Bake Off: The Professionals
Welcome to the world of extreme cake making, where bakers dream up ever more elaborate creations. Will sugar craft specialist Eloise's gravity defying cake turn into a cake-tastrophe?
Cornwall-based team Phil and Christine hope to scale new heights with a five foot long lemon and elderflower cake designed to look like a leaping fish, and using over 17lbs of sugar paste
Michelle is producing a six foot long miniature steam train made entirely out of cake, and Karisha has been commissioned to make a wedding cake with nearly 900 edible iced flowers
Molly Robbins embarks on a cake designed to be the same shape - and size - of a Shetland pony, while wedding cake specialist Suzanne Thorp is tasked with a cake that's over two foot tall
Molly Robbins like to push the boundaries. She's been asked to create a five-tier cake themed around Alice in Wonderland, complete with an edible Cheshire Cat and a pouring teapot.
Molly has a very tall order - a celebration cake complete with 50 edible peacock feathers and 3000 gold flowers - for a flamboyant customer to help him celebrate 35 years as a drag artist
For one lucky little birthday girl, Extreme Cake Maker Michelle Wibowo is creating a five foot edible Wizard of Oz mural out of Genoese sponge and covered in painted icing and sweets.
Chocolatier Tracey Kindred has been tasked to produce a gruesome two foot tall wedding cake that pays tribute to the bride and groom's love of all things Gothic
Nastassja Lusengo is commissioned by a client to produce a cake inspired by a geode rock split open to reveal shimmering sugar crystals carved into the cake's interior
Karisha Pithwa takes inspiration from Bollywood to create a seven-tiered wedding cake covered in 1000 fresh and silk flowers; the cake will also include a hand-piped henna design
Eloise has received an order for a four foot tall replica of the Statue of Liberty made entirely of cake - but with 10 kilos of icing, will this lady be able to stand on her own two feet?
Molly's best friend and cat lover Liz is turning 30 so Molly has come up with the purr-fect birthday surprise - to bake her a cake that will look identical to her two favourite cats
In Chelmsford, one of Eloise's returning customers has ordered a cake that is edible for both humans and dogs - but can Eloise avoid this tricky task turning into a dog's dinner?
In Lancashire, Molly is bringing her latest commission to life - a two foot square beach scene complete with jelly sea, crispy marshmallow rocks and dozens of hand carved bathers
Londoner Nastassja's latest commission is a salted caramel cake, with a super-sized fist made from rice cereal and marshmallow that will burst through a drum that's also made from cake!
Michelle Wibowo creates a six-foot long miniature steam train cake. Designer Karisha Pithwa has been commissioned to make a five-tier wedding cake with nearly 900 edible iced flowers.
Michelle has been commissioned to create a cake that looks identical to a set of four legal volumes. And Molly embarks on a cake the same shape - and size - as a Shetland pony.
Molly has been asked to create a five-tiered Alice in Wonderland cake, complete with edible Cheshire cat and pouring teapot. And Michelle is given her most challenging commission yet.