Finally, we get a little insight into the process, and it looks like a whole lot o’ fun. Just like we used to roll colorful bagels with our childhood Play-Doh sets. Of course, we ate those with no cream cheese. Gangsta!
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Artist Nady Nadhira‘s illustrations are cute enough on their own. However, when the drawings are completed with the appropriate snack or candy, they reach new levels of adorbz.
Biscuits become Pac-man, M&Ms are the balloons that lift the Up house, and Oreos are used for eyes — the art is fun to look at and I want to eat it right now. See more below and over at Instagram.
The Bagel Store in Brooklyn wants to brighten up your morning. Their rainbow bagels are here to replace your boring beige breakfast rings — adding so much color to your morning, that you’ll swear they were spawn from the butts of unicorns.
Also available, is an arsenal of cream cheeses to complement your colorful bagel — including Birthday Cake and Cinnamon Toast Crunch flavor. Check them out here.
Netflix and Chill is currently the hottest national pastime. The only thing that this activity doesn’t account for, is what’s for snacks after the ‘chill’ part.
Artist Tisha Cherry is on it with Netflix and Chili. Not only does Tisha do her thing, which is to play with food, but by replacing ‘chill’ with ‘chili,’ you might actually finish an episode of Breaking Bad. You can always chill later.
There’s something about another human growing inside of them, that wreaks havoc on a pregnant woman’s food cravings. Eating For Two is a cookbook that’s all about these odd meals.
Not only does the project focus on actual food cravings from participating pregnant women — but they style the Bacon Mars Bar Burger and Toothpaste Oreos as if they’re gourmet, and provide the recipe for each. Just in case you’re with human.
See more below and here.