Caroline Gerdes
Updated Feb 03, 2015 @ 11:21 am
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From hamsters having itty-bitty birthday parties to teeny tiny sushi jewelry on Etsy, the Internet loves mini cuisine. One miniature-obsessed YouTube user, AAAjoken is making the rounds on the Interwebs after cooking the world’s smallest breakfast in a dollhouse-sized working kitchen. The results are delicious and adorable!

Using a bit of olive oil, a little egg and impossibly small sausages, the YouTube video features a scrumptious tiny breakfast tutorial, complete with a few drops of tea, that will leave you wanting seconds, thirds . . . or even 100s!

So, how was AAAjoken able to make such petite portions? He used a line of working tiny kitchen products, of course! Japanese company Bandai made a line of tiny kitchen toys called Konapun from 2007 to 2009.

Apparently, the toys were made with fake food in mind, but AAAjoken proves you can make very real — and very little — meals with them.