The first of a series of three episodes of The Great British Bake Off is set to be broadcast in 2014.
It has been two years since I visited the studios of Channel 4’s The Great British Bake Off, so I’ve been keeping up with the latest developments.
For more than a year it has been rumoured that the Channel 4 series was going to be produced as a BBC series under a new series rights deal. I’ve seen the first two episodes and I find them good enough to give them a watch.
For the first time in years, the BBC has found itself in a very happy situation. It has found a new creative partner, which means there is now a real possibility that Bake Off will be seen on television in the UK again.
The first thing to know is that the third episode will be the last season, which will consist of five episodes. The fifth episode, currently to be filmed here in London (and the one that was filmed by James May and Nicky Campbell – remember them), will not include any of the new faces which were introduced in a few more episodes last year.
This new series will be a little darker in tone and it will consist primarily of interviews. They will follow the five contestants as they compete in the Bake Off.
This means that the show’s producers, IBTimes UK, will be filming each episode from start to finish, rather than just editing them together in one big edit-fest.
Of course in the future I bet that The Great British Bake Off will return to broadcasting. The only question is when and how.
Here’s the third episode and the synopsis:
You can make these delicious vegan oatmeal cookies. My husband tried this recipe and his favorite flavor–sweet chocolate and dark chocolate–was too strong. He asked if I could make it vegan. I made them for my son’s birthday. They were such an easy treat to prepare and I was so happy that they were so delicious. Since my son is a huge chocolate fan, I think he’s going to love this as much as I did. One year ago: Blueberry Banana Pancakes
Pizza and Omelette Bars with Chocolate
Ingredients 1 1/2-to 2 cups oatmeal (2 cups if you use gluten free oats)- I used gluten free oatmeal if needed
1/2 tbsp. vanilla extract
1 tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder
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