Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

If you haven’t already jumped on the Insta­gram band­wagon, Idafrosk’s whim­si­cal food art is rea­son enough to hop on board. The Nor­we­gian photographer/foodie draws inspi­ra­tion from every­day life to serve up a daily stream of amaz­ing break­fast art using ingre­di­ents found in her kitchen.

Here are a few favorites…

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Up In the Air (With Blind Passenger)

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Happy Valen­tines Day Lovebirds

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Holy Break­fast, Batman!

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Fly Me To the Moon

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Sail Away With Me, Honey!

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Fish­ing For Compliments

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

To All the Moth­ers Out There, Past And Present

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Lit­tle Red Straw­berry Rid­ing in the Hood

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

The Sun­rise Yogurt & Gra­nola ‘Ice Cream’

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

The White Whale

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

How Now, Brown Cow?

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

Crazy Like A British Scone Fox

 

Amazing Instagram Breakfast Art by Idafrosk

The Black(berry) Sheep

Fol­low Idafrosk on Insta­gram to see more of her amaz­ing break­fast art!

  • http://twitter.com/idafrosk Ida Skivenes

    Hello Char­lotte! Thank you so much for fea­tur­ing my food art on your lovely blog, I’m honored. :)

  • katka vesela

    fun! :)

  • http://twitter.com/MotherofGooses Erin McDon­ald

    That black(berry) sheep takes the cake!

  • beth reynolds

    These are awe­some!!! I logged on plan­ning to search for snack ideas for the chil­dren in the after­school pro­gram where I work– the theme I’m plan­ning right now is “Things That Fly”. I was stumped for snack ideas per­tain­ing to that theme until I saw this– thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!! Is there a link any­where with instruc­tions & ingre­di­ents used? It’s pretty obvi­ous to me, how­ever I have to pro­vide a list of sup­plies needed & instruc­tions for my staff mem­bers, & if there is already one I could copy & paste it would help me even more…now I just have to decide between the rocket, the hot air bal­loon, or the birds. Tough deci­sion– as they are all adorable!

  • beth reynolds

    Iva you rock!!! These have helped me so much with my les­son plans!!!

  • Martha Rule

    Had to fol­low, thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.facebook.com/bliss.foster Bliss Fos­ter

    I think this is just an artist that works through Insta­gram. I don’t think she posts instruc­tions because she doesn’t plan any­thing. She usu­ally just goes off the mate­ri­als she has on hand at the time.

  • http://www.firstsightdaily.blogspot.com/ claude

    nice!

  • http://twitter.com/idafrosk Ida Skivenes

    Hi! I just wanted to “chime in” here and tell you that I’m not really an artist per se, just a happy ama­teur who loves food and play­ful things. I have a 9-to-5 job doing some­thing com­pletely dif­fer­ent (sta­tis­tics). It’s quite right that I at the moment gen­er­ally don’t post instruc­tions but the ingre­di­ents are always listed in hash­tags directly beneath the title on Insta­gram. Some of the food art is explained on my web­side http://www.idafrosk.com, and in the future I will try to post more! Right now I’m sim­ply too busy. :)

  • http://twitter.com/idafrosk Ida Skivenes

    How won­der­ful to hear! If there are spe­cific things you are won­der­ing about, feel free to send me an email at ida@idafrosk.com. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/kongchoonyen Kong Choon Yen

    Love this. So cre­ative and I don’t know if I ever wanted to eat that. Too nice to eat.

  • http://twitter.com/VinkDesign Vink Design

    Great idea! Kids will love these

  • Lynda

    So very cute!!! Adorable ideas. Meals just got more invit­ing for the kids!

  • tavette

    With a name like Ida — you had to be Scan­dana­vian! I’m from Swedish & Dan­ish par­ents and live in sunny South Florida. My father used to tease that we girls were Nor­we­gian because that’s what a Swede/Danish com­bi­na­tion would be. :)

    Your break­fast designs are awe­some. I laughed a lot. I’m going to try and find you on line as I don’t do insta­gram or face­book. I’d love to see some of your other creations.

    Bon­nie
    tavette01@gmail.com

  • Vany Cha­gas Jacintho

    Amei tudo!