We've all seen the Women's Weekly Children's Birthday Cake Book at least once in our lives.
Whether you've made one of the cakes yourself, or simply flipped through it for some ideas, you definitely would have seen it.
It's an Australian icon!
There are plenty of amazing cakes in this book, including the duck with a bill made out of chips:
And the race cars, spinning around a race track:
Now, the creator of this Aussie book has revealed which cake was the hardest to make and thinks that those who own her book, shouldn't even bother trying to re-create.
During an interview with ABC News, Pamela Clarke said that the tip tuck was a "b*tch of a cake" and that readers shouldn't bother with it!
"Oh! Tip Truck Cake. B*tch of a cake, don't make it unless you're really desperate.
"[Children's Birthday Cake Book editor] Mrs. S wanted a truck and I was given the task of doing it. It was almost a feat of engineering.
"She loved it and it was photographed and, in fact, given a double page spread in the book. The weight of the top would just break all the cake.
"Don't go there. Glue the pages together. Forget it!"
Watch the full video below and check out Pamela's favourite cake from the entire book:
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