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The Great British Bake Off

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    Channel 4
  • Last episode S7E12 aired 2016-12-26
    7 months ago
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aired 2016-12-26 (7 months ago)
2016 Christmas Specials: Episode 2 of 2
Season: 7 | Episode: 12
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Show Summary

The Great British Bake Off sees ten passionate home bakers take part in a bake-off to test every aspect of their baking skills as they battle to be crowned the Great British Bake Off's best amateur baker. Each week the nationwide tour sees keen bakers put through three challenges in a particular discipline.

The competition kicks off with cake in the Cotswolds, then moves to Scotland to tackle biscuit baking, then Sandwich in Kent for bread, Bakewell in Derbyshire for puddings, Mousehole in Cornwall for the pastry challenges, and London for the grand final.

Judging the baking are renowned baking writer Mary Berry and professional baker Paul Hollywood; presenting the show are Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, who trace the very particular history of British baking by visiting local baking landmarks and discovering why people bake what they bake today.

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Channel 4 Started: Aug/17/2010
Usually airs on: Wednesday

Type: Game Show
Genres: Food
Country: GB GB

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  • s07e12
    • 5.00/5
    7 months ago
    20:00- 21:00

    The tent has been decorated and the invitations have been sent out for two very special Christmas episodes of 'The Great British Bake Off,' featuring returning contestants from previous years. A festive welcome awaits four more returning bakers - Chetna from Series 5, Howard from Series 4, James M from Series 3 and Janet from Series 2.

    The judges have set three festive challenges, starting with a savoury signature to get the Christmas party started. In the technical, Paul has a gifted them a bread challenge that's not for the faint-hearted. The final challenge, the showstopper, is huge, as the judges lay the festive gauntlet and ask the bakers to make a trio of Christmas favourites. But who will hold their nerve and produce the perfect desserts?

  • s07e11
    • 5.00/5
    7 months ago
    20:00- 21:00

    The tent has been decorated and the invitations have been sent out for two very special Christmas episodes of 'The Great British Bake Off.' Eight bakers of 'Bake Off' past return to the tent to compete once more. In this first episode there's another chance to see Mary-Anne from Series 2, Ali from Series 4, Cathryn from Series 3 and Norman from Series 5.

    The bakers face three festive challenges, starting with the signature challenge. Paul and Mary want them to make some highly decorative Christmas bakes that require intricate icing.

    For the technical challenge, Mary has a special present of mystery ingredients and a recipe which, if the bakers follow correctly, will produce a stunning bake, decorated with chocolate snowflakes.

    And finally there is the showstopper, for which the bakers must produce a festive masterpiece with Christmas theme.

  • s07e10
    • 5.00/5
    9 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    It is the final, and with just three of the original twelve bakers remaining. The theme for the final is a Royal Bake Off, as the tent plays host to three challenges to impress the Queen.

    The last signature challenge sees a return to meringues, a challenge that a few of the bakers stumbled over in week six.

    For the technical challenge, Mary has made a simple bake very, very tough, as she has only given the bakers one recipe instruction. The rest is down to them. It may be a very British classic, but with no measurements, this is the ultimate test of the final three bakers' intuition.

    Then on the final day, as the bakers' families gather outside the tent, the finalists face their last showstopper. This is the most complex one ever seen on Bake Off, and there are the most bakes ever requested in a challenge. With only one oven, it's five solid hours of baking for the finalists to prove they deserve the winner's trophy.

    Who will be named the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2016?


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e09
    • 5.00/5
    9 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    It is the Bake Off semi-final, and it is Patisserie Week, with just four bakers remaining. In the signature challenge, the bakers are once again butter-bashing and folding their pastry to achieve perfect lamination for a difficult French pastry.

    In the technical challenge, Paul has set the bar high. He is testing the bakers' patisserie prowess with a yeast-based cake that has a fruity top and delicate chocolate work.

    The showstopper is the bakers' last chance to prove they have what it takes to make it to the final, with a multiple mini-cake bake. The timings are crucial to achieve the high-end finish the judges are looking for.

    Which of the bakers will impress Mary and Paul enough to earn their place in next week's final, and who will be leaving the tent?


