You'll Never Guess Which Breakfast Food Was Used to Recreate These Famous Pieces of Art

Sarah Rosado is a self-taught artist based in Manhattan, New York, who has done something pretty incredible with her breakfast—she's recreated some of the world's most famous paintings using nothing but oatmeal.

Yep, that's right!

Sarah told Sweety High that each piece takes anywhere from six to nine hours depending on the size and amount of detail in the piece. Take a look at some of her intricate oat art below!

 

"The Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci: 

Oatmeal that looks like the Mona Lisa

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

"Self-Portrait" by Vincent van Gogh

Self-portrait of Vincent Van Gough made out of oatmeal

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

 

"The Kiss" by Klimt

"The Kiss" by Klimt made out of art

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

 

"Composition C (No.III) With Red, Yellow And Blue" by Piet Mondrian

"Composition with Yellow, Blue, and Red" by Piet Mondrian

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

 

"The Creation of Adam" by Michelangelo

"The Creation of Adam" oatmeal art

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

 

"The Starry Night" by Vincent van Gogh

"The Starry Night" by Vincent van Gogh

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

 

"Girl with a Pearl Earring" by Johannes Vermeer

"Girl with a Pearl Earring"

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

 

"The Scream" by Edvard Munch

"The Scream" by Edvard Munch oatmeal art

(Photo Credit: Sarah Rosado)

 

Creative much? For girls inspired to craft items equally as magical, follow Sarah's sound advice: "Be fearless, take challenges, fly without boundaries and go where your ideas take you, because in the end there will be many surprises."

 

Sarah isn't the only artist creating incredible art with food. Check out how one innovative Instagram user has moved us with THESE fashion and celebrity-inspired desserts!