The reality television fanfare has come to an end for Berry horse trainer Cheryl Roberts.
The 59-year-old’s baked version of the famous Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow was ultimately her undoing from The Great Australian Bake Off.
“[She] has brought incredible warmth to the Bake Off shed and artistic flair to their bakes,” said co-host Mel Buttle.
This week contestants were asked to bake 36 identical savoury biscuits; 16 almond, dried fruit and chocolate biscuits; and create an iconic landmark made from biscuit.
Judge Maggie Beer said this week’s decision “came down to the wire”.
Over 10 episodes the contestants will be put through their paces in the kitchen to create a series of decadent treats in the hope of ultimately being crowned Australia’s Best Amateur Baker.
Since filming of the show wrapped in June, Mrs Roberts said she’s toying with the idea of one day opening some sort of “foodie” venture at her farm in Berry.