The Great British Bake Off (series 7)

The seventh series of The Great British Bake Off aired from 24 August 2016, with twelve contestants competing to be crowned the series 7 winner.[1][2]

The Great British Bake Off (series 7)
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of episodes10
Original networkBBC One
Original release24 August (2016-08-24) 
26 October 2016 (2016-10-26)
Series chronology

This series was the last to be broadcast on BBC One, as the production company Love Productions opted to move the show to Channel 4.[3] As such, it was also the last series to feature Sue Perkins, Mel Giedroyc, and Mary Berry.[4][5] This series was won by Candice Brown, with Andrew Smyth and Jane Beedle finishing as runners-up.


Baker[6][7][8] Age Occupation Hometown Links
Andrew Smyth25Aerospace engineerDerby / Holywood, County Down[9][10]
Benjamina Ebuehi23Teaching assistantSouth London[11]
Candice Brown31PE teacherBarton-Le-Clay, Bedfordshire[12][13]
Jane Beedle61Garden designerBeckenham[14]
Kate Barmby37NurseBrooke, Norfolk[15][16]
Lee Banfield67PastorBolton[17]
Louise Williams46HairdresserCardiff[18]
Michael Georgiou20StudentDurham[19]
Rav Bansal28Student supportErith[20]
Selasi Gbormittah30Client service associateLondon[21]
Tom Gilliford26Project engagement managerRochdale[22]
Valerie "Val" Stones66Semi-retired, Substitute teacherYeovil[23]

Results summary

Elimination chart
Andrew SB SB Runner-up
Jane SB Runner-up
Selasi OUT
Benjamina SB OUT
Kate OUT
Michael OUT
Louise OUT

Colour key:

     Baker was one of the judges' least favourite bakers that week, but was not eliminated.
     Baker was one of the judges' favourite bakers that week, but was not the Star Baker.
     Baker got through to the next round.
     Baker was eliminated.
     Baker was the Star Baker.
     Baker was a series runner-up.
     Baker was the series winner.


     Baker eliminated
     Star Baker

Episode 1: Cakes

For the first challenge, the bakers were given two hours to make a drizzle cake, the brief being that the cake be moist and well permeated with the drizzle. For the technical challenge, the bakers were instructed to make Mary's recipe for twelve jaffa cakes. The recipe used a whipped fatless sponge, orange jelly and tempered chocolate with a design of sorts. For the final challenge, the bakers were instructed to make a mirror glaze cake. The cake had to have a genoise sponge and have a very shiny, mirror-like top, covering the cake entirely.

Baker Signature
(Drizzle Cake)
(12 Jaffa Cakes)
(Mirror Glaze Cake)
AndrewLemon and Rosemary Drizzle Cake12th'Ultimate Indulgence' Mirror Glaze Cake
BenjaminaPistachio, Cardamom and Lemon Drizzle Cake6thWhite Chocolate Mirror Glaze with Salted Praline Buttercream
CandiceRaspberry and Rhubarb Drizzle Custard Bundt Cake5thMirror Mirror On The Wall, Who Is The Shiniest Cake Of Them All?
JaneLemon and Poppy Seed Drizzle Cake7thChocolate Orange Mirror Cake
KateBerry Best Apple and Bramble Drizzle Cake4thOne Swallow Does Not Make A Summer Cake
LeeSt. Clements Orange and Lemon Drizzle Cake11thStrawberry Surprise Mirror Cake
LouiseOrange Liqueur and Lemonade Drizzle Cake9thWhite Chocolate Trifle Mirror Glaze Cake
MichaelLime, Ginger and Honey Drizzle Cake3rdMatcha Tea Chocolate Mirror Glaze
RavGinger Spice Yuzu Drizzle Cake8thColombian Mocha Mirror Glaze Cake
SelasiCitrus and Spice Drizzle Cake1stRaspberry, Sloe and White Chocolate Mirror Glaze Cake
TomG&T Drizzle Cake2ndBlack Forest Broken Mirror
ValMum's Orange and Lemon Drizzle10thChocolate Sponge with Four Fruit Frosting

Episode 2: Biscuits

For the Signature Challenge, the bakers were given two and a half hours to make 24 iced biscuits (cookies). The biscuits had to be crisp and uniform. Viennese Whirls were set as the technical challenge. To be completed in an hour and a half, they had to be filled with buttercream and jam, and had have a defined shape. For the showstopper, a gingerbread scene was set as the challenge, the only brief being it that it had to be 30 cm high, and contain eight characters or objects. The bakers had four hours for this challenge.

