Sian Redgrave has been crowned Australia’s best amateur baker after winning over judges Maggie Beer and Matt Moran in the final episode of The Great Australian Bake Off.
The Great Australian Bake Off is a FremantleMedia Australia production of a BBC Worldwide format for Foxtel.
The 23-year-old fashion stylist from Perth proved too strong for her competition, pulling out all stops in the final showstopper challenge when she baked an extravagant croquembouche perched on top of a chocolate mud cake.
Redgrave beat Jasmin Hartley, 26 from Mackay, who whipped up an incredible three-tiered wedding cake complete with caramel popcorn and white chocolate shards, and Suzy Stefanidis, 45 from Melbourne, who created an elaborate gingerbread church complete with an edible engagement ring.
As well as earning the title of Australia’s best amateur baker, Redgrave’s Italian cheesecake brownie recipe from episode five will be featured in delicious. magazine’s March 2016 issue.
Hosted by comedians Claire Hooper and Mel Buttle, The Great Australian Bake Off became the highest rating show ever on LifeStyle FOOD.
Foxtel is looking for more of Australia’s finest home bakers to take part in the next series.