The White Rabbit arrives to introduce the Cupcake Challenge.
Some very distinguished guests grace the Cupcake Challenge tasting table.
The contestants await the reveal of their Pressure Test dish.
Madi prepares the capsicum and jalapenos for her glazed chicken.
Harry carefully deconstructs a fiery jalapeno.
Chandler whips up his glaze to a nice smooth consistency.
George gives Steven a few sage tips on his Pressure Test dish.
Steven holds his Top 20 trophy aloft, justifiably proud of how far he's come.
Disney's favourites arrive for one last day of magic before the cheflings head home.
The ingredients underneath the second Mystery Box are pretty versatile, if not very pretty.
Harry rues the moment he decided to take his chances with the second Mystery Box.
The smoke coming from Jack's oven is a pretty good indicator that his praline is overdone.
Lily beams after winning six points for her Lemon Delicious dessert.
Colin Fassnidge and Miguel Maestre prepare to lead their troops in the Tag-Team Challenge.
Lily finds unusual methods of beating her pasta mix into shape.
Despite the time constraints, Harry takes the steady and disciplined approach to food fighting.
Colin and the rest of the boys leap for joy (and relief) after winning the Tag-Team Challenge.
The judges, including special guest Max Brenner, look mischevious as they introduce the sweet but savoury challenge.
Indigo and the other cheflings have their taste buds delighted by Max Brenner's indulgent chocolate burger.
Matt and Max check in on Lily as she rolls out the sheets for her sweet spring rolls.
Indigo's sweet tooth-indulging take on an Aussie tradition is a sight to behold.
Max Brenner gives his charges a round of high fives as he leaves the MasterChef kitchen.
The slumber party pillow fights suggest not a huge amount of sleep will be had.
The Invention Test is introduced by Santa Claus, who bears a striking resemblence to a certain Junior MasterChef judge.
Zac, Jack and Harry pour all their creativity into three beautiful Invention Test dishes.