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Welcome to the world of extreme cake making, where sugar craft specialists up and down the country dream up ever more elaborate ways to satisfy our sweet tooth.
The stakes are high as Essex baker Eloise creates a two-foot high edible slot machine for a surprise 90th birthday party, complete with a personalised message to the birthday girl, flashing lights, and a working coin slot. Karisha takes a huge chance as she attempts to suspend her largest wedding cake to date, all 10 tiers of it, from the ceiling for a spectacular reveal in London in front of 400 guests. Molly puts some muscle behind her cake for a champion body builder, who wants to celebrate the end of what he hopes will be a successful competition season with a cake full of all the things he's missed while training.
The gloves are off as Dunstable baker Karisha tackles a boxing themed cake for a charity event, which sees her making two fully edible boxing gloves set in a fondant boxing ring. Molly attempts a deep sea sponge with a giant squid birthday cake for a 10-year-old girl. Phil and Christine make an astonishing solar eclipse wedding cake, that includes a hand painted image of Mount Rushmore and two intertwined willow trees decorated with 4000 hand piped royal icing leaves!
Lancashire based cake maker Molly proves 'that's the way to do it' when she makes a one and a half-foot wide replica Punch and Judy cake, complete with stage, striped awning and a full cast of edible characters as a special surprise for a puppeteer. Suzanne creates a towering five tier white on white intricate hand piped wedding cake with an unusual peplum shaped base. Phil and Christine tackle another challenging bake as they create a picture perfect working projector cake, full of personal memories to celebrate one couple's 25th wedding anniversary and joint 50th birthdays.
It's full speed ahead for Rosie with a vintage car cake for an 80th birthday party, that must replicate the recipient's beloved Bentley Speed Six, as well as reference Le Mans 24 Hour Car Race, as a nod to the car's winning streak in the 1920s. Suzanne keeps it in the family as she attempts to defy gravity with a cake in the shape of a tube of paint, to celebrate her cousin's new exhibition opening. Christine and Phil tackle a very personal African inspired bake, as Christine's invited to the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo with an intricate tiered cake to celebrate her old school's unique involvement in this spectacular event.
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