Unicorn Toast (It’s Magical!)
Yup, we did it. We went there and we have zero regrets. Zero Rag-rats. We hope you give this a try, because it really it satisfying watching this multicoloured creation come together!
Honestly though, what could possibly be better than rainbows and sprinkles staring back at you from your breakfast plate? Nothing, the answer is nothing. Saved for a slow Saturday, this recipe is so much fun, and if it's a little childish for you, we're sure the kiddies in your life will absolutely love it! Unicorn toast, stupidly easy but so satisfying!
Dried rose petals
Hundreds and thousands
2 slices Spring Wholefoods Bread
100 grams coconut yoghurt
3 teaspoons rice malt syrup
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 teaspoon beetroot powder
1 teaspoon butterfly pea powder
Pop the bread into the toaster and prepare your ingredients.
Divide the coconut yoghurt among 4 small bowls. Add 1 teaspoon of rice malt into each bowl and stir until combined.
Add the beetroot powder into one bowl, the turmeric into the second and the butterfly pea into the last, mixing well to ensure the colour is even.
Once the bread is toasted, allow to cool slightly and then spoon heaped spoons of the coloured yoghurt onto the toast and use a knife to spread.
To create a rainbow effect, gently mix two colours into one another on the toast using a knife.
Continue until you are happy with the colour and shading.
Now for the fun part, decorate the toast with dried rose petals, extra beetroot powder, edible glitter and hundreds and thousands.