Scroll down the page to find this recipe under the mermaid toast. 🙂 The brightly colored smoothies are made with all-natural fruit and are a healthy alternative to a lot of the artificial colorings and sugar found in many unicorn recipes.
These unicorn-shaped cookies are the cookies you deserve. They’re sweet, buttery, and so easy to make, even the icing! The fun part is the decoration, which you can turn into a fun group activity — what color will your unicorn be?
Snow cones are easy to make and customize, so consider including these colorful treats at your next unicorn party. You could even include a make your own station to let your guests create their own colorful concoctions.
Was there anything as fun as cracking through magic shell on ice cream as a kid? This one makes the experience even more magical with a colorful swirly shell and sprinkles.
You can tailor this edible chocolate gift to anyone’s sweet tooth tastes by playing around with colours, toppings and sweets you know they’ll love.
All natural color powders are mixed with coconut milk and vegan white chocolate to create this amazing treat.
There’s a trend for unicorn foods to be super sweet and colored with artificial food colorings, but fruits and veggies of all colors are healthy to eat! Whip up this unicorn frozen yogurt bark with berries, yogurt and coconut.
A healthier version of the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino that even matches the mango and raspberry flavors, but with real fruit and protein powder.
Great for cookies or fruit, these colorful dip full of sprinkles is as delicious as it is pretty to look at.
These savory snacks are made with laughing cow cheese, all natural food colorings, and fruits and veggies that pair well with the cheese.