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  • s07e08
    • 5.00/5
    9 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    This week we are stepping back in history for a Bake Off first - Tudor Week. Mary and Paul have set three new challenges that embrace a time when Henry VIII reigned, a time of flamboyant banquets and impressive centre pieces that were Tudor showstoppers.

    The signature is a Tudor classic - pies. Although a few hundred years ago their pies would have been filled with feathered birds, our bakers will attempt to make a rather more edible version for modern taste of a savoury stuffed pie.

    In the technical challenge, the bakers face a rather unusual Tudor biscuit that has the them all tied up in knots.

    Mel pops into Hampton Court to uncover how one sweet delicacy nearly enticed Queen Elizabeth I to marry.

    And the final challenge is to construct a showstopper that is a spectacle of marzipan, fit to grace the tables of a wealthy Tudor banquet.

    Which of the five bakers will make it into the semi-final, and who will be leaving the tent?


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e07
    • 5.00/5
    9 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    Week seven of The Great British Bake Off is Dessert week. Three sweet challenges which will mean a bitter end for one of the six remaining bakers as they battle for a place in the quarter-final.

    For starters the bakers face a sweetly filled signature challenge that has them rolling out their skills to impress Mary and Paul.

    And if that wasn't enough, the technical challenge is one of the toughest of the series so far, which layers on the pressure as the bakers are tested on a tricky French dessert.

    Sue heads to Paris for a lesson on the history of praline and nibbles on a few of these nutty delicacies.

    And finally there is a multi-bake mini-showstopper that is a bit of a mousse marathon. But which of the bakers will impress Mary and Paul enough to earn their place in the quarter-final, and which baker will be hanging up their apron and heading home?


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e06
    • 5.00/5
    10 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    It's week six of The Great British Bake Off and just seven bakers remain. This week, for the very first time on Bake Off, it's Botanical Week.

    There are three challenges inspired by nature. The bakers can reach for anything that grows to give their bakes maximum botanical taste.

    The bakers start with a signature challenge with a twist, that demands sharp citrus flavours and perfect peaks. Hidden under the gingham cloth is a leafy technical challenge set by Mr Hollywood. And finally, the botanical showstopper is the biggest challenge of the series so far - not one, not two, but three tiers of elaborately decorated cake.

    Paul and Mary are looking for beautifully flavoured sponges and to be wowed by stunning floral designs. Three challenges, three chances to win star baker, three chances to avoid leaving the tent.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e05
    • 5.00/5
    10 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    It is Pastry Week, and with just eight bakers left, Mary and Paul are looking for perfection. They have set three challenges to test the bakers on three very different types of pastry. For the signature challenge it is breakfast time, Danish style.

    In the technical challenge, Mary asks the bakers to keep their cool, giving them limited time and instructions to bake a classic British tart. Mel takes a shift at a London Turkish bakery making baklava, and she discovers the history of this delicate desert that hailed from the palaces of Sultans.

    And finally there is a bite-size showstopper, a fine pastry which notoriously difficult to make and even trickier to bake. Which bakers will impress Mary and Paul enough to keep their place in the tent, and who will be heading home?


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e04
    • 5.00/5
    10 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    It's week four of The Great British Bake Off, just nine bakers remains, and - for the very first time - it is Batter Week. Mary and Paul have set three challenges to test the bakers on some store cupboard classics. To start things off there is a British favourite. It may sound simple, but the judges are looking for perfection - a uniform bake across the batch and a tasty savoury filling. The bakers really have to rise to the occasion in this signature challenge.

    The technical challenge requires a steady hand to master its intricacies, and there's no room for error.

    And finally there is a showstopper where the ovens are off and the fryers are out, as the bakers are challenged to do their version of a Spanish classic.

    Three challenges, three chances to win star baker, three chances to avoid leaving the tent.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e03
    • 5.00/5
    10 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    It is bread week, and Paul Hollywood has put together three of the toughest challenges ever. First up is the signature challenge - a sweet dough with a twist. And with Paul's digits primed for prodding, no dough is safe from scrutiny.

    The bakers then face a steamy technical challenge without an oven, as Paul and Mary step out of the tent to leave the bakers with only a basic set of instructions and ingredients. For the perfect bake they have to avoid a burnt bottom and a soggy top.

