Need to get yourself an X-rated cake for your next girls’ night out? Well, don’t bother coming to Duff Goldman.
“We don’t do bachelorette party cakes,” says the TV personality and owner of Charm City Cakes. “I have incredibly talented artists that work for me. If they were to make a bachelorette party cake, they probably would do a really good job. Whatever they made would look incredibly realistic, amazing and hilarious. But I don’t want to insult their talent by asking them to do stuff like that.”

The season finale of Goldman’s “Spring Baking Championship” airs Sunday (May 15) on Food Network and one brave baker will be awarded $50 grand. The 41-year-old — best known for his behind-the-scenes reality shows "Ace of Cakes" and “Cake Masters” — serves as a judge on the baking competition series that premiered its second season in April.
When asked how he’ll declare a winner for Season 2, he has a few criteria in mind. “Consistency is key. Showing that you have a command over what you’re doing. That you’re a pastry chef who knows a variety of techniques.” Plus, he adds, “You have to have some flare. You have to have some spark. … You have to embrace each challenge.”
Just not the challenge of a penis cake, alright?
"Spring Baking Championships" finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m. on Food Network.