Great British Bake Off viewers all have same complaint about Crystelle during Free-from week

VIEWERS of The Great British Bake Off were all left making the same complaint about Crystelle's recipe during free from week.

Fans of the Channel 4 baking show flooded to Twitter as the contestant explained the ingredients she would be using in her dairy-free ice cream sandwiches.


They were quick to point out that Crystelle, 26, was once again using miso – made from fermented soybeans – and tahini in her signature challenge.

"I'm doing a miso, tahini, frappuccino ice cream sandwich – you know, it's very simple," she told the judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood.

Hosts Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas added that the Bake Off contestant was also due to add cashew milk and coffee to her dairy-free ice cream.

Fans were quick to head to Twitter to complain about the baking star using the same ingredient every week and only focusing on certain flavours.

"Miso again? Does she not know how to use anything else?" one viewer scathed, as a second chimed in: "Is Crystelle under contract to put miso in EVERYTHING?"

"What is Crystelle's deal with miso? Is she being paid? Is it a joke? A dare? I must know," a third joked, as a fourth agreed: "Has Crystelle got shares in miso?"

Someone else wrote: "I think Crystelle's next challenge should be making something without miso for once. She uses it every time."

Despite angering viewers at home with her choice of ingredients – Crystelle managed to impress the judges with her ice cream sandwiches.

It comes after Bake Off found itself in a new fix row as the show announced Free-from Week a fortnight after vegan Freya's elimination.

The 19-year-old baker won the hearts of viewers during her time on the Channel 4 show, before she was tearfully voted off in week five.

Freya was the show's first vegan baker, and all her bakes used only vegan friendly or plant based ingredients.

But at the end of last night's show – after George was eliminated – it was revealed that next week's theme would be Free-from.

It immediately left many Bake Off viewers outraged, with some pointing out the theme had Freya's name written all over it.

The Great British Bake Off airs Tuesdays at 8pm on Channel 4.

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