Who Will Win Is It Cake Season 2? (Spoiler!)

Find out who will be the latest winner in Netflix’s baking contest series Is it cake too? Beware of spoilers if you haven’t seen it yet!

Spoilers ahead for Is it cake too?

Is it cake too? features a very talented group of bakers who must do their best to trick the judges by baking super-realistic cakes that look just like their real-life counterparts – this season also featured many great guest judges, including several Saturday night live Veterans like Chris Redd, Chloe Fineman and more.

From baking cakes that look like camping gear to toilet cakes, the show’s second season, hosted by Mikey Day, had all sorts of fun tricks up its sleeve. Watching the bakers try to survive this season and trick the judges with their detailed creations was a blast.

The last episode was judged by Redd, Taylor Tomlinson and Jade Catta-Preda. In the end, three talented bakers faced each other in a final full of surprises. So who ended up winning the second season of? is it cake?

Who will win Is It Cake, Too?

The last episode went to Elizabeth London, Miko Kaw Hok Uy and Spirit Wallace. Spirit was eliminated first, and Elizabeth and Miko went head-to-head.

Ultimately, Elizabeth was declared the winner after the jury failed to correctly guess which tool bag was a cake. Elizabeth made a tool bag cake complete with tools that looked incredibly realistic and ended up winning $75,000.

If you want to learn more about Elizabeth or keep up with her after she’s won the show, you can follow her on Instagram @thelondonbaker. Even before the Netflix show, Elizabeth was an award-winning cake artist, having previously competed on Food Network shows like halloween wars And pie wars.

She runs the leading luxury bakery, The London Bakerat the DFW Metroplex in London.

Are you happy with Elizabeth’s win? Is it cake too?? What do you think about the second season?

  • Published on 06/30/2023 at 07:01
  • Last updated on 06/30/2023 at 07:01

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Sarah Ridley is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Sarah Ridley joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing sarahridley@ustimespost.com.

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