Host Sue Perkins did not appear in the episode.[24][25]

Baker Signature
(24 Iced Biscuits)
(12 Viennese Whirls)
(Gingerbread 3D Scene)
AndrewBeehive Biscuits4thPunting in Cambridge
BenjaminaBouquet Biscuits3rdNew York, New York
CandiceSalted Caramel, Chocolate Iced Shiny Hearts8thGingerbread Pub with Sticky Ginger Carpet
JaneFlower Pot Iced Biscuits2ndHastings Old Town Fishing Net Shops and Boat
Kate"A Biscuit for the Broads"1st"I Promise I Will Do My Best"
LouiseBaa Bara Brith Biscuits10thGingerbread Wedding
MichaelMalt, Chocolate and Orange Iced "Beer" Biscuits9thTrip to See Santa in Lapland
RavUnion Jack Bunting Biscuits6thGingerbread Christmas Fairground
Selasi"Wheelie Hot Iced Biscuits"11thStained Glass Window Gingerbread Church
TomChai Frappelatteccino Biscuits7thTom and Pod's Near Death Experience
ValSunday Treat Iced Ice Cream Cone Biscuits5thFrom Holland to New York via Yorkshire

Episode 3: Bread

For the bakers' first challenge, they had to make a chocolate loaf in two and a half hours. The loaf had to contain chocolate in some form, whether it be cocoa powder or actual pieces of chocolate. For the technical challenge, the bakers were required to make twelve Dampfnudel, a recipe Paul called "notoriously difficult". In two hours, the bakers had to make twelve steamed bread rolls with two types of sauce. A savoury plaited (braided) centrepiece was set as the showstopper, to be created using at least three different flours, in four hours.

Baker Signature
(Chocolate Loaf)
(Savoury Plaited (Braided) Centrepiece)
AndrewChocolate Barmbrack Bread2ndBraided Harvest Bread Basket
BenjaminaChocolate, Tahini and Almond Babka6thBraided Bread Heart
CandiceChocolate, Salted Caramel & Pecan Brittle Brioche Loaf3rdItalian Light and Dark Rye Twist
JaneChocolate and Cranberry Couronne9thChorizo and Chilli Flower with Parmesan and Pesto Centre
KateCobbled Loaf8thThe Corn Maiden
MichaelChocolate and Chilli Swirl Plait7thCypriot Dove and Olive Branch Plaited Loaf with Houmous
RavChocolate, Cardamom and Hazelnut Loaf10thThree Tier Diwali Bread Centrepiece
SelasiChocolate, Orange and Cinnamon Bread5thBedouin Escape Tear and Share Bread
TomChocolate Orange and Chilli Swirl Bread4thJörmungandr and Mjölnir
ValDouble Chocolate Cinnamon Twist Loaf1st"And They All Went Into The Ark To Get Out Of The Rain"

Episode 4: Batter

The first task was to make Yorkshire puddings, in 2 hours. The bakers used the standard recipe filled with a variety of savory ingredients and flavors. The technical challenge gave the bakers 1 hour to make 12 heart-shaped "lace" pancakes, which required them to draw a heart-shaped design with the batter. They were only allowed one practice pancake. The showstopper challenge was to make 36 sweet churros in 3 hours.[26]

Baker Signature
(Filled Yorkshire Puddings)
(12 Heart-Shaped Lace Pancakes)
(36 Churros)
AndrewYorkshire 'Tapas' Puddings4thChurros Window Box
BenjaminaRed Onion Chutney, Brie and Bacon Yorkshire Puddings1stTropical Churros
CandiceYorkshire Wellingtons2ndTwo-Way Peanut Butter Churros
JaneMeat and Two Veg Yorkshires3rdPistachio and White Chocolate Churros
KateChristmas Dinner Compromise7thHot Cross Bunny Churros
RavThai Tofu Panang Yorkshires9thThree Dip Matcha Pistachio Churros
SelasiPerfect Sunday Roast Accompaniment8thLemon and Anise Churros
TomWest Yorkshire Fusion Puddings5thFennel Churros Snake In The Grass
ValMum's Chilli Yorkshire Puddings6thOrange Chocolate Churros

Episode 5: Pastry

For the signature bake, bakers were tasked with baking 24 breakfast pastries. Two different batches of 12 pastries were to be made. The technical challenge required the bakers to make one feathered Bakewell tart. For the showstopper challenge, the bakers were challenged to make 48 filled filo amuse-bouche; 24 with a savoury filling and 24 with a sweet filling.

