BAKE Off has seen the contestants bake their way through Cake and Biscuit Week.
We now know their next challenge will be Bread Week. Here’s what we can expect from next week’s episode…
What will happen in episode three of Bake Off?
As we said, we know it is going to be Bread Week.
While little else was given away, Bake Off fans may remember what Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood asked of the bakers for bread week last year.
For the Signature Bake, the contestants were tasked with serving them the perfect Chelsea buns.
The Technical Challenge then saw the bakers tackle a batch of garlic naans before being asked to create a tiered Korovai for the Showstopper Challenge.
When is episode three of Bake Off on TV?
The Great British Bake Off 2019 will next week on September 10, 2019 at 8pm on Channel 4.
The show will run every Tuesday for eight more weeks.
The final is likely to be on November 5, 2019 – but this is still to be confirmed.
If you miss the hour and half long episode you can catch it on Channel 4+1 or the All 4.
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What happened on episode one of Bake Off?
The first episode (on August 27) got of with a bang with Cake Week.
Highlights included Michelle Evans-Fecci being named Star Baker.
Dan Chambers was then the first person to be booted off the show.
Host Sandi had the job of telling Dan that he would be leaving the tent.
He took it well and said: “I had a bad week, but I will definitely take away the friendships. I am not going to miss the baking under pressure – I’m just going to miss everyone in that tent.”
Stay tuned with our Bake Off 2019 live blog for all the latest news on Biscuit Week.