Yesterday we met Anne Aitkin, who impressed us with her orange and ginger cherubs, but today it's time to introduce you to Carol Harris and her exotic Caribbean recipe for pineapple cake with a ginger and caramel topping.
Carol is a part time carer of her parents, who are 86 and she has one daughter Ruby, aged 10.
The sweet treat sent in by Carol Harris is also known as Nyam n Gueweh (translated to 'Eat 'n Go') . She tops her moist pineapple cake base with a ginger and caramel topping!
Makes 12 pieces
We were inundated with entries and now we're down to just three finalists all hoping to see their dessert on Waitrose supermarket shelves across Britain.
Anne works as a nurse in her local GP surgery and is married with one son called William, who is 23.
Many of you entered Lorraine's Taste Off but there were eight recipes that really stood out, and from those our judges Alex Hollywood and Debbie Rush chose their favourite three.
This week we will be asking YOU to vote for your favourite so we can crown our winner and have their sweet treat on the shelves of Waitrose. But first, why not get baking with all our finalists recipes, below?
Carrie Fenner has concocted these chocolately treats... which even have an edible chocolate case and an optional gooey caramel filling!
With a cherry filling, a crumble topping and a sprinkling of chocolate chips, this sweet treat from Clare Hall really hits the spot!
Preparation time: 45 mins
Cooking time: 50 mins
Makes 16 squares
Here Angie Pettengell combines two of our favourite sweet treats - apple crumble and cupcakes!