Choccy horror show! Social media users share hilarious snaps of melted Easter eggs, burnt hot cross buns and VERY questionable cookies
- People from all over the world have shared their hilarious Easter failures
- Some UK customers woke up yesterday to find their chocolate had melted
- Others overcooked their hot cross buns and didn’t get their cookies right
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While some had the perfect Easter Sunday filled with freshly baked hot cross buns and delicious chocolate eggs, others weren’t so lucky.
Social media users from all over the world have taken to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to share their hilarious Easter failures, from burnt baked goods to melted chocolate eggs.
The gaffes include a very angry looking Easter themed pancake, a chick-shaped meringue that didn’t quite go to plan, and an M&S chocolate egg that melted after it was hidden in the loft.
Here FEMAIL reveals the most entertaining and unfortunate Easter failures the Internet has to offer.
Choccy horror! Dawn, from Ireland, shared this hilarious chocolate in the sun
Get the cookie! This vegan blogger from Germany produced a rather wobbly Easter bunny
Angry Rabbit! Ami, from the UK, couldn’t help but laugh at her hilariously sinister bunny
Easter meets Halloween! Rebecca, from the US, made a bad chocolate pancake
Cackling hell! Southwest London actor Edd Campbell Bird shared a photo of his Easter chicken meringue that didn’t quite go to plan
Poor Percy! Ella, from the UK, was devastated to discover her M&S Easter egg had melted while hidden in the cage
Be careful where you leave your chocolate! Jayd, from the UK, was left with a molten rabbit
Hot cross burned! Carrie, from the UK, was left with extra crispy hot cross buns
Eggellent! Andrew, from Durham, also had to deal with the unusually warm Easter weather
Hoping crazy! This user was left with two squashed faces on his Harry Hopalot chocolate
Happy Ester! Andrew, from the US, shared a photo of his failed Easter decoration
“It’s too late for Percy!” Emma, from the UK, had to say goodbye to her limp Percy Pig