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Bake Off winner Frances Quinn talks about her 'shock' victory

The Great British Bake Off winner Frances Quinn, 31, has revealed that she was in "complete and utter shock" when she was crowned winner of the popular TV show. She has also insisted that there was "no flirtation" between judge Paul Hollywood and her fellow contestant Ruby Tandoh. Clothes designer Frances beat former model Ruby Tandoh, 21, and psychologist Kimberley Wilson, 30, in the final. Frances impressed judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry with a rainbow-style savoury picnic pie and showstopper three-tier wedding cake, inspired by William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.   She had to keep the news under wraps for a

Great British Bake Off: meet the finalists

The final episode of the Great British Bake Off is set to hit screens tonight, with Ruby Tandoh, Kimberley Wilson or Frances Quinn unveiled as the winner. Click on the photo below to meet the finalists.   After months of whisking, weighing and kneading, the remaining crème de la crème bakers have stayed in the competition and have one more chance to impress judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood. Say HELLO! to finalists Ruby, Kimberley and Frances and cast your vote in our poll to decide who should win. The Great British Bake Off final is on BBC Two on Tuesday at

Tropical Fruit Pavlova

Serves 10-12 Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite says: My mum has to be the best Pavlova maker in the world. Since I was a tiny tot she has made the gooiest, fluffiest meringue and she isn’t one to faff about either - she adds nothing but egg white and sugar, and lets the oven do the work. She makes a Pavolva every year for the Christmas dinner table, and when we eat it, we are silent. It truly does bring a moment of sheer serenity to the end of a rowdy family feast. In fact this is one of

Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite talks to HELLO! Online

As the nation crowns new Great British Bake Off winner Francis Quinn, HELLO! Online talks to the baking champion of the last series, John Whaite, to see what he's been up to since he left the silver screen. Life has been sweet for GBBO's last winner, who left his banking career after two months to continue his path in baking. Luckily for us, he has also shared three of his sweet recipes with HELLO! Online – see below.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR JOHN WHAITE'S RECIPES Since taking the winning title on the nation's favourite baking programme, the former law student –

Apple and Blackberry Brioche Galette

Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite says: Brioche galette has to be one of my favourites of the patisserie world. The custard complements perfectly the buttery broche, and the addition of the fruits here just cuts through all of the richness. This is a real treat indeed, quite tricky to do, but we all love a good challenge, especially one as tasty as this! Ingredients For the Brioche: 250g white bread flour 5g salt 7g sachet fast action yeast 30g Billington's Unrefined Golden Caster Sugar 150G egg (about 3) For the Crème Pâtissière: 250ml Just Milk 1tsp Nilsen-Massey Madagascan Vanilla Bean Paste 3 large egg yolks 75g Billington's Unrefined Golden

Gluten-free pistachio and chocolate torte

"Gluten intolerance seems to becoming more and more common. In my eyes though, that is no reason not to enjoy home baked goodies. This torte is spectacular, and really hits the sweet spot. Due to the large amount of nuts, it does keep particularly well and is probably even better the day after it is made." John Whaite Ingredients 6 large eggs, separated 150g pistachio kernels, unsalted and deshelled 120g ground almonds 30g cocoa powder 1tsp gluten-free baking powder 150g Billington's Unrefined Golden Caster Sugar 50g Billington's Unrefined Light Muscovado Sugar For the topping 100g milk chocolate 100g white chocolate Method 1. Preheat the oven to 170C/150C fan/gas mark 3. Place the

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