Great British Bake Off 2022: who left GBBO this week, how to catch up and remaining contestants
Great British Bake Off said goodbye to another hopeful baker last night and we now have the final three bakers for 2022 - here’s everything you need to know.
The Great British Bake Off finally returned with season 13 of the Channel 4 show on September 13, and the finals are already here.
The baking show is known for putting some of the world’s best home bakers to the test, with intense technical challenges and spectacular showstoppers within a weekly theme.
Week three saw the remaining hopeful bakers take on their toughest challenge yet, where they were tasked with making two sharing-size pizzas, a pan au raisins with a creme patissiere sauce, and a Swedish Smörgåstårta.
It was a stressful week for the bakers with some managing to impress judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood
So, who left The Great British Bake Off last night? Here’s everything you need to know about what happened in this week’s episode.
Who was Star Baker?
Once again, Syabira was named star baker. This was the a third time the baker receieved the honour after pefectly executing her technical challenge and showstopper.
Who left The Great British Bake Off last night?
Janusz, 34, personal assistant to head teacher from Lancashire was sent home during the semi finals of the show. Upon his depature he said: “I am not upset, the best three bakers are left clearly.”
Paying tribute to his favourite childhood treat, Janusz made chocolate and plum-flavoured mini charlottes, while Syabira went for a peanut butter and berry cheesecake flavour in Patisserie week.
How to catch up on Great British Bake Off
If you missed out on last night’s episode then you can catch up on the full episode on the Channel 4 hub All 4 which can be accessed on your phone, tablet, computer or TV.
Who are the remaining GBBO contestants?
- Abdul, 29, electronic engineer from London
- Sandro, 30, nanny from London
- Syabria, 32, cardiovascular research associate from London
The Great British Bake Off airs on Tuesdays at 8pm on Channel 4.