A mum burst out laughing after finding "Baby Yoda" appearing in front of her from her dinner of sausage, mash and Yorkshire puddings.
Jade Etherington was stunned to see what looked like the Star Wars character staring back at her.
The 29-year-old broke into pearls of laughter after noticing Baby Yoda stand on top of her plate as she was about to dig in.
She noticed its ears and made from Yorkshire puddings and sausage legs.
After taking a quick snap of her doppelganger dinner, factory worker Jade wolfed down the "delicious" meal chef partner David Etherington made despite admitting it was "almost" too cute to eat.
Jade, from Darlington, County Durham, said: "David had cooked a nice winter warmer of mash, gravy, two Yorkshire puddings and two sausages.
"He put my portion on the side in the kitchen and when I went over to get it I said 'oh my god, it looks like it's got little eyes, nose and feet'.
"It had a Yorkshire pudding head, ears and arms as well, the sausages are like the feet.
"For some reason when he put the gravy on top of the Yorkshire pudding it wilted and it looked like it had ears.
"Obviously he didn't intend to make it look like that at all, it just happened.
"At first I thought it looked like Gizmo from Gremlins, but when I shared it online everyone else said it looked like Baby Yoda and now I can't unsee it."
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The Child, colloquially known as Baby Yoda, is a character from the Star Wars Disney Plus TV series The Mandalorian.
He's an infant member of the same unnamed alien species as Star Wars character Yoda, shares a strong ability in 'the Force' and wears similar robes.
Skilled cook David, 29, had rustled up the winter warmer for a mid-week meal and served it with a glass of red wine.
Jade, who is mum to two-year-old Bella Etherington, said: "Having a chef as a partner means I get good meals every day, which is great.
"We noticed the likeness together at the same time and were both laughing about it. His portion didn't look like it, just mine.
"I took a picture of it because it looked funny and wanted to show people what it turned out to be.
"It almost seemed a shame to eat it as it looked so cute, it tasted delicious.
"He's not rustled up anything else that looks like something else, it was just a one-off."
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