How to rescue baking disasters

For our new series of SOS articles, we called upon some of our famous baking friends to tell us how to salvage sunken sponges, curdled cake mix and a host of other flour-based problems. Read tips from Jo Wheatley, Luis Troyano, Kimberley Wilson and more...

Luis's bread guideLuis Troyano's guide to solving bread problems 
Great British Bake Off 2014 finalist Luis gives you all you need to know about rescuing dough. 
Read Luis' bread tips

 

 

Richard BurrRichard Burr's guide to rescuing desserts
Richard shares advice on how to solve common problems with meringue, cheesecake, trifle and more.
Read tips from Richard 

 

 

Jo Wheatley biscuitsJo Wheatley's guide to rescuing biscuits
Great British Bake Off 2011 winner Jo shares her advice for tackling common biscuit issues. 
Read Jo's tips for troubleshooting biscuits

 

 

Kimberley Wilson decoration problemsKimberley Wilson's top 10 ways to tackle decoration dilemmas
Great British Bake Off 2013 finalist Kimberley talks through easy ways of making your bake shine.
Read Kimberley's quick decoration fixes

 


Pie guideRichard Burr's guide to solving pastry problems

Richard gives his advice for pie-making, pastry-rolling and much more... 
Read Richard's tips


 

Jo Wheatley cakesJo Wheatley's tips for solving cake disasters
Read Jo's advice for bringing cakes back from the brink. 
Jo's 10 ways to rescue cake

 

 

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