SCOTLAND’S famous baking sisterhood, Three Sisters Bake, has secured a primetime show on BBC1.

Nichola Reith, part of the Three Sisters Bake empire which boasts three cafes and a wedding cake business, is now fronting Flour Power.

The 10-part baking show will air on Saturday mornings at 11am on BBC 1 in a slot that was previously home to a Mary Berry baking show.

Flour Power will see workmates across Scotland battle for the cake-making crown with Nichola Reith providing baking guidance and judging the best efforts.

Nichola said: “Being a TV baking judge has been an amazing and totally surreal experience, for this pipe dream to become a reality has been almost too good to be true.

"Baking is in my blood and I love nothing more than trying out creations other people have made. I was bowled over by the standard of baking from some of the contestants. It was a true pinch-me moment when we found out the show would be aired on a primetime TV slot on BBC 1 on Saturday mornings.”

Flour Power aired originally on BBC Scotland in June 2019 and will be shown on BBC 1 from this Saturday for 10 weeks.

Three Sisters Bake - run by siblings Gillian, 39, Nichola, 37, and Linsey, 34, - established its first café in Quarriers Village in 2011.

The sisters recently opened Cake Bar on Great Western Road and also have a countryside café in Killearn and a regular pop up at Platform at Argyle Street Arches.

Gillian said: "We've been searching for the right location to launch Cake Bar for a long time, so we couldn't be more delighted to have found the ideal spot on the busiest road in Glasgow.

"We see Cake Bar as the unruly childish streak of the Three Sisters Bake brand; it's all about having fun.

"Our product line up is inspired by childhood nostalgia, complete with our famous scones.

"We've also got something for those seeking the picture perfect location, with our Insta-fabulous wall with neon sign."