15 Unicorn-Inspired Treats That Look Absolutely Magical

It’s safe to say that 2016 was the year of the unicorn. This year, we satisfied our inner magical beings with everything from unicorn-inspired beauty products to unicorn coffee mugs. Now, it seems, the fantastical infusion of rainbow unicorn magic has finally reached the world of food and drinks.

Suddenly, everyone is throwing unicorn-themed parties and dreaming up insanely amazing unicorn snacks and desserts. Sprinkles, glitter, and pastel-colored marshmallows are all over everything, and honestly, it’s kind of a dream come true.

If you’re hosting a unicorn-themed soirée, or even if you just want everything you consume to look like you found it at the end of a rainbow, here are 15 unicorn-inspired treats that look almost too good to be true.

1. Unicorn hot chocolate

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Joanna Czikalla, the owner of Créme and Sugar in Anaheim, California, makes this magical treat with white hot chocolate (which she dyes pink, of course), an assortment of rainbow sprinkles and edible pearls, and an array of colorful marshmallows.

Get the recipe HERE

2. Unicorn bark

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This dreamy white chocolate bark is studded with edible rainbow pearls and enough rainbow sprinkles thrill you from horn to toe.

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3. Unicorn ice cream

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Is “orgasmic” a word we use to describe food? Because this glittery rainbow vanilla ice cream is giving me feelings.

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4. “Unicorn poop” meringues

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They might have “poop” in the name, but there’s nothing shitty about these colorful meringue cookie swirls.

Get the recipe HERE

5. Unicorn milkshake

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This strawberry milkshake is topped with glittery rainbow bark, rock candy, and sprinkles to get you sugar drunk enough to fall right off your unicorn.

Get the recipe HERE

6. Rainbow sprinkle marshmallow sandwiches

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Marshmallow puffs and colorful sprinkles make these chocolate graham cracker sandwiches look almost too good to eat. But, let’s not get ridiculous—they’re totally getting devoured.

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7. Rainbow fudge

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These bite-sized rainbow fudge squares are perfect addition to a unicorn-themed girl’s night food spread.

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8. Unicorn poop truffles

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Easy no-bake rainbow cake balls dipped in white icing and adorable rainbow sprinkles.

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9. Rainbow unicorn poptarts

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Rainbow marbled poptarts, filled with strawberry preserves and magic.

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10. Unicorn cake in a jar

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A little rainbow cake, topped with purple icing and an edible fondant unicorn horn. It’s basically all of your unicorn fantasies in one tiny jar.

Get the recipe HERE

11. Unicorn party snack mix

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Marshmallows, sprinkles, and salted Bugles, covered in a sugary white chocolate glaze for a snack that incorporates all the unicorn food groups.

Get the recipe HERE

12. Unicorn donuts

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Whimsical cake donuts dipped in white icing, with fondant horns and little icing flowers. They look so elegant, but they’re actually really easy to make.

Get the recipe HERE

13. Rainbow unicorn cupcakes

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This glittery marshmallow creme icing is the closest you can get to eating an actual rainbow.

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14. Rainbow cotton candy smores

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Gooey marshmallow smores with puffy clouds of cotton candy straight out of our unicorn fantasies.

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15. Unicorn ice cream cake

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If unicorns had birthdays, this ice cream cake with rainbow sprinkles and edible gold stars is what they’d eat for dessert.

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