SEASON FINALE. Find out which talented junior home cook will earn the MASTERCHEF trophy and a $100,000 prize.
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The remaining four junior home cooks compete in the semi-finals and are challenged to make the ultimate dessert – a soufflé!
The remaining six junior home cooks receive a special invitation to Gordon's home for their next team challenge - preparing a two-course menu for a VIP lunch.
Christina Tosi brings a special guest into the MASTERCHEF kitchen, her mom, to present the next mystery box challenge, which features all of Christina's favorite childhood foods.
In the next team challenge, the junior home cooks will face an egg-cellent challenge and compete in pairs to see who can complete the most deviled eggs in 12 minutes.
All eyes are on the remaining junior home cooks, who blindly taste a dish prepared by Gordon Ramsay and then must recreate the dish.
The junior home cooks squeeze in a seven-minute team challenge in which they must make a batch of raspberry mint lemonade for judge Christina Tosi to blind taste test.
The junior home cooks leave the MASTERCHEF JUNIOR kitchen for the first time to cook at a birthday party for kids ages 8-13, as well as special guests, the Ramsay and Elliot children.
In a team relay race, the junior home cooks must create a large serving of seven-layer dip. The team that completes the dip first will be safe, and get to choose the smelly, wrinkly or spicy ingredients for the elimination challenge.
The Top 20 junior home cooks face an out-of-this-world Mystery Box challenge with special guest astronaut Tracy Dyson, during which they must prepare a unique dish that highlights a stellar ingredient.
Season Two winner Logan returns to the MASTERCHEF JUNIOR kitchen and offers some advice to the remaining contestants, who compete in a cupcake-frosting contest and a challenge involving scallops.