Extreme Cake Makers – Series 4
Welcome back to the world of extreme cake making, where bakers dream up ever more elaborate creations.
In the first episode of this brand new series, a high-flying showbiz sponge, a Remembrance Day centrepiece, and a cake take on an iconic military vehicle – itâ€™s another challenging day for our extreme cake makers. Former army helicopter pilot Rosie faces her most precarious cake build to date, as she attempts to suspend a life-sized edible figure over the heads of the cast of a West End musical. Covered in 60 kilos of fondant, the clothing and facial features must match the showâ€™s leading man. Suzanne must impress with a detailed cake replica of the Lloydâ€™s of Londonâ€™s Lutine Bell â€“ which forms the focal point for a Remembrance Day service. Taking 130 hours to create, it includes 75 sugar poppies that look like they are falling around the cake. And Ben battles to make a cake replica of a tank, good enough to astound tank enthusiast Tommy-Lee on his 18th birthday.
The brand new series returns to Channel 4 on 1st April atÂ 5.30pm.