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Entertainment Most popular Bake Off winners and their huge earnings revealed

01:35  24 november  2021
01:35  24 november  2021 Source:   ok.co.uk

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Since beating off stiff competition to bag the first Bake Off title, Edd has published three books (Say It With Cakes; The Boy Who Bakes and Patisserie Made Simple), hosts the Stir The Pot podcast and posts recipes and updates to his website, also named 'The Boy Who Bakes '. Graduating with a first-class law degree from the University of Manchester shortly after filming began for the Bake Off , John pursued his passion for baking post-GBBO by earning a patisserie diploma from Le Cordon Bleu. Much like Jo, John went on to open Whaite's Kitchen Cookery School, as well as holding bakery

The Great British Bake Off is a British television baking competition, produced by Love Productions. It premiered in 2010. This list contains the finalists—annual winners and runners-up—who survived eliminations throughout every series. No baker was awarded Star Baker this season.

The Bake Off final had viewers hooked as Crystelle, Chigs and Giuseppe battled it out and attempted to conjure up a Mad Hatter’s tea party.

Spoiler alert coming, so look away now if you're yet to watch the final...

The winner was crowned as Giuseppe, after a very close competition that saw all three bakers serving up some sensational goods.

As the final aired, kitchen experts Maxima Kitchen Equipment delved into who the most popular Bake Off winners have been so far, and the huge earnings they can make from social media.

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Way back in 2010, before Bake Off fever truly gripped the nation, Edd Kimber was the show's first winner . Series 5 champion Nancy Birtwhistle was a huge favourite with viewers, who were delighted to see the Bake Off 's most recent winner was also its youngest Sport Trust, is taking his message into schools where he hopes he can help children improve their lives and their community as a whole.

The Bake Off winner impressed the judges with his Mad Hatter's Tea Party showstopper (pictured). His take on the classic carrot cake with a fig and walnut jam was commended for it’s ‘delicious flavour’, despite it being warm when he put it together. The competition was closer than ever before, with all three finalists having each been named star baker twice and received two Hollywood Handshakes in the lead up to the final. However, Hollywood, 55, claimed he spotted the winner in week one. He said: ‘The first time I walked into the tent and in the first signature I saw his mini rolls, I thought that looks like our

Taking the top spot? Nadiya Hussain, who can, according to the research, earn a whopping £3,296 per sponsored Instagram post.

Here's a look at how the other winners fare...

Bake Off winners' average Instagram earnings

Nadiya Hussain – 829,266 followers

£3,296

Edd Kimber – 394,372 followers

£1,568

Rahul Mandal – 350,857 followers

£1,400

Candice Brown – 268,167 followers

£1,066

Candice Brown says her state of mental health has declined in light of her ADHD diagnosis in January 2020 © Getty Candice Brown says her state of mental health has declined in light of her ADHD diagnosis in January 2020

Peter Sawkins – 237,815 followers

£951

John Whaite – 230,271 followers

£923

Nancy Birtwhistle – 155,773 followers

£621

David Atherton – 147,306 followers

£589

Frances Quinn – 77,606 followers

£411

Sophie Faldo – 40,850 followers

£277

Joanne Wheatley – 27,144 followers

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After winning Bake Off three years ago, Nancy was determined to make the most of her big moment and the opportunities it gave her. As well as producing a popular blog and going on tours across the country, the grandmother has released her own book and manages to squeeze in campaigning for Since then, she's proven those weren't just hollow words by going on to become one of the most successful Bake Off winners ever. Over the past two years, she's written for national papers, released her own cook book, presented Loose Women and even host programmes The Chronicles of Nadiya

The Great British Bake Off (often abbreviated to Bake Off or GBBO) is a British television baking competition, produced by Love Productions

£180

Commenting on the findings, a spokesperson for Maxima Kitchen Equipment said: “With Chigs, Giuseppe and Crystelle all prepared to face the final tonight, this data provides a fascinating insight into what sort of exposure and income the winner can expect to earn once they get their hands on the trophy.

"Not only can they expect to make a lot of profit from projects such as recipe book deals, TV shows and appearances, but social media posts will also provide a lot of income if they utilise their platforms well.”

On the last episode of the show, Giuseppe was speechless as he was crowned the winning baker of the cooking competition after a final showdown alongside contestants Crystelle Pereira and Will ‘Chigs’ Chirag.

The three finalists did their best to beat each other to the top with their baking skills during their last tasks under the watchful eyes and critiques of judges Paul Hollywood and Dame Prue Leith.

Only Giuseppe was able to gain the honorary champion title of the 12th series though after turning out an impressive Mad Hatter's Tea Party bake with delicious looking sweet and savoury treats.

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