia every year that we’re not entirely sure what life was like before it.
The delicious food, heartwarming moments and the loveable contestants have all become a part of our life, and as each season ends, we look forward to the next.
It’s been less than six months since the 2022 season of MasterChef Australia came to a close, but we’re already experiencing withdrawals.
The good news is Channel 10 is giving us what we want by bringing us more MasterChef in 2023.
At the network’s Upfronts event, it was announced that the cooking franchise will be introducing a spin-off series that will centre around desserts.
MasterChef: Dessert Masters is gearing up for its first season, and here’s what we know so far.
Who Will Be Competing?
MasterChef Australia is best known for turning ordinary home cooks into culinary connoisseurs. However, MasterChef: Dessert Masters will feature pastry chefs who will go head-to-head to be crowned Australia’s first-ever Dessert Master.
Who Will Be On the Judging Panel?
While it hasn’t been confirmed just yet, we’re assuming regular MasterChef judges Jock Zonfrillo, Melissa Leong and Andy Allen will sit on the panel. Although, it’ll be interesting to see a few pastry chefs on there, such as MasterChef regulars Kirsten Tibballs and Adriano Zumbo.
When Will It Hit Our Screens?
The exact date is yet to be announced, but the show will air sometime next year on Channel 10 and 10Play. The competition will join the regular season of MasterChef Australia in 2023, which is titled MasterChef Australia: Secrets and Surprises.
What Will the Winner Receive?
Whoever wins MasterChef: Dessert Masters will take home $100,000.