Baker Signature
(24 Breakfast Pastries)
(Bakewell Tart)
(48 Filo Amuse-Bouche)
AndrewMum and Dad's Breakfast Pastries6thSpicy Chorizo Squash Parcels and Baklava Bites
Benjamina'Good Morning America' Swirls and Peanut Butter and Banana Pinwheels5thPlantain and Spinach Samosas and Chai Pear Cups
CandiceDanish Pastry Croque Monsieur Kites and Cinnamon Apple, Vanilla Crème Rose Danish2ndSausage, Black Pudding and Apple Rounds and Banoffee Whiskey Cups
JaneOrange Pain au Raisins, Raspberry, Chocolate and Almond Danish1stRoquefort, Fig and Walnut Parcels and Cherry and Chocolate Cones
RavCinnamon Swirls and Pecan, Walnut and Maple Plaits8thChinese Style Prawn Filo Tartlets and Spiced White Chocolate and Hazelnut Samosas
SelasiRhubarb, Mango and Ginger Plait, and Pineapple and Coconut Pinwheels3rdParma Ham, Asparagus and Cheese Filo Cigars and Coffee Cream Filo Cups
TomMega Breakfast Bonanzas; Granola Spirals and Wheat Foldovers4thYin and Yang Amuse-bouche
ValPecan and Maple Syrup Pinwheels and Apple, Sultana and Cinnamon Swirls7thCaramelised Red Onion, Goats Cheese Tartlets and Mincemeat and Apple Spiced Parcels

Episode 6: Botanical

In the signature, the seven remaining bakers were asked to create a meringue pie containing citrus fruit, such as orange, grapefruits and lemons. In the technical, the contestants had to create two leaf-shaped herb fougasses. In the showstopper, the contestants were asked to create a three-tier cake with a flower theme. All the tiers could be the same flavour, or each one a different flavour, and the cakes could be decorated with flowers.

Baker Signature
(Citrus Meringue Pie)
(2 Herb Fougasse)
(Three-Tier Flower Cake)
AndrewTangy Lime and Ginger Meringue Pie6thSpring Elderflower Trio
BenjaminaGrapefruit and Ginger Meringue Pie2ndFloral Tea Cake
CandiceLime, Coconut and Lemongrass Sugar Meringue Pie5thFour Seasons Cake
JaneLime and Coconut Meringue Pie4thThree Tier Orange Cake with a Floral Chocolate Collar
RavMandarin Margarita Meringue Pie3rdBlossom Cake
SelasiGrapefruit, Orange and Mint Meringue Pie7thThree Tiered Ombré Floral Cake
TomBlood Orange Halloween Pumpkin Pie1stFloral Tea Cake

Episode 7: Desserts

The Signature challenge required the bakers to make a family-sized roulade in 1 12 hours. The judges were looking for a light sponge cake, even layers of filling, and a clean swirl. The technical challenge gave the bakes 3 hours to make a Marjolaine or Dacquoise, an unusual layered cake made with meringue, decorated with ganache and nuts. The showstopper challenge allocated 4 hours for the bakers to make 24 mini mousse cakes in two flavours (12 of each).[27][28]

Baker Signature
(Family-Sized Roulade)
(24 Mini Mousse Cakes)
AndrewTropical Holiday Roulade1stChildhood Ice Cream Mousse Cakes
BenjaminaPiña Colada Roulade3rdApple Crumble Mousse Cake and Chocolate Coffee Mousse Cake
CandiceCrowd Pleaser Roulade2ndBlackberry and Raspberry Bubbles and After Dinner Mousse
Jane Chocolate and Hazelnut Roulade4thChocolate, Coffee, and Vanilla Joconde Cakes and Blackcurrant and Vanilla Ombré Mousses
SelasiSummer Picnic Roulade6thLemon, Raspberry and Passionfruit and Chocolate and Mint Mini Mousse Cakes
TomMillionaire's Roulade5thHipster Picnic

