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Check out this tasty breakfast art you can eat...

Check out these tasty works of art! They're made by Norwegian artist Ida Skivenes out of the things she has for breakfast - toast, pancakes, yoghurt and jam!
Check out this tasty work of art! It's part of a whole gallery of edible masterpieces by Norwegian artist and blogger Ida Skivenes.
Ida Skivenes's lion made out of fruit.
Here the house from Disney Pixar's film 'Up' is lifted off the ground by grapes!
Ida Frosk's art
After she's finished, Ida takes a picture of what she's created and uploads it to photo sharing site Instagram. Her photos have proved very popular, attracting more than 90,000 followers.
Ida Skivenes's art.
Ida's even had a go at re-creating some of the world's most famous buildings out of toast! Here's the Sydney Opera House in Australia.
Ida Skivenes's art.
No prizes for guessing what this is!
Ida Skivenes's art.
Ida, who lives in Oslo, arranges fruit, toast, pancakes, jam, chocolate spread, yoghurt and a whole host of other food to make her artwork.
Ida Skivenes's art.
Lettuce leaves and cheese helped Ida represent the fairytale of The Princess and the Pea.
Ida Skivenes's art.
Of course, Ida's art doesn't stick around for long! Once they've been photographed, the masterpieces get gobbled up! Yum!
Ida Skivenes's art.
You may recognise this one too! It's based on Vincent Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers'. Ida's version was made with yoghurt, passionfruit jam, apricots, raisins and figs.
Ida Skivenes's art.
Most meals takes Ida between five and 15 minutes to make, but her art toasts can take half an hour or more!
Ida Skivenes's art
Ida's also made her own versions of famous works of art. Here's 'The Persistence of Memory' by Salvador Dali.
Ida Skivenes's art.