    Mel heads to Germany to discover how one brave baker and a few hundred dumplings saved his small town from the ravages of the Thirty Years' War.

    And there is a mighty final challenge which requires the use of three different flours to create a huge showstopper centrepiece.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e02
    • 5.00/5
    11 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    It is week two of The Great British Bake Off, and it is crunch time as Paul and Mary set the bakers three biscuit challenges.

    The bakers start with a signature challenge, but who will snap first with just a few hours to make 24 identical decorated biscuits?

    Hidden under the gingham cloth is a technical challenge that requires perfect piping to avoid a crumbling whirl.

    Sue Perkins drops in for tea and history as she discovers the etiquette of dunking biscuits, from Victorian high society right back to Greek survival biscuits.

    The final showstopper challenge requires precision baking to build a biscuit structure that reveals a little more about each of the bakers.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s07e01
    • 5.00/5
    11 months ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12

    Twelve new amateur bakers don their aprons and head for the iconic tent in the heart of the British countryside. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins are back, as are Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, who have devised 30 new challenges to test the bakers' knowlege, skill and creativity.

    The competition begins with cake week. The group first take on a British classic and are then faced with Mary's technical challenge - a popular little cake with a fatless sponge and tricky chocolate work. Finally, the bakers have the opportunity to show the judges what they can do with their showstopper.

    The best of the bunch will be crowned star baker while one contestant will be leaving the tent.


    (Screencap by tvmaze.com)
  • s06e15
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Mary and Paul bring Christmas cheer to the table with step by step recipes that all the family can help make.

  • s06e14
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:00- 19:00

    In the final masterclass of the series, Mary and Paul heat up the ovens and get out the mixing bowls one last time to create the signature, technical and showstopper challenges from the last part of the Great British Bake Off.

    Mary makes a tennis cake based on the 19th century recipe that was the technical challenge from Victorian week. Paul makes two types of cream horns - the first filled with a mocha crème pat and the rest with a limoncello tutti frutti cream. Mary shows us how to be delicate, precise and perfect with her mokatines and Paul gets to grips with an epic construction in choux pastry - le religieuse a l'ancienne.

  • s06e13
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:00- 19:00

    This week Mary and Paul recreate the bakes from the second half of the series and show us the skills, secrets and tips to ensure perfect results every time.

    Mary goes sugar free with her version of a sugar-free carrot cake, before making an apricot frangipane tart. Paul shows us the correct way to make the Cypriot flaounas which left the bakers bewildered in the technical challenge from pastry week. He then makes a game pie with hot water crust pastry followed by a show-stopping lime and passion fruit charlotte russe.

  • s06e12
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
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  • s06e11
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Sorry, currently no summary available for this episode
  • s06e10
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    This program looks back over the last series from Luis's amazing 3-D biscuit scene via the technically challenging Schichttorte to Ian's binning of his baked Alaska.

  • s06e09
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    The pressure is on as the remaining bakers get a grip on one of the most difficult ingredients -- chocolate.

  • s06e08
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    The five remaining bakers work their way through patisserie, including a mountainous choux pastry masterpiece.

  • s06e07
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    The signature challenge features a stalwart of the Victorian dinner table -- game pie.

  • s06e06
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    It's pastry week and the bakers begin with frangipane tarts for the signature challenge; the technical challenge calls for flaouna, a traditional cheese-filled pastry; vol-au-vent.

  • s06e05
    • 5.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    For alternative ingredients week, the bakers must bake without sugar, gluten or dairy; the signature challenge requires sugar free cakes; gluten free pitas; dairy free ice cream rolls.

  • s06e04
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    The nine bakers left make a French classic -- creme brulee; the technical challenge is a Spanische windtorte; a stack of tiered cheesecakes.

  • s06e03
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    The bakers create quick breads for the signature challenge; the technical challenge is baguettes; edible 3-D bread sculptures.

  • s06e02
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    Eleven bakers face the signature challenge of creating 24 biscotti; the technical challenge is arlettes; edible biscuit box of 36 biscuits of a different flavor.

  • s06e01
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    19:00- 20:00

    Twelve bakers take on their first signature challenge -- to make a Madeira cake; the classic black forest gateau.

