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Raufikat's Better Bake Along recipes are now available

So you think you can’t bake? Every episode (and recipe) from Raufikat’s Better Bake Along will prove you wrong.

So you think you can’t bake? Every episode (and recipe) from Raufikat’s Better Bake Along will prove you wrong

(Geoff George)

Raufikat Oyawoye-Salami is a champion baker who can create confectionery delights with the simplest of ingredients. Alan Shane Lewis and Ann Pornel are comedians who barely know their torte from their tart. But that's okay because Raufikat is going to teach them how to bake in this hilarious step-by-step bake along series. In each episode, Raufikat will bake a beautiful dessert while Ann and Alan will try their best to keep up and present a perfect replication of Raufikat's dish. The friendly competition gets turned up a few degrees with a game to earn an advantage. And let's face it, Ann and Alan need all the help they can get. When the flour settles, only one of them will have the Better Bake.

Every recipe is available to try below. You can also watch full episodes of Raufikat's Better Bake Along on CBC Gem.


The recipes:

Lemon Meringue Cupcakes

(CBC Life)

Birthday Cake

(CBC Life)

Raspberry Almond Battenberg Cake

(CBC Life)

​​​​Boston Cream Doughnuts

(CBC Life)

Black Forest Doughnuts

(CBC Life)

Spicy Mango and Salted Chocolate Doughnuts

(CBC Life)

Matcha and Ube Macarons

(CBC Life)

Toasty Pineapple Pastries

(CBC Life)

Watch full episodes of Raufikat's Better Bake Along on CBC Gem.

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