"It's been a crazy year for us," Henry tells TV WEEK.
"The show changed our lives," Sammy (near right) tells TV WEEK.
The girls have been working non-stop since they were crowned winners, with the main highlight being their own food show on 10, Sammy And Bella's Kitchen Rescue.
The undisputed villains of their series in 2016, Carmine and Lauren lost to sisters Tasia and Gracia in the season finale. During filming, they were accused of everything from strategic voting to being too blunt.
The couple recently celebrated their five-year wedding anniversary after welcoming a baby girl last year.
Winning MKR in 2013 truly changed Dan and Steph's lives. The pair invested some of the $250,000 prize money into IVF, and were overjoyed when Steph finally fell pregnant with their daughter Emmy in 2014. Dan has totally transformed himself too, undergoing weight-loss surgery in March last year.
Bubbly duo Carly and Tresne won our hearts in 2014 and made headlines when it was revealed they were a couple – despite being presented as "close friends".
They now run The Happiness Mission, which offers workshops and seminars to improve the health and wellbeing of youth in Australia.
Sydney sisters Jess (near right)and Emma were caught up in the show's biggest scandal last year. After repeatedly clashing with Sonya and Hadil, Manu went on to "excuse" Sonya and Hadil from the competition. Since the final, Jess has welcomed her second child, Chase, and has a "mummy movement lifestyle project" in the pipeline.
Loveable father and son Mick and Matt were dubbed the comeback kings in 2013, winning a spot back in the competition after a tense cook-off. Shortly after the show, Matt came out as gay, and in 2015 the pair featured in a TV ad for Australian Marriage Equality. Both also scored broadcasting gigs with competing radio stations in Hobart.
They entered MKR with a bang in 2015 with their southern American flavours, but fan favourites Robert and daughter Lynzey were eventually eliminated after losing out to Dave and Rob in a sudden-death challenge. Texan cowboy Robert went on to land a judging spot on Aussie Barbecue Heroes.
Since appearing on MKR in 2018, friends Roula and Rachael have maintained a strong social media presence, posting about their fitness and modelling pursuits.