When I get into something, I really get into it. Two years ago, it was marble. I decked out my kitchen in small marble accessories, carried my phone in a typical faux-marble hardcase, gawked at any marble countertop. It was chaos (or so Joe thought), but I simply couldn’t resist.
And so, ladies and gents, I have decided to kick off my month-long birthday celebration with no other than a unicorn-themed blog post. I don’t know if it’s the pastels, the rainbows, the glitter, or the fact that I’m a new mom… but I am completely infatuated.
As a recipe developer, this new “obsession” couldn’t be more perfect. My mind is bursting with ideas and I can’t wait to share some of them with you.
Scrolling through Pinterest (psst: follow me here!), I am sure you’ve seen countless versions of unicorn poop, unicorn toast, etc. In fear of missing out, I’ve got to hop on-board. Here’s my take on the oh-so-popular (and the oh-so-magical): unicorn toast.
…breakfast couldn’t get any sweeter!
How to Make Fabulous Unicorn Toast
4 oz. (approx. 1/4 cup) cream cheese, softened
2 tsp sugar
2 gel food colourings of your choice (I chose red and yellow)
3 small bowls
1 English muffin, toasted
In one of your bowls, mix together your cream cheese and sugar. Once combined, divide the mixture into all three bowls and give each one a different colour. (In our case, we left one white, the other pink and the other, yellow.)
Apply separate dollops on your toast and with a butter knife, spread and blend (but don’t mix) the colours.
Apply sprinkles as desired and enjoy the magic.