10 Baking Blunders That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud And Cringe All At The Same Time

Baking is a science. While it may seem easy for some, forget one ingredient or add in the wrong amount, and you’ve got yourself a disaster. As the characters in the children’s cartoon, “Lazy Town,” once sang, “You gotta do the cooking by the book, you know you can’t be lazy. Never use a messy recipe, your cake will end up crazy.” Once you do start baking, you realize how true this silly song is.

While baking is a true feat, everyone enjoys spending some time in the kitchen and creating a delicacy from scratch, for their loved ones to enjoy. It’s just too bad that the people who made the goodies in this post can’t relate to that feeling!

Below are 10 examples of baking adventures gone completely wrong—seems like these people didn’t “cook by the book:”

1. Watery cookies

Not even sure what went wrong here. Not enough flour, no eggs, no baking soda? Did they add water to the batter? All of the above? Someone help me out here. I thought cookies were the easiest to bake.


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2. Lumpy chocolate marble cake

It may be lumpy and not completely in one piece (you know, kind of like the feces you get after slight constipation), but I mean, it still looks edible. You’ve got to give them credit for that!


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3. Caved-in blueberry muffins

Caved-in or not, I’m really craving a blueberry muffin right now. (Although, I thought they were bagels at first.) The baker may have overstuffed the muffin cups, causing a dip in the center.


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4. Cookies with sprinkle overload

This is what happens when you put children in charge of sprinkle duty. One may see this as a fail, but I see it as somebody finally understanding my sweet tooth and love for sprinkles.


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5. Gooey birthday cake

No, a 5-year-old did not make this cake for their mom’s birthday. An adult made this German chocolate cake for her husband’s 29th birthday. She blames the bad icing work on not having an icing bag. I can’t say I could do any better!


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6. Burnt Ricotta Cheesecake Bites

This baker attempted a recipe for cheesecake bites but skipped out on the crust and used ricotta instead of cream cheese. The bottoms ended up burnt and egg-like. What made this fail funny was that the tops of the bites looked exquisite, but once they were de-wrapped, the tragedy was discovered. (Good thing she didn’t sell them or give them to a neighbor!)


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7. Funky Spongebob cake

The failed Spongebob cake looks decent despite the messy frosting and melting eyes. This makes for a great “expectation versus reality” scenario. I’m sure it still tasted great, though.


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8. Creepy-faced bread

The bread looks delicious. The faces on the bread, not so much. I mean, you would be making that face too if you were put in an oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. They sure would make for a great Halloween snack!


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9. Not-so-stained-glass stained glass cookies

Stained glass cookies are by far one of the prettiest cookies I’ve come across. To make them, well, good luck. The failed cookies look exactly like what a majority of folks would probably end up with. They seem complex, so we can’t blame them for trying (and ultimately failing).


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10. Bubbled-over pretzel brownie bites

Salty and sweet make the best treat! Except when you’re left with a sloppy, ooey-gooey mess. The baker claimed that the brownies bubbled over after cooking for only 15 minutes. (I’d still eat it.)


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Even though these are considered “fails,” looking at these was actually sort of therapeutic. Fail or not, I really want something sweet right now. So, I guess you could say each of these bakers did a job well done.

Of course, any baker has had their fair share of baking fails. Ask me to bake you a cake, and well, it might be gooey in the center and burnt on the edges with bits of unmixed flour. However, sometimes we forget that failures are good for us. What was your worst baking fail?

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