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Pink Chocolate Unicorn Poop – A No-Bake Recipe Kids Love

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Birthday party? Unicorn-themed activity? Just for fun? Try these Pink Chocolate Unicorn Poop Treats!

We have fallen in love with the children’s book I Turned My Mom Into a Unicorn! by Brenda Li which we just reviewed on Instagram, and were inspired to make these super easy and yummy treats to go along with our storytime!

Now, let’s bake these awesome no-bake treats!

Pink Chocolate Unicorn Poop Recipe

Makes about 30 medium sized unicorn poops

Ingredients needed:

  • 5 cups of white chocolate melts
  • 1 cup of pink chocolate melts
  • 3-5 cups of long pretzels, broken up
  • 2.5 cups of salted peanuts

How to Make Pink Chocolate Unicorn Poop - a no-bake recipe kids love! #unicorns #recipes #kidstreats

Directions:

  1. In a double boiler, melt your chocolates until smooth.
  2. Add the pretzels and peanuts into your melted chocolate, and mix until combined.
  3. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, and using a large spoon, drop spoonfuls of the Unicorn Poop mix onto the sheet.
  4. I find that twisting the spoon as you lift up helps the poop rest nicely in a perfect mound.
  5. Allow the unicorn poop to harden and set about 15-30 minutes. No need to place into a freezer, however, you could do so to speed up the hardening process, just be careful not to let them freeze. (I tend to forget about them when I place them in my deep freeze.)
  6. Once hardened, enjoy your Pink Chocolate Unicorn Poop with a glass of milk and a good book. (maybe this one)
  7. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks, or freeze for later.

Pink Chocolate Unicorn Poop - a no-bake recipe kids love!

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Alexandra

 

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