Easter is among a handful of holidays that features cakes and other pastries. My family usually has a bunny cake to celebrate Easter with since there a lot of kids and easy to make. Yet, you also have other motifs such as eggs, chicks, baskets, and flowers. Some may take a more religious motif such as crosses and an empty tomb. Yes, Easter is the time for such cute and colorful confections associated with spring and the resurrection. Now I can go on and on about the lovely professionally made cakes out there. But I know that none of you would be interested since those cakes won’t be worth making fun of. Instead, I’ll compile a post pertaining to some of the great caketastrophes mostly because many of them are unintentionally funny as well as fun to laugh at. Now these cakes are professionally made which you’d find in a store. So for your pleasure, here are some of the great Easter cake blunders that would make Peter Rabbit puke.
1. We begin with the celebration of new life as a chick emerges from its shell.
Okay, I know real chicks aren’t cute and fluffy when just out of the egg. Yet, this one seems to induce nightmares.
2. Of course, you can’t do anything wrong with a basket cake.
Now that’s a real basket case if you ask me. More like a muppet with roses instead of eyes. Of course, he can’t really smell the roses for he’s wearing rose colored glasses. Also, how long did this decorator realize that this cake was upside down?
3. When it comes to whether the chicken or the egg came first, this baker has the answer.
So it was the chicken sperm that came first. Definitely not age appropriate material for an Easter cake, especially in a family setting.
4. For those more religiously inclined, this Easter cross is for you.
You call that a cross? Seriously, how hard is it to mess up on a cross cake. I mean that’s just ungodly hideous for God’s sake.
5. For those who love Easter and Angry Birds, this is the cake for you.
Of course, green pigs might want to stay away from this one. Nevertheless, she’s bringing sexy quack.
6. Now we get to bunny cakes, hope nothing can go wrong with that.
Spiked whiskers? That’s just freaky. Seriously, couldn’t they use a different kind of icing for that?
7. Happy Easter from the chick with the chipmunk cheeks.
And from what I can tell, he seems quite amazed by all the food in his midst. Oh, I forgot, he is food.
8. Once upon a time, a group of bunny rabbits found a field filled with the most enormous carrots.
Unfortunately, the field was located near the Waltz Mill Westinghouse nuclear power plant which experienced a major meltdown during the 1970s. Let’s just say it really messed up a lot of rabbit genetics and leave it at that.
9. Happy Easter from Angry Big Bird.
Sorry, kids, but you’ve come at a really bad time to ask Big Bird on how to get to Sesame Street. Seriously, you don’t want to see him when he’s angry.
10. Nothing says Easter like a field of giant carrots rising up and eating all the bunnies.
Seriously, since when did anyone think of cupcakes depicting bunny eating carrots would be great for Easter? I mean was this decorator on drugs?
11. Happy Easter from the Snidely Whiplash bunny with twist ties on its neck.
I’d really hate to see what this bunny is up to. Seems like it wants to tie somebody on the railroad tracks while in sight of an oncoming train.
12. Rejoice and be glad! For He has risen! Or not.
Since when is an RIP tombstone an appropriate motif for an Easter cake. I mean those who know about Jesus know his tomb resembled a small cave, not something you’d see in a cemetery.
13. This little chick must watch out or else be Pac-Man’s supper.
Okay, I know this is supposed to be a cake depicting a chick hatching from an egg. Yet, this more or less looks like a decorated Pac Man gone rogue for some reason.
14. Of course, you can’t go wrong with a lamb cake this Easter Season.
Yet, this one somehow manages to get impaled with an American flag. How adorable! Not. I’d hate to see the national implications there.
15. Of course, while lambs are seen as tranquil and innocent animals, this isn’t always the case.
Apparently, this lamb saw other lambs smoking and thought it was cool. Of course, little did it know it would lead to lungs filled with tar, on the other hand.
16. Of course, if you don’t like animals, then Easter egg cakes are a viable choice.
Then again, perhaps Easter isn’t the time of year that calls for cakes with subliminal imagery, especially for events with kids around. They may not understand.
17. Happy Easter and all bow down to the dreaded Easter Bunny holding the sacred carrots.
Abandon all hope for ye who enter here. Boy, I think someone might want to call the Bunny exorcist here because this rabbit seems possessed.
18. Seems like the Easter Bunny needs to trim his claws before he scares the children away.
Recounting the rabbit’s face, this won’t happen anytime soon. Also needs to do something about that hump.
19. Happy Easter from the bunny who wants to hop in and bite your face off.
Yes, this rabbit seems like the kind to give you nightmares. You might want to have the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch in handy, just in case.
20. Happy Easter from the newly hatched chick from an Easter egg.
Reminds me of what the Genie said in Aladdin, “PHENOMENAL COSMIC POWERS!! Itty bitty living space.” Also, don’t like the look on that chick’s face.
21. Evil Easter Bunny bestows his greetings. So hop to it or else.
I don’t know about you, but perhaps using jelly beans for facial features may not be a good idea. Seriously, this bunny looks more like a hare out of Hell.
22. I’m sure an Easter bunny cookie cake would make a great dessert for the whole family.
I don’t know about you but there’s something odd about that bunny that greatly disturbs me. Perhaps it’s rising to the occasion or bursting forth with glorious song if you know what I mean.
