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The desserts made on Masterchef Ireland last night had some serious notions

It’s a long way from Viennetta.

MASTERCHEF IRELAND SAID goodbye to Evelyn Cusack last night after her sweet treats failed to impress.

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Pastry chef Claire Clark helped the celebs out with their dessert challenges.

Samantha Mumba, Mundy, Colm O’Gorman, Simon Delaney, Niamh Kavanagh, and Oisin McConville were all tasked with making a sticky toffee pudding and a fruity dessert.

Now, we know Masterchef is about good cooking. But these desserts, NOTIONS.

Sticky toffee pudding looks like this, doesn’t it?

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But no, Oisin made this

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Don’t even get us started on Samantha Mumba’s

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What is THIS?

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And a fruity dessert?

Should look like this.

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Colm O’Gorman made poached pear with blackberry sorbet, fresh blackberries, chocolate soil, swiss merguine, and a pear foam

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Mundy made vanilla ice cream with burnt toast dust, bacon brittle, frosted orange peel, and a ginger snap

Oooooooooooooh, far from that you were raised.

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Simon made pear honey and masala chai panna cotta, chili chocolate soil, walnut, and chocolate praline

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Anyone got any apple tart and custard? A bit of Viennetta?

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