A new food trend is rocking Instagram right now and we just can't stop looking at it! Say hello to mermaid toast.


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Started by a food stylist named Adeline Waugh, the trend is seriously going to brighten up your mornings. Who doesn't like good looking food after all? "My goal is to take healthy food and make it fun and exciting, brightening it up with a few (or many) pops of color,” Waugh told Vogue. All she does is mixes cream cheese with spirulina powder for blue and chlorophyll drops for green - and voila! A delicious and good-looking breakfast. You can also make different colored toast by using beet juice for pink, turmeric root for yellow and orange or freeze-dried blueberry powder for purple. You can find the mermaid toast recipe on Adeline Waugh's blog.

More info: vibrantandpure.com (h/t: vogue)

#2 Mermaid Toast

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Sue Z Q 3 months ago

Who knew mold could be so artsy!

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#3 Mermaid Toast

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Bobby Beebe 3 months ago

This one is more like unicorn toast to me

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#4 Mermaid Toast

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LizzyM 3 months ago

I'd call this piece "dog poo on your lawn"

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#5 Mermaid Toast

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LizzyM 3 months ago

Moldy smurf cu... drool. Whatevs

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#6 Mermaid Toast

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AnimalLover1117 3 months ago

That looks good :p

#7 Mermaid Toast

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KB 3 months ago

This is the same as #2 and it is also in post #1. 😇

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#9 Mermaid Toast

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Raquel Bacardi 3 months ago

Just don't freak out when your poo turns green and blue.

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#10 Mermaid Toast

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LizzyM 3 months ago

He isn't very creative with colours is he? The fourth moldy white/blue/green-ish toast. Yuck! I prefer cheese or chicken or jam (without mold!) on toast

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