Bake Off 2016
"I've enjoyed every minute" — Mary Berry.
Jumpers in Bake Off beat jumpers in The Killing, hands down.
"I don't make cake as a rule. It's usually bread and pies."
The original judges and presenters of The Great British Bake Off are what made the show such a hit. (Winner of most recent series mentioned in this article.)
"I’ve got to maintain my reputation as a reputable engineer."
*SPOILERS* But if you haven't seen a spoiler where have you been?
The bakers really are friends for life. Contains spoilers, obviously.
It was an emotional rollercoaster. This post contains spoilers for the last Bake Off episode.
"Omg just when u thought Val couldn't get any more iconic she's literally hitting Napa at the age of 66." This post contains spoilers for the last Bake Off episode.
It was weirdly the most emotional part of the show. (This post contains spoilers).
"Bakers, five minutes left on your mighty bouche."
They've formed friendships for life.
Mel: "Where did you get the orange juice from?" Candice "...the orange?" (This contains spoilers for the last episode of Bake Off.)
Val: "I've been making this recipe for 40 years." Val: *fucks it up*
The future of Bake Off may be bleak, but this year was a wonderful series.
There's been seven series of cake induced breakdowns.
The only baker to actually forget to turn the oven on.
Mel: Jane is the Star Baker! Jane:*immediately turns into a tomato*
How did Selasi not get stressed making these?
"Find a guy to pine over you the way Selasi pines over bread."
This is the most beautiful friendship.
We asked the BuzzFeed Community for their favourite ever moments. If you haven't watched every episode, prepare yourself for a few spoilers.
Chilled on the inside, but hot on the outside, like an inside-out baked Alaska.
Warning: This post contains spoilers about Bake Off.
Sue: "Every second spent crying is a second less showing them how good you are at baking."
They just all respect each other so much, as bakers, and as best friends for life.
Warning: This contains spoilers for the most recent episode.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the most recent episode.
You only see it for a few seconds, but the feeling is wonderful.
"You've got two hours to pop Mary's cherry in the oven, and bring it out again"
This post contains spoilers for this week's Bake Off, obviously.
"I'm very sad, but it's also great that it immediately turned Mel & Sue into folk heroes," she said on The Graham Norton Show.
"It's on the floor!"
Two of the best people together in the tent = pure magic.
Do you prefer Selasi or Candice?
There Will Still Be Two BBC "Bake Off" Christmas Specials With Mel And Sue, Paul Hollywood, And Mary Berry
BuzzFeed News has learned that the two episodes have already been commissioned and filmed, so will not be affected by the move to Channel 4.
She is so integral to the success of the show and will be missed so damn much.
Next time I'm stressed I'm going to ask myself, "What would Selasi do?"
But Paul Hollywood's signed a three-year deal with Channel 4.
Mary Berry said: "My decision to stay with the BBC is out of loyalty to them, as they have nurtured me, and the show, that was a unique and brilliant format from day one."
Her passion and dedication are an inspiration. WARNING: Spoilers ahead.
An excellent baker, a lovely man and the best face.
The show is destined to go to another channel, which makes you wonder whether it'll be ever as good again. So before it does, what is your favourite moment?
You should never give up on your dreams.