Season 13 of The Great British Bake Off is firing up the ovens, as a dozen nervous new contestants hope to be crowned the series champion.
Last year, the title went to Italian engineer Giuseppe Dell'Anno, a hugely popular winner – but who else has been victorious and where are they now?
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Cast your mind back over every winner since 2010 and see where life has taken them since leaving the Bake Off tent.
Series 1 – Edd Kimber
Way back in 2010, before Bake Off fever truly gripped the nation, Edd Kimber was the show's first winner.
Dubbing himself 'The Boy Who Bakes', Kimber has since published a book with the same name, as well as two more: Say It With Cake and Patisserie Made Simple.
His recipes have featured in national newspapers and magazines, while his TV appearances have included being resident baker on The Alan Titchmarsh Show.
Series 2 – Jo Wheatley
Next up was mum-of-three Jo Wheatley, who also bagged some book deals from her win, publishing A Passion For Baking and Home Baking.
She has kept up with cooking as a career by launching a home cooking school with classes including cupcake making.
Series 3 – John Whaite
If you don't remember series three winner John Whaite particularly well, you're about to get to know him a lot better as one of this year's Strictly Come Dancing contestants.
Whaite will make history as one half of the first all-male couple to compete in the dancing show.
Although he's been a bit quieter of late, Whaite made many TV appearances after his win, earned a diploma in patisserie and launched his own cooking school, books and homeware range.
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Series 4 – Frances Quinn
Frances Quinn was something of a low-key winner compared to rival series 4 competitor Ruby Tandoh, who most viewers are more likely to remember.
However, she's carved out a successful career by publishing a book and snaring private baking clients including Quentin Blake, Jools Holland and the Wimbledon Championships.
Series 5 – Nancy Birtwhistle
Series 5 champion Nancy Birtwhistle was a huge favourite with viewers, who were delighted to see the grandmother-of-nine scoop the prize.
Although Birtwhistle had retired, she went back into work after her win by writing recipes, performing cooking demos and being published in newspapers and magazines. She calls Bake Off "a life-changer".
Series 6 – Nadiya Hussain
The biggest star to come out of Bake Off is series 6 champion Nadiya Hussain, who has become a household name in cooking.
Her many TV shows have included The Chronicles Of Nadiya, Nadiya's British Food Adventure and The Big Family Cooking Showdown, with various related recipe books and even a commission from Buckingham Palace to make the Queen's 90th birthday cake.
Hussain's popularity has transcended cooking, with a documentary called Nadiya: Anxiety And Me to her name, as well as a number of children's books and three novels.
Series 7 – Candice Brown
Hussain's successor Candice Brown also managed to cross over into stardom outside of the show, most notably as a contestant in Dancing On Ice 2018.
She quit her job as a PE teacher to pursue baking full-time and made a number of TV appearances, as well as spending a while working in Tom Kerridge's kitchen before taking on a pub lease of her own.
Series 8 – Sophie Faldo
Sophie Faldo is perhaps best remembered for the controversy surrounding her win after judge Prue Leith accidentally revealed it hours before the final had aired.
The blunder came about because of a time difference between where Leith was tweeting from and the UK, but it was an unfortunate mishap for the first series to air on Channel 4.
Faldo set up a cake company after her win to add to her list of life achievements, which include being a ballerina, surveillance consultant and ski-touring instructor, winning a bronze medal at the British Rowing Championships and training to be a stunt performer.
Series 9 – Rahul Mandal
Another of the show's most popular winners was Rahul Mandal, who was known for his high stress levels in the tent – not helped by a heatwave exploding a glass jar on his bench during the final, meaning he had to do a staggered start after everyone else.
Mandal is still the show's biggest fan, and despite appearances on TV and publishing recipes in the national press, he has continued with his job as an engineering researcher at the University of Sheffield's Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre.
Series 10 – David Atherton
The series 10 winner almost didn't make it on to the show at all as he was originally a reserve before being called up to take part.
David Atherton has since gone on to write a column about food for fitness in The Guardian and published My First Cookbook in August 2020, as well as signing up as a COVID vaccinator.
Series 11 – Peter Sawkins
Bake Off's youngest winner was Scottish student Peter Sawkins, who was just 20 when he won series 11.
His first recipe book Peter Bakes was published in October 2021.
When he won, Sawkins said: "I can't quite believe that I am here, I can't quite believe that I made it on to the show, and I can't quite believe that the show happened.
"I wanted this a lot. When I was 12, I was watching repeats of Bake Off back-to-back, and it got me into baking big time.
"I am a Bake Off nerd, and I think 12-year-old Peter would be in awe, and just the most excited giddy kid. I am that excited giddy kid right now."
Series 12 – Giuseppe Dell'Anno
The Italian engineer, 45, barely put a foot wrong in the 2021 competition while introducing judges and viewers to some of the most delicious bakes from his homeland.
Dell'Anno somehow managed to keep his taking part in the show a surprise for his young children, and followed in the footsteps of his pro-chef father.
His first book, Giuseppe's Italian Bakes, is due out in October 2022.
Watch: See the Bake Off series 12 trailer