This Dad is Amazing! Check out the Toast Sculptures He Made for his Daughter with Severe Food Allergies

posted: 03/06/17
by: Amanda Mushro

Having the same thing for breakfast every single day can get boring really fast. However, if you're a kid with severe food allergies, the list of foods that are safe to eat can be limited. So to beat breakfast boredom, one super dad is turning bland toast into fantastic sculptures that make a lackluster breakfast into a masterpiece.

Adam Perry's ten-year-old daughter Scarlett has a long list of severe allergies that includes dairy, eggs, and nuts. So mealtime can be difficult when there are only a few foods that are deemed safe. Every morning, Scarlett mostly eats toast because she's fearful of trying many new foods due past food reactions that have led to hospital stays.

Instead of letting breakfast get boring, her dad started creating amazing sculptures only using two slices of toast. He's been documenting his breakfast art on his Instagram account 2SlicesofToast and people are loving his creations. Perry said to make the more than 300 sculptures, he sometimes uses soy butter or syrup as "glue."

My kids get excited when I make a smiley face out of their eggs and bacon. But this ballerina toast masterpiece puts my smiley breakfast to shame!

"I started playing with toast to get her excited about her breakfast again and to make both the girls laugh when they came down to eat," Perry told ABC. He even takes requests from parents whose kids also have food allergies, like this T-Rex.

This giraffe is so beautiful, I'm not sure I would want anyone to eat it!

Here's a toast sculpture to flip over!

Perry said he is thrilled by the outpouring of support and that he can make his daughter smile every day.