David Bennett of the Sunshine Bakery in Chapel Allerton, Leeds, is the newly crowned Cupcake Champion of Great Britain 2010.Bennett set up the business only six months ago, having worked in Michelin-starred restaurants for 17 years, five of which were under Marco Pierre White. He switched from chef to baker and has quickly found success with his winning Banana & Mango recipe, tweaked from a Passionfruit & Mango recipe that sells in his shop for £1.50. He beat over 60 professional cupcake bakers to the title.The competition was organised by British Baker as part of its build-up to National Cupcake Week, 13-19 September. The week is sponsored by Renshaw and Chevler and supported by BFP Wholesale and Robert Dyas. Food Network UK is the media partner and will be showing highlights of the competition on the channel (Sky 262, 263+1) during National Cupcake Week.There are seven winners in total, representing each day of the week, as follows:Monday: Chocolate Ginger Cupcake (vegan) – Lisa Harris, The Cupcake Theatre, BournemouthTuesday: Tropical Explosion – Natalie Penzer & Rachel Brown, Cupcake Garden, BeaminsterWednesday: Ernest Hemmingway – Vicky Parker, Sweet Tooth Cupcakery, ManchesterThursday: Cosmopolitan – Stephanie Sippitt, The Butterfly Bakery, PooleFriday: Sweet & Wicked Mojito – Susan Angoy, Sweet & Wicked, LondonSaturday (champion): Banana & Mango – David Bennett, Sunshine Bakery, LeedsSunday: Sticky Toffee – Katie Rawcliffe, The Little House of Cupcakes, Thornton>>> Click National Cupcake Week or see @CupcakeWeek on Twitter or our Facebook page for more.For interview with Cupcake Champion of Great Britain 2010, David Bennett, click here.