The Truth About Adina Schaefer From Halloween Baking Championship Season 7

Heading into its seventh season, Food Network's "Halloween Baking Championship" follows 10 talented bakers creating spooky sweets for their survival and a grand prize of $25,000 at Camp Devil's Food Lake (via Food Network). In a behind-the-scenes video from Season 7, judges Zac Young and Stephanie Boswell show off all the decadent ingredients, tools, and treats the new season will have to offer the contestants.

The new season premieres on Monday, September 13, with its contestants ready to bake their best ghastly creations. Joining Season 7 is Adina Schaefer, an experienced baker who loves making "gory, gothic desserts," per the Food Network. Her Instagram account offers a snippet of what we might see on the "Halloween Baking Championship," including spooky spider pies and creepy Jack O'Lantern cakes.

With 20 years of experience, the Los Angeles-based contestant states simply, but sweetly, on her Instagram page, "Life is too short to skip dessert."

Adina Schaefer may stir up the Halloween Baking Championship competition with her spooky creations

In the highlights of Adina Schaefer's Instagram account, you can find past holiday and harvest menus, offering a look into the cookies, pies, and other desserts Adina is capable of creating. Photos offer a glimpse of her imagination with adorable owl cupcakes and mouthwatering treats adorning her account. 

According to the description on her business website, "Sweets by Adina Marie specializes in custom desserts and cakes. Everything we make is from scratch and high quality ingredients. We look forward to being a part [of] all your special occasions, or whenever you simply just need something sweet." 

Adina appears to be a private person, but a photo on her Instagram page suggests she may be a wife and mom. The photo shows her standing in front of holiday decor, holding a young girl and posing with a man. It's captioned "Happy Holidays," and friends posted comments like "beautiful Family." While we don't know much about the Season 7 contestant on the Food Network's "Halloween Baking Championship," we're looking forward to seeing what "spooktacular" desserts she creates.