Since first arriving on our television screens in 2010, The Great British Bake Off has been entertaining audiences and making mouths water with a variety of delicious looking foods.
Unfortunately, there's no technology which exists to transport the goods from the Bake Off tent and into living rooms. Despite this, there are many home bakers who sit watching the show itching to replicate the treats in their own kitchens.
They could attempt their own creations, or consult one of the many Bake Off cookbooks, but for many the easiest way to find a recipe is to head online.
Here, we take a look at the most searched recipes from each series of The Great British Bake Off including the likes of scones and pork pies to Babka and focaccia.
1. 2010 – Scones
During the first ever series of The Great British Bake Off, Paul Hollywood challenged the bakers to make scones – all while filming at Scone Palace. In 2010 it was one of the most searched recipes from the show, which was airing on BBC Two.
2. 2011 – Pork pies
Another Hollywood technical challenge, during pie week the judge challenged the bakers to make six identical pork pies, using a hot water crust pastry. It was another heavily searched recipe and there are helpful videos with Hollywood walking those attempting the bake at home on YouTube.
3. 2012 – Key Lime Pie
Another pie success story, this time the most searched recipe on the show goes to baker Ryan Chong, whose key lime pie impressed the judges so much that they labelled it the "best bake of all three series".
4. 2013 – Bakewell tart
Mary Berry is a national treasure but, surprisingly, during series four of the show it wasn’t her Bakewell Tarts which inspired frantic Google searches. Instead, two bakers, Kimberly and Ruby, brought the Bakewell flavours into their traybakes during episode five’s signature challenge.