This baking tutorial sure went a-rye.

A woman’s bread-making demonstration during the coronavirus quarantine backfired hilariously after she inadvertently tipped over the cutting board and ended up with a faceful of flour. The splat-tacular mishap can be seen in a viral Facebook video that has nabbed more than 8.8 million views since it was posted May 6.

The uproarious clip, which is cheekily titled “The new way to make bread lol,” starts off with the unnamed baker — whose country of origin is unspecified — kneading dough and sprinkling it with flour as she explains the steps in Spanish. However, her cooking demo goes south when she attempts to use a rolling pin on her precariously placed cutting board, causing it to catapult a bowl full of flour directly into her face.

The clip concludes with the embarrassed host cursing in Spanish and motioning for the camera person to stop recording.

The would-be Martha Stewart’s cooking calamity has become a hit with the social-media masses, racking up over a half-million shares and almost 75,000 comments.

Baking blunders have become a viral trend as stay-at-home cooks attempt to entertain themselves during lockdown — or replicate their favorite dishes from now-shuttered restaurants with disastrous results.

An attempt to make a Key lime pie literally blew up in this amateur pastry chef’s face. And one woman’s chocolate-filled banana bread turned out looking like something that was exhumed from the rubble of a volcanic eruption.

Then there are the woman whose banana bread resembled a brick more than a loaf and the misshapen pizza that looks like it was dropped face-down on the floor.

But the crown jewels of cooking catastrophes could be these budding bakers’ genital-evoking macarons and cookies in need of censorship.

Source: nypost.com/feed