Bake Off’s raciest ever innuendos – from grabbing jugs to great penetration

Over the years The Great British Bake Off has become a rather popular family show which is watched by all ages – even Prince George, according to his mother Kate Middleton.

But while it is a fantastic franchise for all ages, there is another reason why people love the show – and it's cheeky.

The show, originally hosted by Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, loves to dabble into the cheeky innuendos and often does.

The contestants are often filmed making the low key crude remarks while carrying out their baking challenges.

But what have been the funniest innuendos on the show? We're gathered them up for you!

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"You know we love chunky nuts on Bake Off"

Fitting into the show's growing innuendo theme back in 2014 a contestant named Luis knew exactly what to say to likely please bosses.

Luis, from Cheshire, was having a mare while crunching his nuts on Advanced Dough Week

Thankfully, presenter Mel was there to support him as she told him: "You know we love chunky nuts on Bake Off."

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"Hopefully the taste will be good and my crack will show"

Back in 2015 during the first episode of the series things turned cheeky when contestant Ugne made this remark.

She made the innuendo while baking a Madeira cake which, unlike other cakes, features a crack on the top of it.

While rather excitedly explaining the crack, she said: "Hopefully the taste will be good and my crack will show."

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"You've got too much of a soggy bottom"

Watching Bake Off you learn many handy tips about baking – the main being no one likes a soggy bottom.

Soggy bottoms are when disaster strikes for the bakers and moisture gathers at the bottom of the cake or pies.

Since day one it has caused many giggles and become one of the top – and most used – innuendoes on the show.

Mary Berry herself has even giggled at the joke many of times.

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"I'm ganaching my buns"

Diana, who is the oldest contestant to ever appear on the show so far, also got down with the cheeky jokes.

During an episode where she was seen dunking her chocolate sponges into a thick chocolate sauce, she couldn't help but make the innocent quip to Mel and Sue.

She told the comedic pair: "I'm ganaching my buns," which left them in a stage of giggling.

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"Can you come and grab my jugs, please?"

Candice Brown, who won series 7, was famed for making the naughty but innocent remarks while she starred on the show.

She was also never afraid to ask for help, which led to one of her best innuendoes.

Revealing her show stopping gingerbread house, Candice asked: "Can you come and grab my jugs, please?"

It saw everyone on set fall into a fit of laughter.

"You've got great penetration there"

During cake week in 2016, contestant Jane Reedle came to the challenge when Mary and Paul ordered that there be deep penetration with their dough.

Jane was able to deep penetrate her lemon drizzle cakes perfectly and it certainly didn't go unnoticed.

It led to Paul saying the iconic line: "You've got great penetration there"

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