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This Miniature Banana Has A GIANT Secret!

by Julie Roberts
Julie lives in greater New York with her husband and dog. Cooking, gardening, traveling, and being as active as possible are some of her favorite hobbies. She is not a big fan of TV - except maybe The Food Network.

One look at some of the food on this list, and guaranteed you’ll start feeling very, very hungry. The only problem?

These scrumptious dishes are no longer than the pad of your forefinger. What’s more, they aren’t actually food. They’re SCULPTURES!

Miniature food is quickly becoming a popular hobby. Our obsession with all things TINY only seems to grow – we’ve got tiny houses and tiny dogs. The list goes on.

People from all over have become very adept at creating delicious food no bigger than a penny, and by the looks of some of these examples, not only is this a legitimate art form, it’s the kind of thing that takes years to perfect!

Take a look at some of the tiny food below, and tell us it doesn’t make you excited to whip something up in the kitchen (or with clay)!

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All you need to go along with these twinkles and Hostess cupcakes is a glass of milk, right? Wrong. They were created using only polymer clay! (Not even milk is gonna help wash that stuff down!)

All you need to go along with these twinkles and Hostess cupcakes is a glass of milk, right? Wrong. They were created using only polymer clay! (Not even milk is gonna help wash that stuff down!)
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The matchstick on the far left of the table puts this Saturday breakfast into perspective.

The matchstick on the far left of the table puts this Saturday breakfast into perspective.

Anyone else feel like BBQ right now?

Anyone else feel like BBQ right now?
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Artist Shay Aaron has been making miniature food for years using only a few simple tools and clay.

Artist Shay Aaron has been making miniature food for years using only a few simple tools and clay.

Sometimes a little bit of paint is used to add shading.

Sometimes a little bit of paint is used to add shading.

Many people buy miniature food by Aaron for lavish dollhouse displays.

Many people buy miniature food by Aaron for lavish dollhouse displays.

Sushi goes small.

Sushi goes small.
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Aaron uses a small sculpting tool roughly the size of a needle to create texture.

Aaron uses a small sculpting tool roughly the size of a needle to create texture.

Artist Stephanie Kilgast has gained international fame because of her tiny masterpieces.

Artist Stephanie Kilgast has gained international fame because of her tiny masterpieces.

Kilgast creates entire tiny tableaus.

Kilgast creates entire tiny tableaus.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!
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Who wants to lick the spoon?

Who wants to lick the spoon?
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Valentina Manzo is also known for her creative displays, such as this Halloween one!

Valentina Manzo is also known for her creative displays, such as this Halloween one!

Tiny food artists pride themselves on creating the most life-like texture possible.

Tiny food artists pride themselves on creating the most life-like texture possible.

Dollhouses dining is certainly not what it used to be!

Dollhouses dining is certainly not what it used to be!

Creations like this lifelike pie can sell for $40 to $60 online.

Creations like this lifelike pie can sell for $40 to $60 online.

There are even Miniature Festivals where enthusiasts and artists can meet.

There are even Miniature Festivals where enthusiasts and artists can meet.

If you can dream it, someone can create it!

If you can dream it, someone can create it!

Impressed? Please SHARE these tiny delicacies with all of your friends!!

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