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Mums everywhere are set to take back the command “stop playing with your food” once they see Bill and Claire Wurtzel’s new Funny Food book.

Aiming to get fussy-eating kids trying new foods, the book contains comic photos made out of healthy breakfast stuff like fruit, toast and eggs, and is accompanied by 365 step-by-step recipe tutorials to help parents and their offspring recreate the silly-looking meals.

While the book is primarily aimed at fussy children, we think it’s guaranteed to put a smile on the face of a good many adults too!

Funny Food: 365 Healthy, Silly, Creative Breakfasts by Bill and Claire Wurtzel (published by Welcome Enterprises, Inc.) is on sale now.

What do you think? Would funny breakfasts help you to eat healthier? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter or in the comments section below...

Picture credit: Funny Food, by Bill & Claire Wurtzel. © 2012 Welcome Enterprises, Inc., www.funnyfood.us

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