With the new series of The Great British Bake Off in full swing, we take a look at some of the funniest innuendos, puns and double entendres from the show. From soggy bottoms to hot baps and lovely sausages, Mary, Paul, Sue and Mel know how to keep us tittering!
“There is no such thing as too big. Not in my world!
” Mary Berry tells it like it is.
“Some of them have got a good forking.” Mary Berry, on biscuits.
“Stand away from your hot baps!
” Sue Perkins gets bossy in bread week.
“There it is, looking perfectly stiff”. Mary Berry's egg whites are never droopy.
“I 've got the taste of nuts coming through. ” Really, Mary!
“I like the length of that.
” Paul Hollywood loves a long French stick.
Go on Mary, give it a good slapping - Paul Hollywood tells Mary Berry how to handle pastry.
't wait to romp in your forest.
” Mel Giedroyc gets excited about Dorret
“Famous in Leeds is my three-crack madeira” Sandy Docherty reveals all in cake week.
“I quite like the idea of having some big ones.
” Another classic from Mary Berry, queen of Bake Off double entendres!
“Stop touching your dough balls!” Sue Perkins is strict.
Get into the Bake Off zone and theme your hen party about the best show on telly! If the bride loves getting her bake on, check out something like a cupcake workshop or pizza making. Planning a hen do for a chocoholic? The Indulgence Experience pops booze into the mix with Chocolate Martinis and cupcake decorating.
Fancy some rude food? Do a naughty cupcake workshop and crack more puns than Mary Berry!
Date Posted: Friday 28th August 2015
Author: Yazmina Wallace