7 Magical Unicorn Treats You Need in Your Life

June 15th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

Thinking of throwing a unicorn birthday party for someone special or requesting one for yourself? Even if it’s not your birthday, who needs a reason to throw a unicorn party?  The increasingly popular party theme is too cute to miss out on. Here’s a couple unicorn cake ideas and other treats to spark your creativity.

                                 Unicorn Cake Topper

Our very own Emily Easterly from the decorating room created this adorable unicorn cake topper. Learn how to make the unicorn topper and the cake it rode in on.

THE INSIDE SCOOP: Make matching treats, including: candy dipped pretzels, rainbow cupcakes and meringue cookies.

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                      this rainbow unicorn cake

THE INSIDE SCOOP: Make this rainbow cake using the Easy Layers Cake Pan Set and Color Right Performance Food Color Set.

















                                         Unicorn cookie pops

THE INSIDE SCOOP: You’ll want to use 6 in. or 8 in. Lollipop Sticks for this project because they’re big enough to hold the cookies.



                            Unicorn poop cookies

“Unicorn poop” or rainbow cookies are becoming increasingly popular. These Unicorn Poop Cookies are featured in The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook by Rosanna Pansino.

THE INSIDE SCOOP: Check out our version and learn how to make unicorn poop cookies.

                                          Unicorn cookies

THE INSIDE SCOOP: You’ll need royal icing to make these cookies. Get the recipe.

Want a little extra help? Watch our video on how to make royal icing.


                                     Unicorn bark

THE INSIDE SCOOP: Like the unicorn bark? You’ll love our Tie Dye Candy Bark topped with Trix! Making swirled rainbow bark is easy with microwaveable Candy Melts Candy. And, don’t forget to have fun with the sprinkles.

Mix and match a bunch to make your own unique blend. You know your inner kidult can’t wait to make (and eat!) this fun candy bark.

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                              Unicorn cake pops

THE INSIDE SCOOP: If you want to get this done a teensy bit quicker, try using our Edible Ink FoodWriter Markers to draw on the face.

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So what will it be a unicorn cake, cake pops or cookies? Which unicorn treat is your favorite?

Comment below to vote!


Desiree Smith Desiree is the Public Relations Manager at Wilton. She spends her days monitoring media opportunities, working with newspaper, magazine and television contacts, collaborating with bloggers and handling a variety of other odds and ends. Desiree has a degree in journalism and experience writing for newspapers and television. Outside of Wilton, she enjoys running and planning outings with friends.

One Reply

  1. Denise says:

    There is a video I found on Pinterest for “how to make a unicorn cake”. I Would love to make this for my granddaughter’s birthday and I am wondering if there is a step by step recipe other than trying to follow the video and make the cake at the same time. It is the live facebook/wilton video

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