Trick NOT treat! Hilarious Halloween baking fails will leave you screaming (with laughter)
- People from across the world shared pictures of their cake failures to Facebook
- Treats range from a ghastly misshapen ghost to a suspicious-looking pumpkin
- The cakes may taste delicious, but they look as shocking as they are hilarious
With Halloween just over a week away, baking enthusiasts have been trying their hand at making spooky-themed cakes – with disastrous results.
Amateur bakers from across the world took to social media to show off some of their worst cake fails – and they’ll instantly make you feel better about your last recipe disaster.
Shared on the Facebook shaming group Well, That’s Certainly A Cake Wreck, the treats range from a ghastly misshapen ghost to a very suspicious-looking pumpkin.
Here, FEMAIL picks out a selection of the best ghoulish delights that are more likely to leave you howling with laughter than screaming in terror…
Ghoulish delight: This ghastly misshapen ghost cake was among the bakes posted to Facebook shaming group Well, That’s Certainly A Cake Wreck. It is not known where the image was taken
One anonymous woman’s attempt at a Marshmallow Web Ghost Cake turned into a ‘horrifying mess’ that left several social media users in stitches. The location of this photograph is unclear
While this pumpkin-themed cake supposedly tasted just fine, the piping left a lot to be desired. The location of this photograph is unclear
Is it a wall of spiders? Is it a ghost? Who knows. But the cake, at an undisclosed location, definitely wouldn’t impress Paul Hollywood or Prue Leith
This cake is definitely frightening but probably not for the reasons intended. Social media users accused the unidentified brain cake of looking decidedly ugly and unappetising
This cake, from an unidentified area, is certainly scary but for internet users it’s only because it’s been so badly decorated
Full marks for effort, but this Pennywise cake, based on the character from Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel It, provokes shock for all the wrong reasons
Wanting to depict Freddy Krueger from the Nightmare on Elm Street horror film series, this cake fell slightly flat with Facebook users from all over the world feeling it just wasn’t scary enough
For cake-lovers, this sweet treat failed to offer the perfect ghostly shape and the message was somewhat indecipherable. The location of this image is unknown
It isn’t just cake that’s being shamed in the run-up to Halloween, as these poorly decorated spooky biscuits were also shared on the Facebook group by an anonymous member
While a decent-enough looking cake, this treat was mocked for placing whole apples on top of it as decoration. It is unclear where the image was taken