  • s05e15
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Paul and Mary offer tips on creating some perfect Christmas treats.
  • s05e14
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Bakes include lemon and raspberry eclairs, povitica and double chocolate entremets.
  • s05e13
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Mary creates a swirling chocolate and orange tart and a Swedish prinsesstarta. Paul creates mini sausage plaits and demystifies the delicious kouign amann.
  • s05e12
    • 4.50/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Mary and Paul show off recipes featured in the past series. Paul shows how to make a ciabatta, a roquefort and walnut loaf and some chocolate volcano fondant puddings. Mary makes a tiramisu cake and a neopolitan baked alaska.
  • s05e11
    • 4.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Mary and Paul show off recipes featured in the past series. Paul makes a blackcurrant and liquorice swirly swiss roll and some savoury biscuits. Mary makes a cherry cake with lemon icing, florentines and classic coffee and walnut cakes.
  • s05e10
    • 4.50/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Only three challenges lie between the remaining three bakers and being crowned this week's winner. The signature challenge requires mastery in three hours of a classic pastry technique that normally takes around a day. The technical challenge sees their skills being tested beyond anything they have tackled so far. The final challenge needs delivery of perfect sponge, caramel, choux pastry and petit four in their final five hours in the tent. At the end of the show this year's winner is revealed.
  • s05e09
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The bakers start Patisserie Week as the semi finals get underway. They have to create signature baklava, two different types of any flavour they like, but with the crisp flaky layers of perfectly pulled filo pastry. They then have to deal with the technical challenge, which sees them making layers of a different kind. The finally have to create two elegant entremets. At the end of the show one of them is eliminated from the competition.
  • s05e08
    • 4.50/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The show has reached the quarter-final stage with just five amateur bakers remaining. This week they take on enriched doughs.
  • s05e07
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining contestants are set three tasks involving pastry, starting with signature savoury parcels. For the technical challenge, they have to create a kouign amann, a cake none of them has ever heard of before making two different types of doughnut in the showstopper round.
  • s05e06
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining hopefuls face three European cakes. The signature challenge sees them having to bake yeast-leavened cakes whilst thet echnical challenge sees them having to create a swedish princess torte. The showstopping finale sees them having to make their own contemporary version of the dobos torte.
  • s05e05
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining hopefuls face challenges featuring pies and tarts. They have to create a signature custard tart before Paul sets the bakers the challenge mini pear pies to create. The final challenge sees them having just four hours to create a towering collection of pies. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
  • s05e04
    • 0.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining contestants have to test their multi-baking-skills as they work on challenges around the themes of desserts. They have to produce saucy puds for the signature challenge. The technical challenge this week is a tiramisu. They are then challenged to bake a baked alaska showstopper.
  • s05e03
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    It’s week three and the remaining bakers have to create bread. They are set the task of creating perfect rye bread rolls. In the Technical Challenge, the have to use Paul's recipe for Ciabatta loaves. In the Showstopper Challenge, they have to create a filled centrepiece loaf that will make an impact on a table as well as on the judges. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
  • s05e02
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12 The eleven remaining bakers are tested on biscuits this week. They firstly have to create signature savoury biscuits. In the Technical Challenge, they have to use Mary's recipe for Florentines. The final challenge is to create three-dimensional biscuit scenes. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
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  • s05e01
    • 5.00/5
    3 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The Great British Bake Off - S7E12 As this year's set of hopefuls enter the tent for the very first time, their first Signature Challenge is to make a swiss roll. They then have to face their first ever Technical Challenge which is Mary's recipe for a classic cherry cake. Finally they have to create a classic British cakes in perfect miniature. At the end of the show there is the first elimination.
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  • s04e15
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Mary and Paul plan their Christmas in a festive masterclass. They share their favourite recipes for Christmas including Stollen, Mincemeat Streusel and a Gingerbread House that can be made with help from all the family.
  • s04e14
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Mary and Paul offer more tips and tricks to get the perfect results at home.
  • s04e13
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Mary and Paul offer more tips and tricks to get the perfect results at home. Mary shows her family recipe for ginger spiced traybake andalso makes tricky tuiles with chocolate mousse. Paul creates an iced tea loaf, sweet dough brioche tete and apricot couronne.
  • s04e12
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Mary shows her family recipe for her 'Tipsy Trifle', floating islands and 'Wobbly Apricot Tart', whilst Paul makes custard tarts and spanakopita.
