Incredible Videos Of People Making Mini Meals Are Weirdly Mesmerizing

I'm not really sure why this is, but for some reason, mini things are always better.

This rule basically applies to everything, whether it's doughnut holes, mini horses or your very own cooking show on the Internet.

Yep, apparently cooking mini versions of all your favorite recipes is all the rage in Malaysia right now.

In fact, this phenomenon has become so popular, there's even a YouTube Channel called Miniature Space that's dedicated to all sorts of pint-sized cooking clips.

At first, I couldn't figure out what was more strange, the fact that people are filming themselves as they cook hamster-sized meals or the fact that all these videos have millions of hits.

But after a few minutes of watching these things, I quickly realized what the hype was all about.

Aside from being downright adorable, these tiny cooking tutorials are extremely hypnotizing and, once you see a stack of penny-sized pancakes cooked on a teensy stove, you won't be able to stop yourself from watching every one of these videos you can find.

Seriously, these things might be more addictive than Netflix.

Apparently making mini-sized meals is now a thing...

...and tiny cooking has become so popular, it even has its very own YouTube channel.

It's not hard to see why people are getting hooked on these teensy cooking tutorials.

They're extremely fascinating, not to mention, quite possibly the cutest things that have ever happened in the history of cooking.

Just look at these teeny-weeny potato wedges sizzling on a stove...

...and this mini miso soup.

A peewee-sized fruit parfait? Yes, please.

That itty-bitty breakfast looks egg-cellent.

Nothing can top this tiny sushi tutorial.

Except, of course, another video showing you how to make the world's smallest sashimi.

I think I might just drop dead from an overdose of adorableness.

Citations: Mini Cooking Videos are Too Addictive (hitz fm)