Mrs Hinch leaves the internet in shock with very bizarre dinner recipe

Mrs Hinch left the internet rather confused when she shared a sneak peek of her culinary skills on Instagram this week.

The cleaning influencer is known for her spick and span Essex home and amazing cleaning tips (opens in new tab) but left the internet baffled when she showed off her cooking abilities.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, shared a recipe for what she dubbed the "quickest pie ever" but while it went down a treat with her one-year-old son Ronnie (opens in new tab), many fans were less than impressed.

In the clip, Mrs Hinch instructed her followers to combine two fried eggs, spaghetti hoops or beans, cheese and spinach to make a pot pie.

The former hairdresser, who recently opened up about suffering from health issues (opens in new tab), can then be seen emptying a whole pot of spaghetti hoops into an oven dish, followed by cheese and spinach, before repeating the process and topping the creation with mashed potato.

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If that wasn't enough, more spaghetti hoops and spinach are added along with two fried eggs.

After a while in the oven, she took the dish out and showed fans the finished product.

And not long after, fans rushed to social media to rant about Hinch's slightly odd recipe.

One outraged fan shared the video on Twitter, writing, 'It’s been over 24 hours and yet my mind is still consumed by the chaotic slop Mrs Hinch had for her lunch yesterday.'

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Another added, 'I would expect this to be served in prison," while a third sarcastic Twitter user said: "Her cooking is 2020 in a dish!'

A fourth commented, 'And A decorative layer of .. spinach? A national disgrace.'

This isn't the first time one of Mrs Hinch's recipes has caused uproar, as last month she made Cheesestring cottage pie, when she'd realised she'd run out of cheese.

Sharing a picture of her creation on Instagram, she wrote, 'Made a cottage pie tonight, then realised I had no cheese. So my cheese strings to the rescue.'

One person wrote on Twitter, 'I didn’t think her Cheesestring cottage pie could be beaten as the worst scran in history and yet ....... here we are.'

Hayley Minn

Hayley is a Celebrity Features Editor with more than five years' experience in online and magazines. She currently looks after all things celebrity for Woman, Woman’s Own, Woman’s Weekly, Woman & Home, and Goodto.com. Before joining Future, Hayley spent a year as a TV reporter for Mirror Online and a year and a half as a showbiz and TV reporter for OK! Online - but was forced to write about tech and cars for a year before that, despite knowing nothing about either!.