In case you haven’t noticed, food art has become a bit of an obsession ’round these parts. We already showed you graphic designer Monica Ramos’ anthropological food sketches. And maybe you’ve seen Lucky Peach’s Travel Issue cover art by Christopher Boffoli, or Philip Hass’ gigantic statues made of produce. Today, we’re taking you to Norway to check out a different kind of food art from Ida Frosk, whose talent involves crafting folk colorful arrangements out of actual food (and yes, her Instagram is sensational).

From toasts with bear faces, to replications of “The Persistence of Memory” and Kandinsky works on breakfast pastries, Frosk adds a five-day roundup of beyond-intricate breakfast items to her blog each week. (Look closely in some of the photos to see her strong sock game.) She’s gotten some attention in her own country for the project, even appearing Good Morning Norway to showcase her vibrant—and actually appetizing—creations.

Click through the gallery above to see some of Frosk’s best edible canvases, then check out her blog here.