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How to Watch ‘Chopped Sweets’ Online – Live Stream Season 1

By Gabriela Vatu / February 2, 2020

Chopped is one of those cooking shows that everyone has watched at least once, and it is now getting a cool new spin-off that focuses on dessert, so what's not to love? Chopped Sweets will be premiering soon, and we are planning to watch the show online.

Chopped Sweets is a show that will be hosted by the regular Chopped judge and best baker in America, host Scott Conant. Of course, this isn't exactly the first spin-off for the show, as we've already had Chopped Junior. On the other hand, this one will feature those mystery baskets and have chefs create desserts.

There will be four chefs that will go through three rounds of competition in order to win a $10,000 prize. Each episode will feature a rotating panel of culinary experts as judges besides the presence of Conant.

When and Where to Watch Chopped Sweets?

Chopped Sweets is premiering on the Food Network on February 3rd and will get new episodes every Monday at 10 PM. It is unclear exactly how many episodes the show will have, but we are eagerly going to take them one at a time.

How Can I Live Stream Chopped Sweets?

There are so many things we do online on a daily basis, starting with watching movies on Netflix, watching music videos on YouTube, reading the news, chatting with our friends, and so on. Given our history with consuming content online, it makes perfect sense to also start watching TV in the same manner. If you're looking for cool ways to watch Chopped Sweets, you can try out fuboTV, which is a really great single bundle platform. The service will enable you to watch dozens of networks, including the Food Network. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV today!

Besides the main bundles, there are also a bunch of channel packs that you can try out, as well as various premium networks. There are loads of apps for your devices, including for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and more. (Note: fuboTV is a service that only works in the United States, so if you travel abroad, you will need a VPN to get you through the blockade. Click here to find out more details about how you can get this done.)

Here's how you can start your free trial on fuboTV:

Other Ways to Watch Chopped Sweets

Sling TV - We have Sling TV on our list next, and this is a great platform that is highly customizable. The Food Network is part of all three bundles that they have to offer, namely Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. The thing about this service is that all bundles have a different channel combination and a different price, but they also come with their own perks, meaning that Orange subscribers can only watch content on one device at a time, while Blue subscribers can watch on up to three devices simultaneously. Orange + Blue subscribers, on the other hand, can watch on up to four devices at the same time. Start your subscription on Sling TV by saving money on your first month! There are a bunch of channel packs available that you can add to your subscription, as well as plenty of premium networks that you should definitely check out.

Hulu - Another service that you can try out his Hulu, which has a single bundle of channels to offer. Besides this bundle where you will easily find the Food Network, you can also add a couple of channel packs to your subscription, as well as various premium networks. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu now! When you subscribe to the Hulu live TV service, you can also enjoy everything that is available in the on-demand library, so you get the best of both worlds.

How Can I Watch Chopped Sweets When Traveling Outside of the United States?

When you travel the world, there are some issues with the platforms you subscribed to because they are all geo-blocked, which means that you cannot access them without a little bit of help. The platforms are geographically blocked because there are licensing deals in place that prevent companies from streaming content in areas that are not covered by those contracts, which in our case, is anything that is beyond US borders. Thankfully, the problem can be solved easily with the help of a VPN by simply changing your IP address so that you no longer appear to be in whichever corner of the world you're traveling to, and rather appear to be in the United States.

If you don't know which VPN to use, you can go for ExpressVPN, which is a really cool tool that has thousands of servers all over the world and some really great privacy features that will help protect your data.

Here's how you can start your ExpressVPN subscription so you can watch Chopped Sweets anywhere in the world:

Can I Watch Chopped Sweets on the Channels Website?

You most certainly will be able to watch Chopped Sweets on the Food Network website because you will find a live stream that you can access easily there. In order to do this, you will need to log in to an account by using credentials from your TV provider. The provider can be a live TV service or a cable company if you haven't cut the cord yet. (Note: The Food Network website and live stream are both geo-blocked, so if you're traveling outside of the United States, you will need a VPN to access the content. Click here to find out more details about how you can do this in just a few easy steps.)

Can I Binge-watch Chopped Sweets?

You most certainly can do this because as soon as the episodes start piling up, you will be able to watch them over on the Food Network website. Episodes also so tend to end up on Hulu, so you may also get to watch them there.

Can I Purchase Episodes From Chopped Sweets?

If you really want to make Chopped Sweets your own, then there are a few options for you to do that, mostly by purchasing the episodes from platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu. You should make sure to check all the links available in case any of them have better prices for you when you are trying to make the purchase.



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