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Four returning bakers are challenged to create holiday gingerbread houses with a cake twist. The first season of the series featured several prizes for the winner of the competition, including $10,000, a full kitchen remodel for their parent's home, an article/recipe in Food Network Magazine, and their winning cake sold as a re-creation by Charm City Cakes, along with the 'Kids Baking Champion' title. That season had a pool of eight contestants. Subsequent seasons feature only the title and a prize of $25,000 for the winner, with the FNM article/recipe restored in season four, with the contestant pool rising to ten in season two, and twelve in subsequent seasons with season five and seven being an exception with nine people.

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