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One British father is vying hard for his Father of the Year award with these amazing toast sculptures he’s been putting together for his daughter.

10-year-old Scarlett Perry has, unfortunately, been hospitalized several times due to allergic reactions to a handful of foods including nuts, dairy and eggs. Because of her severe allergies, young Scarlett prefers just two pieces of white bread a day for breakfast.

But her father, Adam Perry, was determined to keep breakfast fun. Which is why he began designing wildly intricate toast sculptures for his little girl, which you can check out on his Instagram account (@2slicesoftoast). And we’re not talking 2-D pieces of toast cut into shapes, but full-on, almost-too-good-to-eat 3D sculptures.

The crafty dad doesn’t need much to make his art, just white bread that he toasts to varying degrees in order to change the colour and texture of the bread, plus some soy butter and a bit of syrup, which acts as glue. He then uses a sharp scalpel to make quite impressive cuts, and when complete, plates them.

It seems he’s taking requests, too. One Instagram user wanted to see a toast sculpture gymnast, and poof, there it was!

The man has talent, don’t even try denying it! Perry has whittled over 300 of the little bread figurines, including a dentist chair (because the family was headed there that day). And our dad wouldn’t even cut the crusts off of our toast.

A rooster for Chinese New Year:

A rocking horse that actually looks like it can move back and forth:

And one of our personal favourites, a frying pan with two pieces of meat… well, bread meat:

This whole thing has our hearts feeling warm and full. Thanks for breakfast, Dad.