"I used a variety of blue green algae powders and liquids mixed with almond milk cream cheese to create this ocean inspired toast," Adeline revealed on Instagram.
Adeline - who also began the viral "rainbow toast" trend - was quick to point out it wasn't meant to be an everyday time-saving meal, rather a fun way to experiment.
"Let me just put this out there: I am just having fun!" she wrote. "I am a food stylist and I like to create beautiful things using food- I've never claimed to be starting a trend or a putting out a new recipe that is super practical- it's 100% impractical, I just like to play around in the kitchen and attempt to create something aesthetically pleasing and unique from time to time. Also, I don't know about you, but with everything going on in the world today, sometimes I just want to look at some colorful food. Okay- rant over, phew."
We don't really understand what all the backlash is about, to be honest. It's just a pretty sandwich with a whimsical name and it's going to make our Instagram pop which, at the end of the day, is all that matters in life, right?