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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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Poached, scrambled, and now… cat-shaped.

Your Sunday morning Instagram feed could be about to get a lot cuter, because cat-shaped fried eggs are a thing now and the internet is having something of a meltdown.

The idea was created by foodie Cindy Ho who is also the creator of her own food blog – fittingly titled Egg Addiction.

Her silicone fried-egg moulds will allow brunch-lovers to easily whip up feline-shaped eggs, simply by pouring the egg white into the mould and plopping two yolks in for eyes.

The catch? Cindy's idea is still only in production, and though she has finally landed on the perfect prototype she needs the internet's help to make cat-shaped eggs a reality.

Not to worry though, as Cindy's Kickstarter page has already raised an incredible €64,000, ten times more than her original goal.

"Although a Cat Fried Egg Mould may seem like a simple product, the actual design process was pretty tedious and complicated," Cindy explains.

"I have about 100 more prototypes in a huge box in my kitchen pantry. I have tested many different Cat Fried Egg Moulds and COOKED EVEN MORE EGGS than I have ever in my lifetime."

The fact that any investment over €10.60 will also earn you your own mould (shipped to anywhere in the world) is no doubt one of the main reasons why Cindy's fundraising has gone so well.

Any donations over €16.70 will secure you some other extras, too, like a smaller egg mould for quail eggs (fancy) and personalised postcards sent from Cindy's home in San Francisco.

You'll have to move quickly though, as the page will close on November 13.

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