Amateur chefs share hilarious Easter baking disasters – including some VERY creepy bunny biscuits

PART of the joy of baking is that, despite your best efforts, you never quite know how your sweet treats are going to turn out.

But while we've all accidentally made a soggy bottomed cake (or two), these amateur chefs took matters to all new extremes over the Easter weekend.

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Sharing their horrifying bakes on Twitter, one home chef hilariously managed to mess up even the simplest of banana breads.

Twitter user Hend Amry wrote: "I've just made, what might possibly be, the world's most failed banana bread.

"If I had feral goats living in my backyard, I would hesitate to feed it to them."

Sharing a photo of the raw contents of the cake, she joked: "I will not be taking any questions at this time. Thank you for respecting my privacy."

Her post has since racked up over 23,000 "likes" and encouraged other users to share their own alarming baking fails – and honestly, we don't know whether to laugh or cry.

One user replied with a photo of a burnt loaf of bread which bizarrely resembled a potato.

They wrote: "Hello. You may win the most-failed banana bread but I am champion of most-failed normal bread…"

Meanwhile, another user decided to bake up some bunny-shaped biscuits for Easter… and we're not exaggerating when we say they look like something out of a horror movie.

Posting a photo of their overbaked, creepy-looking biscuits, they replied: "As failed as my bunnies?"

But it wasn't just banana bread that amateur bakers have managed to mess up.

Sharing an image of her bizarre banana muffins, another joked: "I see your failed banana bread and will raise you…failed banana quarantine muffins!

"Yes, they are black as tar. No, they aren't burnt. An unfortunate ingredient sub created a unique chemical reaction which added to the aesthetic appeal."

And while we never thought we'd live to see the day where we saw a red velvet cake we DIDN'T want to eat, this baker somehow managed to achieve the impossible.

Sharing a photo of the watery cream cheese icing and a raw, uncooked middle, the user wrote: "You should see the saddest red velvet cake there ever was!"

And don't ever get us STARTED on the person who decided to shove strawberries into the middle of her cake when it fell apart.

Although baking seems like a nice way to pass the time during the coronavirus lockdown, maybe it's time for this lot of find a new hobby…


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