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Beautiful Baking with Juliet Sear

  • Episode:

    8 of 10

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  • Transmission (TX):

    Sun 22 Dec 2019

  • TX Confirmed


  • Time

    9.25am - 10.25am

  • Week:

    Week 52 2019 : Sat 21 Dec - Fri 27 Dec

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  • Published:

    Thu 28 Nov 2019

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Episode 8

Juliet looks forward to the big day with some special bakes for Christmas. She has baked party canapes, a brussels sprouts tarte tatin and a spectacular chocolate orange profiteroles tower. Liam Charles pays a visit to serve up Christmas lunch on a sheet of ruff puff pastry and Juliet visits chef Chantelle Nicholson in her London restaurant to sample a vegan main course Christmas meal. 

Series overview

Beautiful Baking with Juliet Sear sees the baking expert front her own TV show for the first time. 

From 3am starts in her own bakery to creating birthday cakes for celebrities and royalty, Juliet has built her reputation on delivering delicious and visually stunning bakes. In this series she can inspire even amateur home bakers to roll up their sleeves and start baking spectacular treats. 

In each of the 10 x 60 minute episodes, Juliet will whip up four delicious bakes from her studio kitchen, with each show themed around an ingredient, style of baking, calendar event or celebration.

Juliet will be joined by special guests, including chocolatier Paul A Young and Ottolenghi’s Helen Goh - who will give their own take on the spectacular world of baking, and she’ll provide plenty of recipes that cater for different dietary needs.  

As well as perfect autumnal treats, Juliet will guide viewers through perfect party food for the party season, before turning to more health-conscious recipe ideas ready for the New Year. Plus, vegan and gluten-free friendly dishes are also on the menu. 

It’s a must-watch for any amateur baker. 

A Rock Oyster Media production