Episode 8: Tudor

Week eight featured the show's first Tudor theme, featuring food common in the 16th century. During the signature challenge, the five remaining bakers were asked to bake a shaped pie with Tudor flavours. The pie could be any type of pastry and they could use whichever fillings they wanted. In the technical, the contestants were asked to produce a dozen jumbles – six knot balls and six Celtic knots. In the showstopper challenge, the contestants were asked to bake a marchpane (marzipan) cake in a three-dimensional shape. However, all of the cakes had to be Tudor-themed.[29]

Baker Signature
(Shaped Savoury Pies)
(12 Jumbles)
(3D Marchpane Cake)
AndrewDa Vinci Inspired Geared Pies2ndJousting Knights Marchpane
BenjaminaMexican Adventure4thTudor Garden
CandiceCheesy Cheeky Fish Pies1stPeacock
JaneTudor Rose Pies5thSwans
SelasiBouquet of Flowers3rdFruity Tudor Marchpane

Episode 9: Pâtisserie (Semi-final)

The first task for pastry or pâtisserie week required the remaining four contestants to bake 24 palmiers, with two different savoury fillings and shapes. The technical challenge was to make a Savarin, a liqueur-soaked yeast cake, which none of the contestants had made before. The final challenge was to make 36 fondant fancies.[30][31]

Baker Signature
(24 Savoury Palmiers)
(36 Fondant Fancies)
AndrewCheesy Elephant Ears and Herby Treble Clefs2ndPhilharmonic Fondants
CandiceRed Onion, Cambozola and Walnut Palmiers and Mushroom, Streaky Bacon, and Parmesan Palmiers3rdChocolate Praline Fondant Fancies and Cherry Bakewell Fondant Fancies
JanePesto and Sundried Tomato Palmiers and Goats Cheese, Olive and Parma Ham Palmiers1stPistachio and Raspberry Fondant Fancies and Lemon Curd Surprise Fondant Fancies
SelasiSundried Tomato, Onion, Peppers and Parmesan Palmiers and Salmon, Spinach and Mushroom Palmiers4thLime and Ginger Fondant Fancies and Pink Velvet and Raspberry Prosecco Fondant Fancies

Episode 10: Royal Picnic (Final)

In the final signature challenge, the bakers had to make a filled meringue crown, which had to contain at least three layers of meringue, in three hours. In the technical, the judges decided to make a familiar bake challenging: the bakers had to make a Victoria sandwich, with no recipe or method given, in 90 minutes. The final showstopper involved the largest number of bakes ever requested in a challenge. The bakers were given five hours to make a picnic fit for the Queen, including one chocolate celebration cake, 12 sausage rolls, 12 mini quiches, 12 savoury scones and 12 fruit and custard tarts.[32][33]

Baker Signature
(Meringue Crowns)
(Victoria Sandwich with No Recipe)
AndrewCrunchy Caramel Cassis Crown1stFamily and Friends' Favourites Picnic
CandiceQueen Victoria's Mango and Strawberry Crown2ndPicnic for Pearly Kings and Queens
JaneRed, White and Blue Meringue Crown3rdFamily Favourites Feast

Christmas specials

The Masterclass episodes were replaced by two Christmas specials, which featured eight contestants from the series 2–5. The two Christmas specials were the last to be aired on BBC before the channel move, and thus featured the last appearances of hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins and judge Mary Berry. Judge Paul Hollywood would then followed the channel move.[34]

The first Christmas special featured Mary-Anne Boermans (Series 2), Cathryn Dresser (Series 3), Ali Imdad (Series 4) and Norman Calder (Series 5). The competition was won by Mary-Anne Boermans. The second Christmas special featured Janet Basu (Series 2), James Morton (Series 3), Howard Middleton (Series 4) and Chetna Makan (Series 5). The competition was won by Chetna Makan.

Episode 1

The signature challenge required the bakers to create 2 batches of edible Christmas tree decorations, 12 of each type, using biscuits. The technical challenge, set by Mary, tasked the bakers to make a choux wreath consisting of 36 choux buns, filled and decorated festively with chocolate. For the showstopper challenge, the bakers were required to make a Christmas scene cake, which must be at least three tiers.

