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Four junior bakers, Alyth, Harrison, Kiah and Matthew, have their baking knowledge tested when they're asked to follow a surprise recipe for strawberry shortcake stacks.
Sam and Mark host as four new junior bakers compete for the quarter-finals. Farhaan, Hannah, Olivia and Tom try to follow a classic French recipe for patisserie madeleines.
Sam and Mark host as four junior bakers compete for the quarter-finals. Grainne, Isaac, Matilda and Will's baking knowledge is tested with a recipe for a chequerboard biscuit.
Sam and Mark host as four junior bakers compete for the quarter-finals. Euan, Lucy, Peter and Sienna attempt to make Indian rotis, a flatbread spiced with cumin and turmeric.
Sam and Mark host as four junior bakers compete for the quarter-finals. Alex, Hafsa, James and Megan attempt the technical challenge of making a salted caramel cake.
The country's best young bakers go head to head. The four bakers facing judges are tested on their ability to make stained glass window biscuits.
The country's best young bakers go head to head. Alfie, Andrea, Freddie and Lucy attempt a rustic cheese soda bread for their technical challenge.
The country's best young bakers go head to head as they attempt a pineapple and blueberry upside-down cake in the technical challenge.
The technical challenge proves exciting for hosts Sam and Mark as it's their favourite pudding - jam roly-poly - and the showstopper sees the young bakers creating an inside-out cake. But for two it will be their last time inside the Bake Off tent as judges Allegra McEvedy and Graham Hornigold decide who will go through to the next round.
The last of the heats sees Ben, Grace, Purdey and Tom fight it out for the last quarter-final place, producing iced ring doughnuts and a 3D biscuit construction showstopper
The first five quarter finalists enter the tent hoping for a coveted place in the semis, but first they must create a choux pastry ring and a decorative fruit pie.
Five young bakers are challenged to prepare a meringues-en-bouche - a wedding centerpiece which requires more than one hundred multi-coloured meringues - and show stopping mini tarts as they battle for the last three places in the semi-final.
It's the semi-final and the remaining young bakers have their knowledge put to the test in a series of tough technical challenges, which include replicating Graham Hornigold's piping skills and rectifying the deliberate mistake in Allegra McEvedy's blueberry muffins. Only four will make it through to the final.
The last four bakers face their first signature challenge. While the challenge itself isn't a surprise, the celebrity guests who they are baking for are. Judges Graham Hornigold and Allegra McEvedy aren't making it easy for the finalists in the technical challenge as they set the bakers extremely tough rough puff pastry pinwheel pastries.
The four remaining contenders face the last challenge - creating a tiered, layered show-stopping enchanted woodland-themed cake. Their friends and relatives gather to find out who judges Graham Hornigold and Allegra McEvedy choose to crown Junior Bake Off Champion 2015. Presented by Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes. Last in the series.