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Great British Bake Off 2020 results: Who won and full recap of series 11

Great British Bake Off results - who left this week? Who was star baker?

The Great British Bake Off

Who won the Great British Bake Off and who was eliminated when? Here are all the results and contestants from the series .

This week saw the final episode of the Great British Bake Off 2020, as the remaining three bakers competed for victory.

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The tent awaited the remaining contestants, as they took their place under the critical eye of judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith with Noel Fielding returning for presenting duties alongside new co-host Matt Lucas.

For the final there was a deceptively simple Signature combining set custard and puff pastry, and a Technical celebrating the classic combination of chocolate and nuts.

Finally, in the Showstopper, the bakers had free rein to show the judges exactly why they deserved to be crowned the winner, as they constructed magnificent dessert towers.

Here's a full recap of GBBO 2020...

Great British Bake Off 2020 results

Here's the latest on who's left and who was made star baker on the Great British Bake Off...

Week 1 - Cake

In the first challenge, for 2020 the bakers got the opportunity to put their twist on the classic Battenburg. Next for the first technical, the Bakers had to turn out a Pineapple upside down cake that is one of Paul’s favourites. Finally, a Showstopper cake bust that gave the bakers a chance to express their creativity, as they paid tribute to their heroes.

Eliminated: Loriea Campbell-Clarey - 27-year-old Diagnostic Radiographer from Durham
Star baker: Peter Sawkins

 

Week 2 - Biscuits

Biscuit Week kicked off with a sophisticated combination of fruit, nut and chocolate in the Signature challenge. They then had to produce two takes on a tropical Technical and finally, the contestants' sculpting was put to the test in the Showstopper, as they created an elaborate table setting made entirely from biscuit.

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Eliminated: Makbul Patel - 51-year-old Accountant from Greater Manchester
Star baker: Dave Friday

 

Week 3 - Bread

In Bread week the remaining bakers had a lot to prove with three tough challenges. There was a sweet and savoury Signature, a Technical that honoured the NHS, and an ambitious, artistic Showstopper where the bakers had to render decorative designs in bread.

Eliminated: Rowan Williams - 55-year-old Music Teacher from Worcestershire
Star baker: Marc Elliott

 

Week 4 - Chocolate

For Chocolate week there was a deceptively simple traybake in the Signature in the form of brownies, a Technical packed full of chocolate and nuts and a celebration Showstopper that pushed the bakers' skills with white chocolate to the limit.

Eliminated: Sura Selvarajah - 31-year-old Pharmacy Dispenser from London
Star baker: Mark Lutton

 

Week 5 - Pastry

It was Pastry Week, and the remaining bakers put their stamp on a classic Cornish pastry in the Signature, there's a retro Technical set by Prue and a Showstopper that features a classic tart hidden within a cage made entirely from pastry.

Eliminated: Linda Rayfield - 61-year-old Retirement Living Team Leader from East Sussex
Star baker: Laura Adlington

 

Week 6 - Japanese

It's a Bake Off first - Japanese Week. For the signature challenge the bakers tackled a Japanese version of an Asian staple, steamed buns. There was a tricky, layered technical and a showstopper inspired by kawaii - the Japanese love of all things cute and adorable.

Eliminated: Mark Lutton - 32-year-old Project Manager from Liverpool
Star baker: Lottie Bedlow

 

Week 7 - 80s

The remaining bakers went back to the 1980s, as they put their twist on the classic quiche in the Signature, followed by everyone's favourite retro sweet treat in the Technical. And in the Showstopper, the competition heated up as the bakers were tested on their ability to stay cool and tackle ice cream cakes.

Eliminated: Lottie Bedlow - 31-year-old Pantomime Producer from West Sussex
Star baker: Hermine

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Week 8 - Dessert

It's Dessert week, and Prue and Paul want the bakers to produce dishes that are the perfect finale to any meal. The Signature challenge is a miniature version of a classic cheesecake. There's a Technical that dates back to the 17th century. Finally, the bakers must make their artistic visions a reality using jelly and delicate sponge in a showstopping jelly art dessert cake.

Eliminated: Marc Elliott - 51-year-old Bronze Resin Sculptor from Cornwall
Star baker: Hermine

 

Week 9 - Patisserie

It was the semi-final and the perfect time to test the remaining bakers' skills in patisserie. They faced a booze-soaked Signature packed full of flavour, and a testing Technical where they had to impress the judges with their pastry horns. And finally, in the Showstopper, the bakers had to demonstrate finesse and precision on both a small and large scale, creating a cube entirely from delicate, smaller cube-shaped cakes.

Eliminated: Hermine - 39-year-old Accountant from London
Star baker: Peter Sawkins

 

Week 10 - The final

For the final the challenges involved a deceptively simple Signature combining set custard and puff pastry, and a Technical celebrating the classic combination of chocolate and nuts. Finally, in the Showstopper, the bakers had free rein to show the judges exactly why they deserved to be crowned the winner, as they constructed magnificent dessert towers.

WINNER: Peter Sawkins - 20-year-old Accounting & Finance Student from Edinburgh
Runner up: Laura Adlington - 31-year-old Digital Manager from Kent
Runner up: Dave Friday - 30-year-old Armoured Guard from Hampshire

 

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The Great British Bake Off airs on Channel 4.

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