‘MasterChef Junior’ Kids Keep Their Tiny Eyes on the $100K Prize (Exclusive Video)

'MasterChef Junior' Kids Keep Their Tiny Eyes on the $100K Prize (Exclusive Video)

Watch Gordon Ramsay's young culinary competitors get money-hungry

The child culinary contestants on Fox's cooking competition “MasterChef Junior” will get some extra incentive to cook their little hearts out on Friday's episode.

On the second week of “MasterChef Junior,” host Gordon Ramsay lets the kiddies in on what all the blood, sweat and olive oil is about — and it's not just the title of top tot on the chopping block.

It's a cool $100,000 grand prize.

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Which, naturally, gets their minds to spinning about what they could do with that kind of windfall.

“If I get it, I would really like to take my brothers to an amusement park or something,” offers Gavin, who clearly hasn't priced a trip to Disneyland recently.

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Of course, Ramsay offered his own suggestion to the tykes, telling them, “Imagine how much candy you could buy with $100,000.”

Oh, Gordon … don't you know that will spoil their appetites? Or is that your plan?

Watch the “MasterChef Junior” kids get money-hungry in the exclusive clip. The show airs at 8 p.m.