You may be thinking to yourself, did I just read that right? You’re totally right! These Unicorn Poop Cookies look exactly what they are supposed to look like, which is unicorn poop. Unicorns are whimsical and fun with magical colors…think rainbows and glitter! Woohoo, love these for parties or when the kids have friends over. They are a light and airy treat!
This is going to be a popular kid’s recipe, I can just feel it. Kids love anything that has to do with unicorns. Can you imagine how much fun this would be for your kids? This recipe is so much fun to make, it’s the perfect cookie to bring to any party.
There are so many good cookie recipes to make but nothing quite like these.
FYI – If you have a Unicorn lover be sure to check out these two Unicorn Watercolor Art Free Printables! So cute!
I think this is a great recipe to make with kids because it helps encourage creativity. How many times in life do you get to make a cookie with so many colors? I know the recipe name is goofy, but really these cookies are amazing.
Summertime is here. You’re going to have lots of extra time to spend with the kids. I encourage you to spend some time in the kitchen cooking up these Unicorn Poop Cookies. Of course, feel free to cook some other stuff, one cannot live off Unicorn Poop Cookies alone – haha!
Meringue Unicorn Poop Cookies
4 egg whites
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
1/2 C sugar
2/3 C powder sugar
1 TBSP vanilla extract
Purple, pink and blue gel coloring
Preheat the oven to 225 degrees.
In a standing mixer, add in the egg whites and cream of tartar.
Mix on medium speed until soft peaks form and then increase to faster speed.
Alternating between the sugar and powder sugar, add in 1 Tablespoon at a time until stiff peaks form.
Add in the vanilla and mix until combined.
Split batter into 5 bowls.
Add blue to one bowl.
Add pink to the second one.
Add orange into the third one.
Add yellow into the fourth one.
Leave the fifth bowl white.
Using a pastry bag with a round tip, scope some blue meringue on 1/4 of the bag.
Add the pink meringue to another 1/4 of the bag.
Add the orange to the bag.
Add the yellow and then the white.
Pipe on the meringues onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Bake for 1 and 30 minutes hour.