The homemade baker's attempt of a unicorn pie has Internet in stitches

The baker from Australia, recently shared a photo on Facebook revealing a pink and white cake with red eyes, a red mouth and a red and blue horn

Unicorn cake has been a hit among the online baking community in recent months, with thousands of knowledgeable home cooks taking up the challenge.

And while many have succeeded, others must still master the intricate dessert.

An amusing Australian woman recently tried using clay pastels from supermarkets and was left with a "scary" creation complete with red eyes, clown mouth and an unstable horn.

& # 39; My unicorn try haha! All suggestions are welcome. Fortunately, this was a test, "he wrote on Facebook along with a snapshot of the failed cake.

While some appreciated the woman's efforts, others quickly mocked her.

The baker from Australia, recently shared a photo on Facebook revealing a pink and white cake with red eyes, a red mouth and a red and blue horn

The baker from Australia, recently shared a photo on Facebook revealing a pink and white cake with red eyes, a red mouth and a red and blue horn

A woman, Kirsty wrote: "Omg this has made my night, I'm laughing so much that I have tears."

While another, Lauren intervened saying: "It's great! My husband is even laughing.

& # 39; My gawwwd (sic) is funny … Unicorn from hell … & # 39; A third, Pennyann added.

This is the unicorn pie (pictured) the woman's attempt seems to be modeled on

This is the unicorn pie (pictured) the woman's attempt seems to be modeled on

This is the unicorn pie (pictured) the woman's attempt seems to be modeled on

Some also offered their thoughts on what they thought the cake really was.

One person said he looked like a "cat with a tail" while another said "I thought it was Spiderman for a second".

Some were also worried that the cake would look a bit on the "bad side", with a person even coming up with a suggestion on how to remedy this.

"Maybe buy a prefabricated unicorn horn and maybe avoid red and blue together, they wrote.

& # 39; Pretty strong colors that lend the awesome devilish aspect to Halloween!

"I would hate to see my attempt at a unicorn later this month," they added before saying "wish me luck."

The woman who shared a photo of the cake said that her attempt was "fortunately a trial".

The woman who shared a photo of the cake said that her attempt was "fortunately a trial".

The woman who shared a photo of the cake said that her attempt was "fortunately a trial".

"He looks like an evil cat," said one person rather sharply, "but I'm sure he'll know."

While another added: "This is what nightmares are made of."

Although the cake was not as good as it could have been, many congratulated the woman for her attempt.

One woman, Amy, wrote: "Made with love, so it's amazing in my opinion."

"I'll try to make you feel better," Sarai wrote, "It's better than I've ever done."

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