Bake Off 2019’s Patisserie Week is coming up – here’s what to expect


PATISSERIE Week is the next theme our bakers will tackle on The Great British Bake Off as we’re nearing the semi-final of the series.

Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will continue to judge the clever creations made on the Channel 4 show,  but what else can fans expect and when is episode seven on?

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Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will be judging the creations in Patisserie Week[/caption]

What will happen in episode nine of Bake Off?

Patisserie Week will see the semi-final of Bake Off commence in next week’s episode on Monday, October 22.

The competition is at an all-time high as the remaining bakers battle it out to get one step closer to the final.

The signature dish will require a delicate dome and a perfect finish – elsewhere, for the technical, the candidates must take a croquembouche to a new level.

And finally, the showstopper challenge will see bakers use all of their skills to construct an edible display case which will lead to the final verdict from Paul and Prue on who will be going home.

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There is going to be a lot of focus on delicate designs and creations in the episode[/caption]

When is episode nine of Bake Off on TV?

The Great British Bake Off 2019 will return on TUESDAY, October 22, 2019, at 8pm on Channel 4.

The show will continue to run every Tuesday for another two weeks.

The final is likely to be on October 29, 2019 – but this is still to be confirmed.

If you miss the hour and a half long episode you can catch it on Channel 4+1 or the All 4.

What happened in episode eight?

Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig hosted a special festival-themed round of the culinary competition.

The episode kicked off with a signature challenge in which the bakers had to draw inspiration from celebrations across the world.

Moving on to the technical round, the contestants find the makings of a classic deep-fried Italian dish lurking beneath the mysterious gingham cloths.

Finally, the Showstopper puts the bakers’ precision and creativity to the test before judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith decide who will be crowned Star Baker.


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