If she were tasked with constructing an illusion cake that looks like the real thing on GBBO, she says she would “make a magnifying glass with a chocolate handle, and 12 mini bakers wearing brown bake off aprons under the glass”.
She added: “I think I would prefer to do something that wasn’t completely realistic, though, as I enjoy having the freedom to create my own twist on things!”
Kim-Joy’s Bake Off journey
Kim-Joy nearly quit the show in Patisserie Week when she just couldn’t get the consistency of her chocolate mousse right. But she got there in the end and made it through to the final.
Danish Week proved a little emotional for Kim-Joy, whose pastry creation didn’t go down as well as expected… but she still made it through to the semi-finals.
That was tough to watch back. It’s okay to cry, we all need it from time to time, and I’m proud of myself ? And my fellow bakers were so supportive. On to the SEMI-FINALS! ? #gbbo#itsokaytocryhttps://t.co/hho8wKFWMw
After bringing incredible, artistic creations to the tent week in week out, Kim-Joy was finally crowned Star Baker in Spice Week after she wowed the judges with her beautifully intricate spiced biscuit chandelier which you can see below, as well as a throwback to those amazing space turtles from Dessert Week.
The moment in Biscuit Week when Kim-Joy announced that she was basing her orange blossom biscuit flavours on her hair conditioner, you just knew that she would be a brilliant addition to the Bake Off tent.
But it was her comment about Dan’s biscuit ‘baby’ that really stole the show on opening night. Well, someone had to say it…