As one of the nations favourite show’s returns to our screens, Great British Bake Off viewers have already been left with many memorable moments.
And with the show’s comeback, Twitter account No Context Bake Off has also returned, to capture all the random amusing moments from the hit Channel 4 baking show for another year.
The page was started in 2016, while the show was still airing on BBC One, and has since amassed an impressive 114,400 Followers.
While the baking show airs family friendly content, the account provides fans with screengrabs that seem hilarious, bizarre and sometimes laden with Bake Off’s signature innuendos.
Some of this year’s editions include a picture of pharmacy worker Sura, 31, walking her cat, as well as pantomime producer Lottie, 31, taking part in some yoga in the garden.
The collection of images also features Matt Lucas doing his best Boris Johnson impression and Prue Leith commenting on one contestant’s ‘very large nuts’.
Here, FEMAIL reveals the hilarious moments captured from the well-loved baking show this year.
Welcome to Bake Off! The show’s new host Matt Lucas delighted fans as he commentated on the show’s celebrity cake challenge
Sir David’s having a wobble! The environmentalist and broadcaster was made with a coconut sponge by Sura and luckily survived nearly falling over before the judging
Judge Paul Hollywood was pictured alongside Noel Fielding and Prue Leith quizzing pharmacy worker Sura on why she had tea alongside her cakes
Out and about! Sura was seen bizarrely taking her pet cat Ghost for a walk around her London estate
Save loaves! One of the hilarious snapshots captured the moment Matt Lucas went viral after impersonating Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the show’s first episode
Meanwhile the Twitter account also shared pantomime producer Lottie’s, from West Sussex, apparent stress during one of the show’s challenges
Taking a break! Lottie was pictured teaching one of her favourite hobbies outside of her West Sussex home
Presenter Noel Fielding was captured jokingly delivering some morbid news to the group of baking hopefuls
Cheeky! Judge Prue delighted fans with one of her signature double entendres while judging Mark’s biscuits last week
Digital manager Laura, 31, from Gravesend in Kent, left viewers giggling when she said the challenge had left her crying into her dinner
In another snapshot, Laura could be seen sharing a laugh with new presenter Matt as she joked that she ‘never knew’ he was homosexual