B.Inspired Art

Art by Rebecca Barkley

Magical Rainbow Unicorn Chocolate

It’s magical.. it’s rainbow.. it’s unicorn chocolate.

Yeah, you read that right.

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Oh my goddess this stuff is super easy to make and you can totally twist the recipe to create anything you wish. Choose your own colours, flavours, sprinkles, dried fruit, nuts, go crazy!

I found this recipe by the delightfuly creative and quirky Katherine Sabbath on her instagram account. She’s the Queen of colourful treats. If you’re not following her you soon will be, check out her amazing talent right here.

For my version of this recipe I used:

  • 700g White chocolate melts (divided into 4 microwave safe containers)
  • Pink and blue food dye
  • Rainbow pearls
  • Sugar strands
  • Rainbow crackling candy

(You can find Katherine’s original recipe here.)

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Line a tray with baking paper to start with and prepare all your toppings so they’re ready to go.

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Melt the chocolate in short bursts in the microwave. I put mine in for about 15 seconds and stirred until completely melted. Add a few drops of food dye at a time. I used pink, blue, then both to make purple and left one container without dye.

Pour melted chocolate onto the tray and swirl using a skewer. I wasn’t able to take pictures because the chocolate was already beginning to thicken so I had to work quickly! Sprinkle on your toppings and put in the fridge to set.

 

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Once it’s ready just break it up into large pieces! I put these into lolly bags for a birthday party but they also make amazing cake decorations!

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2 comments on “Magical Rainbow Unicorn Chocolate

  1. PaperPuff
    March 27, 2017

    Love this idea! Thanks for sharing.

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