There’s no shortage of impressive #FoodPorn photos on social media that double as delicious works of art.
Case in point: avocado roses.
That’s right. If you thought mashing some avocado on your toast looked pretty damn impressive, you might want to brace yourself.
Apparently, avocado roses are the newest culinary craze taking over the Internet.
Now, tons of people are getting in on the tasty trend by transforming your favorite green fruit into stunning flower-shaped snacks, and I must say, these artful eats look pretty damn awesome, to say the least.
So, how exactly does one make an avocado rose?
While these mouthwatering masterpieces look pretty complicated at first glance, you’ll be glad to know they’re actually pretty simple to make.
All you have to do is cut an avocado in half and remove the skin. Then place the halves face down, thinly slice them and use your hands to carefully fan out the pieces, making sure you curl the ends toward the center to achieve the perfect roseshape.
Check out the pictures below to see this tasty new Instagram trend.
If you’re looking for a way to take your food porn pics to the next level…
…look no further.
There’s a delicious new trend taking over Instagram…
And now tons of food bloggers are taking your beloved avocados…
…and turning them into mesmerizing roses.
While these artsy eats maylook incrediblycomplicated…
…they’re actually not that hard to make.
All you have to do is cut an avocado in half and remove the skin.
Then, place your avocadohalves face down and thinly slice the entire things.
Next,use your hands to delicately fan out the overlapping slices and curl the ends toward the center…
…andwithin no time, you’ll have one seriously impressiverose-shaped avocado snack.
Apparently, most food bloggers recommend using a firm avocado that is slightly under ripe…
…and sprinkling some lemon juice over the finished product tokeep your gorgeous green roses from turning brown.
Once you takea bite out of these beautiful blooms…
…you’ll never go back to eating boring old mashed avocado on your toast.