Obsessed with the cult TV show? Us too! Add some GBBO magic to your own home with these present picks from award-winning gift list service, Prezola
Adore Great British Bake Off? Whether you're still missing Mary or are positively potty for Prue, it's safe to say that over its various series, the show has inspired a whole new generation of bakers to dust off their aprons and try something new in the kitchen.
Your wedding gift list provides the perfect opportunity to kit yourself out with all the tools you need to bring yourself up to a Bake Off-worthy standard. Prezola, the award-winning gift list service, has got an endless array of products for you to crave and ask your nearest and dearest to gift you for your W-day - from the little details (dinky muffin trays) to the more extravagant (we're looking at you, KitchenAid mixer of dreams).
Appetite suitably whetted? Grab a slice of (preferably home-made) cake and enjoy a leisurely perusal of our edit of Bake Off-inspired wedding gifts you'll love to receive - happy browsing!
Starting with... The inspiration
Because you can't whip up a Bake Off inspired delight without turning to Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, can you? They might no longer be hosting the programme together, but that doesn't mean they can't sit together happily on your cookbook shelf.
From pies and puddings to loaves and sponges, these four tomes of culinary brilliance make for drool-inducing #foodenvy.
SHOP IT: The Great British Bake Off Winter Kitchen, £20, available here; Mary Berry's Baking Bible, available here; The Great British Bake Off How To Bake, £22, available here; Paul Hollywood's Bread, available here.
We don't want to make any assumptions about you, or your baking prowess. However, if you aren't already in possession of a set of basic mixing and measuring tools (we're talking whisks, spatulas, spoons and so on), as well as a colour-coordinated set of mixing bowls - well, now's your time.
...To the more sophisticated.
And yes, for those of us who rely a little too much on iPhones to time how long the oven's been on, an actual real-life timer is sophisticated, thank you very much. That measuring cup will make sure you never over (or under) estimate your ratios again; that batter bowl will make whisking up your very own Yorkshire Puddings a breeze; whilst those cute tins will make transporting your handmade delights a piece of - lol - cake.
SHOP IT (clockwise from left): Retro 1960s Cook's Dry Measure, £8.99, Tala; Set of two cake tins, £20, Mary Berry; Tasty Colours Magnetic Timer, £8.95, Brabantia; Baker Lane Batter Bowl in Grey, £22.50, Mason Cash.
The decorative twists
No kitchen is complete without a darling adornment or two - and they don't come much more darling than this blancmange-adorned pinny from Thornback & Peel and this on-trend hand-lettered print from the Old English Company. Because it's all in the detail, no?
The foodie favourites
Now's your perfect opportunity to get some of those classic items in your cupboards upgraded and swapped for the ultimate foodie 'something new'. From that vintage cakestand to those colourful storage jars to that berry-bright KitchenAid (inspired by the bold berry-hued lipstick favoured by last year's winner, Candice Brown, perhaps)... Ready, set, bake!
SHOP IT (clockwise from left): Artisan Stand Mixer, £549, KitchenAid; Cuckoo three-tier cake stand, £80, Wedgwood; Non-Stick Twelve Hole Shallow Baking Tin, £16, Paul Hollywood; Baker's Authority Set of 4 Baking Tins, £26, Mason Cash.
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