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.
Could you live on £1 a day? That's the challenge for former EastEnder Cheryl Fergison and Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing in a new Sport Relief special this week, which aims to highlight what life is like for people in Britain who can't afford to eat.
The two join Lorraine to talk about the experience.
Julie Graham, star of William and Mary, Survivors and The Bletchley Circle tells us about her new role alongside Douglas Henshall and Brian Cox in murder mystery series Shetland, which starts this week.
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?
Prince William and Kate are facing criticism for going on a week-long holiday without seven-month old Prince George.
What do you make of their decision? Should they have left their son for that long - or as new parents are they entitled to a break?
@itvlorraine life doesn't have to stop when you become a parent & be with your child 24/7. He's being left with his grandparents not randoms
@itvlorraine I think they need a break away. I just came back from Vegas with my fiancé and my mum had our 6 month old
@itvlorraine a parent sacrifices everything for their kids. Food, heating, clothing, more important than nights out, beauty or anything else