Wow. Google has an entire section all about unicorn poop cookies. You’ll find no unicorn poop in this roundup. No rainbows, either. (Though if you want to see lots of rainbow food ideas, click HERE.) Nope. These are all foods that look like actual unicorns. My daughter is 8 and her unicorn obsession is still going strong. I’m hoping it goes for a few more years.
To make unicorn marshmallows, skewer a marshmallow with a lollipop or party straw. Use edible writers to draw on the marshmallow.
I made these unicorn cookie pops for my daughter’s birthday years ago.
Make a healthy unicorn yogurt snack at @HawthorneFamilyEats.
These adorable unicorn cookies from Miss Blueberrymuffin’s Kitchen look easy to make.
Make a simple unicorn cake at Parents.
Or try this unicorn cake at Parenting.
Make a healthy fruit and veggie unicorn at Kix Cereal.
Watch and learn how to make unicorn cake pops at My Cupcake Addiction.
Find detailed instructions on decorating these winged unicorn cookies at Sweet Ambs.
You can also step up your game with how-tos to make these gorgeous unicorn cookies at Bubble and Sweet.