If like millions of us you've been glued to the current series of The Great British Bake Off and are already feeling bereft at the prospect of it ending, then console yourself with these recipes from other MNers, which correspond to GBBO highlights - re-enact Custardgate or channel Ruby's filo mastery...
This was the week that the fear of soggy bottoms really got to the contestants. "If you do not know how to make a sweet pastry or a shortcrust pastry you shouldn't be in that tent," barked Paul Hollywood.
Glenn's delicious-looking spanikopita doesn't exactly trip off the tongue, so try our version of Greek pie, made with sundried tomatoes instead.
Week 5 will be remembered for the Daily Mail's Watergate-style revelation that instead of making her own traybakes, judge Mary Berry was guilty of popping into her local bakery where she "regularly buys their 'convenient' eight-slice brownie traybake, costing £3.99." The scandal!
Maybe Mary hasn't seen our chocolate cake traybake which takes a scant 10 minutes to prepare.
In a near-perfect depiction of the proverb 'pride goeth before a fall' Kimberley on hearing about the choux bun challenge this week said; "It's not very complicated, they're scared of it much more than they need to be because it's actually very simple." She promptly came fourth.
Happily our profiteroles recipe is both 'easy' AND 'delicious'. And the chocolate icing on the choux bun is that they look way harder to make than they actually are. A total win, then.