  • s04e11
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Mary and Paul offer tips and tricks to get the perfect results at home. Mary creates whole orange cake and angel food cake whilst Paul' creates breakfast muffins and olive bread sticks.
  • s04e10
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The three finalists have to each create a savoury picnic pie featuring a creative design and sides strong enough to be served out of the tin. They then need to create twelve perfectly shaped pretzels topped with orange zest and glaze, and finally, a three-tiered wedding cake. They then attend a summer garden party with their family and friends where this year's winner is announced.
  • s04e09
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The semi-finalists have to deal with three French challenges, starting by creating three types of savoury canapes in just two-and-a-half hours. In the technical challenge they each have to make a Charlotte Royale, before the showstopper round sees them bake opera cakes.
  • s04e08
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The five remaining contestants need to deal with unconventional flours and unusual desserts, starting by baking a signature loaf using non-traditional wheat flours. In this week's technical challenge they have to each create a gluten-free dacquoise before making dairy-free novelty vegetable cakes in the showstopper round.
  • s04e07
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining contestants are given three tasks involving pastry. They begin by having to make the signature suet puddings. Mary's technical challenge sees them having to make choux buns filled with creme patissiere and topped with ganache. They finally have to create three different types of perfectly puffed pastries in the showstopper round. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
  • s04e06
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining hopefuls left in the competition face three tasks involving sweet dough. They start by making signature tea loaves and then face one of Paul's most fiendish technical challenges yet. They then have to create 36 sweet European buns in the showstopper round. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
  • s04e05
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining contestants are assessed how they deal with preparing biscuits and traybakes. The signature challenge throws up a variety of bakewells, banoffees and brownies, whilst creating French classic tuiles are the technical test. They then have to construct `biscuit towers' before there is another elimination.
  • s04e04
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The ten remaining hopefuls have to create pies and tarts this week. They start with signature double-crusted fruit pies, followed by custard tarts in the technical challenge and finish by making pies made with filo pastry for the showstopper. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
  • s04e03
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The eleven remaining hopefuls have their dessert-making skills judged. They first have to create a signature trifle combining biscuit, cake, jelly or custard in distinct layers. The technical challenge sees them having to create floating islands of meringues on creme anglaise, and then they must prepare 24 petits fours for the showstopper. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
  • s04e02
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The twelve remaining hopefuls see their bread-making skills being put to the test as they have to deal with three tasks. The start by having to make 36 perfectly thin and crispy bread sticks. The technical challenge sees them having to create a batch of English muffins, before ending with some show-stopping loaves. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
  • s04e01
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The hopefuls first have to create a sandwich cake, before having to follow Mary's basic recipe for angel food cake in the opening technical challenge. The showstopper round sees them creating a chocolate-based cake and is the final chance to avoid being the first to be eliminated from the competition.
  • s03e14
    • 0.00/5
    4 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Mary and Paul showcase different seasonal favourites in a special edition of the show.
  • s03e13
    • 0.00/5
    5 years ago
    20:00- 21:00
    Mary and Paul showcase different festive favourites in a special edition of the show.
  • s03e12
    • 0.00/5
    5 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Contestants from last year's competition talk about their experiences about taking part. They reveal what it was like to cook in the tent and face the scrutiny of the judges.
  • s03e11
    • 0.00/5
    5 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Paul and Mary take over the Bake Off tent to show how the technical challenges should be done. They tackle treacle tarts, rum babas, creme caramels, hand raised pies and Paul's infamous eight-strand plaited loaf.
  • s03e10
    • 0.00/5
    5 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The three finalists need to prove they have what it takes as face their most demanding challenges yet. Over two days, they have to create a perfect pithivier, or puff-pastry pie, before making fondant fancies and their last showstopper features the notoriously difficult chiffon sponge. The judges then have to decide who will be crowned this year's winner.
  • s03e09
    • 0.00/5
    5 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    The four semi finalists need to raise their game after they tackle a trio of classic patisserie confections. A petits fours-making challenge provides a test of nerves, before they face the toughest technical task in the show's history which is to create a fraisier, a sponge cake filled with mousse and strawberries. They finally have to create a showstopping choux gateau. The judges then have to decide who will make the final.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The quarter-finalists have to tackle biscuit-based challenges this week. Their first task sees them having to make a large batch of crispbreads, each of which must come up to the judge's exacting standards. The technical challenge sees them in a race against time and temperature to bake a set of six chocolate teacakes. The final challenge sees them having to create both delicious and functional buscuits before Mel and Sue reveal who has qualified for the semi-final and who has been eliminated.
