This gorgeous Instagram feed turns toast into works of art, and we are both hungry *and* amazed
A food stylist from Miami created an Instagram feed for toast – and it’s almost too pretty to eat.
Adeline Waugh, 26, sent the internet into a frenzy after uploading a photo of pastel-colored toast with the tag #ToastTheRainbow. Fans of her feed immediately took to calling it Unicorn Toast, and we think it’s worthy of the name.
Waugh uses only all-natural ingredients to color her toast, Cosmopolitan reports. Freeze-dried blueberries, beet juice, and tumeric route give the cream cheese its dreamy pastel colors, but don’t alter the taste.
“It looks pretty, but it just tastes like a piece of toast with cream cheese,” Waugh told Cosmopolitan.
It’s normal to spend 20 minutes creating a collage of toast photos, right? @cosmopolitan did a story on me and my work as a food stylist & photographer + all the info on colorful unicorn toast! Check it out: link in bio 🎉 #toasttherainbow #toast #abmlifeiscolorful #acolorstory
A photo posted by Adeline🔸Vibrant&Pure Wellness (@vibrantandpure) on Nov 2, 2016 at 10:03am PDT
In just one year, Waugh turned her gorgeous and colorful feed into a career.
"After endless practice and really honing in on my own aesthetic, companies started reaching out to me to style, photograph, and create for them," she told Cosmo.
A photo posted by Adeline🔸Vibrant&Pure Wellness (@vibrantandpure) on Oct 20, 2016 at 10:07am PDT
Waugh's feed features a lot more than toast: You'll also find salads, smoothies, and plates of colorful fruits and veggies.
The feed proves that healthy food CAN be beautiful.
This feed proves that healthy food CAN be beautiful.