The Great British Bake Off 2022: episode five – as it happened – The Guardian

It’s dessert week! And Prue and Paul came up with the cruellest challenges yet. Who survived?
Next week is Halloween Week! Cos why not.
During this week’s episode the sad news broke that Angela Lansbury died. Many of you have been discussing her great life in the comments, so thought that it was only right for her to have the final word this week.
Thank you so much for reading. See you next week.
It felt like the right time, to be honest. But she was one of the most memorable contestants for such a long time.
She was always on the verge of chaos, but had such charm and warmth that you couldn’t just help fall in love with her.
We will always cherish the way she pronounced things too.
Compost Carole is an icon #GBBO pic.twitter.com/TMDX8AwCmh
His first win. And properly deserved.
That globe was absolutely splended.
Dawn looks dejected this week. She seems to have a proper wobble (no pun on her bake intended) but gets good marks for the texture of the mousse.
I reckon she’s through to next week.
Still Dawn is making light of the situation: “The surprise is that there’s nothing there.”
Dawn’s ‘Woodland’ Mousse Dessert Week Showstopper. #GBBO pic.twitter.com/OXs0TYIjVz
Carole gets compliments for her flavours but the bake is considered a bit too tough. If Dawn receives terrible reviews then she might be through to next week, but I think this also might be her last.
Sandro’s globe bake is astonishing. The fact that it has managed to hold its shape, even though it has been made with mousse, and it does not tough either. A real feat.
Sandro’s ‘It’s a Mousse World’ Dessert Week Showstopper. #GBBO pic.twitter.com/0oEQCYsu3E
Paul and Prue have failed to see the positives on Syabira’s bake, saying that it lacked flavour.
She is not having a good week, but despite the criticism, I reckon she’s safely through to next week.
Janusz’s showstopper bake is absolutely stunning. Inside and out. Simply glorious.
Bake of the season so far I think.
Janusz’s ‘Cake within a Cake Surprise’ Dessert Week Showstopper. #GBBO pic.twitter.com/LOqw4ylbEK
Kevin’s dog design looks like Gromit from Wallace and Gromit.
It‘s enough to make Aardman proud.
Kevin’s ‘What the Dog Dug’ Dessert Week Showstopper. #GBBO pic.twitter.com/Mvfhn2oxFV
Maxy’s sticky toffee pudding cake looks stunning, but has too much gelatine.
I don’t think she’ll get Star Baker but she’s safely through to next week.
Starting with Abdul … that mirror glaze bake looks spectacular.
The mini planets looked like they’ve held their shape too.
Too much gelatine in some of the layers, according to Paul, but to be honest I don’t really care.
Abdul’s ‘A Little Galaxy Mousse Dessert’ Dessert Week Showstopper. #GBBO pic.twitter.com/7lGqXpT6Jz

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