  • s03e07
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    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining hopefuls try to prove that they know their way around sweet dough. They start by cooking signature buns from their home regions. Paul then unveils the latest technical challenge which is re-creating his recipe for jam doughnuts. The Showstopper task sees them having to bake an enriched dough loaf fit for a grand celebration.
  • s03e06
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    The pressure starts to mount as the contestants' pudding-making skills are put to the task. Their first sees them having to create a pair of sponge dishes, before Mary sets the latest technical challengewhich involves re-creating her recipe for the meringue-topped dessert queen of puddings. They then attempt to get to grips with the intricacies of baking strudel in the showstopper round before one of them is eliminated from the competition.
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    The remaining contestants have their pie-making skills put to the test in three demanding tasks. They attempt to impress the judges by making beef Wellington, before making hand-raised pies during this week's technical challenge. The showstopper challenge sees them having to create traditional American pies. Another baker is eliminated from the competition at the end of the show.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The judges take a look at the remaining contestants' dessert-making skills. They have to create tortes before tackling this week's technical test which is the delicate French dish of creme caramel. They then face the most difficult task of the series so far, a six-hour challenge to create a show-stopping layered meringue.
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    The ten cooks' tart-making abilities are tested in the third round of the competition. They have to create a tarte tatin and then face another daunting technical challenge as they attempt to replicate Mary's seemingly straightforward recipe for treacle tart. Their final challenge is to create an ornate fruit tart fit for gracing the window display of a leading patisserie.
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    The eleven remaining hopefuls find their bread making skills being put to the test over three different challenges. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The contestants have to tackle an upside down cake, before following Paul's recipe for rum babas. Finally, they have to produce a show-stopping cake that reveals a hidden design when sliced into. At the end of the show one of them is eliminated.
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    6 years ago
    19:00- 20:00
    Mary and Paul revisit some more of the technical challenges from the series. They offer a step-by-step guide, demonstrates all tips and tricks you need to know at home to get a perfect result.
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    Mary and Paul revisit some more of the technical challenges from the series. They offer a step-by-step guide, demonstrates all tips and tricks you need to know at home to get a perfect result.
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    19:00- 20:00
    Mary and Paul revisit some of the technical challenges from the series. They offer a step-by-step guide, demonstrates all tips and tricks you need to know at home to get a perfect result.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The three finalists have to cook for a street party attended by Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, as well as friends, family and former Bake Off contestants. At the end of the show the series winner is announced.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The four remaining hopefuls left in the competition have their pastry-making skills put to the test this wek as they face a series of challenges. At the end of the show the judges have to decide who will be going home this week.
  • s02e06
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    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining hopefuls left in the running have their dessert-making skills put to the test as they face a series of challenges. At the end of the show there is another elimination from the competition.
  • s02e05
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    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining bakers find their pie-making skills being put to the test as they face a series of challenges. At the end if the show there is another elimination from the competition.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining hopefuls find their biscuit-making skills being put to the test as they embark on a series of challenges. At the end of the show there is another elimination from the competition.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The ten reamining bakers have their bread making skills put to the test. Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry watch them as they face three increasingly complicated challenges over two days. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
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    19:00- 20:00
    The remaining hopefuls have to create a quiche that says something about them. The then face a technical challenge when they have to create a tarte au citron. The pressure ends up proving too much for some of them.
  • s02e01
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    19:00- 20:00
    The first challenge sees the hopefuls having to make 24 decorated cupcakes in just two hours. They then have to create a coffee and walnut Battenberg cake.
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