Most of us like to see cute stuff. However, when the food is too cute to eat, I am not sure what kind of feeling I should have especially when I am hungry. We have featured many edible art which just looks too adorable and you just can’t make that bite. Today, we will show you some amazing edible food art from Song Rattanakosate, which comprise entire dishes, both savory and sweet, with different ingredients serving their own visual purpose in the cute scenes. Fruit, rice, bread, salmon, bacon, egg, Song uses all kinds of food and her imagination to create below adorable food. And you can find more about Rattanakosate’s delectable meals on her popular Instagram account.
Japanese is famous for their crazy invention as well as cute creation and among their food art, cat is one of the most popular topics. And today, we will bring you a too cute to be eaten desserts created by A Japanese duo – a web designer Laura and her mother Caroline who want to celebrate their traditional culture and passion for pets and sweets by combining them into an adorable creation. This cute candy cats who are napping around a traditional table is made of nerikiri – a special Japanese sweet, and has a lot of details added on. I am not sure who would like to eat them. They are just too adorable to be eaten.
Peaceloving Pax, the doctor and amateur food artist created below super adroable riceball which probably no one want to actually eat them. Inspired by cute bento pictures on Instagram, Pax tried to create some cute food herself. Started with panda family rice balls and curry lunch box, Pax fell in love with making thoes food hence her continued this hobby and collected the pictures of her creations. From Totoro to Star War, you can find a lot cute and nerdy charcters in her creation. Here are some of our favorite and you can go ther her instagram page for more.
Also, if you are interested in these kind of food creation, do check our posts about “edible art“.
If you happen to be a cat owner, you probably see the moment when your furry friend tucks their paws underneath their body and looks like a loaf of bread that just came out of the oven. Got inspiration from that, Yorkshire baker “Lou Lou P’s Delights” made an adorable cat loaf based on this pose. Using an ordinary bread recipe, she molded and formed the dough into a easily-recognizable cat body. Then she draw a sleepy cat face on the head to add more cuteness to the loaf. Now, the problem becomes would you be able to eat that adorable loaf?