Todd Watts of Yelldesign explained: "We see a lot of designs featuring beautiful still images of food created from various materials. We had never seen a full scale recipe made completely of paper, and used this as our starting point.
"After many lunchtime discussions, we applied our quirky animation style to elevate these everyday recipes into surreal and colourful works of art. The first series of five animations took three months to produce, and included the help of nine designers."
Make sure you watch the full animation below, and enjoy the following selection of stills to see the level of craftsmanship that went into each and every detail of the video. In the meantime, check out www.papermeal.com to see the full project.