Mum's Attempt At Making Unicorn Cake Ends Up Looking Like A Sex Toy

A mum's home-baking project went a bit pear-shaped as the fancy unicorn cake she attempted to make for her little girl's birthday ended up being compared to a dildo. I mean, as baking feedback goes, that's about as weird as it's going to get, isn't it?

Danielle Adams, 39 from Essex, spent five hours recreating a dairy-free version of a cute unicorn cake her daughter Olivia, 14, had been impressed by after spotting it in a supermarket.

This is how she hoped the unicorn cake would turn out. Credit: Caters
This is how she hoped the unicorn cake would turn out. Credit: Caters

The mum-of-three chose a different colour scheme and after grafting away in the kitchen she finished her creation.

But when she whipped it out at Olivia's birthday party, Danielle's mates couldn't stop laughing - pointing out that it looked a bit like a sex toy.

Danielle Adams' friends thought the cake looked more like a dildo than a unicorn. Credit: Caters
Danielle Adams' friends thought the cake looked more like a dildo than a unicorn. Credit: Caters

What do you reckon? Paul Hollywood would have a meltdown.

One guest told Danielle she couldn't get the cake out in the restaurant and told her she should at least remove the horn.

However, Danielle thinks you all need to get your minds out the gutter.

"I didn't think it looked rude at all," she said. "And I couldn't believe it when my friends who turned up to the meal did.

"We'd gone out for a birthday meal to a restaurant, and there were 14 of us.

"My friends were insisting that I didn't take it out - they found it hilarious, asking whether they should sit on it or eat it.

Danielle made the cake for her daughter Olivia's birthday. Credit: Caters
Danielle made the cake for her daughter Olivia's birthday. Credit: Caters

"They went as far as to say that they felt wrong eating it.

"So, I put it on Facebook and apparently it wasn't only my friends that thought it looked like a dildo.

"Someone asked me if I was a designer for Ann Summers."

Despite the interesting reaction from the grown-ups, Danielle insists that the kids loved it, which is the main thing, right?

She added: "I only baked it because Ronnie-Scott [aged eight] has a diary intolerance and I wanted him to enjoy the cake so I created my own dairy-free option.

"But my love for my kids, Olivia, Ronnie-Scott, and Tommy [17], is exactly why I tried to make it - I'm no Mary Berry, but at least the cake didn't have a soggy bottom!

Despite how it looked, Danielle says the kids loved the cake. Credit: Caters
Despite how it looked, Danielle says the kids loved the cake. Credit: Caters

"They said it was tasty and Olivia thought it was wonderful - I just try my hardest for my kids and despite what my friends and the people online all thought, I was deadly serious.

"I did think some of the comments were absolutely hilarious though as someone asked if I'd posted 'uniporn' on Facebook and some people even asked if I was making any more.

"People asked if it was for a hen party or something similar, but at the end of the day, at least my daughter loved it and didn't see anything other than the unicorn she'd asked for."

Featured Image Credit: Caters

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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