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It is a universal law that chocolate chips make everything better. Pumpkin bread? Better with chocolate chips. Banana bread? Better with chocolate chips. Pancakes? Better with chocolate chips. Chocolate chip cookies? Better with even MORE chocolate chips.
But now, chocolate chips are facing some stiff competition. Nestle’s Toll House Unicorn Pink & Blue Swirled Vanilla Morsels are about to become your new go-to baking hack whenever you want to take your recipes to the next level.
Made with real vanilla, these Unicorn Morsels contain a beautiful swirl of pink and blue, making them as visually appealing as they are delicious. PopSugar reports that Unicorn Morsels are currently being carried at Walmart, Kroger, Publix, Target and other select regional grocery chains, and the suggested retail price is $3.19 for a 10-ounce bag.
You can add a cup of these to any of your favorite recipes, whether you are whipping up cookies, cupcakes or even brownies.
Or try Nestle’s recipe for “Unicorn Magic” sugar cookies from the recipe on the back (pictured below). Made with simple ingredients like butter, sugar, and eggs, these delicious sugar cookies mix up quickly, and then the dough is chilled. After they are chilled, you can easily roll them out and cut them into shapes you desire.
It goes without saying that Unicorn Cookie Cutters would be ingenious here. You can find a set of seven unicorn cookie cutter shapes for $9.99 on Amazon.
If you don’t want to go overboard with the unicorn theme, you can also try other shapes like hearts, stars and dinosaurs. Or simply use a glass to cut them into circles. The addition of the Unicorn Morsels ensures that these cookies will be gorgeous no matter what shapes you choose!
These morsels are also a time-saving way to whip up fun recipes like Unicorn Poop Bark in your kitchen. Instead of adding food coloring to melted white chocolate wafers, you already have baking morsels that are the perfect hue for these quirky recipes that kids love! Find the recipe for Unicorn Poop Bark on Princess Pinky Girl.
Or what about using them to top unicorn-inspired milkshakes? We think that would be magically delicious.
Or perhaps combine them with food coloring and sweet cream cheese. Put them on toast or pancakes to add color and flavor! They’ll definitely taste better than just sprinkles alone.
You could also try mixing these with Pillsbury’s new Funfetti Strawberry Cake & Cupcake Mix and Unicorn Funfetti Vanilla Frosting, if you want even more unicorn-themed goodness! You may have to wait until September, though, because that’s when these cute products come to stores nationwide.
And, don’t worry: Nestle promises that no unicorns were harmed in the making of these morsels.