In February, we launched our Lorraine's Taste Off competition to find the nation's best sweet treat. Hundreds of you entered, but it was Anne Aitken who won over the nation with her Orange and Ginger Cherubs - and today her cakes will hit supermarket shelves across Britain for the first time.
below we join Lorraine chef John Whaite who is at Anne's local Waitrose in Harrogate, with Anne and her family to celebrate the launch of her sweet treat.
We asked you to vote for one of our three finalists Anne, Carol or Shelley and you decided that Anne and her orange and ginger cherubs is the winner of Lorraine's Taste Off! The recipe will on the shelves of Waitrose stores across the country soon.
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Our Taste Off finalists are put to the ultimate test as we take their sweet treats out for a public tasting! We've been out and about to see what our viewers think of them and tomorrow we find out who has been crowned our Lorraine's Taste Off champion.
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Lorraine's Taste Off is giving one lucky viewer the chance to have their homemade dessert on the patisserie counter in Waitrose stores across Britain. We had hundreds of entries and today we meet the last of our three finalists, Shelley Shapir.
Her recipe is for Nanaimo bars, which have a coconut biscuit base, custard middle and a dark chocolate topping.
Shelley is a part time teaching assistant at her local primary school. She is married with two children: Nathaniel aged nine and Ruby aged seven.
Yesterday we met Anne and her 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.
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.