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12 epic fails 'The Great British Baking Show' contestants have made

INSIDER Logo By insider@insider.com (Debanjali Bose) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 14:  "The Great British Baking Show" is a popular UK-based competition that tests amateur bakers on their skills in the kitchen. In the show's 10-year run, a number of contestants have made memorable mistakes. Mishaps include contestants injuring their fingers in the food processor, using salt instead of sugar, and accidentally ruining other bakers' desserts. Outside of the kitchen, judge Prue Leith made her own mistake when she accidentally revealed the winner of season eight before the finale aired. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Warning: Spoilers ahead for "The Great British Baking Show."For a decade, people have watched "The Great British Baking Show" — or "Bake Off," as it's known in the UK — to see amateur bakers whip up elaborate cakes in a tent in the English countryside.In each themed episode, contestants are tested in three challenges called signature, technical, and showstopper rounds, and have their baked goods critiqued by judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.While there are plenty of impressive treats, as is often the case with baking, mistakes can happen.Bakers have made some epic fails over the show's 11 seasons, from using salt instead of sugar to injuring a finger in the food processor. We've rounded up some of the most memorable faux pas from the show — plus, a bonus mess-up outside the tent courtesy of one of the judges.Read the original article on Insider

12 epic fails 'The Great British Baking Show' contestants have made

  • "The Great British Baking Show" is a popular UK-based competition that tests amateur bakers on their skills in the kitchen.
  • In the show's 10-year run, a number of contestants have made memorable mistakes.
  • Mishaps include contestants injuring their fingers in the food processor, using salt instead of sugar, and accidentally ruining other bakers' desserts.
  • Outside of the kitchen, judge Prue Leith made her own mistake when she accidentally revealed the winner of season eight before the finale aired.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Warning: Spoilers ahead for "The Great British Baking Show."

For a decade, people have watched "The Great British Baking Show" — or "Bake Off," as it's known in the UK — to see amateur bakers whip up elaborate cakes in a tent in the English countryside.

In each themed episode, contestants are tested in three challenges called signature, technical, and showstopper rounds, and have their baked goods critiqued by judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.

While there are plenty of impressive treats, as is often the case with baking, mistakes can happen.

Bakers have made some epic fails over the show's 11 seasons, from using salt instead of sugar to injuring a finger in the food processor. 

We've rounded up some of the most memorable faux pas from the show — plus, a bonus mess-up outside the tent courtesy of one of the judges.

Read the original article on Insider
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