The Great British Bake Off's first ever Vegan Week took place on Tuesday, and while some fans were delighted to see the bakers using only vegan products on their bakes, others were quick to make jokes about baking cakes without using eggs or milk. What did you think about Vegan week? Rather than showing everyone how delicious and easy vegan food can be they're acting as if it's an impossible challenge.
The winner of Great British Bake Off 2017 has been revealed. Sophie Faldo was crowned the ultimate baker in the Channel 4 show on Tuesday night. The former Army officer beat Kate Lyon and Steven Carter-Bailey to the title after impressing the
The Great British Bake Off has returned to TV screens... albeit on a different channel. As the show moved to Channel 4, a new judge Prue Leith has replaced Mary Berry, who appeared on the original BBC version. Meanwhile, Sandi Toksvig and Noel
Ready to move onto greater challenges now that you’ve mastered banana bread and a killer Victoria sponge?Great British Bake Off masterpieces may seem to be in another league altogether, but they’re far from impossible to create in your own kitchen.They just require concentration, a steady hand and a (big) dollop of patience.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Scientists have invented a fourth type of chocolate (and it’s pink)Why you should really be drinking four cups of coffee a dayA prosecco advent calendar has landed and we’re already excited for Christmas
That's it - the Great British Bake Off is over - in its original guise at least - following the last ever BBC final on Wednesday night. Over 14million viewers tuned in to watch teacher Candice Brown being named the ultimate Star Baker of
Andrew comes back strong one hour in with his second batch of puff pastry. First to stumble is Andrew with his dry crumbly pastry. Sleep deprived Jane’s pesto with sun dried tomato and tapenade palmiers have a lovely flavour but her oily choice of filling made them a little soggy.
With the news that Mary Berry is sadly departing ‘The Great British Bake Off’, it only seems right to revisit her rise to being the nation’s most love style icon.The 81-year-old is known for her eye-catching jackets - whether that’s the latest high street bombers or floral designs - as well as her elegant red carpet gowns. Here’s her top 10 looks. The Great British Bake Off episode 5: Raw dough, soggy bottom and heartbreakNo context #GBBO is our new favourite Twitter account
The signature bake called for our eight hopefuls to knock up no less than twenty four Danish pastries in two different flavours. When it came to the crunch though, Val’s Danishes were underdone. “That’s how our family like them.” she told Paul. Tom’s granola topped creations received the ultimate Hollywood insult - refusal to eat. Rav, according to Paul, served up “bread with some bits in it”, although he did like the nut filling in his sweet pastry offering.
Yorkshire Pudding Watching is an increasingly popular activity set to rival trainspotting in the UK. Jane wasn’t the only one off to a shaky start, after an initial deflated batch Candice, Kate and Tom all had to redo their puds, even native Yorkshire lass Val struggled (and it was her mum’s recipe), “They’re not going to allow me into Yorkshire ever again.” Oh Val, we love you.
Sadly the chapel collapsed and the gingerbread likenesses of her and her beau bore a striking resemblance to Mr Blobby. It’s been a series of disasters for Louise but this one took the biscuit and the hairdresser from Cardiff was given the chop. “I came, I tried, I had a disaster.” She joked.
[Photo: BBC] The big tent’s been erected and twelve hopefuls have made it through the flaps to kick off series seven of the Great British Bake Off. Waves of palpable excitement rose across the nation as the familiar sight of Mary’s motionless iced barnet finally appeared on our screens. Olympics? What Olympics?
Great British Bake Off’ starts up again tonight, we take a look back at the moments that made the last season so memorable…
Nadiya Hussain was crowned the winner of this year’s “The Great British Bake Off”. The BBC estimated that around 14 million people tuned in to see Nadiya Hussain win “The Great British Bake Off 2015” earlier this month. Hussain has since been highlighted as a positive role model for young British Muslims – a label that she finds “very flattering”.
Nadiya’s not the only one who’s emerged from the GBBO as something of a celebrity. It’s been two days since Nadiya Hussain won this year’s Great British Bake Off and social media is still abuzz with news of her. Viewers have called Nadiya’s husband “hot” and a “dreamboat”.
The 30-year-old beat Tamal Ray, 29, and Ian Cumming, 41, to the top spot after whipping up a spectacular “Big Fat British Wedding Cake” – the sponge wedding cake that was missing when she married in Bangladesh. The three-tiered lemon drizzle bake was a tribute to her husband Abdal, 34, who Hussain said gobbled up a slice after filming had ended. Hussain’s wedding cake featured stunning jewels and handmade flowers.
An 80-year-old grandmother famous for her delish bakes, Mary Berry is definitely a surprising fashion icon, but she’s one nonetheless. In recent years, “The Great British Bake Off” judge has proved she doesn’t only have a flair for cake making – she rarely puts a foot wrong in the style department either. She’s become more and more well put together as the seasons have progressed, showing she can pull of everything from bright and bold high street bomber jackets to floor-sweeping gowns worthy of the red carpet, all while looking effortlessly elegant. We can definitely all learn a thing or two from her.Are you a fan of Mary’s style? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.Mary Berry Thinks People Would Stop Watching GBBO If She Put On Weight Mary Berry Teased For Wearing “Gangster” Belt On GBBO