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How do you like yours? – Poached, scrambled, sunny-side up? 

Or how about in the style of Van Gogh's 'The Starry Night'? 

Well, one Instagram user is bringing our breakfasts plates up a level with his intricate works of art made entirely from fried eggs. 

 

Breakfast on the Gogh #LaMañanaEstrellada¿?

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Michele Baldini, a 20-year-old medical student from Mexico, says the idea started when he was experimenting with a simple Yin Yang symbol. 

Since then, the creative chef has gone on to create some of the most incredible designs that look (almost) too good to eat. 

From delicate snowflakes to entire counties, Michele's skills seem to grow and grow as time goes on. 

 

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Sticking with the same background for every photo (a black frying pan), the artist shares his creations on the Instagram account the_eggshibit

Since launching the page just two months ago, Michele has amassed over 8,000 followers, and it's not hard to see why.

Just take a look:

 

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We love our little Instagram obsessions.

From glow in the dark doughnuts, to rainbow houses and mind-bloggling 2D art, there's some pretty cool stuff on the social media site.

And our latest infatuation? Galactic ice cream.

 

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15-year-old teenager Jose (@naturally.jo), is blowing people away with his galactic edible art, and we have to say, we're seriously impressed.

His ice creams and ice pops will amaze you, but his Insta feed has so much more to feast your eyes on.

From cheese cakes, to smoothies and fruit bowls, he makes every single meal into a work of art:

 

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Told you you'd be obsessed.

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There's playing with your food (which obviously your mammy told you to never do), and then there's turning it into something great – a skill one New Yorker has definitely mastered.

Jessie Bearden is a 23-year-old Instagram artist who uses everyday seasonings, sauces and snacks to create incredible portraits of her favourite famous faces. 

What in particular recently caught our eye? A portrait of Caitlyn Jenner, 65, made using Wheaties – the same cereal for which the then Bruce Jenner did promotional work for in the aftermath of the 1976 Olympics.

Below, SHEmazing! takes a tour of the best that Jessie has to offer online. Make sure to look at her Instagram account too.

 

 

Caitlyn Jenner is created from breakfast cereal:

 

A spaghetti John Lennon:

 

Chocolate and coffee flavoured ice creams make for a great Rihanna:

 

A sugary Adam Levine of Maroon 5:

 

This Jay Z was made from mustard and ketchup:

 

Sergeant Pepper: The Beatles – as created by salt and pepper:

 

And John Lennon courtesy of a bagel and cream cheese:

 

Still the king! A sticky, Hershey's syrup Elvis:

 

Jimi Hendrix is brought back to life with popcorn:

 

Beyonce combined with coloured frosting:

 

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