Baker Signature
(24 Edible Biscuit Tree Decorations)
(Choux Wreath)
(Christmas Scene Cake)
AliRose & Fennel Henna-Inspired Biscuits and Date & Orange Ma'amoul Bauble Biscuits1stCelebration of Jesus Cake
CathrynChocolate Peppermint Candy Canes and Clementine, Cranberry & Rosemary Holly Leaf Biscuits2ndOur Christmas Eve
Mary-AnneChristmas Pudding and Christmas Wreath Biscuits3rdMy Christmas Cakey Bakey
NormanOrange & Cinnamon Dufrickies and Whisky Shortbread Ding Dangs4thGâteau De Joyeux Noël

Episode 2

The bakers were tasked to make 24 savoury Christmas canapés, 12 of two types in the signature challenge. The technical challenge was set by Paul, in which the bakers were tasked of baking a Kanellängd, a spiced Scandinavian celebratory Christmas loaf with the meaning of "cinnamon length". For the showstopper challenge, the bakers were required to make 36 sweet Christmas miniatures, 12 each of three types, arranged as a celebratory centerpiece.

Baker Signature
(24 Savoury Christmas Canapés)
(36 Sweet Christmas Miniatures)
ChetnaAubergine & Tomato Canapés and Spiced Potato Canapés3rdFamily Favourites
(Baked Alaska, Bûche de Noël and Ginger & Citrus Cheesecake)
HowardSmoked Trout Trees with Pea Pastry and Partridge & Pear Treats2ndCamp as Christmas Trio
(Cranberry Sherry Glass Trifle, Gingerbread "House-and-Garden" Cheesecake and Stollen)
JamesMackerel Mousse Mille-feuille and Red Onion & Goats Cheese Swirls1stMerry Extravaganza
(Apple Pie & Custard Doughnut, Chocolate-orange Macaron and Christmas Cake)
JanetCrab Pâté Gougère Barguettes and Mushroom & Chicken Liver Tartlets4thFestive Friends
(Tri-coloured Petit Four, Mont Blanc and Chocolate & Orange Dome)


Before the series had begun, some viewers complained of the "gendered" icing in preview pictures of the bakers. In the promo shots of the bakers, the male bakers were given blue icing while the female bakers were given pink icing, whereas the previous year, every baker was given the same colour regardless.[35][36][37] As a result, the BBC altered the colouring of the icing.[38]


The opening episode had an average viewing figure of 10.4 million according to overnight ratings, an improvement over the figure of 9.3 million for the corresponding episode in 2015. This made it the most watched TV show of 2016 so far, with the official figure also making it the most watched TV show since the 2015 Bake Off Final.[39] Its run on the BBC ended with an average overnight viewing figure of 14 million for the final, peaking at 14.8 million, which is a record for the show.[40] The series dominated the list of most-watched programmes in 2016, with nine of the top ten being episodes of the show.[41] Its finale was watched by 15.9 million viewers (7 days cumulative figure), the most popular of the year.[42]

Official episode viewing figures are from BARB.[43]

Airdate7 day viewers
28 day viewers
weekly ranking
Weekly ranking
all channels[44]
BBC iPlayer requests
124 August 2016 (2016-08-24)13.5813.86111,989,000[45]
231 August 2016 (2016-08-31)13.4513.74111,949,000[45]
37 September 2016 (2016-09-07)13.0113.38112,314,000[45]
414 September 2016 (2016-09-14)13.2913.88112,291,000[45]
521 September 2016 (2016-09-21)13.1213.33111,984,000[45]
628 September 2016 (2016-09-28)13.1313.41111,397,000[45]
75 October 2016 (2016-10-05)13.4513.72112,154,000[45]
812 October 2016 (2016-10-12)13.2613.45111,957,000[45]
919 October 2016 (2016-10-19)13.4413.65111,901,000[45]
1026 October 2016 (2016-10-26)15.9016.03111,602,000[45]


Airdate7 day viewers
28 day viewers
weekly ranking
BBC iPlayer requests
The Great British Bake Off, Class of 2015
27 October 2016 (2016-10-27)4.284.4525N/A
The Great Christmas Bake Off
25 December 2016 (2016-12-25)8.218.354853,000[46]
26 December 2016 (2016-12-26)6.376.5215N/A


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