THE GREAT British Bake Off is always known for its wholesome content – as well as the cheeky innuendos and errors that come with it.
But we think viewers may have taken the biscuit in the latest episode, declaring one baker’s steamed puddings “alien vaginas”.
Syabira impressed with a tree of steamed, watermelon puddingsCredit: CHANNEL 4
Some viewers got the giggles over the cakes, declaring them “alien vaginas”Credit: CHANNEL 4
In the first challenge, Syabira left naughty-minded fans with the giggles after her watermelon-inspired puddings for dessert week took on a slightly unexpected look.
The task in front of her was a hefty one, considering she infused the pudding watermelon flavours, making looking like mini watermelons. They were then served with ice-cream and custard.
For the most part, she succeeded, but the rise on some of the bakes caused them to crack, leaving the pink side with a gaping hole on its crust.
As a result, some viewers thought they looked a little like a certain part of the female anatomy.
“Let’s be honest, Syabira’s cakes look like vaginas don’t they #gbbo” wrote one viewer.
“Syabira seems to have baked some monsters vaginas. It’s a no from me,“ said a second.
While a third wrote: “Anyone else think ‘that watermelon pudding looks like a vagina?’”
Although viewers at home saw their minds go to the naughty, for Prue and Paul they were nothing but nice about the look of the final dessert, praising Syabira as “one clever baker” for her creative decision to make a watermelon cake. Prue called them “truly sensational”.
However, things soon fell apart when it came to taste, with Paul criticising the Syabira for using too much watermelon essence to flavour her cake.
Syabira agreed, and later ran into even more trouble in the technical, when she was tasked with making a lemon meringue pie with absolutely no instructions whatsoever.
The Malaysian-born baker had never made the cake before, so had to rely solely on instinct in order to get it right.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to keep her safe, and when it came to the ranking in the task, she fell straight to the (soggy) bottom.
Thankfully, she pulled through in the surprise cake challenge showstopper, and impressed the judges enough to stay for another week.
Unfortunately, this meant Bristolian Carole was sent home after proving to be the weakest baker in the judges’ eyes.
The Great British Bake Off continues Tuesdays at 8pm on Channel 4.
The impressive cakes looked beautiful but were let down by the taste.Credit: CHANNEL 4