The bakers tackle signature biscuits that will say something both about them and a place in the British Isles. Next the bakers face their first Technical, and hiding under the gingham cloth is one of Paul's childhood favourites - an iconic biscuit that's sure to send the bakers round in circles. Finally, it's crunch time. The bakers will have to be picture perfect with their first showstopper - a spectacular 3D biscuit portrait challenge that requires precision baking and superb decorating skills. Three challenges, three chances to win star baker, three chances to ...
It's Bread Week, and the ten remaining bakers have a lot to prove with three tough challenges set by judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith. There is a teatime fruity favourite Signature; a deceptively simple time-test of a Technical with an international flavour; and an ambitious Showstopper that's the largest bread sculpture challenge ever set in the tent. Only one can claim Star Baker, while one of them will leave the tent for good.
For the very first time on Bake Off, it's Vegan week. Prue and Paul have set three very different challenges to test the remaining bakers. A savoury pastry Signature, with no butter involved. A cracking Technical, with a very unusual ingredient. And finally, a spectacular Showstopper that, in the heat of the tent, threatens to lead to catastrophe. Who will keep their cool and win star baker? And who will be meeting their end?
Velkommen to Danish Week in the latest episode of The Great British Bake Off. The bakers face unfamiliar recipes as they battle to impress Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood. There's a bread challenge Signature where they must demonstrate style as well substance. Paul sets a spherical Technical - and with a place in the Bake Off Semi-final at stake, everyone is out to impress. And for their final challenge, the bakers must deliver an elaborate pastry Showstopper fit for a Danish birthday party. Who will become an honorary Great Dane, and who will be leaving the tent?