Cooks battle it out to be named Britain's best junior baker.
It's the grand final and the bakers create ice cream sandwiches and dessert jars, followed by the ultimate Showstopper - a finale funfair cake. Who will be crowned the winner?Watch Now:Amazon
It's Cake Day and the first heat of bakers enter the tent. They tackle a stressful sponge in their first-ever tricky Technical and build showstopping cakes depicting their proudest-ever moments.
The hopefuls compete in the final challenge, preparing two of their own recipes to be judged by Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry before the winner is announced.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry Hill hosts the junior baking competition. It's Biscuit Day and the Heat B bakers are asked to create a 'biscuit picture of your best day ever' to show off their skills.Watch Now:Amazon
The young cooks battle for a place in the semi-finals, demonstrating their technical skills by following a chocolate brownie recipe. They also prepare Halloween-themed biscuits. Presented by Aaron Craze, with judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry.Watch Now:Amazon
It’s the first slice of the bake-off final. The contestants take a masterclass with top pastry chef Cherish Finden, before preparing afternoon tea for special guest chef Michel Roux Jr and judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.Watch Now:Amazon
The contestants are challenged to make choux buns and coffee eclairs as they battle for a place in the semi-finals.Watch Now:Amazon
The contestants bake scones and shortbread fancies, aiming to impress Executive Pastry Chef of Harrods Markus Bohr and the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2012, John Whaite.Watch Now:Amazon
Sam and Mark host as the second batch of quarter-finalists enter the Bake Off tent to face judges Graham Hornigold and Allegra McEvedy.
The country's best young bakers go head to head. Sam and Mark host as four finalists face the final challenge - creating a tiered and layered cake.
It's Biscuit Day for the second heat of bakers, as they make a spectacle of a Technical by creating fashion-conscious wearable biscuits, and an 'About Me' biscuit box
On Dessert Day, the second heat of bakers try to avoid a meltdown in an icy Technical challenge that defies logic, and create dessert imposters in an illusional ShowstopperWatch Now:Amazon
The junior bakers rise to two tricky challenges on Bread Day: a BBQ classic that’s as cute as can be, and a Showstopper immortalising their best friends in bread form.
Four young cooks are challenged to bake cakes fit for a queen in a bid to impress judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry Hill hosts the junior baking competition. It's the first day of Finals week with our final 10 junior bakers and to celebrate, it's Chocolate Day.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry Hill hosts the junior baking competition. It's Construction Day and in the technical challenge the bakers must make a cake that's intentionally the wrong way up.Watch Now:Amazon
On day two of finals week, the remaining bakers make Japanese-inspired creations, complete with intricate pipe designs, and delicious tartlets that bring together two flavours.
It's Biscuit Day and the first heat of junior bakers must create the near impossible in biscuit form, and a masterpiece biscuit canvas, fit for an art gallery, inspired by their favourite artist.
The cooks race to bake a lemon drizzle cake in one hour and create a recipe based on the theme of America. Meanwhile, Aaron Craze finds out about cupcakes.Watch Now:Amazon
he four finalists face the ultimate challenge in a last bid to impress Judges Mary Berry and James Martin, but only one of them can become Junior Bake Off Champion.Watch Now:Amazon
The first 10 bakers enter the tent for Cake Day and two challenges. The bakers are asked to follow Prue's surprise recipe for a tea party classic, followed by impressive showstopper cakes on the theme of the baker's favourite school subjects.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry Hill hosts the junior baking competition. It's the semi-final, and the perfect time to test the remaining bakers' skills in some of the more challenging areas of patisserie.Watch Now:Amazon
The young cooks face an Invention Challenge in which they must prepare birthday cakes as a test of their imaginations.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry Hill hosts the junior baking competition. It's Pastry Day for the Heat B bakers and their last chance to win a place in Finals week.Watch Now:Amazon
On day three of finals week, the six remaining bakers create tower-stacked illusion bakes that deceive the eye, and make fault line cakes revealing the flavours on the inside.
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