For the unicorn purists, the requisite colors of the rainbow are made possible with Fruity Pepples… which also have magical powers before they get soggy in milk. True story.
Unicorns defecate rainbows… We know this to be fact. However, not much thought has ever been given to what a unicorn’s vomit might look like. Until now.
Unicorn Barf is brought to us by Instructables member, Danger is my middle name. The simple recipe takes inspiration from Rice Krispies Treats — forgoing any annoying cereal, and making gooey squares from nothing but colorful Lucky Charms marbits.
So, there you have it… Unicorns are capable of providing rainbows from every orifice. And, something tells us that after a few blocks of Unicorn Barf, you’ll be expelling some rainbows too. The magically delicious recipe can be found here.
Unicorns may or may not exist. But one thing that cannot be disputed, is that they defecate rainbows. The Unicorn Sprinkles Shaker is here to help perpetuate this fact, by conveniently storing and distributing colorful sprinkles over anything that needs some unicorn magic.
Sure, you could fill your Unicorn Sprinkles Shaker with chocolate sprinkles, but that just wouldn’t be realistic.
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The attention to detail is rather impressive. Considering that an actual unicorn, from what we’re led to believe, would also be filled with delicious rainbows. So they pretty much nailed it.
The delicious uni was only part of entire landscape created for Baketopia in London — since eaten.
Here in ‘merica, cats are nothing more than a poor substitution for a dog. In Japan, when placed atop a bed of sushi rice, cats become Neko-Sushi — a majestic creature akin to a unicorn. Still, dogs rule.