So the latest fad is unicorn food. But instead of all that artificial colouring, flavourings, sugar and weird stuff, you can actually make unicorn food that is healthy!
I reckon these recipes would be awesome for a kids’ party or to get the kids excited about cooking at home. Who doesn’t love a little sparkle and magic in their life?
Check out these awesome recipes to get your creative juices flowing.
PS No unicorns were harmed in the making of this unicorn food.
Healthy Unicorn Food
I have to say, this smoothy using dragonfruit and spirulina looks so much more appealing than the Starbucks version.
This looks amazing! The nice-cream uses whipped coconut cream and fruit but you could use frozen banana for the base as well.
A little more subtle but still so pretty, these vegan bars use edible flowers and blue algae powder!
So easy to make, just add fruit to yoghurt. For your sprinkles, choose a natural brand like Hoppers to add sparkly fun without the nasty additives.
Despite these noodles looking like they are coloured with something fake, it’s actually just cabbage and lemon juice. Cool!
A sweet dip for fruit, this dip is based on cream cheese and yoghurt with some healthy additions.
Not a drop of coffee in sight, these unicorn lattes are based on cashews!
Using yoghurt, cream cheese and natural colourings, this cheesecake is actually quite easy to make.
These gluten free, vegan donuts are baked in the oven and topped with naturally coloured whipped coconut cream. Delicious!
How gorgeous is this paleo unicorn cake from The Cosmopolitan Hippy? It’s got different coloured layers and a healthier marshmallow icing.
and another Unicorn Cake!
Lisa from Mummy Made It has this gorgeous recipe featuring vanilla cake and fruit curds with a whipped coconut icing. Yum.
Try making your own healthy unicorn food! Here are some things that can help add that magical sparkle to your creations.
Would you try any of these healthy unicorn food recipes? Or is it all too much?? 😀