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A foodie has created a mouth-watering breakfast loaf made entirely from an English breakfast and it's what can only be described as a masterpiece.
Steve Devereux filmed himself laying row-upon-row of breakfast favourites inside a bread tin to create the showstopper on Sunday (14 November).
In the clip, the 43-year-old begins by laying down five rashers of bacon before covering them with three slices of toast.
The dad-of-four, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, then places fifteen link sausages before pouring beaten eggs over the top.
He then adds another three slices of toast before adding another layer of chopped up black pudding.
Sliced mushrooms are then placed on top of the creation before another six slices of toast and a final cup of beaten eggs are added.
Well played, Steve.
Steve, who works for a food manufacturer, then places foil over the top of the tin before baking the calorie-packed meal in the oven for half an hour.
The last scene shows the loaf after being taken out of the oven and garnished with seven chipolatas.
Steve posted the video on TikTok on Sunday where it has since been viewed over 365,000 times and attracted over 15,000 likes.
Hundreds of viewers left comments after being impressed by the unique creation and many were salivating at the prospect of creating such a delicious savoury treat for themselves.
Commenting on the breakfast loaf, one said: "That looks delectable."
Another added: "Who told you it was simple, Gordon Ramsay or Jamie Oliver?" And a third commented: "I'm vegan but that looks so good."
Someone else stated: "Honestly that looks like it would slap on a Sunday morning."
Others were quick to ask for substitutes with one writing: "Swap the black pudding for beans and I'm there."
With that trade-off, I'd be out.
Another was already planning on cooking it, saying: "I'm going to make this on Christmas Eve, pop it in the fridge and reheat Christmas morning for breakfast."
Someone who wasn't on board with the whole thing, commented: "Nooo! You can't mess with a fry up!" to which Steve swiftly responded with: "You can and I did."
Steve's TikTok page, Food Made Simple, has amassed over 500,000 followers since being set up in May last year. The videos have received a combined total of 8.9 million likes.