Sunday 11 December 2016

Dessert week: Best innuendos

Published 06/10/2016 | 00:06

It was a quiet week on the innuendo front from presenters Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc.
It was a quiet week on the innuendo front from presenters Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc.

As ever, The Great British Bake Off contestants served up an array of cheeky baking-related innuendos as they tackled dessert week, cooking roulades, marjolaine gateau and dozens of mini-mousse cakes.

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It was a quiet week on the innuendo front from presenters Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, though, as they left the comments to the bakers and the judges.

Check out some of the best innuendos of the episode:

:: Paul Hollywood on how to avoid a roulade disaster:

"If you put too much filling in, you won't get it in your mouth."

:: Mary Berry telling a giggling Selasi Gbormittah that he had a good sponge for his roulade.

"Having the butter addition means you've got a pliable mixture, I'm hoping there will be no crack whatsoever."

:: Gbormittah describing his own sponge.

"It's feeling flexible ... I see a few cracks, but it's minor."

:: Jane Beedle on how to make a good praline.

"Just shove the nuts in."

:: Hollywood critiquing Candice Brown's mini-mousse cake.

"The texture is too stiff for me."

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