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    A Scottish Café Has Made Ice Cream Versions Of Every Single "Great British Bake Off" Cake So Far

    The BBC really needs to commission The Great Scottish Ice Cream Off.

    Stop whatever it is you're doing and take a look at this majestic ice cream creation.

    It's the work of 93-year-old Hamilton ice cream parlour Equi's, who recently started creating ice cream versions of Bake Off showstopper and signature challenges.

    This is Equi's take on the baked cheesecake showstopper challenge from week four.

    BBC / Equi's

    On the left is Ian's apple and tarragon cheesecake. On the right, we have Equi's trio of peach and pear, white chocolate and raspberry, and strawberry ice cream "cheesecakes". Amazing.

    BBC / Equi's

    On the left is Ian's apple and tarragon cheesecake. On the right, we have Equi's trio of peach and pear, white chocolate and raspberry, and strawberry ice cream "cheesecakes". Amazing.

    BBC / Equi's

    On the left is Ian's apple and tarragon cheesecake. On the right, we have Equi's trio of peach and pear, white chocolate and raspberry, and strawberry ice cream "cheesecakes". Amazing.

    And here's their version of the sugar-free baking challenge from week five, which focused on alternative ingredients.

    BBC / Equi's

    The flowery concoction is Nadiya's naked blueberry and caraway crunch cake, next to Equi's sugar-free cherry cake ice cream. The Equi's team don't know what the contestants will actually make before the show airs, so they take part in the challenges instead.

    BBC / Equi's

    The flowery concoction is Nadiya's naked blueberry and caraway crunch cake, next to Equi's sugar-free cherry cake ice cream. The Equi's team don't know what the contestants will actually make before the show airs, so they take part in the challenges instead.

    BBC / Equi's

    The flowery concoction is Nadiya's naked blueberry and caraway crunch cake, next to Equi's sugar-free cherry cake ice cream. The Equi's team don't know what the contestants will actually make before the show airs, so they take part in the challenges instead.

    Fancy some biscotti ice cream? You know you do.

    BBC / Equi's

    The biscotti bake off was week two's signature challenge. Here's Marie's nutty, crunchy Biscotti Italiano and Equi's equally lush twice-baked biscotti ice cream with ground almonds.

    BBC / Equi's

    The biscotti bake off was week two's signature challenge. Here's Marie's nutty, crunchy Biscotti Italiano and Equi's equally lush twice-baked biscotti ice cream with ground almonds.

    BBC / Equi's

    The biscotti bake off was week two's signature challenge. Here's Marie's nutty, crunchy Biscotti Italiano and Equi's equally lush twice-baked biscotti ice cream with ground almonds.

    Pear Frangipane ice cream? Oh yes.

    BBC / Equi's

    Equi's pear frangipane ice cream topped with caramel looks even more appetising than Flora's apricot and rosemary frangipane, made as part of the week six pastry signature challenge. Another point to Equi's.

    BBC / Equi's

    Equi's pear frangipane ice cream topped with caramel looks even more appetising than Flora's apricot and rosemary frangipane, made as part of the week six pastry signature challenge. Another point to Equi's.

    BBC / Equi's

    Equi's pear frangipane ice cream topped with caramel looks even more appetising than Flora's apricot and rosemary frangipane, made as part of the week six pastry signature challenge. Another point to Equi's.

    And if all this wasn't enough to tempt you, how about some sumptuous Black Forest Gateau ice cream, from week one's showstopper challenge?

    BBC / Equi's

    Chocolate, cherries, kirsch, and (ice) cream. What's not to like?

    BBC / Equi's

    Chocolate, cherries, kirsch, and (ice) cream. What's not to like?

    BBC / Equi's

    Chocolate, cherries, kirsch, and (ice) cream. What's not to like?

    Equi's are no stranger to interesting flavour experiments: They have a "flavour lab" where they regularly play around with various combinations.

    Or if marmalade-flavoured ice cream doesn't float your boat, you could always grab a cone of "Strawberry Feels Forever", or Scottish Tablet ice cream instead.