23. Happy Easter courtesy of the Incredible Hulk Chick.
Seems like the gamma rays really spread to the barnyard variety have they? Nevertheless, the only way you can tell it’s supposed to be the chick is due to the plastic.
24. Nothing commemorates Jesus’ resurrection like splattery tie dye and carrots on the cross.
Well, a tie dye resurrection cake could be all rights when it pertains to a theatrical celebration of Jesus Christ: Superstar. As with the carrots, well, they’re not cruciferous vegetables.
25. Easter egg or a slice of giant old pepperoni?
Well, it’s hard to say but judging by how the dotted orange egg isn’t a great oval, I’d go with the old pepperoni.
26. Of course, when it comes to eggs, their simple oval shape shouldn’t be difficult to depict on a cake.
Wait a minute. That’s no Easter egg. That’s an Easter themed Christmas tree. Seriously, apparently who ever made this cake doesn’t seem to understand basic geometry.
27. We all know that the Easter Bunny delivers eggs to children at Easter but did you know he also has his own carrot car?
Then again, this might not be a great artistic rendition. Also, why does the Easter Bunny have a mustache in this and carries an expression as if he’s been in an accident?
28. Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you, Electro Egg.
Yes, this is Electro Egg. And by the look of his face, someone is bound for a shocker, literally.
29. Happy Easter from the cutest yellow chick from your nightmares!
Now the more you look at this chick the creepier it looks for some reason. Seriously, it’s freaking me out right now.
30. This cake depicts a chick because we all know it’s one of the few Easter animals that say, “Peep Peep.”
Yet, from how I see it, it seems like a freakish yellow seahorse to me. Or possibly a weird banana with eyes or a swan. Then again, it may well be an alien from outer space for all we know.
31. Happy Easter from the -wait a minute are those, boobs? What happened to its arms then?
Now I know that the decorator intended those to be arms. Yet, when you look at it, you have to wonder whether such confection is appropriate for children.
32. Behold, all hail our Cute Overlord, Moldy Puffs Pickle-Ears.
Is it just me or do green Easter Bunny cakes just seem disgusting to you? Well, it does to me and I don’t think this bunny’s thoughts are all that innocent.
33. Nothing says Easter than a cake with a volcano design.
Hate to imagine what that bunny is doing to that egg. Nevertheless, why use a volcano cake for Easter? Oh, it’s supposed to be an egg, but I’m not sure if I can believe that.
34. May I present to you the Easter, what the hell is this?
Now I know this is supposed to be an Easter cake since it contains spring motifs like bunnies and flowers. Yet, I don’t know if I can tell whether this is a stool or a Shinto shrine.
35. Nothing says Easter like a chick who can’t quite get out of its Easter egg.
Apparently, this decorator should’ve just stuck with the egg and left it at that. Having a chick come out of it is all the more disturbing for some reason.
36. Happy Easter from your beloved Easter Bunny from Hell!
Seems like this cake decorator had some traumatic encounter with a costumed Easter Bunny as a kid at the mall. Totally understandable but this doesn’t stop such image from haunting children’s dreams.
37. Though we all know that Easter commemorates Jesus’ resurrection, but did you know that there were two bunnies holding eggs near the cross during his crucifixion?
Yes, I know the Cross is a popular Easter motif as well as bunnies and eggs. But just because some symbols may belong on the same holiday doesn’t mean they go together. I mean there’s a reason why we don’t include Santa in the nativity scene on Christmas for God’s sake.
38. While Lambs are supposed to be sweet and innocent, this lamb is a whole different story.
Yes, this lamb may be young and spring born. But it seems to have murder on the mind and is probably the black sheep of the family in a metaphorical sense.
39. Nothing says Easter than a cake depicting a rabbit from a science experiment gone bad.
Okay, this cake was decorated by a person who A. has never seen a rabbit, B. is on drugs, C. was influenced by drawings of Dr. Seuss or other weird illustrators, or D. all of the above.
40. I now give you, Bunny Bugs.
I’m not sure why the decorator thought such concept was a good idea. They just look like pink worms with bunny heads. Disgusting.
41. Since Jesus is the Lamb of God, then it’s only fitting to have a lamb on the cross.
Now how in the hell is that a cross? If not, then what the hell is it? Then again, it reminds me of something but I’m not sure if this is the kind of post to disclose it.
42. Nothing says Easter like, cookies of gingerbread men?
Of course, Easter does revolve around the themes of resurrection and new life so it’s only fitting. The gingerbread men represent the decaying corpses on the ground while the carrot and rabbit symbolize the new life coming out from them.
43. You can’t celebrate Easter without a cake of the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog.
Sure it may seem like a harmless bunny but as Tim the Enchanter said, “That’s no ordinary rabbit! That’s the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on!” Make sure you have the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch in handy.
44. Nothing says Easter like a cake depicting a cross of green.
Oh, my bad, that’s Saint Patrick’s Day. Of course, while the Saint Paddy’s motifs are obvious, it apparently didn’t sell by March 17. So it’s marketed as an Easter cake instead.
45. Of course, you can’t have Easter without a cake depicting a rabbit’s posterior in its natural habitat.
Let’s just say, I don’t understand the appeal of butt cakes and never will. Still, where’s the rest of the rabbit for God’s sake?