Do you ever wonder how Ariel makes toast under the sea? Well, obviously she doesn't or she'd probably electrocute herself and every creature underwater when she tries plugging in a toaster. But being the innovative creatures that we are, we've come up with Mermaid Toast. Okay, so we didn't do it, someone else did, but we're talking about it cause it's simply amaze-balls, and we totally wish we'd come up with it ourselves! So after years of butter a plain burnt piece of toast, are you ready to try something that is insanely good?
You can thank food stylist and author Adeline Waugh from Miami, Florida for Mermaid Toast!
She has taken the concept of conventional toast to a whole new level of weird, but in a good way. After all, if multicolored mermaid hair is a trendy thing, why can’t the same principle be added on to toast?
The best part of it is that it's so easy to make, you'll kick yourself for not figuring it out yourself.
All you need is some cream cheese, regular or almond milk cream cheese will work just fine. You’ll also need some spirulina powder, some chlorophyll drops, and of course, the obvious, a piece of toasted bread and a butter knife.
You can actually create swirly blue toast simply by adding this to regular cream cheese.
Blue green algae powder might sound gross, but it’s actually not that bad at all or Adeline wouldn’t be using it in her cream cheese to make all kinds of oceanic swirls to her toast.
As a food stylist, Adeline likes to have fun and be creative with her food.
Is it practical to play around in the kitchen? Absolutely! How else are you going to get something as rainbow colored and pretty like this.
There's not wrong way or right way of creating the different colors.
It’s more of a trial and error kind of an experiment to create different pigmented colors, bit by bit, until you get the results you want.