- People have shared their most hilarious festive food fails in a gallery online
- Amateur bakers have shared their expectations versus the finished result
- Others got experimental producing a sprout G&T and a candy cane pizza
It’s the season to be jolly, but these terrible festive food fails might make you feel queasy instead.
Photos of some of the funniest Christmas treats that look anything but appetising have been shared online, and they may dampen your holiday cheer.
From a misguided daughter who served her mother a gin and tonic containing Brussel sprouts to a foolhardy cook who melted candy canes all over a pizza, these pictures show off the worst festive food and drink.
With homemade monstrosities and Christmas delights that didn’t live up to expectation, these fails are enough to make you say ho-ho-no this year.
People have been sharing photos of their festive food fails including this brownie which appeared at little lacklustre in the decoration department
Lifting the lid off this mince pie revealed that perhaps it isn’t as luxurious as its packaging suggests
One experimental chef decided that candy canes would make the perfect festive topping for his pizza
The results proved to be rather less appetising, with candy canes merging to make one merry mess
One mother asked her eldest to make her a festive gin and tonic and was less than impressed when her glass was delivered with sprouts as a garnish
This chocolate covered sweet potato with cranberries and blueberries as a topping is certainly an alternative to the traditional turkey
In the absence of candy canes, having presumably decorated his pizza with them, this Twitter user placed a frozen pizza on his tree
One customer felt as though their Starbucks reindeer cookie was a more accurate depiction of an octopus
An aspiring baker attempted to produce a Nutella Christmas tree – but was a little disappointed with the result
The finished result of these Christmas tree muffins is a far cry from this baker’s inspiration
This chocolate depiction of St Nicholas resembled something a little less appetising
Courtesy: Daily Mail Online