The contestants watch with glee as Junior MasterChef's healthy fast food palace is revealed.
With Matt Moran at the register, the kids will get nothing but the finest ingredients.
The contestants never forget that fun is supposed to be fun.
A helpful Matt Moran puts his pizza dough tossing skills into effect.
Jade, Alysha, Marcus and Miraede enjoy the moment they made it into Junior MasterChef's Top 20.
The kids are greeted by an ice cream vendor who looks suspiciously like Gary Mehigan.
Complete with snow, the pantry for the ice-cream challenge is a frosty delight.
Heat 3 comes to a close, with Chandler, Dee, Caroline and Indigo taking top honours.
The Top 50 best little chefs in Australia invade the warehouse ready to stake a claim for a Top 20 spot.
Gary, Anna and Matt welcome the enthusiastic hopefuls to the first heat of the Top 50.
Nervous but eager, the contestants take their stations ready to cook their little hearts out.
Patissier of Pain Adriano Zumbo arrives with his group's mystery core ingredient.
When selecting items to accompany their core ingredients, the chefs won't be lacking for choice.
Peter Gilmore stops by Tom's station to see how his dish is progressing.
Anna and guest mentor Shaun Presland discuss how his group are coping with the heat of heat 1.
Kylie Kwong is hugely impressed with Steven's efforts so far with the vegetarian ingredients.
Gary's rib ticklers prove a hit with Junior MasterChef hopeful Dee.
Harry is in disbelief as he accepts the first of the Top 20 aprons.
A proud Peter Gilmore awards Tom an apron for his mouthwatering duck dish.
Justin North gives Greta a high five after her perfectly cooked beef wins her a precious Top 20 apron.
The judges shake a delighted Steven's hand after he wins their hearts and himself an apron.
The mighty Adriano congratulates Kieren on winning the last of heat 1's Top 20 spots.
Tom, Steven, Greta, Harry and Kieren bask in the glory of being the first through to the Top 20.