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Where to find all the recipes for your favorite GBBO bakes

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Want to recreate some of those Bake Off bakes? (Picture: Channel 4)

We’re past the halfway mark of The Great British Bake Off 2020, and this week the show’s remaining bakers will be taking on Pastry Week.

All of this means that Tuesday night’s installment will see the remaining bakers getting to grips with choux pastry as well as a pie-themed showstopper – while hoping that there won’t be a soggy bottom in sight.

And no doubt their creations will once again inspire viewers to get in the kitchen and create their own versions – but if you want to reproduce a Bake Off recipe, be it one from a contestant or one from Paul Hollywood or Prue Leith, just where do you find them?

Here’s what you need to know…

Where can you find recipes from The Great British Bake Off?

If you want to bake like a Bake Off contestant, you can find recipes from the show at the Great British Bake Off official website.

The site has recipes from 2021 contestants – including Giuseppe’s Amarena Cherry Cake and George’s cherry marzipan biscuits – as well as a selection of recipes from those who took part in the previous four series on Channel 4.

The official recipe website also features some of the bakes from this year’s contestants (Picture: Channel 4)

As well as picking up those recipes, you can also submit photos of your own bakes to the site.

And you can also check out some of Paul and Prue’s recipes – including some of those that they’ve set the bakers past and present for the technical challenge.


Credit: Original article published here.

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